» April 12, 1906: Boston (NL) OF Johnny Bates becomes the first modern player to hit a homer in his first ML at bat when he connects in the 2nd inning against the Brooklyn Superbas' Harry McIntire. Boston hurler Irv Young allows only one hit-a double by Harry Lumley-and wins, 2-0.
» May 30, 1906:
At Washington Park, the Superbas split with the Giants, winning the first game 2-0 behind the four hit pitching of Harry McIntire. Dummy Taylor takes the loss. Christy Mathewson gets a win for New York in the nitecap, beating Bill Scanlan, 5-2.
» August 1, 1906: Brooklyn's Harry McIntire tosses a no-hitter through nine innings before Claude Ritchey singles in the 10th. McIntire allows no more hits through 12 innings, but he is matched by Pirates P Lefty Leifield, who scatters nine hits through 12 innings. McIntire, who faced 31 batters through the first ten innings, finally weakens in the 13th and allows three hits and a run to lose, 1-0.
» September 6, 1906: At Washington Park, Christy Mathewson strikes out 14 Brooklyn batters to win 6-2. The Giants score four runs in the first on two errors and two walks by Harry McIntire.
» September 14, 1906: The Superbas sweep the Giants for the 2nd time in a week. Red Ames loses the opener for New York, 5-3, and Harry McIntire outpitches Christy Mathewson for a 1-0 win in the nitecap.
» August 20, 1908: Brooklyn collects 15 safeties off three Pirates pitcher and Harry McIntire allows just four Buc hits for the win. his follows Kaiser Wilhelm's 4-hitter against the Buccaneers yesterday. Pittsburgh is now tied for first with New York.
» July 3, 1909:
At a packed Washington Park, the Giants beat up Brooklyn, winning 5–3 and 2–1 in a total of 23 innings. In the opener, Christy Mathewson relieves Bugs Raymond with the score knotted at 3–3 in the 9th. Matty shuts out the Superbas in the next six innings, and the Giants score two in the 14th off Harry McIntire for the win.
» October 20, 1910: The A's dispose of Ed Reulbach in two innings, then pin the loss on reliever Harry McIntire, who lasts a third of a inning. Coombs coasts on one day's rest, 12–5, and helps himself with three hits. Cubs manager Frank Chance becomes the first player ejected from a World Series game when umpire Tom Connolly chases him for protesting a Danny Murphy home run drive against a sign over the RF bleachers. Chance opines too loudly that it should be a ground-rule double.
» June 5, 1911:
At Chicago, the Giants jump on Harry McIntire for seven runs in the 9th to win, 7–1. New York is led by Fred Merkle who doubles and triples in the big inning. Christy Mathewson wins for New York, to even the series at two games apiece and keep New York atop the NL.
» July 8, 1911: New York's Rube Marquard hits his only career home run, off Chicago's Harry McIntire, to help himself to a 5–2 win at the newly refurbished Polo Grounds.