June 15, 1923: Lou Gehrig plays first game in Yankee pinstripes

The year 1923 was a special one for fans of the New York Yankees…

July 7, 1923: Pie Traynor hits for the cycle in Pirates' rout over Phillies

The Pittsburgh Pirates clashed with the Philadelphia Phillies…

July 19, 1923: Judge Landis Day in Salisbury, MD

An early advocate for player’s rights, baseball commissioner…

August 9, 1923: Cardinals win a wild one against defending champion Giants

12, 15, 25, 33, 37.Don’t worry. This isn’t a brainteaser…

October 6, 1923: Ernie Padgett's unassisted triple play

In 1923, the National League Braves and the American League Red…

June 13, 1924: Yankees win forfeited game in Detroit as 'all hell breaks loose'

On June 10, 1924, the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers stood…

July 5, 1924: Babe Ruth hits the wall, and the wall wins

Babe Ruth feared the worst when he played right field in Washington’s…

July 8, 1924: Reds' Rixey wrecks Phillies in 16-inning gem

After the brilliant high of winning the first World Series championship…

July 8, 1924: Ironman Eppa Rixey outduels Carlson's Phillies in endless nightcap

In this present era of pitch counts, innings limits, and rare…

July 17, 1924: Jesse Haines tosses only Cardinal no-hitter in Sportsman's Park

When Cardinals right-hander and future Hall of Famer Jesse Haines…

August 3, 1924: Cyclone Joe Williams leads Royal Giants to victory

Four thousand fans arrived at Maryland Park on Sunday, August…

August 24, 1924: Eddie Dyer tosses shutout in Cardinals 17-0 laugher

The Cardinals entered the 2 P.M. doubleheader with the Brooklyn…

September 29, 1924: First in war, first in peace, now first in the American League

This was it, a day when a dream could come true for three generations…

October 10, 1924: Big Train finally wins the biggest one of all

The 1924 World Series marked the fourth straight post-season…

April 11, 1925: Braves, Red Sox resume City Series in Boston

As Boston Herald sportswriter Burton Whitman saw the preseason…

April 14, 1925: First radio broadcast from Braves Field

The first radio broadcast at Braves Field took place on April…
Tris Speaker with the Cleveland Indians (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

April 14, 1925: Indians, Browns combine for 35 runs on Opening Day

It was a mild spring day, temperatures in the 60s with little…

April 18, 1925: Mourning Charles Ebbets

Mourning hovered over Brooklyn like a crib mobile. Charles Ebbets,…

May 8, 1925: Braves, Cubs celebrate National League's Golden Jubilee

“By gory,” blurted Jack Manning to former teammate George…
Tris Speaker with the Cleveland Indians (NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME LIBRARY)

May 17, 1925: Cleveland's Tris Speaker records 3,000th career hit

Tris Speaker was accustomed to flying around the basepaths. The…