» August 5, 1902: Cleveland rookie Otto Hess, who made his debut two days ago, wobbles to a 7-6 ten-inning win over the Washington Nationals. The Nats test the rookie by laying down 14 bunts, three of which are misplayed by Hess, four are hits, and seven go for sacrifices. Cleveland SS Johnny Gochnauer breaks his finger in the 3rd inning when he tries to flag down a line drive hit by Ed Delahanty. Gochnauer stays in the game and doubles in the tying runs in the 8th inning and doubles home the winner off Casey Patten in the 10th.
» July 31, 1912: A day after the Braves went 14 innings to beat St. Louis, they go 19 innings with the Pirates. Lefty Otto Hess going all the way for Boston. The Pirates score three in the 19th, and the Braves come back with 2, losing 7–6. Honus Wagner, who earlier stole home, drives in the final run for Pittsburgh. Wagner, at 38, is the oldest player in the NL.
» August 26, 1912:
At Boston, Owen Wilson has his 2nd three-triple doubleheader this year. The fleet Buc triples off Otto Hess in the game one win, 5–4. In the nitecap, an 8–4 loss, he triples in the 6th and 8th innings off Ed Donnelly.
» May 1, 1913:
Brooklyn's Casey Stengel hits two inside the park homers off Boston's Otto Hess in a 4–2 win at home. On August 16th, teammate Bob Fisher will duplicate the feat against the Cardinals, off Rube Geyer and Harry Trekell.
» June 26, 1913:
The Giants sweep two from the Braves, winning 5–4 and 11–3. Christy Mathewson preserves the 1st win with two innings of relief, then starts the 2nd contest. Led by Larry Doyle's grand slam off Otto Hess, the Giants forge into a 9–0 lead after six innings and Matty exits. Mathewson now has throw 21 innings without a walk.
» May 22, 1914: Otto Hess shuts down the Cubs, 2–0, giving the Braves back-to-back wins for the first time this year.
» July 25, 1914: At Boston, the Cubs belt Otto Hess for a 5–4 win. Boston is now 12 in back of the Giants, winners of 6 straight.
» September 26, 1914:
At Fenway Park, the Braves roll over the Cubs, 6–2 and 12–2. Lefty Tyler tops Hippo Vaughn in the opener, and Otto Hess beats Larry Chaney in the 2nd game. The red hot Braves will sweep the four-game series with the Cubs.