On September 4, 1906, the New York Highlanders defeated the Boston Americans, 1-0, at Huntington Avenue Grounds in Boston. This game ended a streak in which New York played five consecutive doubleheaders in six days. Impressively, the Highlanders swept all of the twin bills, posting a record of 10-0 during the run.
Jack Chesbro of the Highlanders recorded his 41st win of the season on October 7, 1904 when he defeated Boston, 3-2. Chesbro’s 41 wins are the most in a single season by a pitcher in “modern era” major league baseball (the modern era defined as having begun in 1901).
April 20, 1903 was Opening Day at Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds in Boston, Massachusetts. 8,376 fans watched on as the Americans defeated the Athletics 9-4 in the morning game of a doubleheader. In the second game of the match-up, 27,658 fans witnessed an A’s victory, 10-7. This second contest featured future Hall of Fame pitchers Cy Young (of the Americans) and Eddie Plank (for the Athletics).
On July 12, 1901, Cy Young collected his 300th win as he leads the Boston Americans in a 5-3 victory over the A’s. In the game at Huntington Grounds in Boston, Young gave up only seven hits. He would ultimately collect 511 victories by the end of his career.