» July 21, 1959: In a 2–1 loss to the White Sox, Pumpsie Green pinch runs for the Red Sox, who become the last ML team to play a black player. Tomorrow, Green goes 0-for-3 against Early Wynn in a 5–4 Sox win that propels them into 1st place.
» April 22, 1961: The Red Sox snap a 13-game losing streak in Comiskey Park by edging the White Sox, 7–6, on Pumpsie Green's 11th-inning homer.
» July 26, 1962: In New York, P Gene Conley and IF Pumpsie Green of the Red Sox mysteriously disappear after a 13–3 loss to the Yankees. They leave the team bus in traffic to use a rest room and fail to return. Conley decides he wants to fly to Israel, and goes to the airport, but is refused a ticket because he does not have a visa. Conley was the loser in the game, pitching two 2/3 inning, and walking in two of the eight earned runs allowed. Pumpsie did not play. Bouton is the winner, shutting out the Hubmen for six innings.
» July 28, 1962:
Pumpsie Green returns to the Red Sox and is fined.
» December 11, 1962: The Red Sox send P Tracy Stallard, and infielders Pumpsie Green and Al Moran to the Mets for infielder Felix Mantilla. Tomorrow they will ship Carroll Hardy to Houston for Dick Williams.