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Tuck Turner from the Chronology
Aug 1, 1897 - Louisville is winning 5-4 with St. Louis at bat in the last of the 9th. After Tuck Turner fouls a pitch out of play substitute umpire Red Donahue gives a new ball to pitcher Herb Cunningham who promptly rolls it in the dirt. Donahue objects and gives him another ball. Five fresh balls are given the same treatment. Umpire Donahue then forfeits the game to St. Louis.
May 14, 1894 - Philadephia's Tuck Turner drives in Ed Delehanty in the 9th to tie New York and sends Delehanty home again in the 11th to give his club a 5-4 win.