» September 11, 1959:
The Orioles whitewash the White Sox twice 3-0
and 1-0. Jack Fisher and Jerry Walker hurl the
» September 3, 1960:
The Orioles hand the Yankees a second straight shut out winning 2–0 and replacing the Yanks in 1st place by a game. Robinson has both RBIs to back Jack Fisher's 7-hitter. During the game in Baltimore, plate umpire Larry Napp is struck by foul balls three times. Charley Berry finishes the game behind the plate, as Napp is carried off the field.
» September 28, 1960: At Fenway, in his final ML plate appearance, against Baltimore's Jack Fisher (12-11), Ted Williams picks out a 1-1 pitch and drives it 450 feet into the right-CF seats behind the Boston bullpen. It is Williams' 521st and last home run, putting him 3rd on the all-time list. Williams stays in the dugout, ignoring the crowd's cheers, but when he trots out to LF in the 9th, he is replaced immediately by Carroll Hardy. The Splendid Splinter retires as a standing crowd roars. The Sox rally for two runs in the 9th, featuring a double by Vic Wertz, to give the 7th-place Red Sox a 5–4 victory.
» August 28, 1961: At LA's Wrigley Field, Baltimore takes advantage of the friendly confines to hit five home runs and beat the Angels 11–5. Jack Fisher has a CG win, despite allowing 12 walks. The game is the last for Paul Richards as the manager for Baltimore.
» September 26, 1961: In New York's 159th game, Roger Maris rips a Jack Fisher fastball into the RF seats at Yankee Stadium for his 60th home run. New York beats Baltimore 3–2. There are fewer than 8,000 fans on hand to view this historic event.
» December 15, 1962: The San Francisco Giants trade pitchers Stu Miller and Mike McCormick, along with C Johnny Orsino, to Baltimore for pitchers Jack Fisher and Billy Hoeft, and C Jim Coker.
» October 10, 1963: The Mets take 1B Bill Haas from the Dodgers and P Jack Fisher from the Giants, while Houston grabs P Claude Raymond from the Braves in a supplemental draft for the expansion teams. In the draft, each of the eight original clubs was required to make available four players from their roster of August 31st (the Reds list five players). Houston and the Mets can pay $30,000 for each of the players chosen. Haas will never reach the majors, and the two pitchers chosen will make contributions: the other players go unchosen. Paul Richards, Houston GM, who had originated the idea of the draft, had second thoughts after seeing the players made available.
» June 26, 1966:
Chicago's Ron Santo singles in the first and his next time up is struck in the face by a Jack Fisher pitch that fractures his cheek. Before Santo's at bat, the Mets Ron Hunt and the Cubs Adolfo Phillips had both been hit by pitches. Santo will be operated on tomorrow but will return to action in a week. The injury ends his consecutive game streak at .390, but his hitting streak continues.
» July 4, 1967: The Mets end a 19-game losing streak to Juan Marichal with their first win against the Dominican Dandy 8–7. Marichal's win streak started in 1962. Jack Fisher is the winning pitcher.
» December 15, 1967:
The Mets trade OF Tommy Davis, P Jack Fisher, P Billy Wynne, and C Dick Booker to the White Sox for OF Tommie Agee and IF Al Weis.
» January 14, 1970:
The Reds swap P Jack Fisher to the Angels for Bill Harrelson and Dan Loomer.