» June 30, 1948:
An 18-year-old lefthander from Rochester, NY, Johnny Antonelli, gets a $75,000 contract from the Braves. Shortly afterward, the Tigers will pay a similar sum to another teenager, catcher Frank House.
» May 27, 1955:
At Detroit, Frank House's home run is the only score as Bill Hoeft beats the White Sox, 1–0. In the 9th, Bill Tuttle runs down a 415 ft. drive by Jim Rivera that Schoolboy Rowe calls "the greatest catch since White's robbery of Martin in the '34 Series."
» November 20, 1957:
The KC Athletics trade infielder Billy Martin, outfielders Gus Zernial and Lou Skizas, pitchers Maury McDermott and Tom Morgan, and C Charlie Thompson to Detroit. In exchange, the Tigers send outfielders Bill Tuttle, Jim Small, pitchers Duane Maas and John Tsitouris, C Frank House, SS Kent Hadley, and a player to come later.
» April 21, 1958:
The A's Frank House scores 2 runs as a pinch hitter
in an 8-run 8th inning, as the Athletics trim the
Indians 9-4. House's feat is only the 6th occurrence
in the ML.
» September 28, 1958:
Two sons of former stars shine in the White Sox' 11–4 win over Kansas City. Chuck Lindstrom, son of Fred Lindstrom, walks his first time up, then triples in his only ML at bat after being tipped off to the pitch by catcher Frank House. Pitcher Hal Trosky Jr., making his 2nd ML appearance, relieves in the 6th for the win. It is the last appearance for both players.