» May 22, 1922: Down 3–0 to the Browns' Vangilder, Babe Ruth finally puts the Yankees on the board with a homer in the 8th. The Yankees win in the 13th when Ev Scott's single off Hub Pruett scores Bob Meusel.
» May 30, 1922:
Playing without Heilmann and Ty Cobb, the Tigers down the Browns, 6–5 in the A.M. game. The Browns Urban Shocker then allows just one run in 14 1/3 innings before he and Tobin are tossed out of the game for protesting umpire Owens ball and strike calls. Tobin's argument gets him a week's suspension. The Browns win, 2–1, in the 16th on catcher Pat Collins single. Hub Pruett picks up the win, striking out four of the last five batters.
» September 2, 1922:
At Detroit, the Browns win their 2nd in a row over the Tigers, 5–4. Hub Pruett allows three hits in four innings to win in relief. George Sisler hits in his 30th consecutive game.
» September 11, 1922: The Browns, down 4–3 to the Tigers in the 9th, but a walk and a George Sisler triple ties the game. Marty McManus lines a single to win it 5–4 for reliever Hub Pruett. Sisler falls on his shoulder in the 7th stretching for a ball but stays in the game.
» September 17, 1922: Browns southpaw Hub Pruett, who has fanned Ruth nine of 10 times over the season, is reached for a home run by the Bambino, but he still beats the Yankees, 5–1. Whitey Witt receives an ovation but the partisan crowd is CF is quick to wave white hankies in the 8th inning for Yanks pinch-hitter McMillan. Police make them stop. George Sisler has a single to extend his streak to 41 games.