» June 18, 1933: Indians pitchers Oral Hildebrand and Mel Harder both toss shutouts against Boston to win 7–0 and 4–0.
» May 6, 1935: Boston's Fritz Ostermueller holds the Indians to six hits in winning, 2–1. The loss drop the Tribe to 2nd place behind the White Sox. Ostermueller wins his own game with a run scoring single in the 7th off Oral Hildebrand.
» June 13, 1935: Cleveland's Oral Hildebrand tops the A's, 4–3, as Earl Averill is 3-for-5 with a stolen base. Cleveland is in 4th place, with New York leading the AL by two 1/2 games over Chicago.
» September 7, 1935: Cleveland beats Boston thanks to an unusual triple play. With no outs and the bases loaded in game 1, and the Indians leading, 5–3, in the 9th, the Indians bring in Oral Hildebrand to pitch to Joe Cronin. Cronin lines his first pitch off the side of the head of Cleveland 3B Odell Hale. The ball caroms to SS Bill Knickerbocker, who throws to 2B Roy Hughes, who throws to 1B Hal Trosky to finish the triple play ending the game.
» June 7, 1936:
George Selkirk's HR in the 16th gives Red Ruffing a 5-4 win over Oral Hildebrand of the Indians. Ruffing has three hits, including a HR. There are no strikeouts in the long game.
» January 17, 1937: Cleveland gets Moose Solters, Ivy Andrews, and Lyn Lary from the St. Louis Browns for Joe Vosmik, Bill Knickerbocker, and Oral Hildebrand. The three departing Brownies are termed "real playboys" by manager Rogers Hornsby. Solters and Andrews were also the RBI and ERA leaders for the Brownies.
» March 22, 1939: Pete Reiser, 0-for-3 yesterday against the Yankees, starts his 2nd spring training game for the Dodgers. He homers in his first at bat against the Cardinals, and follows with a walk and two singles. He will have 10 straight hits before striking out three times against the Yankees Oral Hildebrand on the 28th. When Jack Haley relieves Hildebrand, Reiser hits a home run off him. Reiser will go north with Brooklyn and play in an April 15th exhibition against the Yankees in Ebbets Field before being farmed out to Elmira.