FEDERALLY ALIGNED BASEBALL LEAGUES
NEWS
03/31/1930
 
Sunday, March 30th, 1930
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Johnny Rasberry from the trading block.
Monday, October 28th, 1929
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the 1929 FABL FA Whitney Award.
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 FABL FA Whitney Award voting.
RF Al Wheeler of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 FABL FA Whitney Award voting.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the 1929 FABL CA Whitney Award.
C Joe Welch of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 FABL CA Whitney Award voting.
2B Pete Layton of the New York Stars honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 FABL CA Whitney Award voting.
Sunday, October 27th, 1929
SP Roy Calfee of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the 1929 FABL FA Allen Award.
SP Lou Felkel of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 FABL FA Allen Award voting.
SP Bill Ross of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 FABL FA Allen Award voting.
SP Charlie Stedman of the Montreal Saints honored: Wins the 1929 FABL CA Allen Award.
SP Ken Carpenter of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 FABL CA Allen Award voting.
SP Russ Reel of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 FABL CA Allen Award voting.
Monday, October 21st, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Bob Marceaux on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Bill Ellis on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Don Duke on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Eddie Hannah on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Rolla Puckett on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Jimmy Clinch on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Art Charles on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Hal Galvan on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Mike Cann on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Howard Crocker on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Red Kleiner on the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Bill Hathaway on the trading block.
Saturday, October 19th, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Removed Jake Cheeks from the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Removed Eddie Hannah from the trading block.
St. Louis Pioneers: Removed Hal Galvan from the trading block.
Chicago Chiefs: The owner took $759,481 in cash as profit for this year.
Philadelphia Keystones: The owner took $573,481 in cash as profit for this year.
Washington Eagles: The owner took $443,768 in cash as profit for this year.
New York Gothams: The owner took $849,021 in cash as profit for this year.
Pittsburgh Miners: The owner took $299,259 in cash as profit for this year.
St. Louis Pioneers: The owner took $227,359 in cash as profit for this year.
Boston Minutemen: The owner took $335,703 in cash as profit for this year.
Detroit Dynamos: The owner took $1,078,784 in cash as profit for this year.
Brooklyn Kings: The owner took $483,040 in cash as profit for this year.
Chicago Cougars: The owner took $528,478 in cash as profit for this year.
Cleveland Foresters: The owner took $479,310 in cash as profit for this year.
Montreal Saints: The owner took $611,474 in cash as profit for this year.
New York Stars: The owner took $453,172 in cash as profit for this year.
Philadelphia Sailors: The owner took $1,247,787 in cash as profit for this year.
Toronto Wolves: The owner took $503,336 in cash as profit for this year.
Baltimore Cannons: The owner took $589,326 in cash as profit for this year.
Thursday, October 17th, 1929
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the 1929 World Championship Series MVP Award.
Monday, October 14th, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Put Eddie Hannah on the trading block.
Sunday, October 6th, 1929
Philadelphia Keystones: Bill Ross pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 5 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Friday, October 4th, 1929
Chicago Cougars: Dick Kadlec pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Thursday, October 3rd, 1929
Montreal Saints: Denny Wren records his 250th career win!
Tuesday, October 1st, 1929
LF Henry Jones of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
C Joe Welch of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Jim Lonardo of the New York Gothams honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Birdie Smith of the Toronto Wolves honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
2B Frank Piper of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
SP Jim Langley of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Monday, September 30th, 1929
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
C Joe Welch of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, September 29th, 1929
Montreal Saints: Charlie Stedman pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 6 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Saturday, September 28th, 1929
New York Stars: Dick Richards pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 5 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, September 26th, 1929
Brooklyn Kings: Arnold Bower goes 0-3 against the New York Stars, ending his hitting streak at 22 games.
Wednesday, September 25th, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Marv Forster pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, September 23rd, 1929
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
3B John Lawson of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Toronto Wolves: Bert Flores pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Saturday, September 21st, 1929
Toronto Wolves: Birdie Smith pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 3 strikeouts and 6 BB allowed!
Brooklyn Kings: Doug Lightbody goes 0-3 against the Toronto Wolves, ending his hitting streak at 23 games.
Brooklyn Kings: Arnold Bower goes 1-3 against the Toronto Wolves, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Friday, September 20th, 1929
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 6-6 against the Boston Minutemen, with 1 2B, 6 RBI and 4 R.
Thursday, September 19th, 1929
Chicago Cougars: 3B John Kane honored: Wins the 1929 UMVA UMVA Most Valuable Player Award.
Baltimore Cannons: SP Chuck Robison honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 UMVA UMVA Most Valuable Player Award voting.
Cleveland Foresters: C Fred Foster honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 UMVA UMVA Most Valuable Player Award voting.
New York Gothams: Bill Parker pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Wednesday, September 18th, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: 1B Moe Krohn honored: Wins the 1929 GSL GSL Most Valuable Player Award.
New York Stars: C George Allen honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 GSL GSL Most Valuable Player Award voting.
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Tom Gray honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 GSL GSL Most Valuable Player Award voting.
Baltimore Cannons: SP Chuck Robison honored: Wins the 1929 UMVA UMVA Pitcher of the Year Award.
Chicago Chiefs: SP Bill Abrams honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 UMVA UMVA Pitcher of the Year Award voting.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Art Blake honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 UMVA UMVA Pitcher of the Year Award voting.
Tuesday, September 17th, 1929
Brooklyn Kings: LF Jack Manzella honored: Wins the 1929 WBL WBL Most Valuable Player Award.
Detroit Dynamos: RF Jerry Pierce honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 WBL WBL Most Valuable Player Award voting.
Brooklyn Kings: 3B Buck Sargent honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 WBL WBL Most Valuable Player Award voting.
Philadelphia Sailors: SP Tom Gray honored: Wins the 1929 GSL GSL Pitcher of the Year Award.
Toronto Wolves: SP Bob Mullins honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 GSL GSL Pitcher of the Year Award voting.
Boston Minutemen: SP Frank Taylor honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 GSL GSL Pitcher of the Year Award voting.
Monday, September 16th, 1929
RF Frank Lightbody of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
2B Bill Ashbaugh of the Chicago Cougars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Dave Rankin honored: Wins the 1929 WBL WBL Pitcher of the Year Award.
Brooklyn Kings: SP Tom Goldsborough honored: Finished 2nd in 1929 WBL WBL Pitcher of the Year Award voting.
Toronto Wolves: SP Harry Reidhead honored: Finished 3rd in 1929 WBL WBL Pitcher of the Year Award voting.
Chicago Cougars: Luke Nixon goes 5-6 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 RBI and 4 R.
Sunday, September 15th, 1929
Brooklyn Kings: Doug Lightbody goes 1-3 against the Chicago Cougars, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Saturday, September 14th, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Joe Marett pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Boston Minutemen: Al Carroll pitches a 6-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, September 12th, 1929
New York Gothams: Moxie Nelson pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 1 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Tuesday, September 10th, 1929
New York Stars: Dick Richards pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Washington Eagles: Archie Dickey pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 7 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, September 9th, 1929
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
2B Bill Scott of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
New York Stars: Mutt Pharr pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
New York Gothams: Bill Ketterman pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Saturday, September 7th, 1929
Chicago Chiefs: Lou Felkel pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Ben White pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Thursday, September 5th, 1929
New York Gothams: Jim Lonardo pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Wednesday, September 4th, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: Johnny Davis pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 3 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, September 2nd, 1929
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
2B Jack Cleaves of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Philadelphia Sailors: Rollie Beal pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 6 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Bill Johnson goes 5-6 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 1 2B, 1 RBI and 0 R.
