» May 10, 1897: Jack Doyle hits an unusual home run for Baltimore, but Washington defeats the Orioles 13–5. The home run is noteworthy in that the ball rolls to the fence where a ladder had been placed. It rolls up the ladder and disappears over the fence.
» July 4, 1900:
At Cincinnati, in the 3rd inning of game 2, Giants 1B Jack Doyle slugs ump Robert Emslie after being called out on a steal attempt. Fans jump from the stands as the two get into it and players finally separate the two fighters. Two policemen chase the fans back into the stands and then arrest Doyle and take him to the York street station. He'll be fined for the assault. The Reds lose the nitecap, 6–3, after winning the opener, 8–1.
» September 13, 1900: At the Polo Grounds, Christy Mathewson makes his first start, pitching a complete game loss to the Colts. Chicago wins, 6-5, scoring four runs in the first, thanks to an error by 1B Jack Doyle.
» September 14, 1900: At the Polo Grounds, the Giants pull off the first triple play of the 20th century. With Chicago's Johnny Kling behind the plate, Jack Doyle, George Davis and Kid Gleason do the deed. It'll be another 10 years before a trifecta is pulled off in the NL.
» July 1, 1901: Colts 1B Jack Doyle, harassed by a Polo Grounds fan, jumps into the stands and hits him once with his left reinjuring his hand, which he had broken several weeks before. The Giants' Dummy Taylor trims Chicago's Jack Taylor, 6-4.
» July 12, 1905:
The Detroit Tigers beat New York, 6-3, with the help of two errors by Highlander 1B Jack Doyle. The vet Doyle was signed yesterday and this will be his only appearance for New York.
» September 29, 1957:
With 1895 manager Jack Doyle among the 11,606
looking on, the Giants lose their last game at the
Polo Grounds 9-1. Pirate P Bob Friend defeats