Walter Johnson and catcher Gabby Street in 1913 (TRADING CARD DB)

September 5, 1913: Walter Johnson spins a shutout for 30th win of season

“To encounter Walter Johnson even one time during a series…

September 29, 1913: Walter Johnson completes 11th shutout of season and 36th victory

Walter Johnson was on a roll of historic proportions as he…

May 15, 1918: Walter Johnson and Lefty Williams spar for 18 innings

Had there been room, the Griffin Stadium scoreboard would have…
Walter Johnson (TRADING CARD DB)

May 23, 1924: Walter Johnson throws a gem in 1-hitter over White Sox

Walter Johnson, “The Big Train,” one of the most storied…
Joe Judge (TRADING CARD DB)

July 13, 1924: Surprising slugfest between Senators, Cleveland ends in near-riot

Sunday, July 13, 1924, was a typical hot, humid midsummer day…

October 12, 1925: Bucs' offense wakes up as Aldridge gives Pirates hope in Game 5

The Pittsburgh Pirates “played headier baseball this afternoon…

August 8, 1931: Bobby Burke throws only Senators no-hitter at Griffith Stadium

Griffith Stadium was the home of the Washington Senators from…
Joe Kuhel (TRADING CARD DB)

May 16, 1933: Senators collect 27 hits to win extra-inning thriller over Cleveland

Ending a topsy-turvy, roller-coaster ride, first baseman Joe…

September 18, 1945: Senators stay alive in topsy-turvy home finale

With two weeks left in the season, the Senators were playing…

September 10, 1950: Joe DiMaggio homers three times at Washington's Griffith Stadium

Most players would consider entering an early September game…
Bob Porterfield (TRADING CARD DB)

September 12, 1953: Bob Porterfield wins 20th game of season for Senators

It was all over but the shouting. The pennant race in the American…

August 3, 1957: Roy Sievers blasts Senators to win at end of long, hot afternoon

Roy Sievers was the slugging star as the Washington Senators…

April 18, 1960: Camilo Pascual sets Opening Day record with 15 strikeouts

In late December 1959, it was widely published that Senators…