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1914 Boston Braves

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    January


    January 14 Baltimore's grandstand burns to the ground.
    January 25 Cap Anson notes that "nobody likes to see a play made with the aid of gloves." He is of the opinion that only catchers should be permitted the luxury of wearing gloves.
    January 26 Baseball officials discuss the possibility of reinstating the old pitcher's distance. They are dismayed by the explosion of offense‚ which resulted in "long drawn out and uninteresting contests…. Besides the brainy pitcher of former days would be given another chance to display his ability in the science of the game."

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    February



    February 2 The New York Clipper and the Cincinnati Times-Star both express disapproval of the proposal of putting numbers on uniforms as a means of identifying individual players. The Times-Star advocates a return to the use of "distinctive colors in club uniforms‚" or the practice of assigning to each position a specific color pattern‚ first enacted in the early 1880s.
    February 9 New York owner Andrew Freedman institutes reserved grandstand seats to attract businessmen.
    February 27 Responding to the complaints of senior citizens like Cap Anson‚ the NL restricts the size of gloves for all fielders‚ save catchers and 1B‚ to 10 ounces‚ with a maximum circumference of 14 inches around the palm-in other words‚ less than 41?2 inches across. The NL also rescinds the rule forbidding "intentional discoloring" of the ball‚ thus allowing players to dirty the baseball to their satisfaction.

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    March


    March 16 John Brush‚ owner of the Cincinnati Reds and the Indianapolis team of the Western League‚ transfers 6 Reds to his minor league team. This sort of exchange becomes increasingly common in the 1890s as owners of more than one team shuttle their players between their teams throughout each season in an attempt to stock their most profitable team of the moment. This strategy causes much distrust among fans‚ who feel that their loyalties are being trampled.

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    April


    April 12 In a rare matchup between a ML team and a black team‚ Cincinnati beats the Page Fence Giants for the 2nd consecutive day.
    April 18 Philadelphia scores 5 runs in the 9th for a 7-6 victory over Baltimore.
    April 19 Holy Cross defeats Brown University 13-4 in a game between 2 of the top college teams of this period. The Crusaders have 5 future ML players in their lineup‚ while the losers have 2. Lou Sockalexis bats 7th and plays LF for the victors‚ and has 6 SBs.
    April 20 The Cincinnati Times-Star sees the ML policy of "farming out promising players to the minor league teams" as detrimental to the minors.
    The Cincinnati Times-Star sees the ML policy of "farming out promising players to minor league teams" as detrimental to the minors.
    April 23 Louisville breaks a tie with 8 runs in the 8th inning and holds on to defeat Chicago‚ 18-14.
    April 24 Reds slugger Bug Holliday comes down ill with what will be diagnosed as acute appendicitis. Holliday‚ who led the league in homers twice in the past 4 years‚ will recover but never play full-time again. He will retire at age 31.