Chicago Chiefs: Lou Felkel pitches a 7-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Brooklyn Kings: Rip Agee goes 5-7 against the Baltimore Cannons, with 1 2B, 4 RBI and 3 R.
Sunday, September 1st, 1929
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
2B Bill Ashbaugh of the Chicago Cougars honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Milt Fritz of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Russ Reel of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
RF Frank Lightbody of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
SP Russ Reel of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Pittsburgh Miners: Ollie Denton pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 2 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Saturday, August 31st, 1929
New York Gothams: Jim Lonardo pitches a 4-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 7 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, August 30th, 1929
Montreal Saints: Charlie Stedman pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Washington Eagles: Ivy Newsom pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Wednesday, August 28th, 1929
Boston Minutemen: Charlie Barry goes 5-5 against the Washington Eagles, with 2 2B, 2 RBI and 0 R.
Monday, August 26th, 1929
RF Frank Lightbody of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
CF Freddie Malley of the Toronto Wolves honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Friday, August 23rd, 1929
Pittsburgh Miners: Hank Swenson goes 5-5 against the Chicago Chiefs, with 1 2B, 1 RBI and 4 R.
Wednesday, August 21st, 1929
New York Gothams: Bill Evans pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Tuesday, August 20th, 1929
Baltimore Cannons: Ace Adlon goes 5-5 against the Cleveland Foresters, with 1 RBI and 2 R.
Monday, August 19th, 1929
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
2B Bill Ashbaugh of the Chicago Cougars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, August 18th, 1929
Pittsburgh Miners: Jim Pool sets the FA regular season extra-inning game record for home runs with 3.
Pittsburgh Miners: Jim Pool hits three home runs against the St. Louis Pioneers, going 3-4 with 3 RBI and 3 runs scored!
Saturday, August 17th, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: Rollie Beal pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Friday, August 16th, 1929
Brooklyn Kings: Ab Thomas goes 5-7 against the Chicago Cougars, with 3 2B, 0 RBI and 1 R.
Thursday, August 15th, 1929
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Shafer hits for the CYCLE, going 4-5 against the Pittsburgh Miners, with 3 RBI and 3 runs scored.
Chicago Chiefs: Hank Odegaard goes 5-5 against the Washington Eagles, with 2 RBI and 0 R.
Wednesday, August 14th, 1929
Chicago Chiefs: Lou Felkel pitches a 9-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, August 12th, 1929
C T.R. Goins of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, August 11th, 1929
Chicago Chiefs: Milt Fritz pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Saturday, August 10th, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: Oscar Morse pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Friday, August 9th, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: David Merchant goes 5-6 against the Toronto Wolves, with 1 2B, 1 RBI and 2 R.
Wednesday, August 7th, 1929
Washington Eagles: Harry Horn pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: Russ Reel pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, August 5th, 1929
RF Al Wheeler of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Gus Powell of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Cleveland Foresters: Max Wilder pitches a 6-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Sunday, August 4th, 1929
New York Gothams: Steve Castellini pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Saturday, August 3rd, 1929
Chicago Chiefs: Lou Felkel pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, August 2nd, 1929
Detroit Dynamos: Bill Groom goes 5-5 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 1 2B, 1 HR, 1 RBI and 1 R.
Thursday, August 1st, 1929
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
RF Lou Kelly of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Ivy Newsom of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Ken Carpenter of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Ivy Newsom of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
LF Moxie Pidgeon of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Detroit Dynamos: Al Wheeler hits for the CYCLE, going 4-4 against the Boston Minutemen, with 5 RBI and 2 runs scored.
Wednesday, July 31st, 1929
Montreal Saints: Sam Young pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, July 29th, 1929
SS Cliff Herman of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF John Dibblee of the Chicago Cougars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Saturday, July 27th, 1929
Baltimore Cannons: Ken Carpenter pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, July 26th, 1929
Cleveland Foresters: George Simpson goes 5-5 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 2 2B, 1 RBI and 1 R.
Thursday, July 25th, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: Oscar Morse pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 5 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, July 22nd, 1929
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Joe Perret of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Baltimore Cannons: The Baltimore Cannons have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Win Now!'
Sunday, July 21st, 1929
Toronto Wolves: Art Harvey pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Saturday, July 20th, 1929
Baltimore Cannons: Paul Reed pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Chicago Chiefs: Norm Austin pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 1 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Wednesday, July 17th, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: Johnny Davis pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 0 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Montreal Saints: Charlie Stedman pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 3 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Tuesday, July 16th, 1929
Cleveland Foresters: Joe Perret goes 5-6 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 1 2B, 3 RBI and 2 R.
Monday, July 15th, 1929
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Lou Kelly of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, July 14th, 1929
Washington Eagles: Harry Horn pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, July 11th, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Rolla Puckett pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Wednesday, July 10th, 1929
Chicago Cougars: John Dibblee goes 5-5 against the Montreal Saints, with 2 2B, 1 RBI and 4 R.
Monday, July 8th, 1929
RF Al Wheeler of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Lou Kelly of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
St. Louis Pioneers: Don Duke goes 5-6 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 1 HR, 3 RBI and 1 R.
New York Stars: Pete Layton hits for the CYCLE, going 4-5 against the Toronto Wolves, with 3 RBI and 3 runs scored.
Sunday, July 7th, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Rolla Puckett pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, July 5th, 1929
Cleveland Foresters: Eddie Gray pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, July 4th, 1929
Pittsburgh Miners: Ernie Henderson pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 5 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Wednesday, July 3rd, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Eddie Hite pitches a 8-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Chicago Cougars: Luke Nixon goes 5-5 against the Cleveland Foresters, with 1 3B, 1 HR, 3 RBI and 4 R.
Monday, July 1st, 1929
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Lou Kelly of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
RF Lou Kelly of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Roy Calfee of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Ken Carpenter of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Al Carroll of the Boston Minutemen honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
SS Harry Simmons of the Chicago Cougars honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Detroit Dynamos: The Detroit Dynamos have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Win Now!'
Sunday, June 30th, 1929
Brooklyn Kings: Leon Thompson pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 3 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 0-4 against the New York Gothams, ending his hitting streak at 26 games.
Baltimore Cannons: Lou Kelly goes 0-3 against the Brooklyn Kings, ending his hitting streak at 21 games.
Saturday, June 29th, 1929
Philadelphia Keystones: Ed Baker pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, June 28th, 1929
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 2-3 against the New York Gothams, extending his hitting streak to 25 games!
Baltimore Cannons: Lou Kelly goes 3-4 against the Brooklyn Kings, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Thursday, June 27th, 1929
Washington Eagles: Ivy Newsom pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Rabbit Day pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Monday, June 24th, 1929
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Charlie Powell of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Baltimore Cannons: Bob Miller pitches a 6-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Lou Kelly hits three home runs against the New York Stars, going 3-4 with 8 RBI and 3 runs scored!
Sunday, June 23rd, 1929
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 2-3 against the New York Gothams, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Cleveland Foresters: Max Wilder pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 5 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
New York Stars: Dick Richards pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Saturday, June 22nd, 1929
Chicago Chiefs: Joe Masters goes 5-5 against the St. Louis Pioneers, with 1 3B, 1 HR, 2 RBI and 4 R.
Tuesday, June 18th, 1929
Pittsburgh Miners: Jim Smith pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 5 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, June 17th, 1929
LF Henry Jones of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Doug Lightbody of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Pittsburgh Miners: The Pittsburgh Miners have announced that they set their team focus from 'Win Now!' to 'Neutral'
St. Louis Pioneers: The St. Louis Pioneers have announced that they set their team focus from 'Win Now!' to 'Rebuild'
Chicago Cougars: The Chicago Cougars have announced that they set their team focus from 'Rebuild' to 'Neutral'
Saturday, June 15th, 1929
Cleveland Foresters: Jim Wilson pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, June 10th, 1929
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Dave Trowbridge of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Philadelphia Keystones: The Philadelphia Keystones have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Win Now!'
