June 6, 1920
"Ivanhoe A.C. Slaughtered - New York, New York, June 11. - The Pennsylvania Red Caps won a (illegible)-cut slugfest from the fast Ivanhoe Athletic Club team at Ivanhoe Park, last Sunday by the score of 16 to 10. The visitors batted out a (illegible) of 16 hits, as (illegible) 14 for the home boys."
"At Ivanhoe Park - Pennsylvania Red Caps 3, Ivanhoe A.C. 5."
"Bacharach Giants on Top - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 6. - Four runs in the sixth was enough for Bacharach Giants to win from Pennsylvania Railroad Red Caps of New York here today, 7 to 3."
July 7, 1920
Atlantic City, NJ
"Bacharach Giants on Top - Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 7. - The Bacharach Giants won the second game of the series from the P.R.R. Red Caps of New York here today. Score 5 to 2."
July 25, 1920
"Red Caps Win and Lose - Brooklyn, New York, July 30. - The Pennsylvania Red Caps split even in a double-header last Sunday with the fast Ivanhoe A.C., losing the first by the shut-out route and taking the dinner engagement, 6 to 1. Both were well-played games."
"At Ivanhoe Park - Pennsylvania Red Caps 0, Ivanhoe Athletic Club 3. Second Game Pennsylvania Red Caps 6, Ivanhoe Athletic Club 1."
August 7, 1920
"Red Caps Tie Game - Pennsylvania Red Caps and Robins' Dry Dock team battled at Todd Field Saturday for eight innings, two a 3 to 3 tie, the game being called on account of rain. After trailing most of the way, William Parks's single, Deedy Crosson's sacrifice and Thomas's single, scoring William Parks, brought across the tying run in the eighth frame."
"At Todd Field - Pennsylvania Red Caps 3, Robins Dry Dock 3. Game called end eighth inning account rain."
August 8, 1920
Long Island, NY
"Stage 9th Inning Rally - Long Island City, August 20. - The Pennsylvania Red Caps won a clean-cut victory over the Springfields Sunday, score 6 to 5. The visitors were behind when they came to bat in the ninth; three singles, a free pass and a stolen base turned the trick."
August 14, 1920
"Each Win a Game - Brooklyn, New York, August 20. - The East New York Athletic Association and the Pennsylvania Red Caps split a twin bill at East New York Oval Saturday. The Red Caps copped the first by a run, score 4 to 3, and the local boys the (illegible) engagement 7 to 3. Ad Langford was the losing pitcher for the Caps."
East New York, NY
"At East New York (first game) - Pennsylvania Red Caps 4, East New York 3. Second game - Pennsylvania Red Caps 3, East New York 7."
August 15, 1920
Long Island City, NY
"At Recreation Park, Long Island City - Pennsylvania Red Caps 6, Springfields 5."
August 29, 1920
"Penn Red Caps in Even Break - Brooklyn, New York, September 3. - The Pennsylvania Red Caps broke even in a double engagement with the Ivanhoes Sunday, winning the first by the score of 4 to 3, dropping the dinner affair 6 to 3. Wiley, who hurled the early struggle, allowed the home boys seven hits."
"At Ivanhoe Park - Pennsylvania Red Caps 4, Ivanhoe Athletic Club 3."
"At Ivanhoe Park - Pennsylvania Red Caps 3, Ivanhoe Athletic Club 6."