» August 30, 1910:
For the second time in four days, a Red Sox pitcher throws a one-hitter as Ray Collins beats the visiting White Sox, 4–0. Paul Meloan's single is the only hit.
» May 27, 1911:
At Washington, the Nationals knock Ray Collins out of the box and beat Boston, 9–4, behind Long Tom Hughes. Tris Speaker, batting for Ed Cicotte in the 9th, has the longest hit of the day, a triple.
» July 3, 1913: The Red Sox tally 15 hits off Washington's Walter Johnson, but lose 1–0 in 15 innings. This a ML frustration record for most hits in a shutout. Ray Collins takes the loss.
» April 14, 1914: At Fenway Park, 24,741 fans are on hand as the Red Sox open the season against Washington. Walter Johnson doesn't allow a hit till the 6th inning as he shuts out the Sox 3–0. Johnson walks none and strikes out 8. Ray Collins takes the loss.
» September 22, 1914: Boston (American League) P Ray Collins hurls two complete-game victories over the Tigers, winning by scores of 5–3 and 5–0.
» October 5, 1914: At Fenway Park, Washington's Walter Johnson wins his 28th game of the year, a 9–3 win over the Sox. Babe Ruth, pinch hitting for pitcher Ray Collins, strikes out on three pitches.
» June 9, 1915:
The 2nd place Tigers paste the Red Sox, 15–0. With lefty Ray Collins on the mound in the 3rd, Ty Cobb swipes home.