» September 2, 1971: Cesar Cedeno's 200-foot fly ball falls for a grand slam, following a collision of Dodgers 2B and RF. The Astros win 93.
» April 23, 1972: Sending 14 men to the plate, the Astros erupt for 10 runs in the 9th to defeat the Giants, 137. Cesar Cedeno collects five hits, including two in the 9th when he drives in three runs. May has a 3-run homer in the 9th.
» June 1, 1972: At Houston, Hal McRae pinch hits a 6th inning grand slam to spark the Reds to a win, 103. The Astros had taken a 30 lead on homers by Cesar Cedeno and Doug Rader. Johnny Bench hits his 4th homer in three games in the 7th, and Tony Perez adds a homer in the 9th.
» August 2, 1972:
Houston's Cesar Cedeno hits for the cycle in a 101 win over the Reds.
» August 9, 1976:
In Houston's 134 win over the Cardinals, Cesar Cedeno hits for the cycle.
» October 10, 1980: A scoreless pitchers' duel in Houston ends in the bottom of the 11th inning on Joe Morgan's leadoff triple and Denny Walling's sacrifice fly. Houston is up two games to one, but the win is costly as Cesar Cedeno injures an ankle.
» September 8, 1981: Houston's Cesar Cedeno is fined $5,000 but not suspended after attacking a fan during the Astros 32 loss to the Braves. Witnesses said that three men in the box seats had been loudly berating Cedeno's wife and making remarks about the 1973 incident in which he was convicted of involuntary manslaughter for the accidental shooting death of a young woman in the Dominican Republic.
» December 18, 1981: The Reds swap 3B Ray Knight to the Astros for OF Cesar Cedeno.
» June 16, 1982:
Cesar Cedeno drives in six runs with two homers and a triple to pace the Reds to a 73 win over the visiting Giants.
» August 17, 1982: Cincinnati's Mario Soto fans 15 Mets in a 92 victory to raise his league-leading total to 209. Soto walks none. He will finish the season with 274 strikeouts, 2nd only to Steve Carlton's 286. The Reds Cesar Cedeno steals his 500th base, just the 10th player in history to reach that level.
» August 18, 1982:
The Reds play 14 innings and overcome a 51 Mets lead to win 76. Cesar Cedeno singles in the winning run. Tomorrow, they will win in the 10th against the Mets, 31, on Ron Oester's home run.
» August 26, 1985:
The Reds beat the Cardinals 76 and use a record five players with over 2,000 hits apieceBuddy Bell, Pete Rose, Tony Perez, Dave Concepcion, and Cesar Cedeno.
» August 29, 1985:
The Reds trade veteran OF Cesar Cedeno to the Cardinals for minor leaguer Mark Jackson. Cedeno will help St. Louis to the National League East title by batting .434 in 28 games.
» September 11, 1985:
John Tudor allows three hits in 10 innings for his 3rd consecutive shutout, outdueling Dwight Gooden and the Mets 10 to move St. Louis back into a first-place tie with New York in the National League East. Cesar Cedeno's 10th-inning homer provides the game's only run.
» October 5, 1985: The Cardinals, Royals, and Blue Jays all clinch their division championships. John Tudor pitches a 4-hitter and Cesar Cedeno goes 3-for-3 with a home run, as St. Louis beats the Cubs 71. It is Tudor's 20th win in 21 decisions after starting the season 17.
» August 26, 1998:
Atlanta's Andruw Jones steals his 20th base of the season, becoming the youngest player ever to have a 20 homer, 20 steal season. Cesar Cedeno was the previous record-holder. The Braves go on win by a score of 62.