» July 30, 1922:
The Giants send pitchers Fred Toney and Larry Benton to the Braves with $100,000 and bring back righthander Hugh McMillan. Toney refuses to report and stays in New York. When Benton develops into a consistent pitcher, the Giants will buy him back.
» June 12, 1927:
The Giants trade righthander Hugh McQuillan back to Boston with P Kent Greenfield and IF Doc Farrell for C Zack Taylor, IF Herb Thomas, and P Larry Benton.
» September 9, 1928:
At Ebbets Field, the Robins come from behind to edge the Giants, 3–2, behind Dazzy Vance. Harvey Hendrick dinks a 2-run homer in the 8th, off Larry Benton, to tie, and Jake Flowers singles with two out in the 9th to drive home the winner. The ecstatic fans respond by covering the field with straw hats.
» April 18, 1929:
In Philadelphia, the twice-deferred opener unfolds before a frigid 6,000 with the Giants handing the Quakers an 11–9 loss. For the first time in 15 years, the Giants dress at their hotel and taxi to the ball park. Lefty O'Doul bangs a pair of homers for Philley, while Hurst and Larry Benton, in relief of winning pitcher Hubbell, add round trippers for New York. Benton's comes in the Giants 6-run 9th, when the New Yorkers twice pull off successful double steals. Each time Phils catcher Virgil Davis fires the ball into CF.
» May 12, 1930:
The wind is blowing out at Wrigley Field as Giants P Larry Benton sets a modern major-league record (since tied several times) by surrendering six home runs in a game. Chicago spots New York a 14–0 lead and trails 14–4 when they add five runs on four home runs in the bottom of the 7th to tie the ML record. Clyde Beck drives in five runs as he and Cliff Heathcote each have two of the Cubs' homers. The Giants counter with three home runs including one by Larry Benton as the New Yorkers manage to hold on to win, 14–12. The victory goes to Benton, but New York will trade him in 10 days.
» May 21, 1930:
Cincinnati sends 2B Hugh Critz to the Giants for veteran P Larry Benton. Critz will prove a fine pickup for the Giants.
» August 4, 1931:
The Reds finally score, but lose to the Cubs, 4–2, in the first of two. Guy Bush beats Larry Benton. Chicago takes the nitecap, 7–3, behind Les Sweetland as Jack Ogden is pinned with the loss. Rookie OF Vince Barton has five hits in the two games, including a pair of homers in game 2.
» September 6, 1931: The visiting Cardinals tighten their hold on first place by shutting out the Reds twice, winning 3–0 and 7–0. Flint Rhem allows three hits in the opener to beat Si Johnson, then Syl Johnson wins the nitecap over Larry Benton. The Reds are credited with a triple play in the 2nd inning of game 2, going from LF Nick Cullop to C Lena Styles to 3B Joe Stripp to 2B Tony Cuccinello. Cooch's last out is a hidden ball trick and since the ball is never returned to the pitcher, a triple play is recorded.
» September 13, 1931:
After the Giants lose 1–0 to Larry Benton in the opener, Fat Freddie Fitzsimmons pitches New York to a 9–4 nitecap win over the Reds. Bill Terry contributes two doubles and two home runs in the win.