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Old 09-27-2006, 09:08 PM
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Posted By: Brian Goldner

that Ed Reulbach threw shutouts, in both ends of a doubleheader against Brooklyn.

I believe that Kaiser Wilhelm and Jim Pastorius were the losing pitchers.

Incredible.

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Wow,I guess this shows how rusty I am on my trivia.I thought it was Kaiser Sosay and Jaco Pastorius.Impressive display none the less !! Talk about going both ways in football,this is a true testament to the early ball players and their stamina and longevity.

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Reulabch's team, the Chicago Cubs, went on to win their second consecutive world series.

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At least most of us can claim to have been alive when the last pitcher pitched both ends of a double header, Wilbur Wood. The way pitchers are coddled today, there is no way we will ever see this happen again. It also makes you wonder how pitchers survived on a 4 man rotation and no relief specialists.

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