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Joe McGinnity Stats & Facts

Joe McGinnity Essentials Positions: Bats: R Throws: R Weight: 206 Born: Year: 1871 in Cornwall, IL USA Died: 11 14 1929 in Brooklyn, NY USA Debut: 1899-04-18 Last Game: 10/5/1908 Hall of Fame: Inducted as a Player in 1946 by Old...

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Christy Mathewson shuts out the Philadelphia Athletics, 2 – 0, to give the New York Giants the World Series in five games. All are shutouts, with Mathewson getting three, Joe McGinnity one, and Chief Bender of Philadelphia one.

1905 – Christy Mathewson shuts out the Philadelphia Athletics, 2 – 0, to give the New York Giants the World Series in five games. All are shutouts, with Mathewson getting three, Joe McGinnity one, and Chief Bender of Philadelphia one.

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The Beaneaters and Giants trade shutouts, with Boston beating Joe McGinnity in the opener, 1 – 0, and Christy Mathewson returning the favor, 3 – 0, in the nitecap. The game is scoreless until New York scores a run in the 7th off Vic Willis.

1905 – The Beaneaters and Giants trade shutouts, with Boston beating Joe McGinnity in the opener, 1 – 0, and Christy Mathewson returning the favor, 3 – 0, in the nitecap. The game is scoreless until New York scores a run in the 7th off Vic Willis.

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The Cubs split with the Giants at the Polo Grounds vs Ironman Joe McGinnity & Christy Mathewson

1903 – The Cubs split with the Giants at the Polo Grounds, beating Joe McGinnity, 7 – 3, in the opener. Iron Joe is not helped by eight Giant errors, including five by SS Charlie Babb. The nitecap is called after Chicago’s at-bats in the 7th with the score 8 – 1. Christy Mathewson picks up the victory for New York over Jock Menefee.

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