» 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.
» August 25, 1922: You can't blame it on the wind as one of the most poorly pitched major-league games ever played takes place in Chicago. The Cubs edge the Phils 26–23 in a game that features 51 hits, 23 walks, and 10 errors. The Phils have the bases loaded in the ninth when the game ends, making a total of 16 left on base; the Cubs leave 9. When the Cubs score 14 runs in the fourth to take a 25–6 lead, OF Marty Callaghan bats 3 times (a since tied record), getting 2 hits and striking out. Modern records are set or tied for total runs (49, by two teams)and hits, most players scoring runs (Phils, 13), and most players scoring 2+ runs (Cubs, 9), most plate appearances (66, by the Phils). The 14-run inning ties the Yankees’ mark of July 6, 1920; The Phils add a run in the fourth to make the two-team total of 15 a record for the inning, as is the second inning total of 13—ten from the Cubs side and 3 from the Phils. Cliff Heathcote of the Cubs sets a modern NL record by reaching base 7 times in the nine-inning game. Hack Miller helps run up the Chicago total with 3-run homers in the second and fourth innings. His first blast is just the second homer to reach the centerfield scoreboard, located at ground level in Cubs Park: Hornsby hit the first last year. The game ends with the Phils leaving the bases loaded. Tony Kaufmann is the winner over Jimmy Ring in the game that lasts a surprisingly short: 3:01.
» September 3, 1922: The Giants pull off a 2nd inning triple play against the Phils. With runners on 1B and 2B Jimmy Smith pops up and the infield fly rule is called. Although Smith is called out, Frisch fails to catch the ball, and the runners take off. Giants right fielder Ross Youngs picks the ball up and the relay catches runner Cliff Lee at 3B for out #2. 3B Heinie Groh's throw and relay catch Sam Leslie at 1B for the 3rd out. The Giants then break a 7–7 tie in the 9th when Frankie Frisch scores from 2B on a muffed 6–3 play that Phils pitcher Jimmy Ring bobbles.
» May 12, 1925: A record to date 20 home runs are hit in the ML this day. Phils pitcher Jimmy Ring collects one of them, a grand slam off Pittsburgh's Vic Aldridge in an 8–5 win before the Pirates win, 13–8. Al Simmons of the A's has a grand slam as well to account for the scoring in a 4–3 win over Detroit.
» December 30, 1925: The Phils send P Jimmy Ring to the Giants for pitchers Jack Bentley and Wayland Dean.
» December 20, 1926: In probably the biggest player-for-player trade to date, Rogers Hornsby is traded from the Cardinals to the New York Giants for Frankie Frisch and P Jimmy Ring. Hornsby, after 12 years in St. Louis, will play for three teams in the next three years. Hornsby and owner Sam Breadon had had an increasingly stormy relationship, and feelings between Frankie Frisch and John McGraw were equally as bad. Thirty years later, Hornsby will call the trade "the biggest disappointment in my life."
» December 13, 1927:
The Cards trade P Jimmy Ring to the Phils with C Johnny Schulte for C Bubber Jonnard, SS Jimmy Cooney, and OF Johnny Mokan.