Tris Speaker (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

April 22, 1914: Red Sox, Athletics tie for second day in a row

At the start of play on April 22, 1914, eight days into the season,…
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May 30, 1914: Frank Rooney becomes first Czech player to homer in the major leagues

Contrary to popular belief, Frank Rooney wasn’t Irish-American.…

June 28, 1914: Honus Wagner becomes second major leaguer to join the 3,000-hit club

Honus Wagner was one of the greatest players in baseball history.…

June 16, 1914: Terriers score 8 runs in 12th to top the Tip-Tops, 13-12

On Tuesday, June 16, 1914, the St. Louis Terriers welcomed the…
Dutch Zwilling (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

July 14, 1914: Chi-Feds crush Terriers 11-0 in under two hours

July in Chicago can feel like a sweltering, steamy greenhouse,…
Rollie Zeider (TRADING CARD DB)

July 12, 1914: ChiFeds give Weeghman Park fans a walk-off to remember in 13th

June 1914 had seen the Indianapolis Hoosiers go on the longest…
Babe Ruth (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

July 11, 1914: Babe Ruth makes his major-league debut with Red Sox

Even before playing an inning of major-league baseball, Babe…

May 31, 1914: Joe Benz humming on all cylinders with no-hitter

The Chicago White Sox were happy to be back at home for a Sunday…

April 20, 1914: Cardinals’ Bill Doak strikes out 10 in shutout of Cubs

Bill Doak is little remembered. Those who do know his name likely…

April 23, 1914: Chicago Feds open Weeghman Park, later known as Wrigley Field

The Federal League Kansas City Packers and Chicago Chi-Feds played…