» April 29, 1916:
Pirate SS Honus Wagner saves a 2–1 win over the Reds by making a sensational grab of Greasy Neale's line drive.
» October 1, 1919:
Eddie Cicotte, a 29-game winner, is driven to
cover in a 5-run 4th. Cincinnati's Dutch Ruether
pitches a 6-hitter, and has 3 RBI on 2 triples and
a single for a 9-1 win. Reds OF Greasy Neale,
the only man to play in a WS, coach a football team
in the Rose Bowl, and become a pro football Hall of
Fame coach, also has 3 hits. He will top the Reds
with .357 for the Series.
» February 22, 1921: The Reds trade P Jimmy Ring and OF Greasy Neale to the Phils for lefty Eppa Rixey, who led the National League with 22 losses in 1920. Rixey will pitch his way into the Hall of Fame over the next 13 years. Neale is also a future Hall of Famer—for football. He will play just 22 games in Philley before returning to the Reds.
» May 30, 1922:
George Burns, now a member of the Reds, steals home against the Pirates in the 3rd on the front end of a double steal with Greasy Neale,. It is his 28th career steal of home and gives him a new National League record formerly held by Honus Wagner. The Reds win the opener, 9–3, then lose game 2, 7–3, to Johnny Morrison.
» September 17, 2001:
Bud Smith follows up his no-hitter with a 2–1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. The only run in seven innings against the Cards' budding young ace is unearned. Jeromy Burnitz of the Brewers comes within one fielding chance of joining Harry "Silk Stocking" Schafer (1877), Greasy Neale (1920), Casey Stengel (1920), Bill Nicholson (1945) and Bake McBride (1978) as the only N.L. right fielders to register 11 chances in a game. The major-league record is held by Tony Armas who handled 12 chances in an A.L. game in 1982.