Cleveland Foresters: The Cleveland Foresters have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Win Now!'
Detroit Dynamos: Mel Strom pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 6 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Bob Miller pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, June 7th, 1929
Boston Minutemen: Dick Alexander pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
New York Stars: Speed Davis goes 5-6 against the Cleveland Foresters, with 1 RBI and 1 R.
Wednesday, June 5th, 1929
Philadelphia Keystones: Ray Rinehart pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Chicago Chiefs: Jim Shelton gets his 2000th career hit!
Tuesday, June 4th, 1929
Toronto Wolves: Don Summers goes 5-5 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 1 2B, 3 RBI and 3 R.
Monday, June 3rd, 1929
RF Al Wheeler of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
CF Freddie Malley of the Toronto Wolves honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Pittsburgh Miners: Jack Reed pitches a 6-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: David Merchant goes 0-4 against the New York Stars, ending his hitting streak at 31 games.
Philadelphia Sailors: Jack Cleaves goes 0-2 against the New York Stars, ending his hitting streak at 24 games.
Sunday, June 2nd, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Rolla Puckett pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 1 strikeouts and 5 BB allowed!
Saturday, June 1st, 1929
3B Joe Masters of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Lou Felkel of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Bob Miller of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
RF Frank Lightbody of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
RF Moxie Pidgeon of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Friday, May 31st, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: David Merchant goes 3-6 against the New York Stars, extending his hitting streak to 30 games!
Wednesday, May 29th, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: Jack Cleaves goes 1-3 against the Chicago Cougars, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Tuesday, May 28th, 1929
St. Louis Pioneers: Jim Parks goes 5-6 against the New York Gothams, with 1 3B, 1 HR, 3 RBI and 3 R.
Monday, May 27th, 1929
3B Joe Masters of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Dick Walker of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Philadelphia Sailors: David Merchant goes 1-4 against the Toronto Wolves, extending his hitting streak to 25 games!
Sunday, May 26th, 1929
Chicago Chiefs: Lou Felkel pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Saturday, May 25th, 1929
Philadelphia Keystones: Rube Frazier pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Tuesday, May 21st, 1929
Philadelphia Sailors: David Merchant goes 2-4 against the Chicago Cougars, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, May 20th, 1929
CF Benny Rice of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, May 19th, 1929
Montreal Saints: Dave Paynter pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Detroit Dynamos: Henry Jones goes 5-5 against the St. Louis Pioneers, with 1 2B, 4 RBI and 1 R.
Saturday, May 18th, 1929
Cleveland Foresters: Bob Lawrence pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 0 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Montreal Saints: Al Allen pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 3 strikeouts and 6 BB allowed!
Friday, May 17th, 1929
Chicago Cougars: John Dibblee goes 5-6 against the Cleveland Foresters, with 1 2B, 2 RBI and 3 R.
Thursday, May 16th, 1929
Brooklyn Kings: Bill Dengler pitches a 6-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Wednesday, May 15th, 1929
Detroit Dynamos: Roy Calfee pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 7 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Brooklyn Kings: Phil Long goes 0-3 against the Philadelphia Sailors, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
Tuesday, May 14th, 1929
Brooklyn Kings: Phil Long goes 1-4 against the Philadelphia Sailors, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, May 13th, 1929
SS Mike Pierce of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Moxie Pidgeon of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Pittsburgh Miners: Luke Smith records his 200th career win!
Detroit Dynamos: Dirk Mannheim goes 5-6 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 2 2B, 1 HR, 3 RBI and 1 R.
Saturday, May 11th, 1929
Chicago Cougars: Dick Lyons pitches a 9-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: Russ Reel pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 7 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, May 9th, 1929
Chicago Cougars: Joe Davis goes 5-5 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 1 2B, 3 3B, 2 RBI and 3 R.
Wednesday, May 8th, 1929
Cleveland Foresters: Wayne Robinson pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 5 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Chicago Chiefs: Norm Austin pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 2 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Keystones: Rube Frazier pitches a 6-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Monday, May 6th, 1929
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Herb Smiddy of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Chicago Chiefs: Lou Felkel pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: Tom Taylor goes 5-6 against the Baltimore Cannons, with 1 HR, 3 RBI and 2 R.
Wednesday, May 1st, 1929
Chicago Chiefs: Jim Hampton goes 0-4 against the New York Gothams, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
Tuesday, April 30th, 1929
Chicago Chiefs: Jim Hampton goes 1-5 against the Detroit Dynamos, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, April 29th, 1929
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, April 28th, 1929
Boston Minutemen: Jack Holland pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Saturday, April 27th, 1929
Brooklyn Kings: Art Roe pitches a 6-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, April 26th, 1929
Montreal Saints: Charlie Stedman pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 5 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Wednesday, April 24th, 1929
New York Stars: Phil English pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
New York Stars: Pete Layton goes 5-6 against the Montreal Saints, with 2 RBI and 2 R.
Monday, April 22nd, 1929
RF Jimmy Endler of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Jim Broome of the Montreal Saints honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Pittsburgh Miners: Tom Hopkins goes 5-6 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 1 RBI and 3 R.
Sunday, April 21st, 1929
Detroit Dynamos: Roy Calfee pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Saturday, April 20th, 1929
Cleveland Foresters: Moxie Pidgeon goes 5-5 against the Philadelphia Sailors, with 1 2B, 3 RBI and 0 R.
Friday, April 19th, 1929
New York Gothams: Don Hoffman goes 5-6 against the Detroit Dynamos, with 1 3B, 4 RBI and 2 R.
Wednesday, April 17th, 1929
Baltimore Cannons: Buzz Ham pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 3 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Friday, October 19th, 1928
3B Joe Masters of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the 1928 FABL FA Whitney Award.
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Finished 2nd in 1928 FABL FA Whitney Award voting.
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Finished 3rd in 1928 FABL FA Whitney Award voting.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the 1928 FABL CA Whitney Award.
2B Pete Layton of the New York Stars honored: Finished 2nd in 1928 FABL CA Whitney Award voting.
3B John Lawson of the New York Stars honored: Finished 3rd in 1928 FABL CA Whitney Award voting.
Thursday, October 18th, 1928
SP Roy Calfee of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the 1928 FABL FA Allen Award.
SP Jim Smith of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Finished 2nd in 1928 FABL FA Allen Award voting.
SP Bill Morrill of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Finished 3rd in 1928 FABL FA Allen Award voting.
SP Johnny Davis of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the 1928 FABL CA Allen Award.
SP Wayne Robinson of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Finished 2nd in 1928 FABL CA Allen Award voting.
SP Rollie Beal of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Finished 3rd in 1928 FABL CA Allen Award voting.
Wednesday, October 10th, 1928
Chicago Chiefs: The owner took $1,147,273 in cash as profit for this year.
Philadelphia Keystones: The owner took $755,347 in cash as profit for this year.
Washington Eagles: The owner took $626,698 in cash as profit for this year.
New York Gothams: The owner took $766,513 in cash as profit for this year.
Pittsburgh Miners: The owner took $353,866 in cash as profit for this year.
St. Louis Pioneers: The owner took $237,773 in cash as profit for this year.
Boston Minutemen: The owner took $383,417 in cash as profit for this year.
Detroit Dynamos: The owner took $428,488 in cash as profit for this year.
Brooklyn Kings: The owner took $635,290 in cash as profit for this year.
Chicago Cougars: The owner took $618,157 in cash as profit for this year.
Cleveland Foresters: The owner took $629,401 in cash as profit for this year.
Montreal Saints: The owner took $319,633 in cash as profit for this year.
New York Stars: The owner took $572,678 in cash as profit for this year.
