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Toad Ramsey from the Chronology
Jun 28, 1889 - Kansas City (AA) speedster Billy Hamilton hits 3 triples off Guy Hecker in the first game of a doubleheader and adds another triple in game 2 a ML record. Toad Ramsey serves up the nitecap triple. The Cowboys win both games with Louisville 7-3 and 9-3.
Jun 23, 1889 - The Colonels finally win with Farmer Weaver scoring 3 times and Toad Ramsey pitching Louisville defeats St. Louis 7-3.
Jun 17, 1889 - With the pay and fine situations unresolved the Louisville regulars return to the lineup and lose a doubleheader 10-6 and 10-0. Pitcher Toad Ramsey blows a 6-3 lead in the 9th of the opener and the Colonels make 7 errors in the nitecap while managing just one hit. George Goetz is the Baltimore starter in the opener and as noted by David Nemec has the worst offensive performance of any player with a one-game career: 4 strikeouts in 4 at bats. Goetz is deprived of the win when he is lifted in the 10th after his team scores 4 runs.
Jun 9, 1889 - Darby O'Brien leads the way with 6 steals as the Bridegrooms steal 11 bases and win 12-2 over Louisville. The hapless Colonel battery is Toad Ramsey and Paul Cook.
Aug 15, 1888 - After convincing Louisville owner Mordecai Davids onto lift his suspension Colonel lefty Toad Ramsey pitches his first game in 5 weeks. Toad is bombed for 13 runs in less than 2 innings.
Jul 25, 1888 - Toad Ramsey misses the Colonels' getaway train in order to avoid a warrant for his arrest at the railroad station. He is arrested later on the complaint of Louisville saloon owners who charge that Ramsey is overdue paying considerable bar tabs.
Jun 14, 1888 - St. Louis (AA) hurlers Nat Hudson and Tom McCarthy provide the offense as both pitchers hit homers off Toad Ramsey in a 13-7 win over Louisville.
Jun 30, 1887 - Toad Ramsey just misses tying his mark of 9 days ago this time striking out 16 St. Louis Browns batters in an 11-4 won for Louisville. Nat Hudson is the loser.