» May 9, 1915: It is Nap Lajoie Day as the long-time hero returns to Cleveland in an A's uniform. But Nap is hitless as Guy Morton tosses a 6–0 shutout against Philadelphia.
» August 15, 1915: The Browns George Sisler pitches a complete game against the Indians, losing 1–0 to Guy Morton.
» June 11, 1916: In the 7th inning against the A's, Cleveland's Guy Morton ties a major-league record by striking out four batters.
» June 1, 1917:
Guy Morton of Cleveland finally stops the Red Sox. shutting them out, 3–0, on one hit (a rifle shot over 2B by rival P Babe Ruth in the 8th). Ray Chapman and Braggo Roth both steal home in the 4th, but Ruth allows just one hit until the 9th.
» September 5, 1921:
Browns pitcher Urban Shocker takes his first loss after winning nine in a row. Elmer Smith's two home runs pace a 10–5 Indians win in a morning game to back Guy Morton's pitching. In the afternoon game, a 12–8 St. Louis win, Smith starts off with another one. Having hit one in Detroit the day before, Smith has seven straight extra base hits in three games—a ML record—for 22 total bases (3 doubles, four home runs + two walks). Earl Sheehy, in 1926, will seven long hits in just two games—a ML record—but he will sandwich those around a sac fly.
» May 27, 1956: Thanks to a dropped 3rd strike by C Hobie Landrith, P Jim Davis of the Cubs fans four straight Cardinals in the 6th inning. Wally Moon leads off the inning with a double and then steals 3B. The knuckler then K's Hal Smith and Jackie Brandt. His 3rd strike on Lindy McDaniel eludes Landrith, and the pitcher reaches first while Moon scores. Don Blasingame then strikes out for the 4th strikeout in the inning. Not since Guy Morton, in 1916, has a pitcher fanned four in one inning. But the Cubs still lose, 11–9. The Cards pummel the Cubs in the 2nd game as well, winning 12–2.