» July 1, 1960:
Cards reliever Ernie Broglio is nothing but efficient, tossing a total of two 1/3 innings of relief in two games with the Braves. Ernie wins both. The Cards blow a 7–0 lead in the opener before winning in the 10th, 8–7. They blow a 5–0 lead in the nitecap, but win 7–5. Fellow reliever Lindy McDaniel gets rapped in both games.
» August 14, 1961:
At Memorial Stadium, the Cards Ernie Broglio allows just five Dodger hits in shutting out Los Angeles, 5–0. Don Drysdale takes the loss. For the Dodgers, this will be the start of a ten-game losing streak.
» April 16, 1962: At Philadelphia, the Cards and Phillies each plate six runs in the first inning, but that's all the scoring for the hosts. The Cards add six more to win, 12–6. Starters Cal McLish and Bob Gibson each last less than an inning. Ernie Broglio earns the win with eight 1/3 innings of shutout ball.
» September 29, 1962:
The Dodgers (101–59) send Don Drysdale against the Cardinals, but Ernie Broglio wins the pitching duel, 2–0. The Dodgers lead by one game with one to play.
» May 3, 1963:
The Reds Pete Rose hits his first ML homer, connecting off Cards ace Ernie Broglio.
» August 22, 1963: After two straight losses to the Dodgers, the Cardinals break through and beat Don Drysdale, 3–2. Ernie Broglio is the winner.
» June 15, 1964: St. Louis acquires OF Lou Brock, with pitchers Jack Spring and Paul Toth, from the Cubs for pitchers Bobby Shantz and Ernie Broglio and OF Doug Clemens. Broglio, 28, has a 3–5 record, while Brock, a part-time OF with Chicago, is hitting .251. Brock will blossom in St. Louis hitting .348 while swiping 33 bases.
» August 23, 1964: Mets pitcher Willard Hunter picks up half his career wins (4) today as New York sweeps the Cubs, 2–1, in 10 innings, and 5–4 in the nitecap. No one has ever won a pair more efficiently as he totals one 2/3 innings of work. Bob Buhl and Don Elston pick up losses. The Cubs lose Ernie Broglio, who woke up with a locked elbow and will need surgery to repair the ulnar lateral ligament damage in his elbow. He'll be 1–6 in 1965.
» July 5, 1966: The Cubs give up on Ernie Broglio releasing him outright to Tacoma (PCL).