» September 11, 1973:
The Reds whip the visiting Dodgers, 6–3, as Ed Armbrister hits a bases loaded double in the 8th inning to drive in three runs. Ken Griffey's 3-run homer in the 4th off Don Sutton starts the Reds scoring. The Reds push their lead to four games over LA in the National League West.
» October 14, 1975: In a game featuring six home runs, three by each team, the Reds prevail 6–5 in the 10th inning. The game is marred by a controversial play involving Cincinnati's Ed Armbrister and Boston's Carlton Fisk. Armbrister lays down a sacrifice bunt in the 10th and seemingly hesitates breaking out of the batter's box; Fisk's subsequent throwing error leads to the Reds winning run. The Sox scream for an interference call from ump Barney Barnett, but to no avail.
» July 31, 1976: Reds reserve outfielder Ed Armbrister collects four hits, including two homers, as the Reds pummel the Astros, 12–1. Armbrister's two homers are half his career total and his only two for the year.