» May 15, 1903: At Detroit, the Tigers pick on Pilgrim outfielder Pat Dougherty and collect five triples and two homers in winning, 8-6. Dougherty misjudges a number of fly balls.
» July 29, 1903:
Cy Young goes all the way as Boston loses to the Highlanders, 15-14. The New Yorkers had been shut out in their two previous matches in the series. Patsy Dougherty leads the Boston offense by hitting for the cycle, but Cy gets little defense as Boston makes eight errors behind him. New York starter Jack Chesbro is lifted in the 6th for Harry Howell, while Willie Keeler has four hits to lead the Highlander offense. The game lasts two hours: 10 minutes.
» September 5, 1903:
At Boston, the Pilgrims trounce the Athletics, 12-1 in eight innings. Patsy Dougherty leads the way with three triples and two singles.
» October 2, 1903: The Boston Pilgrims Bill Dinneen blanks Pittsburgh 3–0 on three hits and 11 strikeouts to even the Series. His four starts will give him three victories, making this the only World Series to produce two 3-game winners. Boston LF Patsy Dougherty hits two home runs; in 14 World Series games they are the only home runs he will hit. With Boston electing to bat first, Patsy's first homer is a leadoff blast against Sam Leever.
» October 7, 1903: Cy Young, who will also pitch in four games, stops the Pirates 11–2 on six hits. The 36-year-old righthander drives in three runs. Pittsburgh's Brickyard Kennedy, pitching on his 35th birthday, is ahead 4–2 in the 6th when Honus Wagner makes two errors, and Boston scores six runs. After giving up another four runs in the 7th, Kennedy is gone, and will not pitch in the majors again. Patsy Dougherty has a single a two triples, while Chick Stahl and Jimmy Collins add three baggers.
» May 2, 1904: At Huntington Grounds, the A's Rube Waddell stops Boston on one hit, a spoiler by Patsy Dougherty in beating Jesse Tannehill, 3-0. Rube taunts Cy Young to face him and suffer the same fate, and the two aces will square off on the 5th.
» June 17, 1904: In a swap greatly criticized in Boston, the Pilgrims send OF Patsy Dougherty to the Highlanders for weak-hitting rookie Bob Unglaub, who played in just six games before being hospitalized with blood poisoning. Dougherty is not the only Patsy changing uniforms this month; For $750, the White Sox release Patsy Flaherty (1-2) to Pittsburgh where he will win 19 more games. This will be his only winning season, but his feat of winning 20 games while pitching for two teams in a season will be matched only by Joe McGinnity, Hank Borowy and Rick Sutcliffe.
» June 19, 1904:
Patsy Dougherty makes his first appearance for the Highlanders, collecting two hits in a 4-3 win over St. Louis. New York loses the 2nd game, 1-0.
» June 25, 1904: In Boston, the Highlanders Jack Chesbro wins his 12th straight, besting Cy Young, 5-3. Patsy Dougherty has three hits against his former teammates.
» July 11, 1904: The Highlanders salvage the last game of the series with the Pilgrims, 10–1, but Boston leaves New York with a two 1/2 game lead in the American League. Patsy Dougherty has four of New York's 17 hits.
» July 25, 1904: Before 1,522 in New York, vet Al Orth makes his first start for the Highlanders and matches zeroes with Chicago's Yip Owen. In the bottom of the 9th Patsy Dougherty leads off with a triple and scores on Willie Keeler's bouncer through the infield.
» September 14, 1904: The Pilgrims with a half-game lead over New York send Bill Dineen to the mound. Patsy Dougherty leads off with a single off Jack Chesbro and Willie Keeler follows with a bunt that C Lou Criger fires into the crowd to allow Patsy to score. Keeler scores a play later. Boston's only tally comes in the 9th on a 2-base error and a wild pitch. New York wins 31. The nitecap is called after five innings and a 1-1 score.
» September 24, 1904:
For the 2nd time this season, Chicago's Patsy Dougherty spoils a no-hit bid with a safety. This time it is off New York's Joe Lake. Patsy did it earlier in the year while with Boston.
» August 28, 1909: In the first of two games at South Side Park, William "Dolly" Gray of Washington enters the record book by walking eight White Sox in the 2nd inning, with seven of the walks in a row (both ML records). The six runs scored are enough for a 6-4 Chicago win, although they manage only one hit against Dolly. Leading off the 2nd, Patsy Dougherty logs the only hit, and when he bats again in the inning, manager Billy Sullivan suggests he go to the plate without a bat. For Dougherty, this is the 3rd of four times he'll have the only hit in a game.
» July 29, 1910:
White Sox OF Patsy Dougherty breaks up Detroit's Ed Summers's no-hitter. It is the fourth time in his 10-year career the .284 hitter has ruined someone's no-hitter.