» August 16, 1930: Lefty Grove (20-4) wins his 20th game of the season, and 6th in a row, beating the Browns in Philadelphia, 4–2. Grove drives in the first two runs in the 2nd off Dick Coffman, who gives up nine hits in the loss. The Browns net 10 hits off Grove.
» August 9, 1931: After the White Sox take the opener, 4–2, over the Browns, Dick Coffman pitches the Browns to a 1–0 win, allowing on a 5th inning single by Johnny Kerr. Bob Wetland takes the loss.
» August 23, 1931: Lefty Grove is frustrated in his effort to win a record-breaking 17th game in a row, as Jimmy Moore misjudges a routine fly ball by Ski Melillo, turning it into a 2-out double, to allow the game's lone run. The volatile Grove is outraged and unforgiving, not at Moore, but that Al Simmons, the regular OF, missed the game. Dick Coffman of the Browns allows just three hits to win, 1–0. The A's win the nightcap, 10–0, behind Waite Hoyt's 6-hitter.
» May 19, 1934: Lefty Grove makes his first start of the season going the distance to beat the Browns Dick Coffman, 4–1. Lefty allows six hits and belts a 3-run homer.
» September 2, 1935:
Veteran P Dick Coffman (5-11) and Browns manager Hornsby get into a shoving match shortly after their train leaves St. Louis for a road trip. Coffman is cut from the team and put off the train at Edwardsville, IL, and will not play again this year.
» November 23, 1935: The Giants purchase veteran P Dick Coffman from the Browns. Coffman, who was on the outs with Rogers Hornsby, will go 24–14 over the next four years for New York.