» December 15, 1938: The Red Sox send Pinky Higgins and P Archie McKain to the Tigers for pitchers Eldon Auker and Jake Wade, and OF Chet Morgan. The Sox also ship OF Ben Chapman to the Indians in exchange for P Denny Galehouse and SS Tom Irwin.
» December 3, 1940: The Browns purchase pitchers Denny Galehouse and Fritz Ostermueller from the Red Sox. Galehouse will go 50-58 in six seasons in St. Louis
» May 15, 1941:
A single by Jimmie Bloodworth in the 7th is the only hit for the Senators as they lose to the Browns Denny Galehouse, 7–0.
» October 4, 1944:
The first all-St. Louis WS opens with the Browns
beating the Cardinals 2-1 on George McQuinn's
HR. Denny Galehouse is the winning P. It is the first
Series in which all the games are played west of the
Mississippi River. The Series is dubbed the Streetcar
Series and is played with no days off.
» July 5, 1948:
Despite a hitless day by Ted Williams, the Red Sox sweep the Yankees, winning 6–5 and 8–7. Denny Galehouse wins the opener, then saves the win in game 2. But his 9th inning sac bunt results in his tripping over 1B and he will be out of action for three weeks.
» July 22, 1948:
Denny Galehouse returns to the Red Sox lineup and stops Chicago, 3–0. Vern Stephens clouts a 2-run homer. In the 2nd game, a 5–3 win, Stephens adds a homer to take over the American League RBI lead with 83. The winner is Ellis Kinder, the first of 18-straight wins over Chicago (through June 1, 1952).
» October 4, 1948:
In a one-game playoff for the AL pennant at Fenway
Park, the Cleveland Indians beat the Boston Red Sox
8-3 behind rookie knuckleballer Gene Bearden,
who wins his 20th game. Player-manager Lou Boudreau
gets 4 hits, including 2 HRs. Red Sox manager Joe
McCarthy ignores his rotation pitchers to go with
journeyman Denny Galehouse (8-7). With the score 1-1
in the 4th, Ken Keltner hits a 3-run HR over the LF