» August 24, 1935:
Giants OF Hank Leiber ties the major-league record with two HRs during an 8-run, second-inning assault on the Cubs.
» April 16, 1936:
With two runners on and two outs in the 9th inning, the Dodgers lead the Giants 6–5 when New York's Hank Lieber hits an easy fly to LF Freddie Lindstrom. But Dodger SS Jimmy Jordan crashes into Lindstrom and the ball bounces out of Jordan's glove. Both players lie dazed as two Giants' runners score to win 7–6.
» July 17, 1936: Carl Hubbell starts his winning streak, beating Pittsburgh 6–0. The Giants hit a National League record tying four triples in the first inning: Joe Moore, Mel Ott, and Hank Leiber hit them in succession, and Eddie Mayo adds one later in the inning to equal the ML record.
» July 26, 1936:
The Giants score three runs in the bottom of the 9th to beat the Reds, 5–4. Helping the victory is a 4th inning triple play started when LF Hank Lieber makes a brilliant catch near the left CF wall.
» July 31, 1936:
At the Polo Grounds, the Giants manage just four hits off Chicago's Larry French and lose, 3–1. The Terrymen's only tally is a homer by Hank Lieber. The loss leaves the front-running Cubs a game ahead of the Cards.
» August 1, 1937:
Hank Leiber pinch-hits for the Giants, his first appearance since early May, following his hospitalization as a result of the Feller beaning in spring training.
» June 30, 1938: The Phillies play their final game in the Baker Bowl, losing 14–1 to the Giants. They will play future games in A's-owned Shibe Park. Hank Lieber hits the last homer in the park, while Slick Castleman is the last winning pitcher.
» December 6, 1938: In a trade of major names, the Giants send Dick Bartell, Hank Leiber, and Gus Mancuso to the Cubs for Billy Jurges, Frank Demaree, and Ken O'Dea. The trade works best for the Giants as the New York-born Jurges will anchor the infield for seven years; Chicago-born Bartell lasts just a season at Wrigley.
» May 17, 1940: Chicago's Stan Hack, is struck by a foul line drive off the bat of teammate Hank Lieber and suffers a concussion. Hack was the runner at 3rd base and in foul territory when he was struck. The Cubs top the host Giants, 4–0, with Claude Passeau outdueling Hal Schumacher. Passeau allows just two singles, both by Joe Moore.
» September 25, 1942:
With the Giants' 3rd-place finish secure, OF
Hank Lieber pitches a complete-game 9-1 loss
against the Phillies at the Polo Grounds. He yields
9 hits and strikes out 5 in his only ML pitching appearance.
The Phils score 5 of their runs without a hit.