» May 17, 1947:
In Philadelphia, Hoot Evers breaks up a scoreless duel between Hal Newhouser and rookie Joe Coleman by hitting a two-out two-run homer in the 9th inning. The A's load the bases with no outs in the bottom of the 9th, but score just one run.
» May 30, 1947:
A's pitchers Dick Fowler and Joe Coleman stop the Yankees, recording two shutouts over New York, 1–0 and 4–0. Spud Chandler loses the opener, despite allowing three hits. Bill Bevens drops the nitecap, walking Coleman to force in a run and giving up a roundtripper to Eddie Joost. Joost scores a pair in the nitecap, and the lone run in the opener.
» July 16, 1948:
Ordered by Bill Veeck to pass up the All-Star game, a well-rested Bob Feller is shelled from the mound with only one out in the first inning by the A's. The A's score first when Feller absent-mindedly goes into a windup with two on, and Coleman and McCosky pull a double steal. The Mackmen then jump on Bob Muncrief and roll to a 10–5 win over the American League-leading Indians. Lou Brissie wins his 4th straight. Joe Coleman will shut out the Tribe, 5–0, tomorrow to split the series.
» April 26, 1951: Connie Marrero of Washington allows just one hit -- a homer by the A's Barney McCosky -- in topping Philadelphia, 2–1. Joe Coleman is the loser, serving up solo homers to Mickey Vernon and Gil Coan.
» April 17, 1954:
Joe Coleman of the Orioles loses a 3-hitter to the Tigers 1–0. Ned Garver allows five hits in winning.
» May 15, 1954: With a pin in his shoulder, Ted Williams returns to action after breaking his collarbone in spring training and is hitless in two at bats against Baltimore. The O's win, 2–1, behind Joe Coleman.