» September 2, 1901: Detroit sweeps a Labor Day doubleheader from Washington, picking up an AL record 21 infield assists in game 2. This is still the AL record. SS Kid Elberfeld has 12 assists to back up Roscoe Miller.
» September 5, 1901: In the first of two in Detroit, Tiger ace Roscoe Miller puts on a disgraceful exhibition aganst the A's. lobbing in the ball, grinning as the A's batters hit it, and throwing a bunt into the stands to allow three runs to score. Miller settles down in the last three innings, allowing only a single, but the Tigers lose 11-9. His performance is explained by writers in that he is in one of his sulks. The A's light up rookie Yip Owen in game two to win, 9-3.
» June 9, 1903: At St. Louis, the Giants win easily, 11-2, over the Cards. With the game in hand, Mathewson (12-2) is lifted in the 7th for Roscoe Miller.
» June 6, 1904: New York scores six runs in three innings against Pirates' P Roscoe Miller and coasts to an 11-0 win. The Giants are led by Browne, with four hits, Gilbert, with a homer and three hits, and Roger Bresnahan, with two homers, both inside-the-park. With the game safely in hand, Mathewson departs after five innings. Miller will be 7-8 with the Pirates before incurring a severe injury in a carriage accident on the way to the ball park in Philadelphia. The injury ends his career.