» July 19, 1966: At Chicago, Cubs Byron Browne strikes out five times against Reds starter Jim Maloney. The Reds finally win, 3–2, in 18 innings, with Joe Nuxhall victorious over Fergie Jenkins. Don Pavletich belts a homer in the 18th inning off Jenkins. In tomorrow's Reds win over the Cubs, Browne will K another three times to set a National League record for two games on his way to leading the NL in strikeouts with 143.
» October 7, 1969: The Cards trade outfielders Curt Flood and Byron Browne, P Joe Hoerner, and C Tim McCarver to Philadelphia for 1B Richie Allen, 2B Cookie Rojas, and P Jerry Johnson.
» May 26, 1970: Tony Taylor cracks an inside-the-park homer in the 9th inning with two men on to give the Phils a 3–2 win at Montreal. The batter before Taylor, pinch hitter Byron Browne singled and was called out for passing baserunner Tommy Hutton, who held up to see if RF Rusty Staub had trapped Browne's hit. Taylor gets Browne off the hook with his drive, circling the bases after CF Adolfo Phillips crashes into the wall.
» July 2, 1970:
At Connie Mack Stadium, the Phils break their scoreless streak of 53 innings and sweep two from the Mets, 6–1 and 3–2. With successive pinch hits by Tony Taylor, Ron Stone, and Byron Browne, the Phils score six in the 8th inning to win the opener for Jim Bunning, then again come from behind to win the nitecap for Chris Short. The opener is the 6,000th game played at the ancient stadium.
» September 8, 1993: Houston's Darryl Kile no-hits the Mets, winning by a score of 7-1. He fans nine and walks 1. Mets 3B Butch Huskey becomes the 3rd player in history to make his major league debut on the losing end of a no-hitter. Byron Browne and Don Young of the Cubs did so in Sandy Koufax's perfect game in 1965.