» August 23, 1907: The Pirates top the Giants 4-2 in 10 innings, then win the 2nd game, 1-0, when Howie Camnitz spins a 5-inning no-hitter. The Bucs score when Ed Abbaticchio singles home Honus Wagner, who had singled and stolen 2B. The Giants also lose Frank Bowerman, hit on the head by a Camnitz pitch. The doctors predict that the burly catcher will miss the season, but he is back in action in three days.
» May 13, 1908: At Pittsburgh, the Pirates knock out Christy Mathewson in the 5th inning and top the Giants, 5-1 behind Howie Camnitz. It is Matty's first loss of the year. The game takes just 85 minutes to complete.
» September 29, 1908:
The Pirates sweep a doubleheader against the Cardinals at Exhibition Park, 7-0 and 6-5. In the opener, Howie Camnitz loses a no hitter in the 9th inning on a single by Champ Osteen. The Bucs win game two leaving them a half-game in back of New York, tied for 2nd with the Cubs.
» October 2, 1908:
The Pirates take over first by a half game by sweeping the Cardinals in St; Louis. Lefty Leifield wins the opener 7–4 and Howie Camnitz wins the nitecap 2–1 on homers by Honus Wagner and George Gibson. Only two points separate New York, Chicago, and Pittsburgh, as each team takes a turn on top during the final week.
» August 22, 1910: At Forbes Field, the Pirates beat up on the new cork-center ball. Three home runs are hit, by Howie Camnitz, Vin Campbell, and Honus Wagner, against the Phillies in the first inning of game two. Camnitz's pop is the only one of his career. Old pro Wagner is 7-for-7, with two homers, during the doubleheader sweep, including three doubles to go with his homer in the nitecap.
» May 30, 1911:
After one day at the top, the Cubs drop to 3rd, as the Pirates sweep a pair from Chicago, winning 1–0 and 4–1. But the first game is protested by Chicago, presumably for batting out of order, and the protest will later be upheld. All the records including Babe Adams 4-hit shutout (he'll still lead the NL with 7) and Honus Wagner's hitless game are tossed. Thanks to the successful protest, Wagner will end the season at a league-leading .334, one point ahead of Dots Miller. In the afternoon contest, Howie Camnitz tops Ed Reulbach, who is drilled for six hits and all four runs in two innings. Wagner has a pair of hits in the nitecap.
» August 26, 1911: Pittsburgh, playing without Honus Wagner, is no match for Christy Mathewson, as the Giants win, 6–2. Tommy Leach, filling in for Wagner at SS, makes three errors behind Howie Camnitz. The Giants announce that for the first 11 playing days at the new Polo Grounds, the average attendance was 23,864.
» September 18, 1911: The Giants beat Pittsburgh 7–2, as the Giants steal eight bases with Larry Doyle swiping home twice. New York ties a ML mark with the three steals. Christy Mathewson is the winner on a 4-hitter over Howie Camnitz, increasing the Giants lead to five games.
» July 8, 1912:
In Pittsburgh, the Phillies top the Pirates, 5–1, ending Howie Camnitz's win streak of 7. Grover Cleveland Alexander is the victor.
» July 17, 1912: In Pittsburgh, the Giants beat the Pirates' Howie Camnitz, 10–2. Christy Mathewson allows seven hits in the win.
» August 22, 1912: Before a sellout crowd of 27,000 at Forbes Field, the Pirates sweep two from the Giants, winning 3–2 and 8–6. Howie Camnitz outpitches Christy Mathewson in the opener, and Rube Marquard taking the loss in the nitecap. The Bucs are led by Honus Wagner who goes 3-for-4 in the first game, and hits for the cycle in the nitecap. Honus' seven hits total 14 bases, he scores five runs, drives in four and swipes two bases. Wagner will hit seven homers this season, with three coming off Rube.
» April 15, 1913: At Chicago, pinch runner Wilbur Good swipes home in the 10th inning to give the Cubs a 5–4 win over Pittsburgh. Larry Cheney
takes the victory against Howie Camnitz.