»May 26, 1917:
At St. Louis, Red Sox starter Carl Mays is rocked for four runs and lasts just one inning, giving way to Lore Bader, who gives up single runs in the 2nd and 3rd. That's good enough for a victory for Bader, as the Sox score in each of the first five innings on their way to an 11–7 victory. Ernie Shore stanches the scoring over the last six innings, allowing a single Brown run in the 9th. Shore's save goes unnoticed for 50 years until ICI research uncovers his efforts.