» June 22, 1982:
Rangers Rick Honeycutt shuts out California 4–0, snapping Rod Carew's 25-game hitting streak in the process. The streak was the longest of Carew's career and the longest in Angels history.
» August 19, 1983: The Dodgers trade pitchers Dave Stewart and Ricky Wright to Texas for star pitcher Rick Honeycutt, who was 14-8 with an American League-best 2.42 ERA for the Rangers. Honeycutt will go 2-3 down the stretch for the Dodgers, but still wins the AL ERA title because his 174 2/3 innings pitched were already enough to qualify.
» May 1, 1986:
For the second day in a row, the Dodgers beat the Cubs, 4–0. Yesterday' winner was Bob Welch with a CG win; today the W goes to Rick Honeycutt.
» August 29, 1987:
Two American League West contenders attempt to bolster their rosters for the stretch run. The Angels trade two minor leaguers for Pittsburgh 2B Johnny Ray, and the A's send minor leaguer P Tim Belcher to the Dodgers for P Rick Honeycutt. Honeycutt (2–12), loser of his last 11 games with the Dodgers, will drop two more with the A's before beating the Indians on September 22.
» April 13, 1988: Oakland's Rick Honeycutt becomes the 2nd pitcher in as many days to tie the American League's 28-year-old balk record by committing four balks in four innings while saving a 12–7 win over Seattle. A ML-record 924 balks will be called this season after umpires are instructed to interpret the "complete stop" rule more strictly.
» May 9, 1990: At New York, the A's edge the Yankees, 2–1 in 11 innings. Rickey Henderson plates the first run, scoring from 2B on a 6–3 ground out. Rick Honeycutt is the winning pitcher.
» November 24, 1993: The Rangers sign free agent P Rick Honeycutt.