» May 21, 1955: In Milwaukee, Cubs pitcher Warren Hacker loses his no-hitter when he gives up a one-out 9th-inning home run to George Crowe. Hacker holds on to win 2–1.
» April 9, 1956:
The Braves trade 1B George Crowe to
the Redlegs for OF Bob "Hurricane" Hazle and righthander
» June 28, 1957:
By stuffing the ballot box, Cincinnati fans elect 8 Redlegs as starters in the All-Star Game. Over protests
from Reds fans, Commissioner Ford Frick names Stan Musial, Willie Mays, and Hank Aaron to replace Reds Gus Bell, George Crowe, and Wally Post in the starting lineup. In the final vote tally, Musial is the only non-Redleg who would have started.
» July 4, 1957:
George Crowe of the Reds goes 5-for-5 against his old Braves teammates, but Milwaukee wins 10-7.
» May 2, 1958:
At St. Louis, George Crowe drives in six runs in a 7–3 Reds win over the Cardinals.
» May 25, 1960: George Crowe's ML-record 11th pinch-hit home run, off Don McMahon, gives the Cardinals a 5–3 win over the Braves. Crowe began the season tied with Smoky Burgess and Gus Zernial in career pinch home runs.