» June 7, 1979:
Charlotte's Mike Boddicker sets a Southern League record with 18 strikeouts in an 8–2 win over Knoxville.
» October 6, 1983: Orioles rookie Mike Boddicker ties the LCS record with 14 strikeouts in a 4–0 shutout of the White Sox, evening the series at 1–1.
» October 12, 1983: In game 2, Mike Boddicker pitches a 4–1 three-hitter to tie the Series 1-1. He has yet to allow an earned run in 18 post-season innings, and is the first rookie to pitch a 3-hitter in the World Series since Dickie Kerr in 1919.
» November 22, 1983: White Sox OF Ron Kittle, who hit .254 with 35 home runs and 100 RBI, but also struck out a league-leading 150 times, wins the American League Rookie of the Year Award. Cleveland's Julio Franco and Baltimore's Mike Boddicker finish 2nd and 3rd.
» June 27, 1987:
Darrell Evans slugs a 2-run home run in the first inning off Mike Boddicker for his 2,000th career hit, but his Tigers lose to Baltimore 4–2.
» July 29, 1988: Baltimore trades veteran pitcher Mike Boddicker to the Red Sox for minor leaguers Brady Anderson and Curt Schilling.
» September 14, 1988: Mike Greenwell hits for the cycle to help Mike Boddicker earn a victory in his first game against his former club, a 4–3 Boston win over the Orioles. Lee Smith notches his 26th save.
» April 16, 1990: At Fenway, the Brewers have 20 hits, but no home runs, in pounding Boston, 18–0. It is Milwaukee's largest shutout margin ever. Dave Parker has four hits including three doubles as Ted Higuera is the easy winner over Mike Boddicker. All five Sox pitchers allowed runs.
» August 27, 1990: Boston's Ellis Burks homers twice in an 8-run 4th inning of a 12–4 pasting of Cleveland. It is only the 2nd time a Sox hitter has homered twice in an inning (Bill Regan, June 16, 1928). Burks has five RBIs to back Mike Boddicker's win. Boddicker holds the Tribe scoreless through six frames.
» November 21, 1990: Veteran P Mike Boddicker (17-8 with Boston) signs as a free agent with the Royals, while Danny Jackson signs with the Cubs. Tom Browning re-signs with the Reds.