» September 5, 1935: Rookie Terry Moore of the Cardinals goes 6-for-6 and the rest of the Cards add another 12 hits to paste the Braves, 15–3.
» September 17, 1935:
With Terry Moore sidelined after fracturing his foot yesterday, the Cards top Brooklyn, 4–2 behind Jess Haines. Paul Dean saves the game in relief. In the 2nd game of the doubleheader in St. Louis, a tired Dizzy Dean again fails in relief, giving up three runs in relief, as Brooklyn wins 8–7. The Cards are now trailing the Cubs by two 1/2 games.
» June 11, 1938:
Cardinals OF Terry Moore sustains a concussion after crashing into a wall at Sportsman's Park. The game with the Giants ends in a rained out 8-inning 2–2 tie.
» July 15, 1938:
Terry Moore returns to the Cardinal lineup following his June 11th concussion. He gets 3 hits to help St. Louis snap an 8-game losing streak.
» May 18, 1940:
The Cards collect just seven hits off Hot Potato Luke Hamlin, but all are for extra bases to tie an National League record. The Dodgers lose, 6–2. Five of the hits are home runs -- 2 each by Johnny Mize and Terry Moore. Pee Wee Reese steals his 17th base in 26 games; the Cards have just five stolen bases.
» August 24, 1942: The Dodgers open a 4-game series in St. Louis with Larry French (13–1) on the mound for the front-runners. Terry Moore scores four runs for the Birds as they coast to a 7–1 victory behind Max Lanier's 14th victory.
» August 16, 1950: At the Polo Grounds, Henry Thompson of the Giants hits two HRs, both inside-the-park, as the Giants pummel the Dodgers, 16–7. Thompson is the first to do this since Terry Moore hit two for the Cardinals at Forbes Field on this same date in 1939. Don Mueller adds a grand slam. The Giants jump on Erskine in the first inning as 13 of the first 14 batters reach first safely. Sal Maglie is the winner despite giving up two homers, good for six runs, to Gil Hodges. The win leaves the Dodgers in third place, seven games out and the Giants in fifth, 10 games in back of the Phils.
» June 15, 1954:
With exactly half the season remaining, former Cardinals CF Terry Moore replaces Phillies manager Steve O'Neill.
» July 18, 1954:
The NL awards a forfeit victory over the Cards to the Phils for a stall that follows a first-inning brawl featuring Phils manager Terry Moore and 1B Earl Torgeson, and Cards C Sal Yvars. The Cardinals are under the impression that local ordinances prevent lights being turned on to continue a game. Down 8-1 in the fifth inning of game two, St. Louis begins stalling.
» October 14, 1954:
The Phils name Mayo Smith to succeed interim manager
Terry Moore as their manager for 1955.