» July 29, 1956:
Herb Score and Hank Aguirre of the Indians sweep Baltimore 3-0 and 40.
» February 18, 1958: Cleveland sends veteran C Jim Hegan and P Hank Aguirre to Detroit for C-OF J.W. Porter and P Hal Woodeshick. Aguirre will pitch 10 years for Detroit.
» May 22, 1960: With Rocky Colavito on the bench because of poor hitting, the Tigers sweep the visiting Red Sox, 6–2 and 5–2. Boston has now lost nine straight and extend that to 10 games before winning. Jim Bunning and Hank Aguirre notch the wins, as the Hubmen strand 15 runners in the nitecap.
» April 26, 1961: Roger Maris hits his first home run of 1961 off Paul Foytack of Detroit, and Mickey Mantle adds home runs from both sides of the plate (for the 8th time), as New York wins 13–10 at Tiger Stadium. Mantle's 2nd homer, a 2-run shot off Hank Aguirre, snaps a 10–10 tie in the 10th.
» September 10, 1962: Against Hank Aguirre, Mickey Mantle clouts a 4th inning homer run, the 400th of his career, to tie the game 1–1. The Yanks score two in the 9th off Aguirre to beat Detroit 3–1. The victory, combined with a Minnesota loss, gives the Yanks a three 1/2 game lead over the Twins. The surprising Angels are in 3rd place, four games back.
» June 12, 1963: Rookie OF Vic Davalillo, batting .304, suffers a broken arm when hit by a Hank Aguirre pitch in Cleveland's 12–6 win against the Tigers.
» July 24, 1964: Hank Aguirre gives up five runs on three homers to New York in the first four innings, but the Tigers overcome a 5–2 deficit to win 10–5.
» August 26, 1966:
Detroit's Earl Wilson, winner of six straight, hits an 8th inning homer to give himself a 5–3 lead over New York. But the Yankees, batting against reliever Hank Aguirre in the 9th, tally one run on a Clete Boyer single, and win it, 6–5, when Mickey Mantle clouts a pinch homer over a leaping Al Kaline in RF. The win still leaves New York (57–72) in last place.