» July 4, 1905:
The Cardinals trade INF Dave Brain to Pittsburgh for George McBride.
» September 25, 1910:
Walter Johnson tosses the first of his two career one-runner games, missing a perfect game when a grounder skips by SS George McBride for a single. Johnson's one-hitter is good for a 3–0 victory over the Browns.
» August 20, 1912: In Washington, Walter Johnson wins his AL record 15th straight, downing Cleveland 4–2. Big Train is topped in the nitecap when Washington hurler Carl Cashion tosses a 6-inning no-hitter, winning 2–0. The only baserunners reach on two errors by SS George McBride. Johnson's effort takes one hour: 55 minutes, while Cashion's six innings finish in just 65 minutes: the game is called to allow Cleveland to catch a train to Boston. Cashion will win only 11 other games in his ML career.
» September 29, 1913: Walter Johnson wins his 36th game and 11th shutout of the year, defeating the league champion Athletics 1–0 on George McBride Day, a day honoring the Nationals' captain and SS.
» July 6, 1914: At Washington, it is a battle of the Johnsons -- Boston's Rankin Johnson vs. the Nats' Walter Johnson. George McBride's steal of home in the 4th inning is the only score, and Walter wins the 16th 1–0 game of his career.
» July 19, 1915: The Nationals come out running, stealing a major-league record eight bases (tied in the National League in 1919) against the Cleveland Indians in the first inning. Sore-armed catcher Steve O'Neill is the victim of three SBs by Danny Moeller including 2B, 3B and home, two each by Clyde Milan and Ed Ainsmith, and one by George McBride in the 11–4 Washington win. Walter Johnson (15-8) allows just two hits in six innings before taking the afternoon off. Reliever Nick Altrock gives up the Cleveland scores.
» August 22, 1915: In the 2nd inning of Game One of a doubleheader versus Detroit, the crowd sees the Senators score a run with no times at bat., the only time its ever happened. Chick Gandil and Merito Acosta walk; Buff Williams sacrifices, and George McBride hits a sacrifice fly, scoring Gandil, and the Tigers catch Acosta off 2B when OF Bobby Veach throws to Ossie Vitt. Washington's Walter Johnson goes on to win, 8–1, and snap the Tigers' 9-game win streak.
» January 14, 1922: OF Clyde Milan is named the manager of the Washington Senators. Milan took over for George McBride at the end of last season after McBride was hit in the face with a ball during batting practice. McBride began suffering vertigo and fainting spells and relinquished the manager's job.