» March 24, 1973: The Indians trade C Ray Fosse and SS Jack Heidemann to the A's for C Dave Duncan and OF George Hendrick.
» June 19, 1973: Cleveland's George Hendrick hits a single and three consecutive home runs in an 8–7 win over Detroit.
» July 27, 1973:
In the first game of a twinbill, Cleveland's George Hendrick singles in the 8th to stop Jim Palmer's no-hit bid. Palmer and the O's coast to a 9–0 win. The Tribe takes the nitecap, 5–2, with Bob Reynolds getting the W.
» December 8, 1976: The Indians trade OF George Hendrick to the Padres for three players.
» May 26, 1978:
The Cardinals trade P Eric Rasmussen to the Padres for slugger George Hendrick. Hendrick will have six outstanding years in St. Louis, hitting .300 three times and twice knocking in 100 runs.
» May 12, 1984: Cincinnati's Mario Soto is one out away from a no-hitter when the Cardinals George Hendrick hits a home run to tie the game 1–1. The Reds then rally for a run in the bottom of the 9th to give Soto a one-hit 2–1 victory.
» December 12, 1984: St. Louis sends slugger George Hendrick and a minor leaguer to the Pirates for P John Tudor and Brian Harper. Tudor, at 12–11, was the ace of the Bucs' staff, which set a record by having the National League's best ERA, though the team finished last. The 35-year-old Hendrick will play just a half season in the Iron City before going to California.
» August 2, 1985:
The last-place Pirates unload three of their veteran players, trading pitchers John Candelaria and Al Holland and OF George Hendrick to the Angels for OF Mike Brown and pitchers Pat Clements and Bob Kipper.