» August 29, 1965:
The White Sox take a pair from Boston by 3–2 scores with rookie Bob Locker saving both games. Shortstop Ron Hansen handles 28 chances in the two games, a ML record, and his 18 chances in the 14-inning opener ties the major-league record for extra innings.
» September 10, 1967: Joel Horlen revives Chicago pennant hopes with a 5–0 no-hit win against the Tigers. Detroit hits only two balls to the outfield. Behind the pitching of Cisco Carlos with help from Hoyt Wilhelm and Bob Locker, the Sox win game two by a 4–0 score to move a game behind the 2nd-place Red Sox.
» June 8, 1969:
The White Sox trade P Bob Locker to the Pilots for P Gary Bell. Bell has rung up his best games, and he will prove a disaster in Chicago.
» November 21, 1972:
The Cubs trade Bill North to the A's for pitcher Bob Locker.
» May 8, 1973: Cubs manager Whitey Lockman is ejected during a 12-inning 3–2 win over the Padres. Coach Ernie Banks fills in for the last few innings, technically becoming the ML's first black manager. Cubs Bob Locker pitches in his 500th game: all have been in relief, a ML record.
» October 23, 1974: The Cubs trade sweet-swinging Billy Williams, a fixture at Wrigley for 16 years, to the A's for 2B Manny Trillo and pitchers Darold Knowles and Bob Locker.