» April 13, 1914: After building eight new ballparks in three months, the Federal League opens with the Baltimore Terrapins beating Buffalo 3–2 before 27,140. Winning P Jack Quinn will win 26 and lose 14. Indianapolis will win the pennant, led by rookie Benny Kauff's league-leading .370 batting average. Ex-Pirate Claude Hendrix will be 29–11.
» April 22, 1914:
The Chicago Whales (FL) host the Kansas City Packers at newly built Weegham Park, on Chicago's North Side. With two homers by Art Wilson, and a 5-hitter by Claude Hendrix, the Chifeds coast to a 9–1 before a crowd of 21,000.
» October 6, 1914:
In the Federal League, the Chicago Whales lose to Kansas City while the Indianapolis Hoosiers beat St. Louis, giving Indianapolis a one 1/2 game pennant margin. Five .300 hitters, led by Benny Kauff's .370, pace the winners. For the Whales, Claude Hendrix is the FL's top pitcher at 29–11.
» May 15, 1915: Claude Hendrix pitches a 10–0 no-hitter for Chicago (FL) over Pittsburgh.
» February 10, 1916:
In a sweet deal, the Cubs send cash to the sinking Chicago Whales (Federal League) and bring back Three Finger Brown, Clem Clemens, Mickey Doolan, Bill Fischer, Max Flack, Claude Hendrix, Les Mann, Dykes Potter, Joe Tinker, Rollie Zeider, and George McConnell.
» September 11, 1918: The Red Sox win the World Series in game six on Carl Mays's 2nd victory, a 2–1 three–hitter. With two on and two out in the 3rd, utility OF George Whiteman lines a hard drive to RF. Max Flack drops it, allowing the only runs off Lefty Tyler. Righty Claude Hendrix, 20–7 during the year, finally makes an appearance, tossing a final inning for the Cubs. Cubs pitchers compile a 1.04 ERA, while Boston's .186 BA is the lowest ever for a World Series winner, but they compensate by making just one error, a record not beaten this century in a 6-game World Series. The Red Sox will realize $1,102 each, the Cubs $671, the smallest winner's share ever earned. The inning by inning results of the game were relayed to Fort Devans, 58 miles away, via homing nine pigeons.