» April 12, 1966:
Rookie OF Tommie Agee ties the season opener in the 7th inning with a 2-run home run, and the White Sox add another to top the Angels 3–2.
» November 23, 1966: Chicago OF Tommie Agee is voted American League Rookie of the Year, gathering 16 of the 18 votes. Kansas City P Jim Nash gets the other 2. Agee had been brought up briefly the past four seasons before finding a permanent spot this year.
» December 15, 1967:
The Mets trade OF Tommy Davis, P Jack Fisher, P Billy Wynne, and C Dick Booker to the White Sox for OF Tommie Agee and IF Al Weis.
» September 3, 1969:
Collared his first four times up, Tommy Davis hits a double in the 9th inning to stretch his hit streak to 31 games. The double drives in the winning run as LA tops the Mets 5–4. The Mets had tied in the 8th when Tommie Agee and Donn Clendenon each homered with a man on.
» September 8, 1969: At Shea Stadium, the Mets top the Cubs 3–2 on Tommie Agee's 2-run home run. Jerry Koosman beats Bill Hands and strikes out 13 Cub batters. Chicago has now lost five in a row and leads the Mets by one 1/2 games.
» October 5, 1969: New York beats Atlanta 11–6. Tommie Agee, Ken Boswell, and Cleon Jones hit home runs for the Mets; Hank Aaron, for the Braves.
» October 6, 1969: New York rallies twice and wins the first National League Championship Series. Tommie Agee, Ken Boswell, and Wayne Garrett hit home runs and fans swarm the Shea Stadium field after a 7–4 win.
» October 14, 1969: At Shea Stadium, Tommie Agee and Ed Kranepool hit homers; Agee makes two brilliant catches in CF, and New York wins World Series game 3, 5–0 over Baltimore.
» July 6, 1970:
Tommie Agee hits for the cycle to pace the Mets to a 10–3 win over the Cardinals. Jim McAndrew is the WP.
» July 24, 1970:
In a surprise move, the Mets Tommie Agee steals home with the bases loaded in the 10th to give the Mets a 2–1 win over the visiting Dodgers. Agee bunted and reached base on an error, stole 2B with two outs and went to 3B on the throw. After two walks he took home to pin the loss on Jim Brewer.
» November 21, 1970: TSN announces Gold Glove selections. White Sox SS Luis Aparicio wins the 9th and final honor of his career, while Mets OF Tommie Agee becomes the first non pitcher to win it in each league. Aparicio has now won a gold glove in the 50s, 60s, and 70s.