» June 19, 1974:
Runners are passed in two different games tonight, depriving Giant Ed Goodson of a home run in a Cardinals–Giants match, and creating confusion in a Pirates–Dodgers match. Goodson clocks a 3rd inning pitch from Bob Gibson, then passes teammate Garry Maddox between 1B and 2B. Instead of a home run, he gets one RBI and a single. In the latter, Joe Ferguson apparently strikes out with the sacks full, and walks away, while Pirate C Manny Sanguillen agrees and rolls the ball to the mound. Lee Lacy, the LA runner on 3rd jogs to the dugout. The runner from 2B, Jimmy Wynn comes around to score but is tagged out. Lacy scurries from the dugout, slides home, and is also tagged out. Lacy, though tagged, is ruled safe according to the rules. The confusion is deemed moot as the Pirates prevail, 7–3.
» July 23, 1975: Willie Crawford and Lee Lacy connect for 9th-inning back-to-back pinch home runs off Bob Forsch, but the Dodgers lose anyway 5–4 to the Cardinals. They are the 2nd pair of Dodgers to pinch hit back-to-back homers.
» November 17, 1975: The Dodgers trade outfielders Jim Wynn and Tom Paciorek, and infielders Lee Lacy and Jerry Royster to the Braves for OF Dusty Baker and 1B Ed Goodson.
» June 23, 1976: The Dodgers trade P Mike Marshall to the Braves for P Elias Sosa and IF Lee Lacy.
» May 17, 1978: Lee Lacy hits a pinch home run as the Dodgers beat the Pirates 10–1. It is Lacy's 3rd consecutive home run in a pinch-hitting role, setting a ML record. His previous blasts were on May 2nd and 6th.
» July 10, 1979: Philadelphia's Del Unser homers in his 3rd consecutive pinch-hit appearance (June 30th, July 5th) to tie the major-league record set by Lee Lacy in 1978. The Phillies beat the Padres 6–5.
» July 24, 1979: In Pittsburgh, a 4th-inning call results in a 34-minute rhubarb during the Pirates-Reds game. With Buc runners on 1st and 3rd, a 3–1 pitch to Omar Moreno is called a ball, but Johnny Bench throws to 2B ahead of the runner from 1B, Lee Lacy, who is attempting to steal. Lacy is called out by Dick Stello even though Moreno has just received a walk (therefore entitling Lacy to 2B), and walks off the bag. He is then tagged out by Dave Concepcion, precipitating the argument. The subsequent protest is rejected by National League president Feeney, and the Pirates 6–5 loss is upheld.
» May 14, 1982:
With the bases loaded in the bottom of the 8th, Pittsburgh's Lee Lacy greets Reds reliever Tom Hume with a grand slam home run. But in the celebration. Lacy passes teammate Omar Moreno between 1B and 2B. Lacy gets only a single and three ribbies, but the Bucs pull out a victory, 8–7.
» June 8, 1986: In the longest 9-inning game by time in American League history, Baltimore's Lee Lacy goes 4-for-6 with three home runs and six RBI as the Orioles club the Yankees 18–9. The game features nine pitchers, 36 hits, and 16 walks, and takes 4:16 to complete.
» June 12, 1986: Juan Beniquez joins Lee Lacy as the 2nd unlikely Oriole to hit three home runs in a game this month, connecting for three solo shots in Baltimore's 7–5 loss to the Yankees. Between them, Beniquez and Lacy will hit 17 home runs this season.