On June 21, 1901 Right-hander Harley ‘Doc’ Parker of the Reds gives up 21 runs and 26 hits to Brooklyn in his first start of the season – and major league farewell appearance. The 26 hits is a post-1900 record, tied by Al Travers in 1912, and by the A’s Hod Lisenbee in 1936. The 21 runs allowed is a National League mark. Harley also faces a record 55 batters in the game. Led by Willie Keeler’s five hits, including a home run and double, the Superbas win, 21 – 3.