|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» April 19, 1929: The Giants bounce the Phils, 14–5, on 20 hits. Also hitting are Philley 1B Don Hurst and the Giants Harry Kelly, who was verbally riding Hurst from the bench. When separated, Hurst is ejected. Vet Carl Mays is the winning pitcher, running his winning streak to 13 games over the Phils. He's never lost (1st win: May 13, 1924) and it is his final decision against the Quakers.
» August 2, 1929: In the 9th inning at Philadelphia, 1B Don Hurst cracks his 6th home run in as many games, a major-league record up to this time. In the six games, Hurst had no other hits. The Phils win 2–0 over Pittsburgh, with Les Sweetland allowing 11 hits in the shutout to beat Larry French.
» July 24, 1930: The Phillies Chuck Klein objects sharply to an eighth-inning strike call by umpire Lou Jorda and is banished for the first time in his career. Also ejected are manager Burt Shotton, captain Fresco Thompson, and 1B Don Hurst. It is necessary to use 42-year-old Cy Williams in RF in the ninth, the only inning of play Klein will miss in 1930.
» June 11, 1934: The Cubs send Dolph Camilli and cash to the Phillies for Don Hurst, the 1930 RBI leader. Camilli will later win the 1941 MVP with the Dodgers, while Hurst hits .199 for the Cubs and disappears.