» May 27, 1934: Buck Newsom walks 11 batters but knocks the visiting Yankees out of first place with a 16–7 Browns win. Bruce Campbell helps Buck with a grand slam as the Brownies score eight runs in the 4th to pin the loss on Red Ruffing. Cleveland moves into the league lead.
» November 20, 1934: The Browns send good hitting Bruce Campbell to Cleveland for over-the-hill Johnny Burnett, P Bob Weiland, and cash. Weiland will go 0-2 with the Browns but resurface in 1937 for the Cards, where he'll do well.
» June 3, 1935: The Indians break a 4–4 tie by scoring a record seven runs in the 14th inning to beat the Red Sox, 11–4. The big blow is a grand slam by former Brownie Bruce Campbell.
» May 2, 1936: The Cleveland Indians leave Boston tonight for Washington under a medical injunction to take precautions against contagion from the spinal meningitis afflicting right fielder Bruce Campbell. The Indians, 7–3 winner today over Boston, will be allowed to play the Senators tomorrow, but every player is told to isolate himself from family and children for three weeks.
» May 27, 1936:
Cleveland OF Bruce Campbell is released from the hospital after a 3rd attack of spinal meningitis. Cleveland wins today, 12–2, over he Browns with Billy Sullivan collecting five safeties and Hal Trosky hitting his 10th home run, a triple, and single.
» July 2, 1936: Cleveland OF Bruce Campbell, recently returned from a bout with spinal meningitis, goes 6-for-6 in the first game of a doubleheader. He singles in his first AB in the nightcap. The Indians sweep two, winning 14–6 and 4–2.
» May 26, 1937: Cleveland's Billy Sullivan and Bruce Campbell blast pinch homers against the A's, the first time two American League substitutes have connected on round trippers. Harry Kelley serves up both home runs. The A's score four in the 9th to win, 8–6.
» October 2, 1940: The Series opens in Cincinnati, and the Reds lose 7–2, the 10th straight World Series loss for a National League team. The Tigers bunch five singles, a walk, and an error in the 2nd off Paul Derringer to score five runs. Bruce Campbell adds a 2-run home run, and Bobo Newsom rations eight hits and only one walk. Bobo's father, visiting from South Carolina, dies in a Cincinnati hotel the next morning.
» May 6, 1941:
Playing in his last game before induction into the Army tomorrow, Hank Greenberg hits two home runs to lead Detroit to a 7–4 win over the Yankees. Each time he teams with Bruce Campbell to go back-to-back, the 2nd time in his career he's done it. Rudy York and he teamed up. A few days later OF Joe Gallagher of the Dodgers is drafted. No other regular ML player will be drafted during the season, but several others on training rosters will, as contemporary writers phrase it, "join the colors."