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    May


    May 1 The Western League season opens. At Milwaukee‚ Minneapolis is a 4-3 winner before 5‚000 fans. At Kansas City‚ St. Paul wins by the same score. St. Paul is managed by Charles Comiskey and its first baseman is pitcher Tony Mullane.
    Bill Hart throws a one-hitter to lead Pittsburgh to a 4-1 victory over Cincinnati.
    May 2 The rebuilt grandstand at Philadelphia Park is reopened following a fire that destroyed the old stands the previous August. The cantilevered structure is called "the finest in the world."
    Chicago wastes a triple play as Louisville scores in the bottom of the 10th to win‚ 5-4.
    May 3 Bobby Lowe scores 6 runs and registers 5 hits‚ while teammate Herman Long has 2 hits and 5 runs in leading Boston to a 27-11 rout of Washington. Long's first homer clears the LF fence and is reportedly the longest hit at South Ends Grounds. His 2nd homer almost duplicates it. After Hugh Duffy receives an intentional walk in the 2nd‚ Tom McCarthy clears the bases with a grand slam. For Washington‚ Jack Crooks has no hits and 4 runs scored.
    Philadelphia beats New York‚ 8-5‚ on Sam Thompson's 3-run homer in the 9th. One player from each team act as umpire.
    May 4 Philadelphia‚ in yet another 9th-inning comeback‚ strikes for seven runs to edge New York‚ 10-9.
    May 5 Heinie Peitz goes 5-for-5 with 3 extra-base hits‚ but somehow fails to score. St. Louis manages to whip Cincinnati 11-4.
    May 6 The Philadelphia-Louisville game is postponed on account of the running of the Kentucky Derby.
    May 9 Chicago's Bill Hutchison‚ on his way to a 21-loss season‚ loses to the Giants for the 10th straight time.
    Player-manager Buck Ewing has a single‚ double and 2 triples to pace the Reds to an 11-8 win over Brooklyn.
    May 10 During the course of a 14-4 win over St. Louis‚ Philadelphia slugger Sam Thompson becomes the 3rd man in NL history to hit 100 HRs in a career.
    May 17 The Reds Arlie Latham has 5 hits and scores 5 runs in Cincinnati's 15-6 win over Washington at League Park.
    May 19 Toward the end of the Washington-Cincinnati game the "open seats" collapse "mixing up" about 300 spectators but injuring none.
    May 20 Chicago P Clark Grif?th goes 5-for-6 as he and his teammates rout Philadelphia 24-6. Rookie 3B Bill Everitt contributes with 4 hits and 5 runs. It is the third time this month a player has scored 5 runs in a game.
    May 22 The Reds score 10 runs in the 8th inning en route to a 21-8 pounding of Boston at League Park. It is the Reds 10th straight win and‚ with Pittsburgh losing‚ it moves them into first place. Frank Dwyer is the winner over Kid Nichols.
    May 23 The Louisville Colonels drop a game to Brooklyn because they have run out of baseballs. The home team is responsible for supplying balls‚ but the game begins with just three baseballs on hand‚ two of them practice balls borrowed from Brooklyn. By the 3rd inning‚ the balls are worn out and a messenger sent for new ones does not arrive back in time. Louisville is forced to forfeit the game.
    May 24 Philadelphia makes 13 errors and allows the Reds to score 6 runs in the 9th inning‚ but nonetheless wins 14-13 in 10 innings.
    May 26 Ted Breitenstein walks 11 men but still manages to gain the victory as St. Louis beats Washington‚ 23-7. Doggie Miller drives in eight runs for St. Louis; in his next game, on the 28th, he’ll drive in another six.
    May 29 The Boston Herald box score credits Jake Beckley with a 3-run HR to give Pittsburgh an 8-6 win over Washington. Under the rules of the era‚ which do not allow a team batting in the bottom of the last inning to win by more than one run‚ Beckley should be credited only with a triplemaking the score 7-6. Apparently the rule is not strictly enforced.
    May 30 After an estimated 18‚000 spectators squeeze into Philadelphia's ballpark‚ the enormous overflow crowd shrinks the size of the outfield. Taking advantage of the unique circumstances‚ Cincinnati RF Charles "Dusty" Miller throws out a ML record (since tied) 4 runners-all at 1B in game 2‚ but Philadelphia wins in 11 innings‚ 9-8. The 2 teams combine for 16 doubles‚ 9 by Cincinnati‚ most resulting from balls hit into the crowd. Dusty's mark is a ML record for extra innings. Philadelphia also wins the opener‚ 9-1.
    New York's Mark Baldwin surrenders only 3 hits‚ but is out dueled by Ed Stein‚ who pitches his 2nd one-hitter of the season to lead Brooklyn to a 3-0 victory.
    May 31 John Heydler umpires his first NL game‚ a 10-5 Washington victory over Pittsburgh.

