June 15, 1920: Pirates double-steal a game from the Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies won the National League pennant in…

June 26, 1920: Lou Gehrig homers in high school all-star game at Cubs Park

"The New York Boys have a 17-year-old boy of 190 pounds on first…

July 1, 1920: St. Louis Cardinals fall in their first game at Sportsman's Park

At the end of June 1920 the National League pennant contenders…

July 1, 1920: The Big Train no-hits the Red Sox

Since he became a workhorse pitcher in 1908, Walter Johnson had…

July 2, 1920: Cardinals get first win at Sportsman's Park as Doak swashbuckles Pirates

The St. Louis Cardinals’ owner, Sam Breadon, generally shunned…

August 8, 1920: George Sisler becomes first St. Louis Browns player to hit for the cycle

“They’ve called Ty Cobb the Georgia Peach for the last 15…

October 2, 1920: Reds, Pirates split three games in the last major-league tripleheader

 “It’s a great day for a ball game; let’s play two!”…

October 3, 1920: The long and short of Monty Swartz’s big-league career

Thousands of players have had short major-league careers. Comparatively…

October 9, 1920: Coveleski stops Brooklyn to tie World Series at 2-2

Fortunes turn fast in baseball. After Cleveland won Game One…

October 12, 1920: Cleveland Indians win their first World Series

The Brooklyn Robins were on the brink of elimination in the 1920…

May 7, 1921: Detroit Stars and Bacharach Giants hit the long ball

It was Saturday, May 7, 1921, the opening day of the Negro National…