» May 15, 1970: After the Mets have a day off, ace Tom Seaver matches Gary Gentry by allowing one hit in beating the Phillies and Woodie Fryman, 4–0. The two consecutive one-hitters ties a ML record.
» August 2, 1972: The Tigers purchase P Woodie Fryman from the Phillies. Two days later the Bengals will purchase C Duke Sims from the Dodgers. Fryman, just 4-10 for Philadelphia, will go 10-3 for Detroit, while Sims will hit .316 for Detroit in 38 games. The two veterans will spark Detroit to the American League Eastern Division title.
» October 3, 1972:
The Tigers clinch the AL East as Woodie Fryman beats Luis Tiant 3–1 for his 10th win. Chuck Seelbach picks up his 14th save and Al Kaline singles in the winning run for Detroit. Tiant hits a single in the game; not until Roger Clemens singles in 1996 will another Sox pitcher get a hit in the same game he pitches. Fryman also singles, off Tiant; not till interleague play in 1997 will another Tiger pitcher get a base hit.
» August 1, 1974: Detroit's Woodie Fryman stops Milwaukee 2–0, giving up just one hit, a 7th-inning single to Bobby Mitchell.
» December 16, 1976:
The Reds swap popular 1B Tony Perez and P Will McEnaney to the Expos for pitchers Woodie Fryman and Dale Murray.
» July 30, 1978: The Expos crush the Braves 19–0, collecting 28 hits and an National League-record-tying eight home runs. Andre Dawson, Larry Parrish, Dave Cash, and Dawson again homer in the 4th inning; Parrish has a single and three consecutive home runs in the game, only the 3rd major leaguer to do it. Not till Andres Galarraga in 1995 will a hitter bang homers in three consecutive innings. The 58 bases breaks an 85-year-old record held by the Reds. Woodie Fryman conducts the win over Mickey Mahler.
» July 10, 1979:
Scoring four runs in the 13th after two are out, the Giants beat the Expos, 11–7. Losing pitcher Woodie Fryman balks in the last run. In the 4th inning, Expo RF Ellis Valentine picks up a line drive and his throw beats Darrell Evans at 1B for a 9–3 putout.