» January 3, 1923: The Yankees pluck two rookies from the Red Sox, P George Pipgras and OF Harvey Hendrick, in exchange for 2nd-string C Al DeVormer.
» June 4, 1925:
Veteran hurler Joe Bush, playing RF for the Browns, is called in to pitch to Cleveland pinch hitter Harvey Hendrick with the bases filled and two out in the ninth. Hendrick hits the first pitch for a triple, and the Indians win 11-10.
» June 12, 1928:
Brooklyn beats the Cubs 13-1, as 3B Harvey Hendrick steals 2B, 3B, and home against Chicago in the eighth.
» September 9, 1928:
At Ebbets Field, the Robins come from behind to edge the Giants, 3–2, behind Dazzy Vance. Harvey Hendrick dinks a 2-run homer in the 8th, off Larry Benton, to tie, and Jake Flowers singles with two out in the 9th to drive home the winner. The ecstatic fans respond by covering the field with straw hats.
» July 21, 1930:
Four pinch-hit HRs are hit in a doubleheader between Brooklyn and St. Louis. Hal Lee and Harvey Hendrick connect for Brooklyn, and George Puccinelli and Jim Bottomley, for the Cards. The HRs are the first major-league hits for both Lee and Puccinelli.
» June 23, 1933:
The Cubs sweep with the Phillies, winning the opener, 9–5 on Harvey Hendrick's pinch grand slam in the 10th inning. It is the 2nd pinch grand slam in ML history and the 2nd for the Cubs in three years. Chicago takes the nitecap, 3–1.
» November 21, 1933: Chuck Klein, who won the Triple Crown with the Phillies, is sold to the Chicago Cubs for $125,000 and veterans Mark Koenig, Harvey Hendrick, and rookie Ted Kleinhans. Hendrick will play one year in Philley, while the other two quickly go to the Reds. Klein, who also led the National League in total bases, hits, slugging, doubles, was second in runs, and 4th in steals, is the only player to be traded after a Triple Crown season. He will have two solid years at Wrigley before returning to the Phils.