On July 13, 1915, Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Red Faber uses his legs to help his cause in a game against the St. Louis Browns, when he collects a hit and steals second, third and home. Despite his efforts, he loses, 3-1. The three steals are nearly half of the career total of seven that he will accumulate in his 20-year career. Faber goes on to win 254 games in his Hall of Fame career.
Washington Senators steal an American League record 13 bases in a 16-5 win over the New York Highlanders.
June 28, 1907
In a game against the Superbas (Dodgers), Slim Sallee becomes the first pitcher in Cardinal history to steal home. In the third inning, the Redbird southpaw scores the first run in St. Louis’s 3-1 victory over Brooklyn at Ebbets Field.
July 22, 1913
August 10, 1924
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