Sep 03 The Athletics' Bill McCahan pitches a 3-0 no-hitter against
Sep 06 Athletics first baseman Ferris Fain is suspended three days by
American League president Will Harridge, for starting a fight with
Boston third baseman Eddie Pellagrini.
The Cardinals promote infielder Nippy Jones from Rochester.
Sep 07 The Browns recall first baseman Jerry Witte from Toledo.
The Cubs purchase infielder Ray Mack from Newark. He was with the
Yankees till the week of May 7th, but didn't play for New York.
With the American Association season over today, several Pittsburgh
farmhands are called up from Indianapolis, including pitchers Lee
Howard, Steve Nagy and Lou Tost, catcher LeRoy Jarvis and infielder Gene
Cardinals second baseman Red Schoendienst dislocates his right
shoulder (Game One of todays doubleheader against the Reds). Joffre
Cross and, on the 9th, Nippy Jones replace him in the lineup, the first
time Schoendienst has been out all season. His injury is slight; he'll
return on the 13th.
Sep 08 Red Sox pitcher Tex Hughson undergoes an elbow operation, is
lost for the rest of the season.
Sep 09 Reds pitcher Harry Perkowski, called up from Columbia, reports
Undated transactions this week:
The Red Sox recall pitchers Mel Parnell and Al Widmar, infielders
Billy Goodman and Strick Shofner from Louisville, catcher Tex Aulds from
The Indians buy third baseman Al Rosen from Oklahoma City, recall
pitchers Ernie Groth and Lyman Linde from Ok City, and Bob Kuzava from
Baltimore, sell pitcher Lester Willis to Memphis.
The Tigers recall pitcher Ruffus Gentry from Dallas.
The Athletics recall outfielder Austin Knickerbocker from
Toronto. He's in right field against the Red Sox on September 5.
The Browns recall infielder Perry Currin and pitcher Bud Swartz
Washington recalls outfielders Gil Coan and Earl Wooten, pitchers
Bill Kennedy and Hal Toenes, and infielder Ed Lyons from Chattanooga.
The Braves recall pitchers Ray Martin and Dick Mulligan from
Hartford. Second baseman Danny Murtaugh, outfielder Tom Neill and
pitcher Glenn Elliott are called up from Milwaukee, but the Brewers are
in the American Association playoffs and they won't make it to Boston
before the end of the season.
Brooklyn recalls outfielder Duke Snider from St. Paul.
Cincinnati recalls shortstop Virgil (Red) Stallcup from Jersey
City, first baseman Ted Kluszewski from Memphis, pitchers Ken Polivka
from Columbia, Mike Schultz and Herman Wehmeier from Syracuse, first
baseman Charlie Kress and outfielder Bob Usher from Rochester.
The Phillies recall pitchers Homer Spragins, Frank Hoerst and
Dick Mauney from Memphis, pitchers Dick Koecher and Lou Possehl and
shortstop Granville Hamner from Utica and infielder Willie Jones from
Terre Haute. Koecher, Possehl and Hamner will delay their arrival until
the Blue Sox win the Eastern League championship, September 24. Koecher
beats Albany 3-2 in 13 innings, for the title.