» July 1, 1906: Righthander Jack Taylor, 8-9 with the St. Louis Cardinals, returns to the Cubs in exchange for 2nd-string C Pete Noonan, rookie P Fred Beebe, and cash. New Chicago owner Murphy is not as apoplectic on the subject of Taylor as his predecessor Hart, and the acquisition denies the Giants of Taylor's services. Taylor will help the Cubs by going 12-3 the rest of the year.
» September 28, 1906: At New York, the Giants pepper Fred Beebe while Christy Mathewson coasts to an 8-1 lead. With the game in hand, Christy leaves after eight innings, and his brother Henry makes his ML debut. Henry Mathewson allows an unearned run in the 9th and the Giants win, 8-2.
» May 17, 1907:
At the Polo Grounds, the Giants sweep two from the Cards by the scores of 2-1 and 4-0. Christy Mathewson wins the opener, allowing just three hits in 12 innings, while striking out 11. Matty's single in the bottom of the 12th off Fred Beebe provides the winning score. Joe McGinnity's shutout in the nitecap is New York's 16th victory in a row.
» August 7, 1909: In St. Louis, the Giants shell Fred Beebe for six hits and four runs in the first inning, and Christy Mathewson coasts to a 7-1 win.
» September 22, 1909:
At Robison Field, the Cardinals collect 12 hits off Christy Mathewson, but still lose to the Giants, 4-3. Fred Beebe takes the loss. It is Beebe's 14th straight loss to the Giants, establishing a major-league record that'll be tied in the 20th century by seven pitchers.
» April 14, 1910:
Reds pitcher Fred Beebe fires a 3-hitter in stopping the Cubs, 1–0, in 10 innings. Wildfire Schulte has all three Chicago hits. Beebe was acquired in February from the Cards, along with Alan Storke, for Miller Huggins, Rebel Oakes, and Frank Corridon.
» May 4, 1910: President Taft takes in two games starting with the Reds and the Cardinals at Robison Field in St. Louis. The Cards score five in the 1st as Reds pitchers Fred Beebe, Walt Slagle (in his only ML appearance) and Harry Coveleski will eventually walk a record 16 in the 12–3 loss. The Cards walk seven to total a record 23. Taft doesn't stick around. He leaves for Sportsman's Park in hopes of seeing some good baseball and is rewarded by a 3–3, 14-inning battle between the Browns' Joe Lake and the Naps' Cy Young that ends in darkness. There will be a record 19 ties in the AL this year.