» February 8, 1956:
The Senators send P Mickey McDermott and SS Bob Kline to the Yankees in exchange for C Lou Berberet, infielder Harry Plews, OF Whitey Herzog, and two more players.
» May 14, 1958: The Senators sell OF Whitey Herzog to the A's and buy P Al Cicotte from the Yankees.
» July 23, 1960: Kansas City OF Whitey Herzog hits into the only all-Cuban triple play in ML history. The action goes from Washington P Pedro Ramos, to 1B Julio Becquer, to SS Jose Valdivielso. The win, however, goes to reliever Chuck Stobbs (7-2) as the Nats take an 8–3 decision. Killebrew has a 2-run homer.
» January 24, 1961: The A's trade outfielders Whitey Herzog and Russ Snyder to the Orioles for IF Wayne Causey, P Jim Archer, OF Bob Boyd, and OF Al Pilarcik. Boyd, with the Orioles since 1956, leaves with a .301 average with the Birds, a team career mark that won't be topped this century.
» August 11, 1962:
At Fenway, the Red Sox sweep a day-night pair from Baltimore, winning 3–0 and 7–3. Ike Delock shuts out the Orioles, giving the Red Sox their 3rd shutout in a row. Gene Conley and Bill Monbouquette had previously whitewashed the Indians. Whitey Herzog's home run in the 6th of game two ends the Sox sting of 32 2/3 scoreless innings.
» October 4, 1972: Ted Williams manages his final game as the Rangers lose to the Royals 4–0. Williams will be replaced by Whitey Herzog.
» September 7, 1973: The Rangers fire manager Whitey Herzog. Recently fired Billy Martin takes over the following day.
» June 27, 1974: The Angels fire manager Bobby Winkles. Whitey Herzog will serve as interim boss for four games before Dick Williams assumes the reins.
» July 24, 1975: The Royals fire manager Jack McKeon, hiring Whitey Herzog to replace him.
» June 6, 1980:
Cardinals manager Ken Boyer is fired between games of a doubleheader loss to the Expos; he will be replaced the following day by Whitey Herzog, who led the Kansas City Royals to three consecutive American League West titles from 1976-78. St. Louis has the worst record in the major leagues (18-34).
» August 29, 1980: The Cardinals promote manager Whitey Herzog to general manager, replacing John Claiborne, who was fired on August 18th. Red Schoendienst will serve as interim field manager, but on October 24th the Cardinals announce that Herzog will return as manager in 1981 while retaining his GM duties.
» May 27, 1981:
With Kansas City ahead 7–4 over the Mariners, Amos Otis taps a dribbler down the 3B line in the 6th inning. Mariner 3B Lenny Randle gets down on all fours as the ball rolls along the line, finally going foul. Royals manager Whitey Herzog protests that Randle was blowing the ball foul, while the third baseman argues he was merely pleading with it. Ump Larry McCoy rules in favor of Herzog and Otis gets a hit. Otis doesn't score but the Royals win, 8–5.
» August 26, 1981: Cards SS Garry Templeton is suspended indefinitely and fined $5,000 by manager-GM Whitey Herzog after making obscene gestures to the crowd following his ejection in the 3rd inning of a 9–4 win over the Giants. He will return to the lineup on September 15th.
» July 6, 1990:
Disgusted with the team's performance, Whitey Herzog resigns as manager of the Cardinals after 10 years. Red Schoendienst will replace him temporarily and Joe Torre will be named permanent manager on August 1st.