May 5, 1904: Cy Young pitches a perfect game

Old Cy Young was on the verge of history as he stood on the mound…

October 4, 1904: Sam Mertes hits for cycle, then Giants forfeit to Cardinals

The New York Giants and St. Louis Cardinals had scheduled a doubleheader…

October 10, 1904: Jack Chesbro uncorks a wild one

The band played Tessie as the penultimate game of the 1904 season…

April 25, 1905: Wee Willie Keeler hits walk-off, inside-the-park home run

The Washington Senators were dead last in the American League…

June 29, 1905: Moonlight Graham’s only major-league game

If not for W.P. Kinsella, it’s likely that Archibald "Moonlight"…

August 15, 1905: Rube Waddell tosses rain-shortened no-hitter – or does he?

“With Rube] Waddell hurling the game of his life, the Browns…

May 14, 1906: 'Humpy' Badel leads Buffalo Bisons to victory in home opener

Under the leadership of manager George Stallings, the Buffalo…

June 24, 1906: Tigers' Germany Schaefer 'wins by a nose' after calling his shot

“When the legend becomes fact, print the legend.” So said…

August 3, 1906: Steinfeldt called out twice on same play

In 1906, the Chicago Cubs played the Philadelphia Phillies 22…
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August 24, 1906: Tornado Jake Weimer tosses abbreviated no-hitter for Reds

A torrential rainfall postponed the second game of a three-game…

August 29, 1906: Athletics settle for no-hitter and win in rain-shortened game

The White Sox players were fighting mad. They had just gotten…

September 11, 1906: Reds, Pirates play to 15-inning scoreless tie

In 1906 baseball was at the height — or in the depths — of…

September 15, 1906: 'Hitless Wonder' White Sox win to move into first place

The Chicago White Sox are “the luckiest bunch of ballplayers…

April 11, 1907: Reds celebrate a 'grand' Opening Day with win over Pirates

By 1907, Opening Day was one of the grand sporting and social…

May 26, 1907: Big Ed Walsh tosses rain-shortened no-hitter in farcical game

“Rain, hail, thunder, lightning, and flood were summoned to…

June 5, 1907: Three-Finger Brown's Cubs beat Mathewson's Giants in duel of aces

The New York Giants and Chicago Cubs were “red-hot rivals for…