» April 15, 1959:
P Bob Grim of the Athletics hits a grand slam off Barry Latman, as the A's nip the White Sox 10–8.
» April 18, 1960:
Trader Frank Lane continues to swap sending Cleveland favorite Herb Score, a lefty, is sent to the White Sox for righty Barry Latman. Score and Rocky Colavito, traded three days ago, were the last two players to pre-date Lane's arrival in Cleveland.
» July 18, 1962: Minnesota is the first 20th-century club to hit two grand slams in one inning when Bob Allison and Harmon Killebrew connect in a team-record, 11-run first inning, against Cleveland. Barry Latman and Jim Perry serve the grand gophers. The Twins coast home 14–3.
» December 2, 1963: The Angels trade OF Leon Wagner to Cleveland for P Barry Latman and a player to be named later, who turns out to be Joe Adcock.
» June 13, 1967: Willie Mays, the all-time leader in extra inning homers, belts a grand slam off Astros P Barry Latman in the 10th to power the Giants to a win. For Willie, it is his 19th in extra frames, and his first grand slam.