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    June


    June 1 St. Louis 1B Roger Connor gets six of his team's 30 hits in a 23-2 burial of New York. All the runs come off Jouett Meekin‚ pitching with a sore arm.
    Today's issue of The Sporting Life (as noted by Bob Schaefer) reports that "The Minneapolis team now on its uniforms advertises a brand of flour made in Minneapolis. The other clubs should follow suit-Kansas City advertising canned beef‚ Milwaukee [advertising] beer‚ and St. Paul‚ ice wagons."
    June 3 Roger Connor becomes the ML's all-time HR leader‚ passing Harry Stovey with his 4th round-tripper of the season‚ and the 122nd of his career. This historic HR drives in St. Louis's only 2 runs in a 5-2 loss to Brooklyn.
    June 5 New York makes the debut of new manager Jack Doyle a happy one as it scores 4 runs in the 10th to beat Louisville‚ 7-3.
    June 6 Brooklyn takes a 12-11 verdict over Louisville on account of the Colonels "stupid playing."
    June 11 Boston whips Louisville‚ 11-0‚ and takes first place from Pittsburgh‚ which has held the top position since the beginning of the season.
    June 13 The first place Boston Beaneaters roll over Chicago‚ 20-3. Hugh Duffy scores 5 runs.
    June 15 Future novelist Zane Grey makes his minor league debut playing LF for Findlay‚ OH‚ against Wheeling (Tri State League). The Pennsylvania University athlete‚ playing under the name Zane‚ fails to get a hit‚ but walks and scores on a grand slam by brother Romer "Reddy" Grey.
    Baltimore shuts out St. Louis‚ 5-0‚ and replaces Pittsburgh in 2nd place.
    June 23 In the middle of a game in Chicago‚ the "Sunday Observance League" has the entire Cubs team arrested for "aiding and abetting a noisy crowd on a Sunday." Cubs owner John Hart posts bond and secures an order for the game to continue. The Cubs defeat Cleveland‚ 13-4.
    June 25 John McGraw hits a 2-out 2-strike single to drive in a pair of runs and give the Orioles an 8-7 win over Washington.
    June 26 Washington loses again as Brooklyn wins‚ 1-0‚ in 13 innings.