Philadelphia Sailors: The owner took $892,230 in cash as profit for this year.
Toronto Wolves: The owner took $464,641 in cash as profit for this year.
Baltimore Cannons: The owner took $541,717 in cash as profit for this year.
Monday, October 8th, 1928
C Alex Diaz of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the 1928 World Championship Series MVP Award.
Monday, October 1st, 1928
3B Joe Masters of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Tommy Russel of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Max Wilder of the Montreal Saints honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
RF Al Wheeler of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
SP Johnny Davis of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Sunday, September 30th, 1928
Cleveland Foresters: Wayne Robinson pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, September 28th, 1928
Boston Minutemen: Charlie Barry goes 5-5 against the Detroit Dynamos, with 1 2B, 1 RBI and 2 R.
Thursday, September 27th, 1928
Montreal Saints: Jim Broome hits for the CYCLE, going 4-5 against the Chicago Cougars, with 2 RBI and 1 runs scored.
Monday, September 24th, 1928
SP Tommy Russel of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
SP Max Wilder of the Montreal Saints honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, September 23rd, 1928
Washington Eagles: Tommy Russel pitches a 9-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Saturday, September 22nd, 1928
New York Gothams: Steve Castellini pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: Dan Waldman pitches a 5-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, September 20th, 1928
Washington Eagles: Skinny Foster pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 3 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Wednesday, September 19th, 1928
Baltimore Cannons: Bob Miller pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 4 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, September 17th, 1928
RF Chick Prendergast of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
C Joe Welch of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Montreal Saints: Max Wilder pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 4 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Saturday, September 15th, 1928
Pittsburgh Miners: Bill Morrill pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 4 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Thursday, September 13th, 1928
Brooklyn Kings: Clarence Flanders pitches a 7-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Joe Welch goes 5-5 against the Montreal Saints, with 2 2B, 1 HR, 2 RBI and 3 R.
Wednesday, September 12th, 1928
Toronto Wolves: Birdie Smith pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 4 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Monday, September 10th, 1928
LF Homer Krajewski of the Boston Minutemen honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Charlie Powell of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, September 9th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Bob Ames pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 3 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Saturday, September 8th, 1928
Toronto Wolves: Birdie Smith pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Cleveland Foresters: Jack Mast pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Tuesday, September 4th, 1928
Philadelphia Sailors: William Jones pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Monday, September 3rd, 1928
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Saturday, September 1st, 1928
LF Carlos Cano of the New York Gothams honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Jim Smith of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Johnny Davis of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
RF Al Wheeler of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Tuesday, August 28th, 1928
Chicago Chiefs: Jim Hampton goes 5-7 against the Pittsburgh Miners, with 0 RBI and 3 R.
Monday, August 27th, 1928
LF Jim Hampton of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Ron McDougle of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, August 26th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Roy Calfee pitches a 10-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Saturday, August 25th, 1928
Boston Minutemen: Dick Alexander pitches a 6-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, August 24th, 1928
Philadelphia Sailors: Rollie Beal pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Detroit Dynamos: Bob Ames pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 4 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Bob Miller pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 6 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Thursday, August 23rd, 1928
Chicago Chiefs: Al Wood pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Wednesday, August 22nd, 1928
St. Louis Pioneers: Rolla Puckett pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Tuesday, August 21st, 1928
Baltimore Cannons: Rabbit Day pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, August 20th, 1928
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Doug Lightbody of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Saturday, August 18th, 1928
Cleveland Foresters: Bob Lawrence pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 4 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Friday, August 17th, 1928
Philadelphia Keystones: Dick Miner pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 3 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Thursday, August 16th, 1928
Philadelphia Keystones: Bill Ross pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 5 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 0-3 against the Boston Minutemen, ending his hitting streak at 29 games.
Wednesday, August 15th, 1928
Pittsburgh Miners: Jim Smith pitches a 3-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 1 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: Dick Walker goes 5-5 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 1 2B, 2 RBI and 2 R.
Monday, August 13th, 1928
LF Carlos Cano of the New York Gothams honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
New York Gothams: Bill Parker pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
New York Gothams: Carlos Cano goes 0-3 against the Pittsburgh Miners, ending his hitting streak at 26 games.
Sunday, August 12th, 1928
Chicago Cougars: Dick Lyons pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
New York Gothams: Carlos Cano goes 1-3 against the Detroit Dynamos, extending his hitting streak to 25 games!
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 1-4 against the New York Gothams, extending his hitting streak to 25 games!
Saturday, August 11th, 1928
Baltimore Cannons: Rabbit Day pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 6 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Brooklyn Kings: Ab Thomas goes 0-4 against the Baltimore Cannons, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
Toronto Wolves: Don Cannaday records his 200th career win!
Monday, August 6th, 1928
1B Johnny Rasberry of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Philadelphia Sailors: Tom Taylor hits three home runs against the Brooklyn Kings, going 4-5 with 4 RBI and 3 runs scored!
Sunday, August 5th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 1-3 against the Washington Eagles, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
New York Gothams: Carlos Cano goes 1-3 against the Pittsburgh Miners, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Friday, August 3rd, 1928
Pittsburgh Miners: George Simpson goes 5-6 against the Detroit Dynamos, with 3 2B, 3 RBI and 3 R.
Chicago Cougars: Babe Wilder pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, August 2nd, 1928
Philadelphia Sailors: Tom Taylor sets the CA regular season game record for home runs with 3.
Philadelphia Sailors: Tom Taylor hits three home runs against the New York Stars, going 3-5 with 4 RBI and 3 runs scored!
Philadelphia Keystones: Jimmy Endler goes 5-7 against the St. Louis Pioneers, with 1 2B, 1 3B, 2 RBI and 2 R.
Wednesday, August 1st, 1928
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
2B Pete Layton of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Tommy Russel of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Buzz Ham of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
1B Frank Shafer of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
SP Buzz Ham of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Philadelphia Sailors: Dan Waldman pitches a 8-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, July 30th, 1928
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Doug Lightbody of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Philadelphia Keystones: Bill Ross pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Chicago Cougars: Cotton Taylor pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Saturday, July 28th, 1928
Boston Minutemen: Ernie Henderson pitches a 3-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
St. Louis Pioneers: Bill Hathaway pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 3 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Friday, July 27th, 1928
Philadelphia Sailors: Johnny Davis pitches a 1-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 2 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Chicago Chiefs: Norm Austin pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Tuesday, July 24th, 1928
Philadelphia Keystones: Red Adwell pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Monday, July 23rd, 1928
1B Frank Shafer of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Dave Trowbridge of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Washington Eagles: The Washington Eagles have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Rebuild'
Philadelphia Sailors: Earl Lambert goes 5-5 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 2 2B, 1 3B, 1 RBI and 2 R.
Sunday, July 22nd, 1928
Toronto Wolves: Birdie Smith pitches a 5-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Friday, July 20th, 1928
St. Louis Pioneers: Joe Marett pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 4 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Grant Conley goes 0-4 against the Cleveland Foresters, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
Wednesday, July 18th, 1928
Pittsburgh Miners: Marco Ramirez pitches a 5-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 3 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Monday, July 16th, 1928
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Lou Kelly of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
New York Gothams: Jim Lonardo pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 6 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
St. Louis Pioneers: Rolla Puckett pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Thursday, July 12th, 1928
Philadelphia Sailors: Walter Pelfrey pitches a 5-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 1 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Tuesday, July 10th, 1928
Boston Minutemen: Jake Duke goes 0-3 against the St. Louis Pioneers, ending his hitting streak at 21 games.
Monday, July 9th, 1928
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
C Joe Welch of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Pittsburgh Miners: The Pittsburgh Miners have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Win Now!'
