» April 19, 1902: Righthander Bob Ewing, 29, makes his ML debut with the Reds, and ties a NL record by walking seven batters in the 4th inning. The Chicago Cubs get five runs on one hit in the inning. Ewing adds another three walks en route to a 9-5 loss.
» July 15, 1904: Sam Mertes drives in four runs on four hits, including a home run, to lead the Giants to a 5–2 win over the Reds' Bob Ewing. Christy Mathewson, with relief help from Joe McGinnity, is the winner.
» August 11, 1904: At the Polo Grounds, the Giants paint the Reds, 5–2, with Christy Mathewson striking out 11. Bob Ewing is the loser.
» July 14, 1905: With runners on 1B and 3B and no outs in the 9th, Boston's Ed Abbaticchio lines into a game ending triple play against the Reds Bob Ewing.
» July 22, 1907: Cincinnati righthander Bob Ewing has the Phils popping up all day; the Reds have no assists in a 10-3 seven-inning win.
» July 25, 1907: The Giants beat the host Reds, 4-3 as Christy Mathewson outpitches Bob Ewing. The host Reds will take the next three games from New York.
» July 9, 1908: Christy Mathewson spins another four hitter over the Reds, beating them again, 2–1. This time the losing hurler is Bob Ewing.
» June 12, 1909: At Cincinnati, the Giants edge the Reds, 2-0, as Christy Mathewson bests Bob Ewing. The Reds manage four hits off Matty.