» August 4, 1901: Cincinnati and Pittsburgh players are clocked while running from home plate to 1B. The fastest time for the 90-foot sprint is three seconds flat, by Pirates OF Ginger Beaumont.
» July 12, 1902: Overcoming poor Buc baserunning, Pirates star Jack Chesbro pitches a 5-hit shutout and strikes out 11 Giants to beat Christy Mathewson, 4–0. As noted by Clifford Blau, the Buccos lose five straight runners via baserunning errors. With two outs in the third, Ginger Beaumont is on 2B, with first base empty, and he is put out trying to advance to third on a grounder. In the 4th, Hans Wagner leads off with a triple, but is out at the plate on Kitty Bransfield's grounder to first. Bransfield is then thrown out trying to steal 2B. Claude Ritchey draws a walk, but is picked off first. Jimmy Burke leads off the fifth with a double, but tries to stretch it into a triple, and is tagged out by Matty, covering the bag.
» June 3, 1903: Pirate pitching shuts out the Giants for the 2nd day in a row with Sam Leever applying the whitewash, 5-0. Pittsburgh scores their first run on a double steal, with Claude Ritchey on the front end. Ritchey tallies four hits off Joe McGinnity to pace the offense. Ginger Beaumont adds a HR to deep CF in the 5th inning, the same inning in which 3B coach Christy Mathewson is tossed for kicking dirt on umpire James Johnstone.
» June 5, 1903: The Pirates rack up 17 hits against Boston's Togie Pittinger and pitcher Ed Doheny coasts to a 9-0 victory, Pittsburgh's 4th shutout in a row, setting a new major-league record. Clarke is 5-for-5 and Ginger Beaumont goes 4-for-5, connecting for his 2nd homer in a week. It is an off day for Claude Ritchey, who strikes out three times, makes two errors, and is picked off base. For Pittinger, the 17 hits will help him set a NL record for hits allowed in a season (396). Togie will also lead in losses (22), runs allowed (196), earned runs allowed (136), home runs allowed (12) and walks (143). No pitcher this century will lead in as many negative categories.
» July 16, 1903: Roger Bresnahan, playing center field for the Giants, starts a triple play against the Pirates with the bases loaded. The future Hall of Fame catcher snags a line drive and his throw to home holds the runner at 3B. Catcher John Warner throws to 2B to get the runner advancing and the return home nabs the runner from 3rd. Pittsburgh gets two inside-the park-homers from Ginger Beaumont but New York wins.
» August 21, 1903:
In their 2nd straight doubleheader, the Pirates and Giants again split, with the Bucs taking the opener, 5-0, behind Sam Leever. Christy Mathewson wins the nitecap for New York, 9-5, the 8th time he's whipped Pittsburgh this year. Matty scatters 10 singles and Ginger Beaumont's double.
» October 6, 1903: A travel day and rainout enable Phillippe to pitch and win again 5–4, before 7,600 at Pittsburgh. Boston rallies for three runs in the 9th but it is not enough. Ginger Beaumont and Honus Wagner have three hits, but Honus will manage just .222 for the World Series.
» October 8, 1903: Bill Dinneen evens the Series with a 6–3 win over Pittsburgh's Sam Leever, who was 25–7 during the season. Ginger Beaumont leads the offense with four hits and two steals.
» September 24, 1904:
At the Polo Grounds, Christy Mathewson wins his 32nd, defeating the Pirates, 3-1. Matty allows just four hits-two each to Ginger Beaumont and Tommy Leach-in beating Joe Robitaille.
» December 11, 1906:
In a good trade for Boston (NL), they acquire lefty Patsy Flaherty, 2B Claude Ritchey, and OF Ginger Beaumont from the Pirates for good-fielding 2B Ed Abbaticchio. Abbaticchio will lead the NL in fielding in 1908, but Ritchey will lead in '07, and the other pair will be mainstays.
» February 1, 1910: Chicago (National League) acquires OF Ginger Beaumont from the Boston Braves for OF Fred Liese.