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    July


    July 1 In Philadephia, first place Boston loses a hard fought game, 5–3, in 13 innings. Kid Carsey bests Kid Nichols as both starters go the distance. Jack Clements and Sam Thompson each have 4 hits for the Phillies, with three of Big Sam’s going for doubles. He now has six doubles in two games (June 29), tying a ML record. Thompson will have 4 hits tomorrow as well, all singles.
    July 2 Louisville takes advantage of a 7th-inning fight to score 2 runs amidst the confusion‚ but still loses to Cincinnati 6-5.
    St. Louis hits a ML record four triples and scores 11 runs in the first inning on its way to a 15-9 victory over Chicago. Heinie Peitz has two triples in the frame. The Browns are the first team to collect 4 triples in an inning.
    Pittsburgh rolls over Cleveland, 12-1. Pink Hawley loses his bid for a shutout when he heeds the advice of Cleveland coach Patsy Tebeau and throws to first. Tebeau doesn’t notice that Pittsburgh first baseman Jake Beckley is woefully out of position and Hawley ends up tossing the ball to an empty base. Ed McKean scampers around to score on the miscue.
    July 3 Baltimore beats New York, 5–4, in 10 innings to move past Boston into first place. For the first four innings, the plate umpire is Ben Tuthill, prompting the New York Times to state, “just where Nick Young, President of the Baseball Players, found Ben Tuthill no one knows. . . . for he doesn’t know the difference between a ball and a strike.” Someone must agree. Bob Emslie, who was umpiring at 1B, eventually replaces Tuthill. The next day Tuthill will umpire at first base and get “suckered” on two plays.
    At Louisville, the Cincinnati Reds down the locals, 15–9. Arlie Latham is nearly arrested by two constables in the middle of the game, but the Reds manager pleads with them to wait until the game ends. Latham is then arrested for owing $81 to a Louisville whiskey company for an unpaid purchase made four years ago when he owned a saloon in Cincinnati.
    In a game played under 25 electric lights, home team Chattanooga beats Little Rock, 10-4. The light was “not as light as day by any means” and the pitchers did not try and put anything extra on the ball. Only six baseballs are required to complete the game.
    July 4 For a twinbill with the visiting Reds‚ Chicago shortens the OF playing area by 100 feet to accomodate the crowds. The umpire rules that balls hit into the crowd are homers and Cincinnati pitcher Frank Foreman takes advantage in the 2nd game by hitting 2. Not till 1945‚ when Bucky Walters does it‚ will another Reds pitcher match this. But Foreman is punched for 6 homers as Chicago wins‚ 9-5.
    July 5 Tommy Dowd hits a two-out‚ two-run triple in the 9th to give St. Louis a 6-5 win over Louisville.
    July 6 The Reds take a 8-0 lead in the 2nd inning against Brooklyn and then hold on for a 16-15 win.
    July 8 Approaching the midpoint of the season‚ Baltimore leads 8th-place Philadelphia by only 31?2 games. The top 4 teams (Baltimore‚ Boston‚ Chicago‚ and Pittsburgh) are within one game of each other.
    July 15 Chicago collects just 2 earned runs but beats the Phillies 16-8. Bill Dahlen has 1 hit‚ a homer‚ and scores 4 runs. Cross has a homerun for Philadelphia.
    In front of the largest crowd of the season, Newport beats the Cuba 5-4 in 11 innings.
    July 17 Cleveland surges into first place on the strength of a sweep of a doubleheader with Baltimore. Just 2 days ago the Spiders were in 6th place.
    In Chicago‚ the Nationals scores 12 runs in the 4th inning to overcome the Phillies‚ 12-7. The game is called after 6 innings‚ with rookie Walter Thornton victorious over Jack Taylor.
    July 21 Baltimore's 10-6 win in Cincinnati‚ coupled with a Cleveland loss‚ puts the Orioles back into first place.
    July 22 Not for long. Baltimore splits a doubleheader with Pittsburgh‚ and Cleveland tops Washington 8-6 to reclaim first place by one percentage point. Nine teams are still within 6 games of the Spiders.
    Baltimore splits a doubleheader with Pittsburgh, winning 12-0 and losing 9-8, and Cleveland tops Washington 8–6 to reclaim first place by one percentage point. Nine teams are still within 6 games of the Spiders. Cleveland is helped by rookie Pussy Tebeau, who debuts when Harry Blake becomes ill during the game. Pussy goes 1-for-1 with a steal and two runs scored. Pitcher Nig Cuppy also falls ill and Cy Young wins the game in relief.
    July 23 First-place Cleveland takes a pair from visiting Washington, winning 9-8 in 11 innings and 6-3 in a 5 1/2 inning game shortened by darkness. When Cleveland scores 5 in the first inning of game two, Washington resorts to stalling tactics by throwing the ball high and playing one inning with the outfielders sitting in the infield. Cleveland answers by striking out and refusing to run out hit balls. Bill Joyce has a pair of homeruns off Cy Young in the losing effort.
    July 24 Cleveland shows how it got into first place by scoring 6 runs in the bottom of the 8th inning-after which the game was called-to beat Washington 12-8.
    July 25 Fred "Bones" Ely and Joe Quinn each get 5 hits to propel St. Louis to a 20-3 rout of Brooklyn.
    The Reds roll over the visiting Phillies 19-3.
    July 27 Not satisfied with a 5-run 8th inning margin‚ Baltimore scores 11 runs in the 9th to clinch a 22-6 victory over St. Louis.
    July 29 Philadelphia outscores Boston 7-4 in the 9th inning to earn a 12-10 decision.
    July 30 Before a crowd of 920‚ Louisville pounds the St. Louis Browns‚ 18-2. Louisville scores 8 runs in the 5th with the help of Frank Shugart‚ who has two triples in the inning. Shugart has 4 hits and three triples in the game.
    At Washington‚ the New York Giants vote down the Senators‚ 17-5‚ with the help of Amos Rusie‚ 23 hits‚ some poor officiating‚ and poor play by the Senators. "It was an exhibition of yellow ball from beginning to end‚" sniffs the Washington Post. Young umpire Hunt‚ who took the blame for the poor calling‚ was assisted on the basepaths by a local amateur John Heydler‚ who the Post comments called an excellent game. A ladies day crowd of 2800 fans watched.
    July 31 St. Louis suffers its 2nd ninth-inning burial in 4 days as Louisville adds 10 runs to claim a 15-7 come-from-behind win.

