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This Day in Giants History, September 26, 1900: Christy Mathewson Blows a Lead
At Boston’s South End Grounds, Giants reliever Christy Mathewson fails to hold a 7-4 lead, and Boston wins, 8-7. It is Matty’s third loss. The Giants will return the rookie to Norfolk of the Virginia League rather than pay the … Continue reading
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This Day in Giants History: August 11, 1900
Shades of 2013: The Giants get four singles, a double and a triple in the first two innings, but score only one run. It’s all they need, though, to defeat Cincinnati, 1-0.
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