» May 5, 1962: Angels rookie Bo Belinsky pitches a no-hitter against the Orioles, the organization from which the cocky lefty was drafted last year. Belinsky has nine strikeouts and beats Steve Barber 20.
» May 11, 1962:
Bo Belinsky wins his 5th straight as the Angels beat the White Sox, 42. Bo strikes out 11.
» June 26, 1962: Earl Wilson pitches a no-hitter, his first ML shutout, as Boston beats the Los Angeles Angels 20. The righthander also hits a home run off loser Bo Belinsky, who pitched his no-hitter six weeks earlier.
» September 6, 1962: Commissioner Ford Frick announces that any transfer of Bo Belinsky to the Athletics as part of the Dan Osinski deal will be voided due to a technicality in the rules.
» September 19, 1963: At Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, 476 lonely fans watch the Angels and
Orioles game. The Angels win, 72, behind Bo Belinsky.
» May 23, 1964: At New York, the Angels score four in the first, and the Yankees counter with five in the bottom of the inning off Bo Belinsky. That's all the scoring for the pinstripers as the Angels win 95. This is the 2nd game this season that the injury-plagued Yanks have started their regular outfield of Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris and Tom Tresh. Mantle will pull a muscle on the 26th, keeping him out of the lineup for two weeks.
» August 14, 1964: Bo Belinsky is suspended by the Angels after attacking sportswriter Braven Dyer. Four days later Belinsky is assigned to Hawaii (Pacific Coast League), then suspended for the season when he refuses to report.
» December 3, 1964: In what is fine move by the Angels, California unloads P Bo Belinsky to the Phillies for minor-league pitcher Rudy May and 1B Costen Shockley.
» April 20, 1966: Hank Aaron clouts homers 399 and 400 to lead the Braves to a victory, 81, over the Phillies. The first shot is off starter Ray Culp in the 1st inning, and number 400 comes in the 9th inning, off Bo Belinsky.
» June 25, 1967: Ernie Banks slams two 2-run homers to back rookie Joe Niekro's 3-hitter, and the Cubs win 80 over the Astros to sweep. Bill Hands hurls a 5-hitter in the opener to win, 41. Banks' 1st blast breaks up a pitching duel with Bo Belinsky and his 2nd caps a 5-run 7th.
» July 7, 1967: The Giants edge the Cubs, 43, 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.
» August 18, 1968:
Pitching for Hawaii (PCL) Bo Belinsky twirls a no-hitter, defeating Tacoma 10. Bo will fail next year in a comeback attempt with the Cardinals.
» February 2, 1970: The Pirates trade Bo Belinsky to the Reds for Dennis Ribant.