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

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

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…
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…
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,…
George Kaiserling (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

July 19, 1914: Hoosiers' George Kaiserling muzzles Terriers

The St. Louis faithful filed into Handlan’s Park hoping their…

July 24, 1914: Brooklyn Tip-Tops win on carom off pitcher's leg

“Excellence may have many definitions, but Tip-Top Bread defines…

July 24, 1914: Pittsburgh Rebels escape Federal League cellar in 12-inning win

The Pittsburgh Rebels made it three in a row over the pennant-contending…
George Kaiserling (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

August 24, 1914: Indianapolis Hoosiers are Tip-Top in doubleheader sweep

As the Indianapolis Hoosiers (63-49) prepared to host the Brooklyn…