» July 17, 1960: The Senators, losers of 10 straight to the Indians, sweep a pair from the Tribe, 32 and 53. The opening win is over Mudcat Grant, who had never lost to the Senators in 14 straight victories.
» September 9, 1961: On Whitey Ford Day at Yankee Stadium, Roger Maris hits his 56th homer, off Cleveland's Mudcat Grant, as the Yanks come from behind to win, 87, New York scores four in the 9th to enable Luis Arroyo to pick up his 12th relief win in a row.
» August 28, 1962:
At Yankee Stadium, Mickey Mantle connects for a 2-run shot in the 4th off Mudcat Grant to give the Yanks a 21 win over the Indians.
» June 15, 1964:
Cleveland sends P Jim Grant to Minnesota for P Lee Stange and 3B/OF George Banks.
» July 15, 1964:
Minnesota's Mudcat Grant tosses a 60 shutout against the Senators, despite allowing 13 Nat hits. The record for most hits allowed in a 9inning shutout is 14, done twice before.
» May 25, 1965: Nine different Twins (5) and Red Sox (4) hit home runs, tying a ML record. Minnesota wins the slugfest, 175. Boston's Gerry Moses, age 18 years and nine months, goes into the record books when he pinch hits his first homer, off Mudcat Grant. Moses is the youngest player to ever pinch hit a round tripper.
» September 20, 1965:
Fewer fans (537) see the A's Jim "Catfish" Hunter beat Jim "Mudcat" Grant, 82, in Minnesota. Both contests are makeup games.
» September 25, 1965:
The Twins Mudcat Grant one hits the Senators to win, 50. Don Blasingame's double in the 3rd is the only hit for Washington; it is the 4th time that Blasingame has collected the only hit for his team.
» October 6, 1965: Minnesota's 6-run 3rd inning routs Dodger Don Drysdale, subbing for Sandy Koufax, and sparks an 82 Twins win in the first game of the World Series. Jim Grant gets the win allowing just one hit, a home run by Ron Fairly. Mincher and Versalles homer for the Twins. Koufax sits out the opener because it is the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur.
» October 10, 1965: In game four Don Drysdale evens the World Series with a 5-hit 72 win. Wes Parker and Lou Johnson hit home runs, as the Dodgers beat Jim Grant.
» October 13, 1965: The Twins' Mudcat Grant does it all himself, hitting a 3-run home run and pitching a 51 win at Minnesota to knot the World Series with the Dodgers.
» July 4, 1967:
In Minnesota, Mudcat Grant stops the Yankees to give the Twins a 83 victory. Mickey Mantle drives in all three New York runs with two homers.
» November 28, 1967: The Twins send SS Zoilo Versalles and P Jim Grant to the Dodgers for C John Roseboro and pitchers Bob Miller and Ron Perranoski.
» October 14, 1968: In the National League expansion draft, the Expos choose 30 players, including Maury Wills, Jim Grant, Donn Clendenon, and Manny Mota. San Diego's 30 selections include Dave Giusti, Nate Colbert, Zoilo Versalles, Al McBean, and Clarence Gaston.