» August 23, 1930: The Yankees buy Frank Crosetti from the San Francisco Seals but allow him to play another season in the PCL before reporting. The Yankees will make a similar arrangement for Joe DiMaggio, buying him from the Seals but waiting a year before acquiring him in 1936.
» September 9, 1932: The Tigers beat the Yankees 14–13 in a 14-inning game in which Lou Gehrig hits a grand slam and drives in eight runs. He has reached this RBI feat twice before. Frankie Crosetti strikes out four times in the game, including twice in one inning. Detroit also tops the Yanks, 4–1, in five innings to finally complete the protested game of August 1st, and the tie of yesterday. The Yanks score their lone run in the 3rd inning off Buck Marrow with their only two hits of the game.
» September 23, 1933:
The Yankees make seven errors, three by Frank Crosetti, but have enough firepower to outslug the Red Sox 16–12. Including in New York's 23 hits are homers by Ruth and Lou Gehrig, number 31 for each; Lou adds two doubles and a single. Byrd, Chapman, and Crosetti have three hits apiece, and reliever Wilcy Moore drives in the last run with his first hit of the year. The Red Sox chase winning pitcher Herb Pennock in the 6th and make the score 13–9, but fall short at the end.
» June 20, 1934:
The AL leading New York Yankees trip the Indians twice, 3–2 and 3–0, at Yankee Stadium. New York ties the first game on Frank Crosetti's solo homer in the 8th of Bob Weiland, then wins it on Gehrig's 18th in the 9th. Lefty Gomez, in relief of Johnny Broaca, is the winner. In game 2, Hal Trosky's single is the only hit off Red Ruffing, who also knocks in a run.
» June 1, 1935: At Yankee Stadium, the Bombers hit a record six solo home runs in beating Boston, 7–2. Bill Dickey 2, Frank Crosetti, Ben Chapman, George Selkirk, and Red Rolfe are the sluggers. All the Sox scoring comes on a two-run homer by pitcher Mel Almedo.
» September 14, 1935:
Frankie Crosetti returns to New York after an operation at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospital to remove floating cartilage in his right knee. He'll soon return to his home in California.
» April 26, 1936:
At Boston, the Red Sox score six runs in the bottom of the first inning, but the Yankees rebound with seven in the 2nd. New York holds on to win, 12–9. Foxx and Gehrig match homers while Frank Crosetti is 5-for-6 and Bill Dickey 4-for-6.
» May 24, 1936: Yankees 2B Tony Lazzeri sets several slugging marks with two grand slams, a 3rd home run, and a triple for 15 total bases in a 25–2 slaughter of the Athletics at Shibe Park. Tony has now hit seven home runs in four games and six in three games. He also sets a new AL mark of 11 RBIs in one game. DiMaggio has three hits, including a homer, and Frank Crosetti also goes deep as a league mark is tied when nine Yanks score two or more runs. Another major-league record is tied when Ben Chapman draws five walks as the Yanks are handed 16 bases on balls. Gehrig exits early and is replaced by his favorite sub, Jack Saltzgaver. Monte Pearson is the winner over George Turbeville in the laugher.
» May 11, 1940: The Red Sox top the Yankees 9–8 with two runs in the bottom of the 11th after New York had taken the lead on Tommy Henrich's 2nd home run of the game. Manager Joe McCarthy benches Frankie Crosetti, hitting .150, but New York (6–8) still loses their 8th in a row at home to drop into last place. Meanwhile, Boston takes their 6th straight. With Crosetti's benching, he ends his consecutive games played at 420, the longest current streak in the majors.
» October 3, 1942: Ernie White shuts out New York on six hits, winning 2–0. Arguments during the game result in $200 fines for Joe Gordon and Frank Crosetti; the latter will also suspended for the first 30 days of the 1943 season for shoving umpire Bill Summers.
» May 27, 1943: In a 3–2 loss to the Tigers, the Yankees Johnny Allen, incensed over a balk call, attacks umpire George Barr and is suspended for 30 days and fined $200. On May 21st, Frank Crosetti made his first start after serving a 30-day suspension for umpire pushing. This occurred in the 3rd game of the World Series when Crosetti pushed Bill Summers.
» April 27, 1945: At the Stadium, George Myatt leads the Senators to a 6–4 win over the Yankees. Myatt has a walk, four hits, three stolen bases, two runs and two RBIs to back Mickey Haefner's pitching. Frank Crosetti has a pinch homer with two on in the 8th for New York.
» December 3, 1962: Former players Frank Crosetti and John Schulte file suit to halt any increased ML pension benefits that fail to include old-time players.