» April 14, 1904: At Brooklyn's Washington Park, a record 15,000 fans are on hand for the Opener, delayed until 4:00. John McGraw's Giants then take the field and bang out 10 hits to beat Oscar Jones, 7-1. Christy Mathewson allows three hits to win.
» April 17, 1904: The Brooklyn Superbas play their first Sunday game at home, beating the Boston Beaneaters, 9-0, behind Oscar Jones. To circumvent Sunday Blue Laws, no admission is charged, but fans must buy scorecards to enter the grandstand and box seats.
» June 19, 1904: Despite yesterday's ruling by William Gaynor of the Brooklyn Supreme Court prohibiting Sunday baseball, there are no arrests today at Washington Park. Brooklyn should've arrested Giants pitcher Hooks Wiltse, who allows just three hits in collaring the Superbas, 11-0. Next Sunday, however, Brooklyn's battery of Oscar Jones and Fred Jacklitsch, along with a program seller, will be arrested on misdemeanor charges and taken to the police station.
» May 27, 1905:
At the Polo Grounds, Mathewson stops Brooklyn, 4-1, beating Oscar Jones. Except for a poor throw by Roger Bresnahan, Matty would've had his 3rd shutout.