» June 3, 1902: The Cardinals' Mike O'Neill, a pitcher and one of four ML brothers, hits the first pinch grand slam ever in the majors, against Boston Beaneater Togie Pittinger. It is an inside-the-park HR at Boston and scores his brother Jack. O'Neill becomes the first pitcher in the NL to hit a grand slam this century.
» December 15, 1905:
Boston (NL) continues trading, sending C Pat Moran to the Cubs for C Jack O'Neill and P Big Jeff Pfeffer.
» April 30, 1906: Boston C Jack O'Neill, the eldest of the four ML O'Neill brothers, suffers through a long day as the Giants rack up 10 stolen bases in beating the Beaneaters, 8-2.
» September 26, 1906: Rookie OF Jack Cameron of Boston, after one relief appearance, gets a starting assignment against the Cardinals. Leadoff batter Tom O'Hara beats out an infield single. Al Burch's line drive hits Cameron in the head, and caroms back on a fly to C Jack O'Neill, who throws to Fred Tenney at 1B, doubling off O'Hara. Cameron retires with one assist and a headache. This is his last ML game.