» June 22, 1963: Philadelphia CF Tony Gonzalez plays his 200th straight errorless game to help rookie Ray Culp beat Roger Craig and the Mets 20.
» June 27, 1963:
The Phillie Ray Culp (10-5) beats the Pirates 134, but CF Tony Gonzalez's streak of 205 straight errorless games ends with a 7th-inning muff. Johnny Callison hits for the cycle for the only time in his career. Callison adds a walk and a throw from RF to catcher Dalrymple in the 4th that nips a runner. Dalrymple homers in the 8th.
» June 23, 1964:
In the nitecap of 2, Len Gabrielson's 6th inning single is the only hit the Cubs manage off Phils' Ray Culp, who wins 90.
» April 20, 1966: Hank Aaron clouts homers 399 and 400 to lead the Braves to a victory, 81, over the Phillies. The first shot is off starter Ray Culp in the 1st inning, and number 400 comes in the 9th inning, off Bo Belinsky.
» December 7, 1966: The Cubs trade P Dick Ellsworth to the Phils for P Ray Culp and cash.
» July 3, 1967: At the launching pad in Atlanta, Billy Williams, Ron Santo, and Randy Hundley homer for Chicago, and Rico Carty and Felipe Alou answer for the Bravesall in the first inning, a major league record. Carty adds another homer later, but Glenn Beckert's three-run shot helps put the game out of reach. Ray Culp emerges the winner, 126.
» November 30, 1967:
The Cubs give up on pitcher Ray Culp and ship him to the Red Sox for minor leaguer Rudy Schlesinger and cash. A steal for the Sox, Culp will develop a palm ball and win 64 games for them in the next four seasons.
» September 21, 1968: At Yankee Stadium, Red Sox pitcher Ray Culp fires his 3rd successive shutout, stopping the Yankees on one hit, 20. Roy White's single in the 7th is the only hit. It's Culp's 15th win of the year.
» September 29, 1968:
Carl Yastrzemski is 0-for-5 but maintains a .3005 BA, to win his 2nd straight batting crown with the lowest championship average ever. Yaz is the AL's only .300 hitter: Oakland's Danny Cater is 2nd with .290. The Red Sox lose to the Yankees, 43. Ray Culp's string of 39 scoreless innings is snapped by the Yankees with a score in the 1st
» May 11, 1970: Ray Culp strikes out the first six Angel batters in Anaheim, but Boston loses 21 in 16 innings. Culp ties the AL mark for the start of a game.
» May 16, 1970:
At Fenway Park, Carl Yastrzemski belts a Dean Chance pitch out of the park to the right of the flagpole. Only Jimmie Foxx (twice) and Bill Skowron have done it. Ray Culp is the 62 winner over Cleveland.
» April 6, 1971:
At Fenway Park, the Red Sox take their second straight Opener against the Yankees, winning 31. Boston's Ray Culp allows five hits in nine innings in winning over Stan Bahnsen, who gives up two runs in seven innings. Reggie Smith has three hits and his throw to the plate in the 8th gets the last out.