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…

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…

July 18, 1914: Baltimore beats banged-up Buffalo for eighth time in nine days, 8-0

Owing to four rescheduled rainouts, the Terrapins and the Buf-Feds…

July 17, 1914: Gene Packard goes the distance as Packers defeat ChiFeds in 14 innings

It was Ladies’ Day at Kansas City’s Gordon and Koppel Field…
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…
George Kaiserling (LIBRARY OF CONGRESS)

July 19, 1914: Hoosiers’ George Kaiserling muzzles Terriers

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

June 20, 1914: Hoosiers top Tip-Tops for 11th straight win, grab Federal League lead

After a short respite to stretch and refresh, the 5,500 fans…

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

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

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

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