» July 11, 1962:
The Senators send 1B Dale Long to the Yankees for OF Don Lock. Long will hit .298 in pinstripes this year.
» September 30, 1962:
In the 2nd of two, Red Sox 1B Don Gile, hitting 1-for-40 on the year (his one hit came in game 1) breaks a 1–1 tie with a two run homer in the bottom of the 9th off Washington's Jack Jenkins. The homer comes in his last ML at bat and gives Bill Monbouquette the win, 3–1. The Yawkeymen lose the opener by the same score as Cheney fans 12. Don Lock drives in all three runs. Runnels sits out the games and ends the season with the American League batting crown at .326.
» July 29, 1963: Chicago's Joel Horlen flirts with a no-hitter against the Senators, going eight 1/3 innings before giving up a bouncing single up the middle to Chuck Hinton. One out later, Don Lock keys a 2–1 Washington win with a home run.
» July 2, 1966: Frank Howard, Don Lock, and Ken McMullen hit consecutive home runs with two outs in the 6th inning, and Mike McCormick pitches a complete game, as Washington defeats a winless Whitey Ford and the Yankees, 10–4. Mike McCormick is the winner for Washington, giving up five hits including a Mickey Mantle homer, his 14th, in the 9th.
» May 21, 1967:
At Philadelphia, the Phils win an 18-inning marathon with the Reds when Don Lock hits a 2-out RBI single off Darrell Osteen.