» May 31, 1959:
At Washington, the Yankees beat the Senators, 3–0, on Bob Turley's two-hitter. Moose Skowron accounts for the scoring with a three-run homer. Mickey Mantle almost homers, but his 438-foot drive is caught by CF Bob Allison.
» November 18, 1959: OF Bob Allison of Washington is voted the American League Rookie of the Year. Cleveland's Jim Perry is a distant 2nd.
» July 18, 1962: Minnesota is the first 20th-century club to hit two grand slams in one inning when Bob Allison and Harmon Killebrew connect in a team-record, 11-run first inning, against Cleveland. Barry Latman and Jim Perry serve the grand gophers. The Twins coast home 14–3.
» May 17, 1963:
At Cleveland, the Twins Bob Allison cranks out three consecutive home runs to lead Minnesota to an 11–4 win over the Indians.
» May 2, 1964: Minnesota becomes the 3rd club to hit four consecutive home runs in one inning. Tony Oliva, Bob Allison, Jimmie Hall, and Harmon Killebrew do the damage in an 11th-inning explosion that gives the visiting Twins a 7–3 win at Kansas City. The first three clouts are served up by Dan Pfister, and the last by Vern Handrahan. The Twins total six homers in the win.
» April 12, 1965:
In Minnesota, the Yankees drop their second straight 11th inning opener, as the Twins win 5–4. Twins starter Jim Kaat, stranded because of the ice and snow, is brought to Metropolitan Stadium by helicopter. Kaat is matched by Jim Bouton, who goes five innings, giving up two earned runs. Bob Allison's wind-blown fly ball in the 11th drops untouched for a three-base error by Hector Lopez, one of eight errors the two teams combine for. Cesar Tovar's 2-out single scores the winner off Pedro Ramos.
» September 2, 1965:
The Twins beat the Red Sox, 8–7, but get little help from Bob Allison who strikes out five times.
» July 23, 1966: Bob Allison of the Twins suffers a broken left hand when hit by a Jim Lonborg pitch during Minnesota's 10–4 win over the Red Sox.
» September 18, 1966:
The Twins beat the Yankees 5–3 in 10 innings on Bob Allison's pinch three-run homer, sending the Yankees to the cellar in the AL. In his last plate appearance of the year, Mickey Mantle whiffs and becomes the first player to strike out 1,500 times in his career.
» August 6, 1969:
Twins manager Billy Martin punches out his P Dave Boswell after a scuffle between Boswell and teammate Bob Allison. Boswell is hospitalized and requires 20 stitches. The Twins win today, 3–1, behind Jim Perry's 7th straight win.
» September 3, 1970:
The Twins Leo Cardenas hits a Wally Bunker pitch in the 8th inning off the foul pole, but the umps rule it a foul ball. Manager Bill Rigney and Bob Allison argue that is should be a homer and get tossed for their efforts. Cardenas then strikes out. Phil Roof and Roberto Pena homer to lead the Brewers, to an 8–3 victory.
» May 31, 2002:
Carlos Beltran hits a grand slam and adds a solo homer in the 11th to pace the Royals to a 10–7 win over Texas. His solo shot is the first of three consecutive home runs in the 11th, as Mike Sweeney and Joe Randa follow suit. They became just the 2nd team to hit at least three consecutive home runs in extra innings. The Twins had four consecutive home runs, from Tony Oliva, Bob Allison, Jimmie Hall and Harmon Killebrew, in the 11th inning, on May 2, 1964. Neifi Perez homers for KC, and Alex Rodriguez hits two for Texas.