1904 November

8th  Umpire Silk O’Loughlin runs for a state assembly seat as a Democrat and loses.

24th San Francisco beats Oakland, 2–1 behind James Whalen (32–23). Whalen ends the game with two shutout innings starting a 47 consecutive shutout inning streak through next season. The Oaks scored their lone run in the seventh inning. San Francisco wins the nitecap, 3–0.

25th Blame it on the long season. In a 6-4 loss to Los Angeles, Seattle SS Russ Hall commits 2 errors, his 118th and 119th of the year, a PCL record for most errors at any position. In two days, Seattle teammate George Van Haltren will go 1-for-3 in the season ender against Los Angeles. The veteran Van Haltren will end the year with 941 at bats, an organized baseball record.