» December 3, 1971: The Brewers trade OF Jose Cardenal to the Cubs for P Jim Colborn and two other players.
» May 1, 1973:
Brewers starter Bill Parsons walks the first three A's batters and is lifted for Jim Colborn, who pitches a complete game, 4–3, win. Johnny Briggs drives in all the Milwaukee runs, including a home run in the 9th inning off Blue Moon Odom (0–5), to win it.
» June 18, 1973:
The Brewers win their game in their last 16, beating the Red Sox 8–3 behind Jim Colborn's 6th win. George Scott leads Milwaukee with two homers and three RBIs.
» September 10, 1973:
The Brewers reach 70 wins for the first time in franchise history, besting the Tigers. Jim Colborn goes all the way for his 19th win and Dave May hits his 25th home run of the year.
» September 26, 1973:
In front of a home crowd of 4,804, Jim Colborn wins his 20th for the Brewers, defeating the Yankees, 5–2. George Scott chips in with two RBIs, giving him 100 for the year. Colborn is the Brewers first 20-game winner and the first in Milwaukee since Tony Cloninger did it for the Braves in 1965.
» September 27, 1974: Baltimore breaks a scoreless tie with the Brewers in the 17th inning to pull out a 1–0 win. Grant Jackson wins the decision over Jim Colborn.
» June 8, 1975:
The Brewers catcher Darrell Porter drives in all four runs as Milwaukee tops the Angels, 4–3. Jim Colborn wins his first of the year.
» July 29, 1975: Milwaukee's first two hitters -- Don Money and Darrell Porter -- crack homers off Red Sox pitcher Diego Segui. That's enough for Jim Colborn, who wins, 4–0.
» September 15, 1975:
Red Sox lefty Roger Moret holds on for a 9–7 win over the visiting Brewers. Jim Colborn takes the loss. For Moret, this is his last win as a Red Sox as he'll go to Atlanta over the winter after a 14–3 season. For the years 1970-75 he finishes with an 18-7 record at Fenway, the 2nd best Red Sox lefty at home.
» May 14, 1977: Jim Colborn hurls a no-hit game as Kansas City beats Texas, 6–0. It is the first no-hitter at Royals Stadium by a KC hurler. Darrell Porter, who came to the Royals in the trade with Colborn, has a double and triple to back his batterymate. Tom Poquette has a pair of hits and a pair of sparkling catches.