» July 29, 1970:
Hank Aaron cracks two home runs and drives in five runs to lead the Braves to an 9–7 come-from-behind win over the visiting Cards. Hal King also homers to match three round trippers by St. Louis.
» July 1, 1973: The Reds, 11 games behind the Dodgers at the beginning of the day, stage two dramatic comebacks to snatch a doubleheader win from LA. Hal King's clutch 3-run pinch hit home run with two outs wins the first game 4–3 against Don Sutton, while Tony Perez's 10th-inning hit wins the 2nd 3–2. This day will be looked upon as the turning point of the National League's Western Division race.
» July 9, 1973: In a record-setting walkathon between the Reds and Expos, 25 base on balls are handed out as Montreal strolls to an 11–6 win. Well off the American League's two-team mark of 30, this tops the National League record of 23, last reached on July 7, 1911. Six Montreal pitchers walk 16, one short of the record for an NL team, while Reds pitchers Clay Carroll and Tom Hall walk 9. Hal King pinch hits a grand slam for the Reds in the 6th inning, his 2nd pinch dinger in nine days.
» August 17, 1973: Willie Mays hits the 660th—and last—HR of his ML career off Don Gullett of Cincinnati, but the Reds win, 2–1 in 10 innings at Shea. Hal King's pinch homer, his 3rd pinch dinger of the year, in the 10th wins it.