Did he ever pitch a doubleheader ? At least in the 50s and 60s most doubleheaders were on Sundays
It's way too much trouble to check every year. But in the year where he won 37 games (1908), the Giants played 19 doubleheaders - only one on a Sunday. Mathewson had one DH where he won both games and two others where he got a save in the first game and a win in the second game.
In that era, btw, the most common offday, was Sunday.
Post by purplehaze on Apr 16, 2020 14:03:52 GMT -5
Mack committed to Oregon St (ranked 14th) yesterday as a grad transfer - impressive - just wondering if Manis has the athleticism to have such an offer if she was a grad transfer - I think 'yes' - these two had great careers
Post by longsuffering on Apr 16, 2020 14:26:44 GMT -5
Lauren's reward for being an iron woman for the Crusaders: No eligibility left to test herself in the P-6. I like her goal on the "Owner's Box" podcast of playing in Europe and continuing to improve with the goal of ending up in the WNBA. Whether either will be able to play next year is an open question. I wonder if the NCAA would allow fifth years of eligibility to roll over if the upcoming season is cancelled?