Boston Minutemen: Jake Duke goes 1-4 against the New York Gothams, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Cleveland Foresters: Bob Lawrence pitches a 6-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 5 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Keystones: Phil Sandman goes 5-5 against the St. Louis Pioneers, with 3 RBI and 0 R.
Saturday, July 7th, 1928
St. Louis Pioneers: Max Morris launches his 400th career home run!
Chicago Chiefs: Ruben Reyes pitches a 9-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Friday, July 6th, 1928
Chicago Chiefs: Norm Austin pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 5 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Wednesday, July 4th, 1928
Philadelphia Sailors: Denny Wren pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, July 2nd, 1928
1B Henry Jones of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Chicago Cougars: The Chicago Cougars have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Rebuild'
Philadelphia Keystones: Rube Frazier pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 2 strikeouts and 9 BB allowed!
Sunday, July 1st, 1928
3B Joe Masters of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
RF Tom Taylor of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Ruben Reyes of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Johnny Davis of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
SP Johnny Davis of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Boston Minutemen: Ray Allen pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Saturday, June 30th, 1928
St. Louis Pioneers: Marv Forster pitches a 5-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: Walter Pelfrey pitches a 1-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Thursday, June 28th, 1928
Philadelphia Sailors: Dan Waldman pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 1 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Monday, June 25th, 1928
RF Jimmy Endler of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Dave Trowbridge of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
New York Stars: The New York Stars have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Build a Dynasty!'
Saturday, June 23rd, 1928
Brooklyn Kings: Topsy Moran pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 3 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Cleveland Foresters: Jack Mast pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 4 strikeouts and 6 BB allowed!
Chicago Cougars: Johnny Douglas pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Tuesday, June 19th, 1928
Washington Eagles: Tommy Russel pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Monday, June 18th, 1928
3B Joe Masters of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Mike Taylor of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Baltimore Cannons: Oscar Jefferson pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 7 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Sunday, June 17th, 1928
Montreal Saints: Charlie Stedman pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 7 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, June 15th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Bob Ames pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 7 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
New York Gothams: Moxie Nelson pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 5 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, June 14th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 0-4 against the Pittsburgh Miners, ending his hitting streak at 37 games.
Montreal Saints: Max Wilder pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Wednesday, June 13th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Roy Calfee pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Tuesday, June 12th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 1-4 against the Washington Eagles, extending his hitting streak to 35 games!
Chicago Chiefs: Ruben Reyes pitches a 1-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 1 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Monday, June 11th, 1928
LF Jim Hampton of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
SP Jack Barnet of the Montreal Saints honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
St. Louis Pioneers: The St. Louis Pioneers have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Win Now!'
Detroit Dynamos: Benny Jones pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 0 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Toronto Wolves: Don Summers goes 5-5 against the Baltimore Cannons, with 1 2B, 1 3B, 2 RBI and 1 R.
Sunday, June 10th, 1928
Montreal Saints: Max Wilder pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Boston Minutemen: Ray Allen pitches a 2-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 4 strikeouts and 7 BB allowed!
Saturday, June 9th, 1928
Montreal Saints: Charlie Stedman pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Friday, June 8th, 1928
Brooklyn Kings: Cal Williams pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Cleveland Foresters: Joe Perret goes 0-4 against the Brooklyn Kings, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
Thursday, June 7th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 3-4 against the Philadelphia Keystones, extending his hitting streak to 30 games!
Wednesday, June 6th, 1928
Philadelphia Sailors: David Merchant goes 5-6 against the Baltimore Cannons, with 3 3B, 6 RBI and 3 R.
Monday, June 4th, 1928
3B Joe Masters of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Joe Perret of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Chicago Chiefs: The Chicago Chiefs have announced that they set their team focus from 'Rebuild' to 'Neutral'
Montreal Saints: Jack Barnet pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Sunday, June 3rd, 1928
Philadelphia Keystones: Rankin Kellogg goes 0-5 against the New York Gothams, ending his hitting streak at 28 games.
Saturday, June 2nd, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 2-4 against the Boston Minutemen, extending his hitting streak to 25 games!
Friday, June 1st, 1928
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
2B Pete Layton of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Roy Calfee of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Willie Couillard of the Toronto Wolves honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
LF Joe Perret of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Wednesday, May 30th, 1928
Philadelphia Keystones: Rankin Kellogg goes 1-4 against the Washington Eagles, extending his hitting streak to 25 games!
Montreal Saints: Joe Fix goes 5-5 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 3 2B, 1 3B, 1 RBI and 1 R.
Cleveland Foresters: Ron McDougle goes 0-4 against the Chicago Cougars, ending his hitting streak at 22 games.
New York Stars: Dick Richards pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Monday, May 28th, 1928
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
3B John Lawson of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Cleveland Foresters: Ron McDougle goes 3-5 against the Chicago Cougars, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Pittsburgh Miners: Tom Hopkins goes 5-5 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 RBI and 3 R.
Sunday, May 27th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Frank Vance goes 2-4 against the St. Louis Pioneers, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Saturday, May 26th, 1928
Baltimore Cannons: Ken Carpenter pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Lou Kelly goes 0-4 against the Brooklyn Kings, ending his hitting streak at 21 games.
Friday, May 25th, 1928
Baltimore Cannons: Lou Kelly goes 1-4 against the Brooklyn Kings, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Philadelphia Keystones: Rankin Kellogg goes 2-3 against the Pittsburgh Miners, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, May 21st, 1928
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Lou Kelly of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Saturday, May 19th, 1928
Brooklyn Kings: Willie Jackson goes 5-5 against the Cleveland Foresters, with 2 2B, 5 RBI and 2 R.
Friday, May 18th, 1928
Chicago Chiefs: Joe Masters goes 5-5 against the Pittsburgh Miners, with 2 RBI and 2 R.
Tuesday, May 15th, 1928
Philadelphia Sailors: Walter Pelfrey pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 1 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, May 14th, 1928
3B Joe Masters of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Lou Kelly of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, May 13th, 1928
Toronto Wolves: Willie Couillard pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 4 strikeouts and 5 BB allowed!
Montreal Saints: Joe Fix hits for the CYCLE, going 4-4 against the Chicago Cougars, with 2 RBI and 2 runs scored.
Saturday, May 12th, 1928
Boston Minutemen: Ernie Henderson pitches a 5-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 1 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
St. Louis Pioneers: Bob Marceaux goes 0-4 against the Boston Minutemen, ending his hitting streak at 22 games.
Thursday, May 10th, 1928
Boston Minutemen: Charlie Barry goes 0-2 against the Chicago Chiefs, ending his hitting streak at 22 games.
Toronto Wolves: Don Cannaday pitches a 6-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 3 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Wednesday, May 9th, 1928
St. Louis Pioneers: Bob Marceaux goes 1-4 against the Pittsburgh Miners, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Chicago Cougars: Dick Lyons pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Tuesday, May 8th, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Roy Calfee pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
St. Louis Pioneers: Jimmy Clinch pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Boston Minutemen: Charlie Barry goes 1-4 against the Chicago Chiefs, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, May 7th, 1928
3B Joe Masters of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
2B Pete Layton of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Philadelphia Keystones: Bill Ross pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 6 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Abel Man goes 5-6 against the Philadelphia Sailors, with 2 RBI and 1 R.
Saturday, May 5th, 1928
Cleveland Foresters: Bob Lawrence pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 6 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Brooklyn Kings: Harvey Rodgers pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Wednesday, May 2nd, 1928
Detroit Dynamos: Ernie Miller pitches a 3-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Tuesday, May 1st, 1928
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
LF Joe Perret of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Bill Morrill of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Birdie Smith of the Toronto Wolves honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
LF Joe Perret of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Brooklyn Kings: Mose Smith pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, April 30th, 1928
3B Frank Vance of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Joe Perret of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Detroit Dynamos: Bob Ames pitches a 5-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 2 strikeouts and 6 BB allowed!
