» May 14, 1957: Winners of 12 straight on the road, the Reds, return home and lose to the Phillies, 10–8. Ed Bouchee hits a 2-run home run in the 9th to give the Phils their winning margin. Bob Thurman, who made his ML debut two years ago at the age of 37, hits a 3-run homer for the Reds in the 5th inning. Thurman is the first ML player to homer on his 40th birthday.
» November 7, 1957: The AP poll names Phillies P Jack Sanford its National League Rookie of the Year with 16 votes, beating out teammate 1B Ed Bouchee.
» February 21, 1958: Phillies 1B Ed Bouchee pleads guilty to a series of sex offenses, such as indecent exposure, involving young girls. He will receive a 3-year probationary sentence and enter a rehabilitation program until the end of May.
» July 2, 1958:
ML baseball reinstates 1B Ed Bouchee of the Phils, who was suspended on a morals charge.
» August 30, 1959:
In the 2nd of two games, the Pirates, down 5, tie the Phillies in the 9th inning, then win in the 10th, 7–6. The victory goes to Elroy Face, even though he gives up a home run to Ed Bouchee in the top of the 10th. Face is now 17–0 and the Pirates are just four games in back of the leading Giants.
» May 13, 1960:
Philadelphia suffers its 3rd straight 1–0 shutout, losing to the Reds in Cincinnati. The Phillies, losers of back-to-back 1–0 games in San Francisco, tie the major-league record for straight 1–0 losses. Jim O'Toole's win is Cincinnati's 9th straight. The Phils announce a trade of 1B Ed Bouchee and P Don Cardwell to the Cubs for 2B Tony Taylor and C Cal Neeman.
» November 8, 1989: Cubs OF Jerome Walton wins the National League Rookie of the Year Award, collecting 22 of 24 first-place votes to defeat teammate Dwight Smith. They are the first NL teammates to finish 1-2 in the voting since the Phillies Jack Sanford and Ed Bouchee in 1957. Walton is the first Cub to win rookie honors since Billy Williams, in 1961.