» September 13, 1907:
Pittsburgh's Nick Maddox makes his ML debut and tosses a nifty 4-0 shut out over the St. Louis Cards.
» September 20, 1907: Every player but one is hitless in the Pittsburgh-Brooklyn game, won by the Pirates, 2-1. Twenty-year-old rookie Nick Maddox, making his 3rd appearance, allows no Superbas hits for the first Pittsburgh 9-inning no-hitter. Pirate manager Fred Clarke gets the only two hits given up by Elmer Stricklett, but neither safety figures in the scoring: all three runs in the game are unearned. Earlier in the year, Maddox hurled two no-hitters while at Wheeling (Central League).
» July 27, 1908: Following the Sunday off, Honus Wagner hits doubles in his first two at bats to again lead the Pirates to a 4–3 win over New York. Nick Maddox, with relief help from Irv Young, is the winner over Doc Crandall. Both Maddox and Young plunk two Giant batters.
» August 21, 1908: Pittsburgh regains first place as Nick Maddox (15-5) beats Brooklyn, 2-1 for his 8th win in a row. Maddox drives in both runs as well. Maddox, who won his last five games of 1907, has now won 20 games in 30 appearances, the quickest twenty-game winner ever (This mark will be tied by Russ Ford, in 1910; Boo Ferriss in 1945; and Cal Eldred in 1993).
» August 25, 1908: The Giants win their 3rd in a row from Pittsburgh, stopping Nick Maddox, 5-3. Maddox had won eight in a row. Doc Crandall is the winner. Larry Doyle triples in the 3rd inning, then steps off the bag while chatting with Buc third sacker Tommy Leach. George Gibson's throw from home nails Doyle.
» August 25, 1909: Christy Mathewson stops the Pirates, 3-2, on five hits to notch his 20th victory of the season. It is the 7th season in a row that Matty's hit 20 wins. Nick Maddox takes the loss for the leading Bucs.
» October 11, 1909: Paced by Honus Wagner's three hits, three RBI, and three stolen bases, the visiting Pirates take game 3, 8-6. Nick Maddox is the winner over Ed Summers.
» June 7, 1993: Milwaukee P Cal Eldred defeats the Mariners, 5-3, for his 7th win of the year. This gives him 20 victories in his 1st 30 career appearances in the majors, tying him for the "quickest" 20 wins in history with three other hurlers—Boo Ferriss (1945), Russ Ford (1910), and Nick Maddox (1908).