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    August


    August 1 The Pirates top Cleveland 2-0 to move into a virtual tie with the Spiders‚ who lead the NL with a percentage of .59770‚ compared to Pittsburgh's .59756.
    In a Western League game‚ Harry Hulen of Minneapolis scores 6 runs against Grand Rapids without an offical plate appearance. Hulen is walked 6 times by pitchers George Borchers‚ Tommy Niland‚ and Jimmy Callopy (according to historian Ernie Lanigan). Hulen also steals 5 bases.
    August 2 Louisville frustrates a Reds comeback by scoring 4 runs in the 9th to win‚ 9-8.
    August 3 Pittsburgh edges Cleveland 5-4 to claim first place outright. Unfortunately‚ it is also Pittsburgh's last day in first place this season‚ as Cleveland retakes the lead tomorrow.
    The Capital Colored All-Americans set sail for England with a team of players from Western League clubs.
    August 7 Pittsburgh‚ angry at having lost the NL lead‚ takes out its frustration on St. Louis by scoring 11 runs in the 3rd and pounding them 18-1.
    August 9 Nig Cuppy‚ Cleveland's starter/reliever‚ scores 5 runs as the first-place Spiders beat the Colts‚ 18-6‚ in Chicago.
    August 12 Heavyweight boxing champion Jim Corbett‚ a good ballplayer and a great gate attraction‚ plays 1B for the Scranton team in an Eastern League victory over Buffalo. Corbett collects 2 singles and knocks in 2 runs. His brother Joe‚ who will become a ML pitcher‚ plays SS. The champ will appear another 3 dozen times in minor league games.
    August 14 Baltimore moves past Pittsburgh into 2nd place as the Orioles top Boston 9-3 and Pittsburgh falls to Cincinnati.
    August 15 Hughie Jennings handles 20 chances flawlessly at SS as Baltimore triumphs over Boston 11-10 in 15 innings.
    New York's Mark Baldwin surrenders only 3 hits‚ but is out dueled by Ed Stein‚ who pitches his 2nd one-hitter of the season to lead Brooklyn to a 3-0 victory.
    August 16 At St. Louis‚ Tom Dowd hits for the cycle to lead St. Louis to an 8-5 victory over Louisville.
    August 20 Cleveland scores 4 runs in the bottom of the 8th inning in near-total darkness to defeat Washington 8-7. Three of those runs come on a HR the Washington CF does not see.
    August 23 Baltimore sweeps a doubleheader with the Senators to claim first place from Cleveland. The Orioles have now won 13 consecutive games‚
    August 24 The Orioles win their 14th straight‚ trouncing the Cincinnati Reds‚ 22-5. The streak will end tomorrow. Willie Keeler scores 5 runs for Baltimore.
    In Cleveland's 14-8 win over Philadelphia‚ Jesse Burkett scores 5 runs.
    August 28 At Baltimore‚ the first place Orioles win a pair from Pittsburgh‚ 9-0 by forfeit when the Pittsburgh team fails to appear on time. They win the second game‚ 11-5‚ giving up the 5 runs in the last two innings helped by 6 errors.
    August 30 In an 11-4 win over the Reds‚ New York SS William "Shorty" Fuller sets a ML record with 11 putouts in a 9-inning game.
    Louisville snaps Brooklyn's 11-game winning streak by scoring 3 runs in the 9th to win‚ 6-5.
    August 31 Fred Clarke of Louisville has his 35-game hitting streak broken in an 8-4 victory over Washington.
    At Boston‚ Kid Nichols survives a 7th inning grand slam by Eddie Burke to beat the visiting Cincinnati Reds‚ 12-6.