Saturday, April 28th, 1928
Boston Minutemen: Ernie Henderson pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Toronto Wolves: Don Summers goes 5-5 against the Chicago Cougars, with 2 RBI and 1 R.
Friday, April 27th, 1928
Brooklyn Kings: Leon Campbell pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Wednesday, April 25th, 1928
Montreal Saints: Charlie Rector goes 5-5 against the Baltimore Cannons, with 1 2B, 1 RBI and 0 R.
Tuesday, April 24th, 1928
Philadelphia Keystones: Claude Castaneda goes 0-4 against the Washington Eagles, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
Monday, April 23rd, 1928
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
SP Charlie Stedman of the Montreal Saints honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Saturday, April 21st, 1928
Pittsburgh Miners: Doc Nowack goes 6-6 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 1 RBI and 1 R.
Friday, April 20th, 1928
New York Gothams: John Kincaid goes 0-5 against the St. Louis Pioneers, ending his hitting streak at 21 games.
Thursday, April 19th, 1928
New York Gothams: John Kincaid goes 1-3 against the St. Louis Pioneers, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Wednesday, April 18th, 1928
Washington Eagles: Harry Horn pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Chicago Chiefs: Al Wood pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Tuesday, April 17th, 1928
New York Gothams: John Kincaid hits for the CYCLE, going 4-4 against the Detroit Dynamos, with 4 RBI and 3 runs scored.
Monday, April 16th, 1928
1B Henry Jones of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Joe Perret of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Montreal Saints: Charlie Stedman pitches a 3-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Toronto Wolves: Bert Flores pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Friday, April 13th, 1928
Pittsburgh Miners: Bill Morrill pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Boston Minutemen: Wilbur Laramee pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Thursday, April 12th, 1928
Cleveland Foresters: Wayne Robinson pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 8 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Tuesday, April 10th, 1928
Washington Eagles: Art Simmons goes 0-3 against the Boston Minutemen, ending his hitting streak at 23 games.
Saturday, October 22nd, 1927
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the 1927 FABL FA Whitney Award.
1B Bud Jameson of the New York Gothams honored: Finished 2nd in 1927 FABL FA Whitney Award voting.
C T.R. Goins of the Washington Eagles honored: Finished 3rd in 1927 FABL FA Whitney Award voting.
RF Doug Lightbody of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the 1927 FABL CA Whitney Award.
SS Joe Standish of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Finished 2nd in 1927 FABL CA Whitney Award voting.
CF David Merchant of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Finished 3rd in 1927 FABL CA Whitney Award voting.
Friday, October 21st, 1927
SP Jimmy Clinch of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the 1927 FABL FA Allen Award.
SP Bill Ross of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Finished 2nd in 1927 FABL FA Allen Award voting.
SP Delos Dunn of the New York Gothams honored: Finished 3rd in 1927 FABL FA Allen Award voting.
SP Mose Smith of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the 1927 FABL CA Allen Award.
SP Bob Lawrence of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Finished 2nd in 1927 FABL CA Allen Award voting.
SP Leon Campbell of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Finished 3rd in 1927 FABL CA Allen Award voting.
Thursday, October 13th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: The owner took $784,817 in cash as profit for this year.
Philadelphia Keystones: The owner took $724,052 in cash as profit for this year.
Washington Eagles: The owner took $754,095 in cash as profit for this year.
New York Gothams: The owner took $810,177 in cash as profit for this year.
Pittsburgh Miners: The owner took $228,961 in cash as profit for this year.
St. Louis Pioneers: The owner took $425,669 in cash as profit for this year.
Boston Minutemen: The owner took $285,655 in cash as profit for this year.
Detroit Dynamos: The owner took $387,338 in cash as profit for this year.
Brooklyn Kings: The owner took $892,451 in cash as profit for this year.
Chicago Cougars: The owner took $758,954 in cash as profit for this year.
Cleveland Foresters: The owner took $643,970 in cash as profit for this year.
Montreal Saints: The owner took $370,918 in cash as profit for this year.
New York Stars: The owner took $628,554 in cash as profit for this year.
Philadelphia Sailors: The owner took $679,187 in cash as profit for this year.
Toronto Wolves: The owner took $629,105 in cash as profit for this year.
Baltimore Cannons: The owner took $693,767 in cash as profit for this year.
Tuesday, October 11th, 1927
Philadelphia Keystones: Rube Frazier pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 4 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
SP Rube Frazier of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the 1927 World Championship Series MVP Award.
Monday, October 10th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Lou Garman sets the CA playoff game record for bases on balls with 4.
Brooklyn Kings: Cal Williams pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Monday, October 3rd, 1927
Philadelphia Keystones: Bill Ross pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Saturday, October 1st, 1927
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
SS Joe Standish of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Bill Jenkins of the Boston Minutemen honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Don Cannaday of the Toronto Wolves honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Bill Jenkins of the Boston Minutemen honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
3B John Wilder of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Chicago Cougars: John Dibblee gets his 3500th career hit!
Friday, September 30th, 1927
Washington Eagles: Art Simmons goes 1-6 against the Philadelphia Keystones, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, September 26th, 1927
C Curt Squillante of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
3B John Wilder of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Monday, September 19th, 1927
1B Dan Brady of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Bud Rogers of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
New York Gothams: Delos Dunn pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Thursday, September 15th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Ab Thomas goes 5-6 against the Chicago Cougars, with 5 RBI and 3 R.
Wednesday, September 14th, 1927
St. Louis Pioneers: Art Charles goes 0-4 against the Boston Minutemen, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
Tuesday, September 13th, 1927
New York Gothams: John Kincaid goes 5-5 against the Washington Eagles, with 1 3B, 0 RBI and 3 R.
Monday, September 12th, 1927
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
SS Joe Standish of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Brooklyn Kings: Bud Rogers goes 5-6 against the Toronto Wolves, with 3 2B, 6 RBI and 3 R.
Tuesday, September 6th, 1927
Toronto Wolves: Barry Wood pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 6 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Keystones: Bert Henggeler pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Detroit Dynamos: Eddie David goes 0-3 against the St. Louis Pioneers, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
Washington Eagles: Harry Horn pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Monday, September 5th, 1927
1B Bob Scholer of the Boston Minutemen honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
3B Bill Johnson of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, September 4th, 1927
Montreal Saints: Max Wilder pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, September 1st, 1927
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
C Joe Welch of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Norm Austin of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Charlie Stedman of the Montreal Saints honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
CF Tony Henderson of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
C Joe Welch of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Tuesday, August 30th, 1927
New York Stars: Luke Smith pitches a 1-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, August 29th, 1927
SS Mike Pierce of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Lou Garman of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Wednesday, August 24th, 1927
New York Gothams: Bud Jameson hits for the CYCLE, going 4-5 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 3 RBI and 2 runs scored.
Monday, August 22nd, 1927
2B Moe Davis of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
C Joe Welch of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Brooklyn Kings: Leon Campbell pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Keystones: Rankin Kellogg goes 5-5 against the Detroit Dynamos, with 1 2B, 3 RBI and 2 R.
Sunday, August 21st, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: Denny Wren pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 0 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Saturday, August 20th, 1927
Washington Eagles: T.R. Goins goes 5-6 against the New York Gothams, with 1 2B, 2 RBI and 1 R.
Friday, August 19th, 1927
New York Gothams: Tony Martinez pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 7 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Keystones: Eddie Hogan goes 5-6 against the Chicago Chiefs, with 1 RBI and 2 R.
