1883: Brouthers won his second consecutive NL batting title with a .374 average and Galvin posted 46 wins
1884: Brouthers hit triples in four consecutive games, set a season team-record with 14 home runs, and Galvin won 46 games for the second year in a row. Galvin threw another no-hitter, on August 4. Two years after Foley, Jim O'Rourke became the fourth player in MLB history to hit for the cycle, on June 16.
1885: Brouthers hit .359, ending second in the NL batting race behind Roger Connor (.371)