» April 23, 1980: Angels P Bruce Kison settles for a one-hitter when Minnesota's Ken Landreaux rips a double with one out in the 9th inning of California's 17–0 romp. It is the 2nd time in a year that Kison has lost a no-hitter with one out in the 9th. For Landreaux, the hit marks the beginning of a 31-game hitting streak. The loser today is Terry Felton.
» May 29, 1982:
At Minnesota, the Yanks put runners on 1B (Graig Nettles) and 2B (Bobby Murcer) with no outs. When Roy Smalley strikes out on a wide 3-2 pitch from Terry Felton, Murcer attempts to steal 3B. But Sal Butera's throw beats him so badly he retreats to 2B only to find Nettles there. Gary Gaetti tags Murcer who is standing safely alone on the base, and then throws to Kent Hrbek to catch Nettles heading back to 1B. Murcer then tries for 3B and Hrbek's throw to Felton covering completes the triple play. Alas, Felton, 0–8 coming into the game gets a no-decision, and will lose another five to finish his career with an 0–16 record.
» June 4, 1982: At Minnesota, Brad Havens and Terry Felton combine to shut out Baltimore 6–0, snapping the Twins' club-record 14-game losing streak. The last-place Twins were 3-26 in the month of May. From May 19 to June 2, the Twins lost two to Baltimore, and six each to Cleveland and NY.
» August 11, 1982:
Twins Terry Felton (0-11) is the losing pitcher in 6–3 loss to California, dropping his career record to 0-14, the worst individual start in ML history. Felton will never win a ML game, finishing his career with an 0-16 record.
» September 12, 1982: With Minnesota leading 7–4 in the bottom of the 4th, Terry Felton relieves Twins starter Brad Havens. Felton leaves in the bottom of the sixth with one out, runners on first and second and his team clinging to a 7-6 lead. Both runners score and by the time the Royals are through, instead of his first ML win, Felton ended up charged with his 16th (and final) career loss. Kansas City wins royally, 18–7, one of the biggest comebacks of the decade. John Pacella, who takes over in the 8th, surrenders back-to-back dingers to Havens and White, tosses two wild pitches, and allows six runs. Willie Aikens adds a pair of homers for KC.
» September 28, 1982: In the first game of a doubleheader, Toronto's Jim Clancy (15–14) is deprived of a no-hitter when the Twins Randy Bush leads off the 9th inning with a broken-bat single. Clancy had retired all 24 batters he faced before Bush singled, and settles for a 3–0 one-hitter. In game 2, the Twins stake starter Terry Felton (0-13) to a 3–0 lead but the Jays tie it up, knocking Felton out of his last ML game. The Jays win it, 4–3.