Bobby Mathews was the New York Mutuals primary pitcher and his record was twenty-one and thirty-four in 1876 (see total wins & losses above for why this is quite noteworthy). The only other game the Mutuals played was pitched by Terry Larkin who received the loss.
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Did you know that on May 13, 1876, Dick Higham of the Hartford Dark Blues hit into the first National League triple play versus the New York Mutuals?