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Mordecai Brown - Chronology

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1876 Born October 19 in Nyesville, Indiana
late 1890s Plays semi-professional baseball for Coxville, Indiana
1901 Pitches for Terre Haute (Three-I League)
1902 Pitches for Omaha (Western League)
1903 Signs with the St. Louis Cardinals (National League); marries Sallie Burgham
1904-12 Plays with the Chicago Cubs (National League); wins the pennant in 1906, 1907, 1908, and 1910
1906 Pitches a shutout in the World Series against Chicago White Sox
1907 Pitches a shutout in the World Series against Detroit Tigers
1908 Cubs win the pennant after famous makeup game with the Giants; Brown pitches a shutout in the World Series against Detroit Tigers
1913 Plays with the Cincinnati Reds (National League)
1914-15 Plays with the Federal League
1916 Plays with the Chicago Cubs (National League)
1917-18 Pitches for Columbus (International League)
1919-20 Player-manager for Terre Haute (Three-I League)
1920-45 Manages a filling station until retirement
1948 Dies in Terre Haute, Indiana
1949 Elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame (Cooperstown)
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