Thursday, August 18th, 1927
Montreal Saints: Frank Ellison pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 5 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Wednesday, August 17th, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: Austin Bernal pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 8 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Monday, August 15th, 1927
RF Rusty Shearer of the New York Gothams honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
CF David Merchant of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, August 14th, 1927
Detroit Dynamos: Roy Calfee pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Thursday, August 11th, 1927
Montreal Saints: Al Allen pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 2 strikeouts and 6 BB allowed!
Cleveland Foresters: Danny Clark goes 5-6 against the Chicago Cougars, with 2 2B, 1 RBI and 4 R.
Wednesday, August 10th, 1927
Washington Eagles: Ed Morse pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 5 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Monday, August 8th, 1927
CF Lee Smith of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Mack Zimmerman of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, August 7th, 1927
Washington Eagles: Tommy Russel pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Tuesday, August 2nd, 1927
Toronto Wolves: Willie Couillard pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Brooklyn Kings: Mose Smith pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 0 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, August 1st, 1927
LF Cy Lynch of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
SP Leon Campbell of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
2B Bill Ashbaugh of the Chicago Cougars honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Archie Dickey of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Oscar Jefferson of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Archie Dickey of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
2B Bill Ashbaugh of the Chicago Cougars honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Saturday, July 30th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: Bill Jenkins pitches a 6-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 7 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Friday, July 29th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Norm Austin pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Thursday, July 28th, 1927
St. Louis Pioneers: Benny Rice goes 0-3 against the Philadelphia Keystones, ending his hitting streak at 23 games.
Montreal Saints: Jim Broome goes 5-5 against the Chicago Cougars, with 2 2B, 2 RBI and 2 R.
Chicago Cougars: Gary Sanders goes 5-6 against the Montreal Saints, with 1 RBI and 1 R.
Wednesday, July 27th, 1927
Washington Eagles: T.R. Goins goes 0-4 against the Chicago Chiefs, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
Philadelphia Keystones: Eddie Hogan goes 0-5 against the St. Louis Pioneers, ending his hitting streak at 21 games.
Tuesday, July 26th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Leon Campbell pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 3 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Keystones: Eddie Hogan goes 3-5 against the St. Louis Pioneers, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, July 25th, 1927
RF Oscar Bering of the Washington Eagles honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
CF David Merchant of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Toronto Wolves: Willie Couillard pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 0 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
New York Gothams: Bill Parker pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 1 strikeouts and 7 BB allowed!
Sunday, July 24th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Put Al Wood on the trading block.
Chicago Cougars: Gary Sanders goes 5-5 against the Brooklyn Kings, with 2 RBI and 0 R.
Boston Minutemen: Alfred Cass goes 5-5 against the New York Gothams, with 1 2B, 2 RBI and 1 R.
St. Louis Pioneers: Benny Rice goes 3-5 against the Washington Eagles, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Saturday, July 23rd, 1927
Toronto Wolves: Birdie Smith pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 9 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: Austin Bernal pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Baltimore Cannons with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Tuesday, July 19th, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: George Muraro goes 5-6 against the New York Stars, with 1 RBI and 4 R.
Monday, July 18th, 1927
2B Eddie Hogan of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
CF David Merchant of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, July 17th, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: Jim Smith pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Saturday, July 16th, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: Carl Mellen pitches a 7-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 1 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: John White pitches a 8-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Thursday, July 14th, 1927
Montreal Saints: Frank Ellison pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Cleveland Foresters: Felix Bradfield goes 0-3 against the Montreal Saints, ending his hitting streak at 24 games.
Wednesday, July 13th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Leon Campbell pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 1 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, July 11th, 1927
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
2B Bill Ashbaugh of the Chicago Cougars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Chicago Chiefs: Put Bob Meek on the trading block.
Chicago Chiefs: Put Lou Felkel on the trading block.
Chicago Chiefs: Put Kenny Chase on the trading block.
Chicago Chiefs: Put Johnny Rasberry on the trading block.
Detroit Dynamos: Cy Lynch goes 5-5 against the Washington Eagles, with 1 RBI and 3 R.
Sunday, July 10th, 1927
Toronto Wolves: Barry Wood pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 3 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Saturday, July 9th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Al Wood pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 4 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: Austin Bernal pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 0 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Cleveland Foresters: Felix Bradfield goes 1-5 against the New York Stars, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Friday, July 8th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: Oscar Jefferson pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 8 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Wednesday, July 6th, 1927
Montreal Saints: Cat Spanos pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Brooklyn Kings with 1 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, July 4th, 1927
LF Carlos Cano of the New York Gothams honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Phil Sandman of the Montreal Saints honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, July 3rd, 1927
St. Louis Pioneers: Eddie Hite pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Chicago Chiefs with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, July 1st, 1927
1B Bud Jameson of the New York Gothams honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
SS Joe Standish of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Norm Austin of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Oscar Jefferson of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
LF Tom Hopkins of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
3B Hank Bullock of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Thursday, June 30th, 1927
New York Gothams: Bill Ketterman pitches a 10-hit shutout against the Detroit Dynamos with 3 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Monday, June 27th, 1927
LF Jim Hampton of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Bud Rogers of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, June 26th, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: Doc Nowack goes 5-6 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 1 3B, 1 HR, 4 RBI and 6 R.
Chicago Chiefs: Bert Hartman goes 5-5 against the New York Gothams, with 1 2B, 1 3B, 3 RBI and 1 R.
Saturday, June 25th, 1927
Chicago Cougars: Dick Lyons pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
St. Louis Pioneers: Max Morris gets his 2000th career hit!
Friday, June 24th, 1927
Washington Eagles: Tommy Russel pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Washington Eagles: Glenn Morrison hits for the CYCLE, going 4-5 against the Boston Minutemen, with 2 RBI and 3 runs scored.
Thursday, June 23rd, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: Doc Nowack goes 0-4 against the Washington Eagles, ending his hitting streak at 29 games.
Wednesday, June 22nd, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: Austin Bernal pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Tuesday, June 21st, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Mike Pierce goes 0-3 against the St. Louis Pioneers, ending his hitting streak at 33 games.
Monday, June 20th, 1927
2B Moe Davis of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Mack Zimmerman of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Philadelphia Keystones: Ben Lloyd pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Saturday, June 18th, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: Doc Nowack goes 2-5 against the Chicago Chiefs, extending his hitting streak to 25 games!
Baltimore Cannons: Ken Carpenter pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Friday, June 17th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Ab Thomas goes 0-4 against the Cleveland Foresters, ending his hitting streak at 20 games.
New York Stars: Sammy Butler pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Chicago Chiefs: Mike Pierce goes 4-4 against the Pittsburgh Miners, extending his hitting streak to 30 games!
Thursday, June 16th, 1927
New York Gothams: Ed Ziehl hits for the CYCLE, going 4-4 against the Washington Eagles, with 4 RBI and 2 runs scored.
Baltimore Cannons: Bill Johnson goes 0-5 against the Philadelphia Sailors, ending his hitting streak at 28 games.
Monday, June 13th, 1927
LF Cy Lynch of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
3B Jim Cator of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Washington Eagles: The Washington Eagles have announced that they set their team focus from 'Win Now!' to 'Neutral'
New York Stars: The New York Stars have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Win Now!'
Baltimore Cannons: Bill Johnson goes 2-5 against the Cleveland Foresters, extending his hitting streak to 25 games!
Pittsburgh Miners: Doc Nowack goes 3-4 against the New York Gothams, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Sunday, June 12th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: Dutch Leverett pitches a 3-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Chicago Chiefs: Mike Pierce goes 1-5 against the Washington Eagles, extending his hitting streak to 25 games!
