» August 2, 1924:
A's 1B Joe Hauser sets an AL record when he hits 3 HRs and a double for 14 total bases. It'll be broken
by Ty Cobb's 16 total bases on May 5, 1925.
» September 8, 1924: Washington, with a 2-game lead in the American League, beats the A's 8–4. Despite giving up solo home runs by Joe Hauser and Bing Miller, Walter Johnson's wins his 10th straight and his 20th of the year, For Hauser, trailing Babe Ruth in the home run race, it's his 3rd four bagger of the year off Johnson.
» April 7, 1925:
A's long-ball-hitting 1B Joe Hauser is standing
still near 1B, minding his own business, when his
knee gives way suddenly and the kneecap shatters all
by itself. He is out for the season. His other knee
will give out in a few years with the same amount
» May 5, 1925: Ty Cobb is 6-for-6, including three home runs, in Detroit's 14–8 win over the Browns. All three homers are off different pitchers. Cobb's 16 total bases tops Joe Hauser's 14 of August 2, 1924 and sets a new American League record.
» June 3, 1929:
HR-hitting 1B Joe "Unser Choe" Hauser is sold by the A's to Cleveland.
» September 20, 1930:
Joe Hauser of the Baltimore Orioles (International League) sets a new minor league record by hitting his 63rd HR.
» September 4, 1933: In a Labor Day twin bill, Joe Hauser, Minneapolis (AA), hits three home runs to reach 65, a new professional record.
» September 9, 1933: Joe Hauser, Minneapolis (AA), hits two home runs to set all-time record of 69. Hauser also set the International League record mark at 63, with Baltimore in 1930.
» September 5, 1948:
Amarillo (West Texas-New Mexico League) OF Bob Crues
hits 2 HRs against Lubbock to give him 69 for the
season, tying Joe Hauser's 1933 mark at Minneapolis.
He sets an organized baseball record with 254 RBI
in 140 games, hits a record 8 grand slams, while hitting