» September 8, 1965: Bert Campaneris plays all nine positions against the Angels in a promotion to hype poor attendance at Kansas City. When Campy takes the mound in the 8th inning, the first batter he faces is his cousin Jose Cardenal, who pops out. Campy allows one run, and leaves the game in the 9th after a collision with Angels C Ed Kirkpatrick at home plate when Campy is catching. Rene Lachemann replaces Campy as catcher. The Angels win it in the 13th inning 5–3, with the win going to Campy's batterymate Aurelio Monteagudo.
» May 6, 1981: Mariners manager Maury Wills is fired and replaced by Rene Lachemann. Seattle was 6-18, the worst start in the club's 5-year history. In Lachemann's first game, Seattle pounds Milwaukee 12–1 and pitcher Mike Parrott snaps his personal 18-game losing streak, one shy of the American League record.
» June 25, 1983: After eight straight losses, Rene Lachemann is fired as manager of the Mariners and replaced by Del Crandall.
» October 3, 1983: Less than a year after leading the club to its first World Series, Brewers manager Harvey Kuenn is fired and replaced by Rene Lachemann. Milwaukee finished 5th in the American League East this season with an 87-75 record.
» September 30, 1984:
The 7th-place Brewers end their season with a 4–0 win over the Blue Jays, and manager Rene Lachemann bows out. Lachemann had been fired earlier in the week but stayed on till the finish. George Bamberger will return as manager of the Brewers.
» October 23, 1992: Florida hires Rene Lachemann as the team's 1st manager.
» July 7, 1996: The Marlins fire manager Rene Lachemann. Florida vice president John Boles replaces Lachemann, although he has not managed at any level in 10 years; except for Ted Turner's one-game stint in the 1970s, Boles is the first manager since Emil Fuchs in 1929 with no professional playing experience at any level. He wins his first game today, 7–4, in 10 innings over the Phils.