» July 15, 1911:
The Reds swap Fred Beck, last year's co-leader in homers in the NL, to the Phils, and include Bill Burns with him. The Phils send Bert Humphries to the Reds. Beck was acquired from the Braves in March, but hit just .184 for Cincy. He was the second Brave in four years to lead the NL in homers and then get shipped to the Reds in the off-season. The other, Dave Brain, last just 16 games with the Reds in 1908.
» December 11, 1912: The Reds trade outfielders Mike Mitchell and Pete Knisely, infielders Red Corriden and Art Phelan, and P Bert Humphries to the Cubs for C Harry Chapman, P Grover Lowdermilk, and SS Joe Tinker, who will manage the Reds for one year.
» August 1, 1913: At Chicago, the Giants win, 5–2, on a controversial call in the 8th inning. Art Fletcher is called safe at 2B on an steal attempt by ump Bill Byron, prompting a shower of abuse from the crowd. Moments later, Fletcher scores the go-ahead run on a triple by Chief Meyers off Bert Humphries. The beneficiary of the offense is Christy Mathewson, who wins his 20th game, the 11th straight season he's topped the mark.
» August 29, 1914: In Chicago, the Giants split with the Cubs, Rube Marquard losing the opener, 1–0, and Christy Mathewson topping Bert Humphries in the 2nd game, 7–5. The Giants waive Hooks Wiltse, ending his 11 years with the Giants. Hooks will pitch for the Brookfeds next season.
» May 18, 1915: On Suffrage Day, 4,100 women buy tickets to see the Giants-Cubs game in New York, and the suffragettes announce they will pay five dollars to each player who scores a run. "Wildfire" is the only recipient, as Chicago pulls a first inning double steal with Frank Schulte on the front end. Heinie Zimmerman is on the rear. The one run stands up against Jeff Tesreau and Bert Humphries wins, 1–0, with each pitcher allowing three hits.