» May 24, 1933: Detroit's Tommy Bridges tosses a one-hitter in topping the Senators, 3–1. Joe Kuhel's homer is the only Washington safety. It is the first time in the American League that a pitcher has allowed a home run in a one-hitter.
» August 22, 1936:
Washington ties an AL record when Red Kress, Joe Kuhel, and Carl Reynolds hit HRs in the fourth inning.
» May 13, 1937: At Chicago, Washington's Joe Kuhel ties the modern major-league record with three triples as the Nats win, 10–2. Kuhel adds a single to drive in three runs.
» March 18, 1938: Washington and Chicago trade first baseman, the White Sox adding slick-fielding Joe Kuhel and the Senators taking the easy-going hitter Zeke Bonura.
» May 21, 1940:
Against his old teammates, Chicago 1B Joe Kuhel has five hits, including two doubles and a home run, to help the White Sox beat Washington 9–8.
» August 30, 1945: Stan Hack of the Cubs becomes No. 82 in the 2,000-hit club when he collects a first inning single off Pirate pitcher Preacher Roe. Earlier in the season the Senators' Joe Kuhel and Red Sox OF Bob Johnson made the list. Hack scores after his safety, but the Pirates win, 6–4 over the first-place Cubs.
» September 7, 1945:
Joe Kuhel hits an inside-the-park HR, the only HR
hit by a Senator all season at Washington's Griffith
» July 20, 1948: An unprecedented 10-game suspension and $500 fine of an umpire, the veteran Bill McGowan, is announced by American League President Will Harridge following a confrontation in the Washington-Cleveland game. Tired of Senator pitcher Ray Scarborough continually complaining about strike calls, McGowan had thrown a ball-and-strike indicator at him. After that he ejects Nats manager Joe Kuhel and several coaches. Kuhel also lodged a protest after yesterday's 11th inning loss when Ed Stewart was thrown out at home in the 10th. When Stewart argued the call with plate ump Paparella, McGowan threw a ball at Stewart.
» October 1, 1950:
Gus Zernial of the White Sox hits one homer in a 4-3 first-game win over the visiting Browns. He adds three more in the nightcap, a 10-6 loss, to tie an AL record for a twinbill and set a club record with 29 homers, 10 of which came against St. Louis. Zeke Bonura held the Sox homer record with 27, set in 1934, and tied by Joe Kuhel in 1940.