1911 – With Cobb’s two triples pacing the Tiger offense, Detroit handily defeats Walter Johnson and the Sens, 7-2, in the nation’s capital.
1938 - Brothers and battery mates Rick and Wes Ferrell each collect RBI doubles as the Senators douse the visiting Pale Hose, 5-1. Pitcher Wes collects the win.
1949 - The Senators pound out 14 hits to make P Paul Calvert the winner in a 12-3 rout of the Browns at Sportsman Park. This will be Calvert’s last win as a Senator as he will go on to lose his next 14 decisions, the 4th worst in AL history.
1952 - Satchel Paige of the Browns pitches 5.2 scoreless relief innings as St. Louis prevails 3-2 in 17 innings. Paige goes 3-for-3 as a hitter, including driving in the eventual winning run in the top of the 17th.
1957 - Pedro Ramos serves up a 3 run homer to Ted Williams in the top of the 8th as the Sens are doubled up by Boston, 5-3. Ramos will surrender 17 home runs this month, an all time ML record for any month.
Max Wilson B Jun. 3, 1916 D Jan. 2, 1977
Pitcher Max Wilson had 2 brief visits to the major leagues, first with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1940, and then with the Senators in 1946. Appearing in 9 games in a Washington uniform, he would post a record of 0-1 in 12.2 IP.
Tom Wilson B Jun. 3, 1890 D Mar. 7, 1953
Another “One Game Wonder”, catcher Tom Wilson’s cup o’ coffee with the Senators was served on September 8th of 1914. He was 0-1 at the plate.