» October 5, 1912:
In their last game at Washington Park, the Superbas lose to the Giants, 1–0. Pat Ragan takes the loss before 10,000 fans. Brooklyn will open next season at Ebbets Field.
» July 5, 1913: With manager John McGraw in the grandstands, the Giants win their 11th straight, beating Brooklyn, 3–2. Christy Mathewson is the winner over Pat Ragan, scattering 12 hits but walking none. His walkless streak is at 47 innings.
» October 1, 1914:
Phils slugger Gavvy Cravath belts his ML-record 19th homer, off Brooklyn's Pat Ragan. All of Gavvy's homers this year have come at Baker Bowl, a ML-record for the 20th century, topped only by Chicago's Fred Pfeffer in 1884 (26). Cravath also leads NL outfielders with 34 assists in right field.
» October 5, 1914:
In game two of a twinbill with the Braves, Dodger P Pat Ragan relieves in the 8th inning and strikes out the side on nine pitches, doffing his hat to the home crowd after each K. He's the first National Leaguer to do it. The celebration is a bit premature as the Braves score five runs off Ragan in the 9th to win, 9–5. Boston wins the opener, 15–2.
» June 1, 1915: The Braves Pat Ragan gives up two hits in subduing the Giants, 7–0. Christy Mathewson goes seven innings to take the loss.
» June 28, 1915: The Giants sweep two from the Braves, winning 3–2 and 5–3. Christy Mathewson wins the opener, 11 innings to beat Pat Ragan. Art Fletcher scores the wining run in the 11th on an error. Matty allows six hits, including a two-run homer in the 4th by Sherry Magee. Jeff Tesreau is the winner in the nitecap.
» October 6, 1915: The Boston Braves end the season with by shutting out the Giants in a doubleheader in New York, winning the opener 1–0 behind Tom Hughes and taking the nitecap by the same score. Pat Ragan is the winner. The Giants finish in last place, but are just 21 games behind the league leader, the closest an 8th place team will finish in major league history.