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FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY
»June 29, 1912:
At Fenway, the Red Sox sweep two from the Yankees, winning 13–6 and 6–0. Smoky Joe Wood wins the nitecap, his 2nd shutout in a row, allowing just one hit, in winning 6–0 in seven innings. Dutch Sterrett's single is the lone hit. In the nitecap, Hick Cady makes two hits in one at bat. His single scores Jake Stahl from 3B, but umpire Silk O'Loughlin rules that Stahl was balked home. In Cady's 2nd chance, he doubles.
»July 7, 1919:
In the first game of a doubleheader against the Giants, the Phillies steal eight bases in the ninth but lose 10-5. Fred Luderus, Eddie Sicking, Hick Cady, and Gavvy Cravath each have two thefts.