» May 15, 1961: The Alou brothers and Orlando Cepeda lead an 18-hit attack as San Francisco overpowers the Cubs, 14–1. Dick Ellsworth gives up six runs in the 1st without retiring a batter. Cepeda hits two homers and a double and drives in five runs, while Felipe Alou hits his 1st grand slam and brother Matty Alou his first ML homer. Matty will combine with Jesus Alou in 1965 to homer in the same game. Mike McCormick is the easy winner.
» September 10, 1963:
At New York, the Giants trail 3–0 after 7 innings when manager Alvin Dark sends up consecutive Alous to bat in the 8th. Pinch hitter Jesus Alou grounds out, pinch hitter Matty Alou strikes out, and leadoff hitter Felipe Alou bounces back to P Carlton Willey. The Giants lose, 4–2. Willie McCovey's 38th homer and Orlando Cepeda's 29th account for the SF scoring.
» September 22, 1963: For the first time, all three Alou brothers share the outfield. In the seventh inning, Matty Alou is in LF, Felipe Alou replaces Willie Mays in CF, and Jesus Alou is in RF. In the 8th, the three are retired, 1, 2, 3. But the offense comes from Willie McCovey who hits three homers as the Giants whip the Mets, 13–4.
» July 10, 1964: Jesus Alou becomes the first Giant with six hits in a game in almost 40 years, as San Francisco beats the Cubs 10–3. All six hits are against different pitchers.
» August 12, 1965: The Giants split a pair with Pittsburgh, losing game two by a 5–2 score after winning the opener, 4–3. In the win, Matty and Jesus Alou hit homers, the first time two Alous have homerd in the same game since Matty Alou and Felipe Alou did it on May 15, 1961.
» July 7, 1967: The Giants edge the Cubs, 4–3, with Bo Belinsky getting the decision over Ferguson Jenkins. Jesus Alou's homer off Fergie is the big blow. The Cubs are in the midst of a seven game losing streak.
» July 23, 1967:
At Chicago, the Giants are 5–3 winners in Game One as Mike McCormick tops Fergie Jenkins. Jesus Alou hits his 2nd homer in three weeks off Jenkins.
» January 22, 1969: The Expos trade 1B Donn Clendenon and OF Jesus Alou to Houston for OF/1B Rusty Staub. Clendenon, however, refuses to report to Houston and announces that he is retiring instead. A few days later, Clendenon will decide that he would be willing to go to one of several other teams, a move which outrages the Astros. It will be April before the issues are resolved.
» April 8, 1969:
In the Padres victory over Houston, the leadoff batter at Jack Murphy Stadium is Astro outfielder Jesus Alou. Brother Matty Alou, with the Pirates, was the first batter up at the opening of Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium on April 12, 1966, and Brother Felipe, playing for Atlanta, was the first batter up when Busch Stadium opened in St. Louis a month later.
» May 21, 1970:
In Houston, Reds pitcher Jim McGlothin fires a 2-hitter as Cincy wins, 3–0. Joe Morgan and Jesus Alou have the only hits.
» May 31, 1973: Against Houston, Cubs pitcher Fergie Jenkins gives up home run to Jesus Alou, but holds on as the Cubs win, 16–8. Dave Roberts takes the loss. The tally of Alou family homers off Jenkins is as follows: Jesus homered on July 7th and 23rd, 1967 while with the Giants: Felipe Alou homered on April 25, 1968 as a Brave; Matty Alou hit a homer on September 5, 1971 while with the Cards.
» July 11, 1974: The Padres release OF Matty Alou. Matty's brother, Felipe Alou, was released by the Brewers on April 29th. Younger brother Jesus Alou keeps the Alou name alive in ML baseball, playing for the A's.
» June 12, 1978: Jesus Alou, signed by Houston after being out of ML baseball for two seasons, goes 4-for-4 to help the Astros to a 6–5 win over Pittsburgh. Alou is now hitting .343.