» August 29, 1909: The Pirates trade 3B Jap Barbeau, 2B Al Storke, and cash to the Cardinals for 3B Bobby Byrne.
» August 25, 1910: In the 12th inning at Brooklyn, Pittsburgh's Bobby Byrne doubles, steals 3B, and then steals home to beat Brooklyn, 4–3. This is the NL's 1st 20th Century's extra inning steal of home.
» April 12, 1911:
The Reds suffer their worst Opening Day ever, losing to the Pirates, 14–0. Babe Adams tops Art Fromme. The Bucs 17-hit attack is led by Wagner, with three hits, Dot Miller with four hits and Bobby Byrne with five hits and five RBIs. Reds reliever Jesse Tannehill, pitching his first NL game since jumping the Pirates ship in 1902, gives up six hits and walks three in 4+ IP. The shock is so great that Tannehill retires after this game.
» June 10, 1911: At Pittsburgh, the Bucs Bobby Byrne steals 2B, 3B, and home in the same inning against Brooklyn. His swipe of 2B is on the back end of a double steal with Fred Clarke scoring on a contested play. When Brooklyn C Bill Bergen argues the call with Bill Klem, Byrne sneaks to 3B. After Dots Miller walks, the two pull of a double steal. Up 8–0 in the 8th, Pittsburgh tries a triple steal, and scores a run on a throwing error. But (as noted by Retrosheet) no steals are handed out on the play.
» July 12, 1911:
At Pittsburgh, the Giants win 4–3 behind Rube Marquard's pitching. Rube strikes out the side in the 2nd and 3rd innings, setting down Dots Miller, Newt Hunter, and Owen Wilson, then blowing by pitcher Elmer Steele, Bobby Byrne and Tommy Leach in the 3rd frame.