» December 15, 1959: The Reds send 2B Johnny Temple to the Indians for 2B Billy Martin, P Cal McLish, and 1B Gordy Coleman.
» May 7, 1961:
Trailing Milwaukee, 4-0 after seven innings, the Reds unleash the fire power. They score three runs in the 8th on homers by Frank Robinson and Wally Post, and two more in the 9th, on homers by Leo Cardenas and Gordy Coleman, to win 5–4.
» July 1, 1961:
At Milwaukee, Gordy Coleman collects eight hits and leads the Reds to a sweep over the Braves. The Reds win the opener, 8–5, as Coleman collects five hits, including a 3-run homer in the 13th off Warren Spahn. Gordy chips in with three more hits in the nitecap, a 4–3 Reds win.
» October 5, 1961: Joey Jay's 4-hitter, Gordy Coleman's 2-run home run, and two RBI hits by Johnny Edwards lead Cincinnati to a 6–2 win and even the World Series.
» July 2, 1962:
At Cincinnati, Reds 1B Gordy Coleman hits a 2-run homer in the bottom of the 9th to beat the Cubs, 4–3.
» June 11, 1965: Lou Klein replaces Bob Kennedy as head coach of the Cubs. Kennedy becomes assistant to GM John Holland. It doesn't help today as the Cubs lose, 4–3, to the Reds at Wrigley. Gordy Coleman's 2-run homer in the 9th inning is the winner.
» June 2, 1966:
Houston erupts for eight runs in the 12th inning at Cincinnati to win 11–4. The clubs combine to tie a NL record by scoring nine runs in the 12th. Reds manager Don Heffner tries to win earlier, sending up three pinch hitters in the 8th: all three—Tony Perez, Gordy Coleman, and Art Shamsky—strike out. In the 9th, P Billy McCool bats for himself and grounds out with the sacks filled. The next reliever, Jack Baldschun, is jumped on for all eight runs in the 12th, an outing which increases his ERA for the year from 4.15 to 5.49