» September 25, 1931: The A's 19-year-old rookie Lew Krausse makes his ML debut a dandy one, twirling a 4-hitter to beat Boston, 7–1.
» September 2, 1932:
Lew Krausse, Sr. of the A's shut out the Red Sox, 15-0. Five days later Krausse will injure his arm in an exhibition game against the Stroudsburg Poconos and though only 20 years old, his big league career is over. As historian Lyle Spatz notes, in 1961, Lew Krausse, Jr. pitches a shutout for the KC A's in his major league debut, giving the Krausses (father and son) back-to-back shutouts twenty-nine years apart.
» June 16, 1961:
Kansas City bonus baby Lew Krausse, Jr., who just graduated from high school, debuts with a 3-hit 4–0 shutout of the Angels before 25,869 fans at Kansas City's Municipal Stadium. His father ended his brief ML career with the Philadelphia A's in 1932 with a shutout.
» November 3, 1965:
Athletics P Lew Krausse enjoys one of the finest performances in winter league history, throwing a one-hitter for Caracas against Lara and establishing the following still unsurpassed marks: most strikeouts in a 9-inning game (21), most consecutive strikeouts (10), most strikeouts in two consecutive games (33).
» May 2, 1967: Washington and Kansas City split a pair, each by 10 scores. Pete Richert is the winner for Washington in the opener, beat Lew Krausse. Catfish Hunter returns the compliment, topping Jim Hannan in game 2.
» August 18, 1967:
Lew Krausse of the A's is suspended by owner Charlie Finley for rowdyism and conduct unbecoming a ML player.
» August 22, 1967: Charlie Finley lifts his suspension of Lew Krausse.
» April 17, 1968:
The A's debut at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum by losing 4–1 to Baltimore. Dave McNally fires a two-hitter to beat Lew Krausse. During the game, the dirt covering a shallow metal dome under the pitching mound, is kicked aside exposing the steel frame, so the mound is covered between innings.
» May 25, 1968: Detroit OF Al Kaline is hit by the A's Lew Krausse's pitch and suffers a broken arm. He will be out until June 30th. The Tigers win, 2–1, behind Denny McLain, who scores the game's first run in the 8th. The A's run in the 9th is unearned.
» January 15, 1970: The Oakland Athletics trade C Phil Roof, OF Mike Hershberger and pitchers Lew Krausse and Ken Sanders to the Brewers for 1B Don Mincher and infielder Ron Clark. It is the Brewers' first trade.
» October 11, 1971:
The Red Sox and the Brewers engineer a 10-player trade that sees P Jim Lonborg, P Ken Brett, OF Joe Lahoud, OF Billy Conigliaro and 1B George Scott go to Milwaukee, and P Marty Pattin, P Lew Krausse and OF Tommy Harper head to Boston.