Saturday, June 11th, 1927
Detroit Dynamos: Mel Strom pitches a 8-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
New York Stars: Pete Scanlon pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 1 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Friday, June 10th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: Ken Carpenter pitches a 9-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 0 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Philadelphia Sailors: John White pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Wednesday, June 8th, 1927
St. Louis Pioneers: Marv Forster pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Bill Johnson goes 2-5 against the Toronto Wolves, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Tuesday, June 7th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Mike Pierce goes 1-5 against the Philadelphia Keystones, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, June 6th, 1927
1B Bud Jameson of the New York Gothams honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
LF Ace Adlon of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Chicago Chiefs: The Chicago Chiefs have announced that they set their team focus from 'Win Now!' to 'Rebuild'
Pittsburgh Miners: The Pittsburgh Miners have announced that they set their team focus from 'Rebuild' to 'Neutral'
St. Louis Pioneers: The St. Louis Pioneers have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Win Now!'
Baltimore Cannons: The Baltimore Cannons have announced that they set their team focus from 'Neutral' to 'Win Now!'
Friday, June 3rd, 1927
Montreal Saints: Wayne Robinson pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 4 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Chicago Chiefs: Norm Austin pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Boston Minutemen with 4 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Wednesday, June 1st, 1927
1B Rankin Kellogg of the Philadelphia Keystones honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
RF Doug Lightbody of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Mel Strom of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Karl Clasby of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
LF Tom Hopkins of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
3B Jake Moore of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Monday, May 30th, 1927
3B Paul Gould of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
SS Joe Standish of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Philadelphia Keystones: Dick Miner pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Friday, May 27th, 1927
Detroit Dynamos: Mel Strom pitches a 10-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 4 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Toronto Wolves: Henry Fischer pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 4 strikeouts and 5 BB allowed!
Wednesday, May 25th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Clarence Flanders pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Brooklyn Kings: Mickey Dowell goes 0-2 against the New York Stars, ending his hitting streak at 21 games.
Tuesday, May 24th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Mickey Dowell goes 2-4 against the New York Stars, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, May 23rd, 1927
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
CF Gordie Loftus of the New York Stars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Wednesday, May 18th, 1927
Detroit Dynamos: Roy Calfee pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Keystones with 3 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Montreal Saints: Mike Vonderheide pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 4 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Toronto Wolves: Willie Couillard records his 200th career win!
Tuesday, May 17th, 1927
Toronto Wolves: Barry Wood pitches a 7-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Monday, May 16th, 1927
LF Art Charles of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Hal Turner of the Chicago Cougars honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Philadelphia Keystones: Bill Ross pitches a 2-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 3 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Saturday, May 14th, 1927
Toronto Wolves: Birdie Smith pitches a 3-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Friday, May 13th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Al Wood from the trading block.
New York Gothams: Bill Parker pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 0 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Thursday, May 12th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Put Chick Savidge on the trading block.
Tuesday, May 10th, 1927
Chicago Cougars: Danny Goff records his 250th career win!
Philadelphia Keystones: Bill Ross pitches a 7-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 6 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Baltimore Cannons: Rabbit Day pitches a 7-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 3 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Monday, May 9th, 1927
RF Max Morris of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
RF Doug Lightbody of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Detroit Dynamos: Mel Strom pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Sunday, May 8th, 1927
St. Louis Pioneers: Jimmy Clinch pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Washington Eagles with 0 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Saturday, May 7th, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: Walter Pelfrey pitches a 10-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 4 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Thursday, May 5th, 1927
Philadelphia Sailors: Rollie Beal pitches a 2-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 3 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Chicago Chiefs: Al Wood pitches a 1-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 0 strikeouts and 4 BB allowed!
Wednesday, May 4th, 1927
Boston Minutemen: Jack Holland pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 1 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Tuesday, May 3rd, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Lloyd Carter goes 5-5 against the Montreal Saints, with 2 2B, 2 RBI and 1 R.
Monday, May 2nd, 1927
LF Jim Hampton of the Chicago Chiefs honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
SS Tom Roberts of the Toronto Wolves honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, May 1st, 1927
1B Bud Jameson of the New York Gothams honored: Wins the FABL FA Batter of the Month Award.
RF Doug Lightbody of the Brooklyn Kings honored: Wins the FABL CA Batter of the Month Award.
SP Jimmy Clinch of the St. Louis Pioneers honored: Wins the FABL FA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Birdie Smith of the Toronto Wolves honored: Wins the FABL CA Pitcher of the Month Award.
SP Bill Ketterman of the New York Gothams honored: Wins the FABL FA Rookie of the Month Award.
SS Don Ward of the Cleveland Foresters honored: Wins the FABL CA Rookie of the Month Award.
Saturday, April 30th, 1927
Baltimore Cannons: Oscar Jefferson pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Montreal Saints with 2 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Toronto Wolves: Birdie Smith pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Cleveland Foresters with 2 strikeouts and 1 BB allowed!
Pittsburgh Miners: John Barber goes 5-5 against the Washington Eagles, with 1 2B, 1 HR, 4 RBI and 2 R.
Monday, April 25th, 1927
LF Cy Lynch of the Detroit Dynamos honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
1B Doc Woods of the Baltimore Cannons honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Friday, April 22nd, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Kenny Chase from the trading block.
Washington Eagles: George Clark goes 0-3 against the Boston Minutemen, ending his hitting streak at 22 games.
Pittsburgh Miners: Clint Casstevens goes 5-5 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 1 2B, 1 HR, 4 RBI and 1 R.
Thursday, April 21st, 1927
Cleveland Foresters: Bob Lawrence pitches a 5-hit shutout against the Philadelphia Sailors with 6 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Wednesday, April 20th, 1927
New York Gothams: John Reay pitches a 6-hit shutout against the St. Louis Pioneers with 5 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Tuesday, April 19th, 1927
Washington Eagles: George Clark goes 1-4 against the Pittsburgh Miners, extending his hitting streak to 20 games!
Monday, April 18th, 1927
2B Eddie Andrews of the Pittsburgh Miners honored: Wins the FABL FA Player of the Week Award.
2B Larry Craig of the Philadelphia Sailors honored: Wins the FABL CA Player of the Week Award.
Sunday, April 17th, 1927
Brooklyn Kings: Lou Garman goes 5-5 against the Baltimore Cannons, with 2 2B, 2 RBI and 3 R.
Saturday, April 16th, 1927
Washington Eagles: Ed Morse pitches a 6-hit shutout against the Pittsburgh Miners with 3 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Brooklyn Kings: Leon Campbell pitches a 5-hit shutout against the New York Stars with 1 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Friday, April 15th, 1927
Pittsburgh Miners: Eddie Andrews goes 5-5 against the Philadelphia Keystones, with 2 RBI and 1 R.
Wednesday, April 13th, 1927
Chicago Cougars: Vince DaCosta pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Toronto Wolves with 2 strikeouts and 0 BB allowed!
Tuesday, April 12th, 1927
St. Louis Pioneers: Jimmy Clinch pitches a 4-hit shutout against the New York Gothams with 5 strikeouts and 2 BB allowed!
Toronto Wolves: Don Cannaday pitches a 4-hit shutout against the Chicago Cougars with 2 strikeouts and 3 BB allowed!
Monday, April 4th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Herb Bright from the trading block.
Tuesday, March 29th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Chick Savidge from the trading block.
Sunday, March 27th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Roger Stogsdill from the trading block.
Saturday, March 19th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Ralph Chase from the trading block.
Monday, March 14th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Lou Felkel from the trading block.
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Eddie Gaiser from the trading block.
Wednesday, March 2nd, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Alex Sattler from the trading block.
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Jay Moore from the trading block.
Thursday, February 24th, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Johnny Rasberry from the trading block.
Wednesday, February 23rd, 1927
Chicago Chiefs: Removed Bob Meek from the trading block.
Chicago Chiefs: Removed John Williams from the trading block.
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