» May 18, 1929: Brooklyn and Philadelphia score a ML-record 50 runs in a doubleheader at Baker Bowl. The Robins (Dodgers) win the opener 20–16, and the Phils take the 2nd game 8–6, despite a Dodgers triple play. Highlights include Brooklyn's Johnny Frederick tallying five runs in the opener, which combined with his three yesterday, gives him a ML-record eight in two games. Both Frederick and teammate Babe Herman collect five hits in the slugfest. Chuck Klein homers in each game, #'s seven and 8.
» September 24, 1929:
Brooklyn OF Johnny Frederick connects for his 52nd double in the Dodgers' 8-6 loss to the Phils.
» August 14, 1932:
John Quinn, at 49, becomes the oldest P to win a ML game. He relieves Van Mungo in the ninth with the game between Brooklyn and New York tied at 1-1. The Dodgers win in the 10th after Johnny Frederick hits a pinch-hit HR off Carl Hubbell in the ninth to tie. It is Frederick's fourth pinch-hit HR of the year, for a new major-league record. He will have six by the season's end.
» September 10, 1932: Dodger OF Johnny Frederick hits his record 6th pinch-hit home run of the season. It is a dramatic 9th-inning, 2-run shot that beats Burleigh Grimes and the Cubs, 4–3. Frederick's six pinch-hit home runs doubles the previous record of three held by Ham Hyatt in 1913, Cy Williams in 1928, and Pat Crawford in 1929. With just nine pinch-hits altogether, his home run percentage is a ML record.
» September 12, 2000: The Diamondbacks edge the Dodgers, 5-4, despite Dave Hansen's ML record-breaking 7th pinch-hit home run of the season. Hansen's blast, off Curt Schilling, breaks the mark set in 1932 by Brooklyn's Johnny Frederick.
» September 21, 2001: The Cardinals defeat the Pirates, 9–5, as Albert Pujols hits his 1st career grand slam. The homer gives him a new ML rookie record for extra base hits in a season with 83. The old mark of 82 was set by Brooklyn's Johnny Frederick in 1929.