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    September


    September 1 Aaron B. Champion‚ president of the renowned 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings‚ the first pro team‚ dies in London.
    September 2 Dusty Miller belts an 11th inning homer as the Reds win game 1‚ 4-3‚ over Boston. Boston takes game 2 by a 7-3 score.
    September 3 The New York Giants beat Chicago‚ 6-3‚ handing Bill Hutchison his 10th straight loss to the Giants. The streak began in 1893.
    September 6 At the Polo Grounds‚ the Giants edge the 8th-place Pirates 7-6 in a seesaw game‚ with George Davis scoring the winner in the 9th. With the score 3-3 in the last of the 5th Davis leads off with a drive to right field that Patsy Donovan runs down and throws to 2B. Hank O'Day‚ the lone umpire‚ who is right at the bag calls Davis safe‚ prompting a long and loud argument from Pirates manager Connie Mack. Finally O'Day thumbs Mack out of the game‚ the only time in his career as player and manager that Mack is ejected. A police escort is called for as Mack will not leave the field willingly.
    Brooklyn's Ad Miller throws a one-hitter to down Cleveland‚ 2-1. The only Cleveland hit is a double by Burkett.
    September 9 For the 2nd time in 10 days‚ last-place Louisville breaks an opponent's winning streak this time by beating the Phillies 9-8‚ snapping their 12-game streak. On August 30th the Colonels halted Brooklyn's 11-game streak with a 6-5 win.
    September 10 Cleveland is again limited to one hit‚ this time by Baltimore's Sadie McMahon‚ in a 6-2 loss before 8200. McKean has the only hit. Baltimore (73-38) leads Cleveland (74-45) in the pennant race.
    September 14 In the 8th inning of the Baltimore-Brooklyn game a foul tip shatters the mask of umpire Tim Hurst‚ driving a wire into his forehead which strikes an artery. Amazingly‚ Hurst remains in the game despite the blood. Baltimore wins‚ 14-5. as Willie Keeler scores 5 runs for the second time in a month.
    September 15 The second place Spiders sweep a pair from St. Louis‚ winning 19-9 and 8-5. Jesse Burkett scores 5 runs in game 1 for the second time in a month.
    September 21 The Reds score 8 in the 8th and beat Louisville‚ 19-8.
    Harry Davis debuts with the New York Giants and has three hits and 5 RBI to help beat Boston‚ 13-12.
    September 23 Arlie Latham hits a grand slam in the 8th off John McDougal as the Reds win 15-6 over St. Louis.
    September 28 Two days before the end of the season Baltimore finally clinches the NL pennant with a 5-2 victory over the New York Giants. Cleveland's 9-8 win in Louisville goes for naught.
    September 29 Center fielder Hercules Burnett‚ playing in his 6th and last game‚ lives up to his nickname with a single‚ double‚ and 7th inning homer to pace his Louisville Colonels to a 13-8 win over Cleveland. The game is stopped after 8 innings because of darkness.
    September 30 Washington ends the season by splitting a friendly pair with Boston. The Nationals win 15-7‚ then lose 10-8. Ed Cartwright hits for the cycle for the Nationals while Jim McGuire gets a gift homer in the opener when Hugh Duffy refused to pick up the ball till McGuire circles the bases. McGuire gets another gift in game 2‚ a silver tea set‚ for being the most popular Washington player.
    In Philadelphia's 10-9 10-inning win over Brooklyn‚ Billy Hamilton scores 5 runs for the Phils. Teammate Ed Delahanty has 5 hits and a running catch.

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    October


    October 2 Cleveland wins the first game of the Temple Cup series over Baltimore 5-4 with 2 runs in the bottom of the 9th.
    October 3 Legendary manager Harry Wright dies suddenly of pneumonia.
    October 5 The Sporting News reports that "the final vote in the score card contest for the most popular player on the Philadelphia team was Thompson‚ 6‚138....Thompson therefore gets the $150 silver cup." (as noted by John Odell).
    October 8 Cleveland takes the Temple Cup by beating the Baltimore Orioles for the 4th time in 5 games. The lack of respect accorded the Cup is reflected in the "very cold reception" Cleveland receives after returning from Baltimore on October 9.
    October 12 Sporting Life notes that "there has never been a negro player in the National League. Though the colored brethren have turned out some excellent players‚ the color lines have been drawn very closely around the major body‚ and no colored man ever got into the ranks."

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    November


    November 15 Cap Anson makes his stage debut in A Runaway Colt. Aside from forgetting a few lines Anson does quite well.
    November 21 In the first major trade in their history‚ the Reds trade 3B Arlie Latham‚ C Morg Murphy, Tom Parrott‚ and minor leaguer Ed McFarland to the St. Louis Browns. The Cardinals send C Heinie Peitz and P Red Ehret to Cincinnati. Ehret‚ 6-19 in '95‚ will bounce back with one good season before fading. Heinie will play 9 seasons in Cincy. The veteran Latham will play just 8 games for the Browns‚ but manage them for 3 games (0-3). The Browns will use 5 managers in 1896‚ up from 4 in 1985.
    November 30 Sporting Life erroneously claims that "Bid McPhee will hardly discard the glove next season now that he is accustomed to wearing it."

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    December


    December 28 Star Chicago SS Bill Dahlen breaks his left arm in a fall.

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