» May 25, 1899: In just his 7th big league game, Deacon Phillippe of Louisville tosses a 7–0 no-hitter against the Giants. He walks three batters but will become baseball's best control pitcher with a career average of 1.25 bases on balls per game. The Colonels collect just four hits off Ed Doheny in scoring their seven runs.
» May 28, 1900:
New York pitcher Cy Seymour, a former 20-game winner, combines with Ed Doheny to walk nine Pirates and plunk four in a 14-0 loss to Pittsburgh. Seymour hits Honus Wagner with a pitch today and plunked him two days ago as well.
» July 17, 1900: At Brooklyn's Washington Park, the Superbas tie the score against the Giants in the 5th. With two men on base and the score tied, New York captain George Davis takes out pitcher Ed Doheny and brings in rookie Christy Mathewson, just brought up from Norfolk where he was 20–2. He hits three batters, walks 2, and gives up six runs in a 13–7 loss, charged to Doheny. The New York Times says, "Matty has lots of speed and gives promise of making his way." Doheny also plunked a batter, while Brooklyn's Joe McGinnity hit two for a combined six in the game, a record, since tied.
» September 6, 1900: At the Polo Grounds, the Cardinals jump on Giants starter Ed Doheny, scoring eight runs in the first three innings. Christy Mathewson makes his first appearance in a month, giving up three runs on seven hits in five innings of relief. St. Louis wins, 11-4.
» May 17, 1903: Ed Doheny outpitches Joe McGinnity, allowing just six Giants hits to give the Pirates a 3-2 win. Doheny also earns a 3-day suspension when, after hitting a popup in front of the plate, tosses his bat at Frank Bowerman while the big catcher is attempting to catch the fly.
» June 1, 1903: At Pittsburgh, Christy Mathewson wins his 10th of the season, and his 4th over Pittsburgh, as the Giants prevail, 10-2. Ed Doheny is the loser.
» June 5, 1903: The Pirates rack up 17 hits against Boston's Togie Pittinger and pitcher Ed Doheny coasts to a 9-0 victory, Pittsburgh's 4th shutout in a row, setting a new major-league record. Clarke is 5-for-5 and Ginger Beaumont goes 4-for-5, connecting for his 2nd homer in a week. It is an off day for Claude Ritchey, who strikes out three times, makes two errors, and is picked off base. For Pittinger, the 17 hits will help him set a NL record for hits allowed in a season (396). Togie will also lead in losses (22), runs allowed (196), earned runs allowed (136), home runs allowed (12) and walks (143). No pitcher this century will lead in as many negative categories.
» June 11, 1903: Following a win by Ed Doheny, Pittsburgh gets back on the shut out track when Deacon Phillippe throws his 3rd straight whitewash, defeating Brooklyn, 9-0. His batterymate Ed Phelps is 3-for-3 with a stolen base: as noted by Joe Elinich, Phils' manager Chief Zimmer calls Phelps, "the best catcher in the game" and "a coming star."
» July 15, 1903: In a showdown game at Pittsburgh, the Giants score three runs in the top of the 9th to take a 3-2 lead, but the Bucs tie it up against Christy Mathewson. No runs are scored again till the 14th when New York scores three off Ed Doheny to give Matty his 6th win of the year over Pittsburgh. Matty strikes out 11 and scatters 10 hits.
» July 29, 1903: Pittsburgh's Ed Doheny (12-6) jumps the team to return home because he is convinced he is being followed by detectives. The Pittsburg Post headlines Doheny going AWOL with a headline: 'His Mind is Thought To Be Deranged.' He will return on the 15th of August.
» September 22, 1903:
Pittsburgh's 16-game winner Ed Doheny, still suffering from bouts of paranoia, leaves the team and is escorted home to Massachusetts by his brother. During the World Series, Doheny will be committed to the Danvers Insane Asylum after knocking his male nurse unconscious. At the age of 26, his major league career is over.
» October 14, 1903: Pittsburgh P Ed Doheny is committed to an insane asylum in Massachusetts after assaulting his nurse with a poker. Doheny had compiled a 16–8 mark.
» September 2, 1912:
At Boston, Christy Mathewson wins both games for the Giants in a 5–2, 6–1 sweep of the Braves. In the opener, Matty relieves Marquard in the 9th with score 2–2 and tosses three shutout innings. Larry Doyle ends it with a 3-run homer in the 12th. Matty coasts to his 19th win in the nitecap after the Giants chase Ed Doheny with five runs in the 3rd.