» May 5, 1900: Chicago's Jimmy Ryan leads off against Cincinnati Reds pitcher Noodles Hahn by lining a home run, the 20th time he he's hit a leadoff round tripper. The Colts win, 4-3.
» July 12, 1900: Frank "Noodles" Hahn of Cincinnati twirls a 4–0 no-hitter over Philadelphia. The Reds lefty gives up five walks to the visiting Quakers who are playing without Nap Lajoie. Hahn strikes out 7, including the first two batters in the 9th. The last batter, Roy Thomas, is thrown out on his two-strike bunt. Philadelphia's Bill Bernhard allows seven hits, including a homer by Sam Crawford in the 7th.
» July 15, 1900:
Noodles Hahn follows up his no-hitter with a 9-hitter, but still shuts out St. Louis, 9–0.
» July 21, 1900: In the last of the 9th at Brooklyn, with two outs and the score tied at 5–5 with the Reds, an intentional walk to Deacon McGuire goes awry. McGuire reaches out and taps a Noodles Hahn pitch, but the catcher picks it up, then drops it, and the winning run scores.
» April 20, 1901: The Reds open at home with a 4-2 loss to Pittsburgh. Sam Leever wins over Noodles Hahn.
» May 12, 1901: The Reds Noodles Hahn cooks the Pirates, 6-1, allowing nine hits, one to each batter.
» May 22, 1901: At Cincinnati, Reds ace Noodles Hahn strikes out 16 Boston batters en route to a 4-3 Reds win. The 16 K's will stand as the club record until it is matched by Jim Maloney in 1963.
» July 31, 1901: In Cincinnati, the Reds take 14 innings to subdue the Chicago Colts, 5-4. Reds pitcher Noodles Hahn strikes out 11 in the win, while Chicago pitcher Tom Hughes records 15 strikeouts.
» June 13, 1903: At League Park, Joe Kelley's first-inning triple is the lone hit off Christy Mathewson, who whitewashes the Reds, 4-0. Noodles Hahn takes the loss.
» July 12, 1904: Christy Mathewson wins his 16th, beating the Reds at League Park, 7–4 in 10 innings. Matty triples home a run in the 7th and scores, but the Reds tie it in the 9th. Noodles Hahn is the loser.
» August 30, 1904: Christy Mathewson and the visiting Giants top the Reds, 3–1 beating Noodles Hahn. Matty drives in one of the three runs scored in the 8th with a single and improves his record to 28-9.
» October 9, 1904: Cincinnati pitchers Tom Walker and Noodles Hahn each throw a shutout against St. Louis. Walker allows six hits in winning, 3-0, while Hahn allows one hit in winning, 1-0, in seven innings. The nitecap was called because of darkness.