» April 21, 1902: The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, reversing a lower court's decision, grants a permanent injunction (effective only in Pennsylvania) barring jumpers Nap Lajoie, Chick Fraser, and Bill Bernhard from playing for the A's, or any team but the Phillies. Not mentioned, but covered by the decision, are: Elmer Flick, Monte Cross, and Bill Duggleby of the A's; Ed Delahanty, Al Orth, Harry Wolverton, and Jack Townsend of Washington; Ed McFarland (White Stockings) and Red Donahue (Browns).
» May 8, 1902:
Bill Duggleby, the first jumper to return to the Phillies, loses, 2-1, to St. Louis. Returnee Chick Fraser will win his first start on May 23rd, 5-2 over Chicago. Harry Wolverton will return after 59 games with the Washington Nationals. All others will remain with their new teams. Of all those that the Athletics acquired, only Monte Cross stays.
» June 9, 1903:
Kaiser Wilhelm, the 29-year-old rookie for Pittsburgh, holds the Phils scoreless for three innings before they score a run in the 4th breaking the Pirates' record run of six straight shutouts and 56 scoreless innings. The Pirates score six runs in the 1st three innings off Bill Duggleby and win, 7-3.
» July 24, 1903: At Baker Bowl, Bill Duggleby holds the Giants to five hits and the Phils hand Mathewson his 2nd loss in four days, winning 3-0.
» August 31, 1903: Joe McGinnity wins his 3rd doubleheader this month, stopping the Phils twice, 4-1 and 9-2 and handing losses to Chick Fraser and Bill Duggleby. Iron Joe strikes out nine batters in the opener to win. The two games total three hours: three minutes,
» September 8, 1904: The visiting Phillies stop the Giants win streak at 12 when the beat up Dummy Taylor to win, 9-8. Bill Duggleby is the victor. New York then wins the nitecap, 4-1 as Christy Mathewson notches his 30th victory, over Tom "Tully" Sparks. Darkness ends the game in the 7th inning.
» April 24, 1905: At Baker Bowl, Giants manager John McGraw lets Christy Mathewson hit with two on in the 9th, and the ace promptly singles in two runs to give the Giants a 5-4 lead. Matty then checks the Phils in the bottom of the 9th for the win over Bill Duggleby.
» August 30, 1906:
At Baker Bowl, the Phils and Giants swap shutouts. The Quakers win the opener, 2-0, when Tom Sparks allows just three hits to outpitch Christy Mathewson. Iron Joe McGinnity then blanks the hosts, 1-0, to hand Bill Duggleby the loss.