» May 30, 1922:
Playing without Heilmann and Ty Cobb, the Tigers down the Browns, 6–5 in the A.M. game. The Browns Urban Shocker then allows just one run in 14 1/3 innings before he and Tobin are tossed out of the game for protesting umpire Owens ball and strike calls. Tobin's argument gets him a week's suspension. The Browns win, 2–1, in the 16th on catcher Pat Collins single. Hub Pruett picks up the win, striking out four of the last five batters.
» August 3, 1922: The first place Browns beat the visiting A's, 9–5 behind Wright. Bill Jacobson homers twice to drive in five runs and Pat Collins adds a 3-run homer. 3B Herm Bronkie contributes three errors for St. Louis, and Jimmy Austin will take over the hot corner tomorrow.
» September 19, 1922: Against the Senators Walter Johnson, Ken Williams hit his 39th home run of the year in the 4th, and Pat Collins, subbing for Sisler at 1B, adds another solo home run in the 7th to give the Browns a 2–1 lead. But the Senators rally to win, 4-3, with Walter Johnson earning the win over Elam Vangilder. Sisler pinch hits and strikes out. Washington will win again tomorrow, 5–0.
» June 8, 1923:
After Browns C Pat Collins leaves the game after pinch-running in the second inning, A's manager Connie Mack gives the okay for him to come back as a pinch hitter for P Ray Kolp in the ninth. He walks.
» May 8, 1927: The Yankees draw a record 52,000 to Comiskey Park but Waite Hoyt spoils the party by winning one of his league-leading 22 games, 9–0, the 2nd straight shutout of the Sox. Batterymate Pat Collins homers in the 7th, while Lou Gehrig adds a pair of triples.
» June 7, 1927:
At New York, ae Ruth and Lou Gehrig clout back-to-back homers in the 4th inning, off Al "Tommy" Thomas, to beat the White Sox, 4–1 and increase the Yanks lead over Chicago to two games. Pat Collins also homers for NY, while Bud Clancy matches for Chicago.