» August 31, 1926:
White Sox IF Ray Morehart gets nine hits in 10 at bats in a doubleheader, a record that has been matched but never broken.
» June 8, 1927: Tony Lazzeri clouts three homers in the Yankees 11-inning, 12–11, win over the White Sox. Tony's first two round trippers come off Red Faber, and his 3rd is a 2-run line drive in the 9th inning off George Connally that ties the game. The Yanks were behind, 11–6, going into the 9th inning. New York wins it in the 11th after Cedric Durst triples, Lazzeri is intentionally walked, and Ray Morehart singles over Barrett's head in RF.
» June 9, 1927:
At New York, the Yanks win for the 3rd straight over Chicago, winning 8–3. New York knocks Blankenship out of the box in the 7th and Ray Morehart hits reliever Cole's 1st pitch for a 3-run homer. Babe Ruth follows with a triple and then steals home. The Yanks score six in the frame.