» December 24, 1959: The Braves sign Dominican star Rico Carty.
» April 21, 1963: Yakima (Northwest League) C Rico Carty hits two home runs in one at bat. The rookie catcher's first blast is nullified because time had been called.
» September 26, 1964: At Shibe Park, the Braves and Phillies set a major-league record by using 43 players in a 9-inning game. The Braves' 25 match the 9-inning high mark for National League clubs. Eight of the 25 are pitchers, tying a league mark, but still the stumbling Phils drop their 6th in a row 6–4. The topper is Rico Carty's 3-run triple in the top of the 9th against reliever Bobby Shantz, in for starter Art Mahaffey. Torre again has three hits for Milwaukee, which shaves the Phils' lead to a half-game.
» July 3, 1967: At the launching pad in Atlanta, Billy Williams, Ron Santo, and Randy Hundley homer for Chicago, and Rico Carty and Felipe Alou answer for the Braves—all in the first inning, a major league record. Carty adds another homer later, but Glenn Beckert's three-run shot helps put the game out of reach. Ray Culp emerges the winner, 12–6.
» May 4, 1970:
Rico Carty sets an Atlanta club record hitting in his 23rd straight game as the Braves beat Pittsburgh, 5–3.
» May 12, 1970: At Wrigley, Ernie Banks becomes the 8th member of the 500 home run club, connecting off Pat Jarvis during a 4–3 eleven-inning Cub win over the Braves. It his 1,600th career RBI. Frank Secory, an ex-Cub, is umpiring this game, and he was one of the umpires in the 1953 game in which Banks hit is first homer. Billy Williams' homer in the 9th ties the game and Ron Santo's RBI single in the 11th wins it. Atlanta's Rico Carty, meanwhile, has three singles and has hit in 30 consecutive games.
» May 16, 1970: The Reds Jim McGlothin shuts out the Braves 2–0, stopping Rico Carty's 31-game hitting streak in the process. Carty batted .451 (51-for-113) during the streak, which started April 8th.
» December 11, 1970: The Braves Rico Carty, the leading active ML hitter at .322 lifetime, suffers a fractured knee and ligament damage in a Dominican League game. Carty will miss the entire 1971 season.
» August 24, 1971:
Braves OF Rico Carty announces he has suffered permanent damage to his right eye from an altercation with three policemen in Atlanta.
» April 22, 1972: The Braves smash five homers, including Aaron's first of the year and #640 of his career, in defeating the Reds, 11–7. Williams belts 2, and Brown and Rico Carty one apiece.
» August 17, 1974: Cleveland purchases former National League batting champ Rico Carty from Cordoba of the Mexican League. He will hit .363 for the rest of the season.
» August 15, 1978: The Blue Jays trade DH Rico Carty to the A's for DH Willie Horton and a minor league pitcher.