» July 25, 1975: The Cards trade OF Jim Dwyer to Montreal for INF Larry Lintz.
» July 21, 1976:
Montreal trades Jim Dwyer and Pepe Mangual to the New York Mets for Del Unser and Wayne Garrett.
» December 8, 1976:
The Cubs acquire Greg Gross from Kansas City for infielder Julio Gonzales. Then in a three-team deal, the Cubs also get OF Jim Dwyer from the Mets for Pete LaCock. LaCock then goes to KC for Sheldon Mallory who goes to New York.
» October 25, 1977: The Cards get Frank Riccelli from the Giants. To complete the deal, St. Louis will sell Jim Dwyer, who led the American Association in hitting and runs in 1977, to the Giants on June 15, 1978.
» May 15, 1979: The Red Sox sell Jim Dwyer to the Giants.
» December 23, 1980: The Orioles sign free agent OF Jim Dwyer.
» August 6, 1986: In a wild game that features a ML-record three grand slams, Texas scores seven runs in the final two innings to beat Baltimore 13–11. Toby Harrah's grand slam in the 2nd gives the Rangers a 5–0 lead, but Baltimore rallies for nine runs in the 4th, thanks to grand slams by Larry Sheets and Jim Dwyer, the 5th time in ML history a team has hit two grand slams in one inning. Bobby Witt and Jeff Russell serve up the gopher balls.
» September 29, 1988:
Baltimore trades well-traveled vet Jim Dwyer to the Twins for a player to be named later. That turns out to be P Doug Cline, acquired in two weeks.
» August 28, 1989:
Jim Dwyer changes uniforms again as the Twins trade him to Montreal for Alonzo Powell. Dwyer will come back to the Twins in January for a minor leaguer.