» July 23, 1943:
Outfielders Luis Olmo, Augie Galan, and Stan Bordagaray of the Dodgers account for 18 putouts in a game against Cincinnati.
» May 17, 1945:
Trying for their 12th win in a row, the Dodgers are scuttled by the Pirates, 12–3. Nick Strincevich stops the Dodgers, who fall three games behind the Giants. Luis Olmo's hit streak is also stopped at 14 games.
» May 18, 1945:
In a 15–12 Dodgers' victory over the Cubs, Brooklyn's Luis Olmo hits a triple and home run, each with the bases loaded. No 20th century ML player has done that since. Olmo adds a 2B for good measure. Former OF Ben Chapman is the winning pitcher.
» August 5, 1946:
Mickey Owen quits his Mexican League team. He and Luis Olmo ask Commissioner Chandler for reinstatement 3 days later.
» June 29, 1949:
Mickey Owen and Luis Olmo rejoin the Dodgers from Mexican League exile.
» October 7, 1949:
The 9th inning decides the 3rd game also. At Ebbetts
Field, with the game tied 1-1, the Yanks score
3, the Dodgers 2 in the final stanza. Johnny
Mize's 2-run pinch single is the big factor followed
by Jerry Coleman's run-scoring hit. Roy Campanella
and Luis Olmo hit bases-empty HRs in the bottom of
» May 6, 1950: The Boston Braves hit five home runs in a 15–11 trouncing of the Reds. This gives them a National League record 13 home runs in three consecutive games, breaking the Giants mark of 12 set in July 1, 2, 3, 1947. Luis Olmo, Earl Torgeson, Bob Elliott, Willard Marshall, and Sid Gordon hit the five today.