» May 18, 1935: Bucky Walters shuts out the Cubs for ten innings and singles home Jimmy Wilson to win the game, 1–0. Walter gets two of the three Phils' hits off young Roy Henshaw.
» September 21, 1935:
At Wrigley, lefty Roy Henshaw edges the Pirates 4–3 to the delight of 39,000 fans.
» September 27, 1935: The Cubs clinch the NL pennant in the first game of a doubleheader with the Cardinals, 6–2, besting Dizzy Dean, as Bill Lee wins his 20th. The Cubs tally 15 hits off Diz, led by Freddie Lindstrom's 4. With Roy Henshaw's victory, 5–3, in the nitecap, the Cubs extend their win streak to an incredible 21 games and reach the 100-win mark. Only once during the winning tsreak have the Cubs pitchers given up more than three runs. The streak ties the franchise mark set in 1880.
» April 20, 1936: Pittsburgh's Gus Suhr belts a two-out homer in the 9th with two on off Roy Henshaw to give the Bucs a dramatic win over the Cubs, 9–8. Bill Swift picks up the win.
» July 28, 1936:
Dolph Camilli's 9th inning homer, his second of the game, caps a 4-run rally as the Phillies top the visiting Cubs, 5–3. Reliever Larry French, who replaces Roy Henshaw in the 9th, loses after he gives up a single to Johnny Moore off the RF wall to tie, K's Chuck Klein and serves up the dinger to Dolph.
» December 4, 1936: The Dodgers trade Lonny Frey to the Cubs for Woody English and Roy Henshaw. The Boston Bees buy Vince DiMaggio from San Diego (PCL). The Dodgers get Cookie Lavagetto and Ralph Birkofer from Pittsburgh in exchange for Ed Brandt.