» April 16, 1969: The Orioles take first place in the American League East with an 11–8 win at Boston, in a game stopped in the last half of the 8th because of rain. Baltimore will remain in 1st place the rest of the season. Billy Conigliaro, playing in place of his brother, smashes a pair of homers for his first ML hits, but Don Buford, Paul Blair and Brooks Robinson answer for the O's.
» July 4, 1970:
At Fenway, Tony Conigliaro & Billy Conigliaro homer for the Red Sox in a 5–1 win over the Indians. Sonny Siebert is the winner.
» September 19, 1970:
Boston's Billy Conigliaro connects for a 4th inning home run off Washington's Jim Hannan, and in the 7th frame, brother Tony Conigliaro wallops a solo shot off Joe Grzenda. The Red Sox win 11–3 after taking the first game, 7–3. The brothers also homered in the same game on July 4. Billy will end the year with 18 home runs, while Tony will connect for 36. Frank Howard is frustrated with five strikeouts in game 1.
» September 30, 1970: The Yankees Fritz Peterson wins his 20th, defeating the Red Sox, 4–3. Billy Conigliaro and Alvarado, with his first ML homer, go deep for Boston.
» October 11, 1971:
The Red Sox and the Brewers engineer a 10-player trade that sees P Jim Lonborg, P Ken Brett, OF Joe Lahoud, OF Billy Conigliaro and 1B George Scott go to Milwaukee, and P Marty Pattin, P Lew Krausse and OF Tommy Harper head to Boston.
» June 26, 1972:
Brewer Billy Conigliaro jumps his club for the comfort of a Massachusetts island retreat.
» January 9, 1982: Former Red Sox OF Tony Conigliaro, in Boston to interview for a broadcasting position, suffers a massive heart attack while being driven to the airport by his brother Billy Conigliaro and lapses into a coma. The 37-year-old Tony C. will remain hospitalized until March 2nd.