» May 26, 1900: At Chicago, the Colts beat the Superbas 1-0 in one hour, 35 minutes. Nixey Callahan tops Frank Kitson.
» September 6, 1900:
The Philadelphia Phillies gang up on Chicago Colts Nixey Callahan, scoring 20 runs on 25 hits, both a Chicago club record. Nixey will have another bad outing on the 11th.
» September 11, 1900: The Giants batter P Nixey Callahan for 23 hits in a 14-3 win over the Chicago Colts. In the 2nd game, a 3-3 tie called because of darkness after nine innings, Chicago rookie C Johnny Kling debuts with 3-for-4 at the plate.
» September 7, 1901: The first-place White Sox dispose of slumping Boston by beating them 4-1 in a Saturday game at South Side Park. Nixey Callahan, enjoying his switch from the North side to the South side, is the victor over Ted Lewis.
» September 25, 1901:
At Boston, Cy Young wins his 33rd, beating the White Stockings, 5-2. Nixey Callahan takes the loss.
» April 23, 1902:
The White Stockings open the season at home by marching in from the outfield accompanied by Thompson's American Band. After unfurling the AL pennant, the Chicagoans then stop the Detroit Blues, 12-2 behind Nixey Callahan.
» September 20, 1902: OF-P James "Nixey" Callahan of the White Stockings pitches a no-hitter against Detroit, winning 3-0.
» May 8, 1903: White Stockings pitcher Nixey Callahan gets five hits for the 3rd time in his career (also June 29, 1897 and May 18, 1902), but the 11-inning loss to the St. Louis Browns is the final game he will pitch in the major leagues. He will play other positions until 1913. Nixey is the only pitcher ever to garner five hits three times.
» June 5, 1904: The White Sox fire manager Nixey Callahan, replacing him Fielder Jones.
» September 6, 1905: After 6th-place Detroit beats the White Sox four times in two days, Chicago turns the tables by whitewashing the Tigers twice today. The Sox win the opener, 2-0, behind Doc White, then Frank "Piano Mover" Smith, who threw two one-hitters earlier in the year, tosses a 15-0 no-hitter in the 2nd game. This is the most lopsided no-hitter in history and also the 2nd time that the Sox have no-hit the Tigers: Jimmy "Nixey" Callahan accomplishing the feat in 1902. Callahan plays LF and bats cleanup in today's gem, collecting two hits. The two wins today keep the Sox four games in back of the leading A's.
» June 30, 1917: Pirates manager Jimmy Callahan is fired after his team goes 20–40. Popular star Honus Wagner is named field manager with Hugo Bezdek to take over the team's business affairs. As his first order of business, Wagner guides to Bucs to a 5–4 win over the Reds, contributing a 2-run double as well.
» April 19, 1998:
The Blue Jays beat the White Sox, 5–4, despite Lou Frazier tying the Sox team record (George Davis and Jimmy Callahan, in 1905) for stolen bases with 4. Interestingly, Frazier is 0-for-3 at the plate. Albert Belle homers for the Sox and Mike Stanley and Ed Sprague go back to back for the Jays in the 4th.