» August 1, 1968: Against the Red Sox, Stan Bahnsen strikes out 12 batters, the most ever by a Yankee rookie, in posting his first ML shutout, 1–0. His mark will last 30 years until "El Duque" Hernandez K's 13 batters. A safe bunt by Tom Tresh, a steal, and a single by Bill Robinson accounts for the only run off Dave Morehead.
» August 23, 1968: Stan Bahnsen outpitches Earl Wilson to give the host Yankees a 2–1 win over Detroit. The two teams then battle for 19 innings, before the 2nd game is suspended by curfew with the score 3–3. The game will be finished tomorrow. In the long tie, Lindy McDaniel retires 21 straight Tiger batters, six on strikeouts. In his last three relief appearances, he has retired 30 batters in a row.
» November 19, 1968: Yankees P Stan Bahnsen, who was 17-12, is named American League Rookie of the Year.
» April 27, 1969:
Led by Frank Robinson's eight RBIs, the first place Orioles sweep a pair from the Yankees, 6–0 and 10–5. Robby has two homers and four singles. Mike Cuellar shuts out the Yanks, beating Stan Bahnsen (0-5).
» July 15, 1969:
Reggie Smith collects five straight hits in the opener, stretching his hit streak to 21, and leading the Red Sox to 7–6 win over New York. He'll gets another hit in the nitecap, a 41 win by New York's Stan Bahnsen (5–10), but his hit streak will stop tomorrow.
» April 6, 1971:
At Fenway Park, the Red Sox take their second straight Opener against the Yankees, winning 3–1. Boston's Ray Culp allows five hits in nine innings in winning over Stan Bahnsen, who gives up two runs in seven innings. Reggie Smith has three hits and his throw to the plate in the 8th gets the last out.
» December 2, 1971:
The Yanks send P Stan Bahnsen to the White Sox for INF Rich McKinney. Bahnsen will win 21 games for the White Sox in 1972, while McKinney will fail to win the 3B job in NY. The Yanks also get Bernie Allen from Texas in a trade for lefties Terry Ley and Gary Jones.
» July 31, 1972: Dick Allen becomes the first player since 1950 (Hank Thompson) to hit two inside-the-park homers in a game. Minnesota's Bert Blyleven is on the mound in the first and the 5th when Allen connects past Danny Darwin in CF. Chicago wins, 8–1 behind Stan Bahnsen, with Allen driving in five with his homers.
» June 12, 1973: White Sox pitcher Stan Bahnsen surrenders 12 hits, but shuts out the Indians, 2–0.
» June 21, 1973:
White Sox pitcher Stan Bahnsen shuts out the Indians, 2–0, but gives up 12 hits while doing it, two shy of the record in a shutout.
» August 21, 1973: Cleveland's Walt Williams singles with two outs in the 9th, breaking up Stan Bahnsen's no-hitter. Bahnsen completes the one-hit shutout and the White Sox win, 4–0.
» June 15, 1975:
The White Sox make one of their better trades when they swap Stan Bahnsen and a minor leaguer to Oakland for reliever Dave Hamilton and 20-year-old minor league 3B Chet Lemon.
» August 17, 1977:
Montreal ends the Phillies' 13-game win streak with a bang, winning 13–0. Stan Bahnsen is the winner over Steve Carlton. The 13 games is a club record for this century: three times in the 19th C the club won 16 straight.