» May 17, 1909:
Red Sox catcher Bill Carrigan and Detroit infielder George Moriarty earn a suspension by AL Prexy Ban Johnson for their fight in a game in Detroit.
» May 6, 1911: The Yankees top the Red Sox, 6–3, and turn their first ever triple play as well. It happens in the 9th inning with Russ Ford on the mound when Bill Carrigan lines into a game ending triple play.
» July 15, 1913:
Jake Stahl, hobbled by a foot injury, resigns as Red Sox manager. C Bill Carrigan replaces him.
» October 12, 1916: Boston's 4–1 win in Game Five ends the Series. The Red Sox had 22 shares of $3,826. The Dodgers, less generous, $2,834. Red Sox manager Bill "Rough" Carrigan, who announced late in the season that he would be quitting, says good-bye to each of his players. Carrigan will return to manage the Red Sox in 1927, but his teams will finish last for three seasons. Jack Barry will take over as manager for the 1917 season.
» November 1, 1916: Harry H. Frazee, New York theater owner and producer, and Hugh Ward buy the Red Sox for $675,000 (one report puts the figure at $750,000) from Joseph Lannin. Bill Carrigan announces that he will retire as Red Sox manager to pursue his interests in Lewiston, Maine.
» January 6, 1917: With Bill Carrigan reaffirming his decision to leave the Red Sox, Jack Barry is named as player-manager.
» November 30, 1926: Bill Carrigan, popular Red Sox manager who won pennants in 1915 and 1916, is drafted out of retirement to resurrect the cellar-dwellers.
» December 20, 1929: Bill Carrigan has had enough of managing the Red Sox. He quits, and Heinie Wagner signs on for a year.