» September 28, 1982: In the first game of a doubleheader, Toronto's Jim Clancy (15–14) is deprived of a no-hitter when the Twins Randy Bush leads off the 9th inning with a broken-bat single. Clancy had retired all 24 batters he faced before Bush singled, and settles for a 3–0 one-hitter. In game 2, the Twins stake starter Terry Felton (0-13) to a 3–0 lead but the Jays tie it up, knocking Felton out of his last ML game. The Jays win it, 4–3.
» July 18, 1983:
At Toronto, George Brett is robbed of an apparent triple by his teammate Mike Armstrong. Brett hits a liner down the RF line that Armstrong, sitting in the bullpen, thinks is foul and retrieves. Ump Bill Kunkel decides to send U.L. Washington, who scored on the play, back the 2B, and Brett is sent to 2B. Brett has a homer off Jim Clancy but KC eventually loses , 8–2.
» September 9, 1983:
Oakland's first two batter, Rickey Henderson and Mike Davis, line homers off Toronto's Jim Clancy. It turns out to be the margin of difference in a 7–5 win.
» April 30, 1984: In Toronto, a game is called on account of wind. Despite gusts up to 60 mph, Jays starter Jim Clancy manages to retire the first two Rangers before the umps step in and call the game. Clancy was blown off the mound several times. The two will split a twinbill tomorrow.
» June 23, 1988:
Despite lead off home runs by Baltimore's Ken Gerhart and Fred Lynn, off Jim Clancy, Toronto wins, 5–2. This is the 2nd time in his career Clancy has started a game this way.
» August 3, 1989: The Reds score 14 runs in the first inning of an 18–2 demolition of the Astros. ML records set during the onslaught include most hits in an inning (16), most players with two hits in an inning (7), and most singles in an inning (12). Mariano Duncan and Luis Quinones each tie the major-league record by batting three times and the team ties the National League and ML mark with most players scoring twice (6). Tom Browning is the easy complete game winner while Jim Clancy, who gives up seven runs while recording no outs, is the loser. Bob Forsch, allows 10 runs on 18 hits in seven innings, and Juan Agosto, one run in one inning.
» July 31, 1991: The Astros trade P Jim Clancy to the Braves for P Matt Turner and a player to be named later.