» June 7, 1977: The White Sox select Harold Baines with the number-one pick in the draft. Bill Veeck had first seen Baines play Little League ball and had followed his career. P Bill Gullickson was taken with the 2nd pick by the Expos, and Milwaukee takes University of Minnesota infielder Paul Molitor with the 3rd pick. Danny Ainge, a potential pro basketball player, is picked in the 15th round. The Reds come up empty with the 8th pick in round 1, picking prep 3B Ted Venger.
» September 10, 1980: Expos 21-year-old P Bill Gullickson strikes out 18 Cubs in a 4–2 win at Olympic Stadium, setting a major-league record for rookies and falling one short of the all-time record for strikeouts in a 9-inning game. The win keeps Montreal one-half game ahead of Philadelphia in the National League East.
» December 1, 1980: Dodgers pitcher Steve Howe wins the National League Rookie of the Year Award, edging the Expos Bill Gullickson and the Phillies Lonnie Smith. Howe was 7-9 with a 2.65 ERA and 17 saves.
» July 29, 1984: The first two Phillies batters -- Juan Samuel and Von Hayes -- greet Montreal's Bill Gullickson with home runs. Hayes adds another homer and the Phils win on a 2-run pinch homer by John Matuszek in the 9th, 6–4.
» July 7, 1985: Floyd Youmans, ticketed for the minors after the game to make way for Bill Gullickson coming off the DL, pitches the last three innings to get his 1st ML win as the Expos outlast the Astros, 6–3 in 19 innings. A 2-out error by Enos Cabell and a 2-run single by Mike Fitzgerald do it for the Expos.
» December 19, 1985: The Expos trade P Bill Gullickson and C Sal Butera to the Reds for pitchers Jay Tibbs, Andy McGaffigan, and John Stuper, and C Dann Bilardello.
» August 26, 1987:
The Yankees and Reds exchange starting pitchers, with Dennis Rasmussen going to Cincinnati for Bill Gullickson.
» January 8, 1988: Faced with a midnight deadline to re-sign with the Yankees, pitcher Bill Gullickson agrees to a 2-year contract with Japan's Tokyo Giants instead.
» July 19, 1991: Detroit pounds Kansas City, 17–0 to give Bill Gullickson an easy win over Tom Gordon. It is the worst loss in franchise history for KC, and a reversal of the matchup on July 14th between the same two starters. The Royals routed the Bengals, 18–4.
» August 18, 1991: Toronto's first two hitters -- Devon White and Roberto Alomar -- hit home runs off Detroit's Bill Gullickson in the Blue Jays' 4-2 win. Gullickson teed up leadoff homers once before, in the National League.
» May 26, 1992: The Tigers' Bill Gullickson becomes just the 1st Detroit P since 1954 to hurl a complete game victory without issuing a walk or strikeout. He defeats the Royals, 8–1.