» May 23, 1910: The Reds Dode Paskert steals 2B, 3B, and home in the first inning against the Boston Doves (Braves). Dode's score is the difference as the Reds win, 65.
» July 5, 1911: The Phils pound Christy Mathewson for the 2nd time in three days, beat the Giants ace, 6–4. Dode Paskert is 4-for-4 to lead the Quakers 14-hit attack.
» June 3, 1916: Philadelphia's Pete Alexander shuts out the Cardinals, 2–0. His shutout is saved when Dode Paskert makes a leaping catch to rob Frank Snyder of a home run. Lee Meadows is the loser.
» July 7, 1916: At St. Louis, Pete Alexander shuts out the Cards for a 1–0 Phillie win, topping Lee Meadows. Dode Paskert in CF makes two leaping catches off the bat of Bob Bescher to save home runs.
» September 3, 1917: Trying to keep the Phils in the race, Grover Alexander does double duty, beating Brooklyn 6–0 and 9–3 in a Labor Day twinbill. Rube Marquard and Allan Russell try and stop Pete in the opener, while Jack Coombs and George Smith pitch in the nitecap. Milt Stock lines a homer in the opener when Zack Wheat, hampered by a sore ankle, can't reach his drive. Dode Paskert's bases loaded triple in the 2nd game is the big blow. Alex will win 30 for the 3rd straight year, with a league-leading 1.86 ERA.
» December 29, 1917: The Phils keep swapping with the Cubs, this month sending OF Dode Paskert, a 7-year veteran, to Chicago for left-handed slugger Cy Williams. Williams will flourish in Baker Bowl, and will hit 222 homers for the Phils over the next 13 years. Paskert will not enjoy the same success in the Windy City.
» September 20, 1925: In Cleveland, the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland old-timers play a 6–6, 8-inning tie. The lineups include Three Finger Brown, Jimmy Archer Artie Hofman, Mort Scanlan and Dutch Meier for Chicago; For Cleveland, Larry Nap Lajoie, Dode Paskert, Chief Zimmer, Cy Berger, Cy Young, and Joe Delahanty. The game benefits the Amateur and Old-timer's Baseball Association of Cleveland: "This association employs a doctor to look after the injuries of any boy hurt in baseball in that district." Before boarding the train for Cleveland, Brown throws batting practice for the Cubs at Chicago.
» May 11, 1947: In front of 41,660 at Shibe Park—the largest crowd to date to watch a baseball game in Philadelphia—the Phils take two from Brooklyn to take three out of four in the series. The Jays win 7–3 and 5–4. In the first game, the Phils score all their runs in the 3rd and 4th to give knuckler Dutch Leonard his 5th win against a defeat, and his 2nd win in three days against the Bums. Del Ennis's first homer of the year scores 3. Schoolboy Rowe, with relief help from Ken Heintzelman wins the nitecap. He also bangs a homer, and wins his 9th straight over two seasons. Harry Walker raises his average in a Phils uniform to .406 and "closes out the nitecap with one of the most spectacular catches of the season, a catch that would have made the immortal Dode Paskert of 30 years ago doff his hat." (Philadelphia Inquirer)