» September 4, 1960:
After 30 straight scoreless inning, the Yankees finally score but the Orioles extend their win streak to seven by topping New York again, 6–2. With two outs in the 7th, Yankee 1B Moose Skowron singles to break up Chuck Estrada's no-hitter, but Wilhelm, in relief, preserves the win.
» September 16, 1960:
17th With Ty Cobb among the 49,055 fans in attendance at Yankee Stadium, Mickey Mantle cracks a 2-run homer, his 35th, off the O's Chuck Estrada to give New York a 2–0 lead in the first. Berra adds a home run. In the last of the 8th, Bobby Richardson's hit off Estrada's glove drives in two runs for a 5–3 New York win.
» October 2, 1960:
Gaylord Perry pitches the Indians to a 4–0 win over the White Sox. It is Perry's 18th victory, tying him for the American League high with Chuck Estrada.
» November 1, 1960: Baltimore SS Ron Hansen is voted American League Rookie of the Year, getting 22 of 24 votes. The other two votes go to teammates Chuck Estrada and Jim Gentile.
» September 22, 1961: Jim Gentile's 5th grand slam of 1961 ties the ML single-season record in Baltimore's 8–6 win over Chicago: Each of his slams comes with Chuck Estrada pitching for the Orioles. Gentile will hit 46 homers this season with a total of 46 runners on base, the most in a season since Babe Ruth hit homers with 48 runners on bases in 1921. Chicago's Floyd Robinson makes the game close with a 9th inning grand slam of his own, the 7th Sox slam of the year.
» April 19, 1962: Mickey Mantle's homer in the 4th, off Chuck Estrada, starts the Yanks to a 3–1 win over the Orioles.
» September 13, 1962: Washington OF Jim Piersall is arrested for going into the stands after a heckling fan prior to a game against Baltimore. He is charged with disorderly conduct, but later cleared. Hicks replaces Jimmy in the 7–1 loss to the Orioles. O's winning pitcher Chuck Estrada clouts one of the three Birds homers.
» June 8, 1963: Baltimore P Chuck Estrada is finished for the season, with bone chips and a spur in his right elbow.