» July 28, 1973: Tony Perez makes his 4th hit of the game a good one, homering in the 10th to beat the Padres, 2–1. Don Gullett, in relief of Tom Hall, is the winner over Randy Jones.
» April 27, 1974: Randy Jones and the Padres beat the Phillies, 5–2, despite giving up an inside-the-park homer to Mike Schmidt, the first of three in the future Hall of Famer's career.
» May 19, 1975: San Diego's Randy Jones hurls a 10-inning one-hitter in beating St. Louis 1–0. John Curtis takes the tough loss.
» June 22, 1976: Randy Jones pitches the Padres to a 4–2 win over the Giants, and ties Christy Mathewson's 63-year-old National League record by going 68 innings without a base on balls. He receives a standing ovation from the home crowd after striking out Darrell Evans to end the 7th. His streak ends when he walks C Marc Hill leading off the 8th. It is Jones's 13th win of the year.
» July 8, 1976: At Wrigley Field, Randy Jones wins his 16th game of the year for the Padres, an National League record for wins at the All-Star break. He beats the Cubs 6–3. In the 2nd half of the season, the Padres lefty will lose seven games by one run, two of them by 1–0 scores.
» September 28, 1976: Cincy's Big Red Machine notches its 100th win, a 5–4 victory over the San Diego Padres. Jack Billingham (12–10) is the winner. Randy Jones takes the loss but sets a National League record with 112 errorless chances. The major-league record is held Frank Owen of the 1904 White Sox, who did not commit an error in 151 chances (121 assists, 30 PO). Jones finishes the year with 12 DPs, tying the NL record. He also finishes with the NL lead in wins (22), games started (40) and completed (25), IP (315.1) and hits allowed.
» November 2, 1976: Padre Randy Jones beats out Met Jerry Koosman for the National League Cy Young Award. Jones led the league with 315 innings, and posted a 22-14 record for the 5th-place Padres.
» May 13, 1979: The Padres Randy Jones steals 2B against the Mets in a 5–4 San Diego victory. He is the first pitcher in the team's 11-year history to do so.
» May 29, 1980:
Johnny Bench hits three home runs off Randy Jones in Cincinnati's 5–3 win over San Diego. It is the 3rd 3-HR game of his career.
» August 7, 2001: The Braves defeat the Astros, 6–5, as Greg Maddux sets a NL record for consecutive innings without a walk. Maddux hurls six innings in the game to extend his streak to 70 1/3 frames without a free pass. The old mark of 68 innings was held by Christy Mathewson, in 1913, and Randy Jones, in 1976. Maddux left the game with the streak intact and is 14 IP away from the major league record, set by Bill Fischer in 1962.