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Exposition Park III Federal League Firsts
Pittsburgh, PA
This park was used by the Players League 1890 and National League 1891-1909.

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Game 04/14/1914 Brooklyn Tip-Tops 1, Pittsburgh Rebels 0 (10 innings)
  Umpires Ollie Anderson, Monte Cross
  Managers Doc Gessler, Rebels
    Bill Bradley, Tip-Tops
  Starting Pitchers Elmer Knetzer, Rebels
    Tom Seaton, Tip-Tops
  Ceremonial Pitch Pittsburgh Mayor Joseph G. Armstrong
  Attendance 15,000 (est.)
Batting
  Batter Claude Cooper (ground out)
  Hit Rebel Oakes (single)
  Run Solly Hofman
  RBI Tex Westerzil
  Single Rebel Oakes
  Double Danny Murphy
  Triple Ralph Mattis (04/22/1914)
  Home Run Baldy Louden (04/22/1914)
  Grand Slam Davy Jones (06/02/1914 Game 1)
  IPHR Baldy Louden (04/22/1914)
  Stolen Base Tex Westerzil (04/18/1914)
  Sacrifice Hit Hugh Bradley
  Sacrifice Fly Tex McDonald (04/18/1914)
  Cycle NONE
Pitching
  Win Tom Seaton
  Loss Elmer Knetzer
  Shutout Tom Seaton
  Save Bert Maxwell (04/18/1914)
  Hit by Pitch Tom Seaton hit Hugh Bradley
  Wild Pitch Dan Marion (04/23/1914)
  Balk Mysterious Walker (04/22/1914)
  No-Hitter Claude Hendrix (05/15/1915)