» September 17, 1928:
In the 9th against Chicago, Braves reliever Ray Boggs plunks three Cubbies, walks two and tosses one wild pitch. Chicago manages to score just one run off Boggs, but they win the away game, 15–5. Pat Malone picks up the win over Art Delaney.
» April 22, 1929: It's the Cubs turn as Pat Malone shuts out the Cardinals, 3–0, beating Pete Alexander.
» May 4, 1929:
At Baker Bowl, Cubs pitcher Pat Malone holds the Phillies scoreless, and collects three singles and two RBI to win easily, 16–0. Hack Wilson and Kiki Cuyler each hit two doubles, and Rogers Hornsby homers. The Cubs take the 2nd game as well, 9–7.
» August 6, 1929: In a Ladies Day game at Wrigley that draws 29,000 women and 11,000 men, the Cubs have their 5-game win streak stopped by Brooklyn, 5–4, despite Hornsby's 23rd home run of the year. Brooklyn's Jughead Johnny Morrison is the winner over Chicago ace Pat Malone. But Chicago will win their next three.
» October 9, 1929: In game two of the World Series, a 3-run home run by Foxx and a 2-run blast by Al Simmons are enough for a 9–3 A's win over Pat Malone (22-10). George Earnshaw (24-8) is kayoed in a 3-run Cubs 3rd; Lefty Grove comes in and shuts down the Cubs.
» October 14, 1929: After a Sunday off, a special train from Washington brings President and Mrs. Hoover to Shibe Park to see if Howard Ehmke can wind up the Series against Pat Malone. They match zeroes for 3, but with two outs in the 4th, a walk and three hits give the Cubs a 2–0 lead. Malone stifles the A's with two hits and the 2–0 lead holds up into the 9th. The Athletics rally and come up with three runs, the winning run scoring on a Bing Miller double, and take the series four games to one. There won't be another winning rally by a team down two runs in the 9th of game seven this century; the Diamondbacks, in 2001, will do it next. National League MVP Rogers Hornsby, hobbled with a heel spur, manages just five hits in the Series.
» July 26, 1930:
Phils pitchers continue their consistency, giving up five HRs to the Cubs in a 16-2 pasting. Hack Wilson has three of the homers, while Gabby Hartnett and winning pitcher Pat Malone add the other two.
» August 10, 1930:
Before 45,000 fans, the Cubs sweep two from the Boston Braves at Wrigley to move a game in back of Brooklyn. Hack Wilson drives home seven runs on three homers, the last his 39th, to back up Charlie Root's 3-hit shut out in the opener. The Cubs win 6–0 beating Bob Smith. Pat Malone completes the sweep. twirling a 5-hitter to beat Bruce Cunningham, 11–1, in the nitecap.
» August 14, 1930:
The Cubs top the faltering Dodgers, 5–1, as Pat Malone picks up the victory.
» August 18, 1930: Woody English scores five runs and Hack Wilson hits his 42nd home run, as the Cubs crush the Phillies 17–3. Pat Malone contributes another home run and goes the distance for the win.
» August 23, 1930:
The Giants' Fred Lindstrom singles to extend his hitting streak to 24 games, but Pat Malone tops Carl Hubbell for a 4–2 Cubs win.
» August 29, 1930: In the Cubs' 2nd successive extra-inning game, Pat Malone beats Burleigh Grimes 9–8 in 13 innings to halt the Cardinals' 9-game win streak. With captain Charlie Grimm out of the lineup with a spike wound, the Cubs sign George Kelly, released a month earlier by Reds.
» September 27, 1930:
Hack Wilson clubs two HRs to finish with a still-standing NL record of 56. The Cubs win 13-8 over the Reds at Wrigley as Pat Malone wins his 20th of the year.
» June 30, 1931:
The New York Giants' Ethan Allen pinch-hits a grand slam off the Cubs' Pat Malone to tie the game, but Chicago scores again to win at the Polo Grounds 11-10. Sparky Adams also homers in the game, his first since 1925. He had been to bat 3,104 times without a HR.
» September 5, 1931:
In Cincinnati, the Cubs lose, 4–3, in 10 innings. Hack Wilson, in the Cubs dog house for drinking and not hitting, is left in the bull pen to warm up pitchers when manager Hornsby, short of outfielders, inserts pitcher Bud Teachout in LF. On the train back to Chicago that night, Wilson starts arguing with two writers. When Pat Malone wanders by, he joins in the argument and, with his encouragement, Wilson punches out both writers. Malone will be fined $500 for his actions while club president Bill L. Veeck will suspend Wilson without pay for the rest of the season. In 112 games, Wilson hit just .261 with 13 home runs, and the Cubs will send the slumping slugger to St. Louis over the winter.
» May 17, 1934: In his first game in Philadelphia since the Phillies traded him to the Cubs, Chuck Klein hits two home runs to pace first-place Chicago to a 10–3 win. Gabby Hartnett adds another as Chicago pounds four hurlers for twenty hits. Kiki Cuyler and Dolph Camilli have four apiece to back the five hitting pitching of Bill Lee and Pat Malone. Malone gets credit for the win.
» March 26, 1935: The Yankees buy Pat Malone from the Cards.
» May 26, 1957: At Wrigley Field, rookie Dick Drott, 20, of the Cubs strikes out 15 Braves, including Hank Aaron and Billy Bruton three times, en route to a 7–5 victory in game one. Drott's 15 K's is a Cubs 20th C. mark for nine innings (to be broken by Kerry Wood) and one shy of John Clarkson's 1886 club mark. His 15 wins this year are the most for a Cub rookie since Pat Malone won 18 in 1928. Chicago sweeps, winning the nitecap, 5–4.