» June 20, 1934: The first-place Giants score seven runs in the 3rd to crush the Cubs, 12–7. Mel Ott leads the way with two homers —his 16th and 17th—and drives in six runs. Joe Moore has four hits including a homer and Fred Fitzsimmons, who weakened in the 8th, is credited with the win. Charlie Root, who got none out in the 3rd before retiring, is the loser. The Giants now lead the Cards by five games.
» June 7, 1935: Behind Roy Parmelee's pitching, the Giants squeeze by the visiting Braves, 3–2, in 10 innings. Mel Ott homers in the 9th to tie, and Bill Terry drives in the winning run in the 10th off Ben Cantwell. Giants LF Joe Moore hits in his 11th straight game.
» 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.
» August 13, 1939:
The Giants hit three successive HRs in the fourth inning, with Joe Moore, Alex Kampouris, and P Bill Lohrman connecting. The Giants add four more HRs in the game to beat the Phils 11-2.
» 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.
» June 11, 1940: In the 2nd of two, Paul Dean debuts with the Giants and beats the Cubs, 3–1, on four hits. Joe Moore runs his hitting streak to 14 games when he belts an 8th inning homer off Claude Passeau. The Giants win the opener 4–0 behind Bill Lohrman to pull within one 1/2 games of the Reds and Dodgers. Bill Lee is the losing Cubs hurler in that one.
» September 18, 1954: The Giants' Don Mueller makes his 200th hit an inside-the-park
HR, making him the first Giant to get 200 hits
since Joe Moore in 1936. Willie Mays also has an inside-the
park-HR, as the Giants beat the Phils 8-1.