» May 11, 1955:
The Tigers buy OF Charlie Maxwell from the Orioles.
» May 3, 1959:
Charley Maxwell, restored to the Tigers lineup although batting only .136, hits four consecutive home runs in a doubleheader sweep of the Yankees 4–2 and 8–2. "Paw Paw" is 2–4 in the opener, with a 9th inning homer, then homers his first three at-bats in game 2.
» June 14, 1959:
At New York, the Tigers sweep a pair from New York, 3–2 and 8–2. Charlie Maxwell unleashes his Sunday punch in the opener, hitting a 3-run homer in the 8th. It is his 14th homer, eight of which have come on Sunday. Lary wins his 3rd of the year against the Yankees. Paul Foytack is the winner in game 2. Al Kaline has three hits in each game.
» July 3, 1960: Before 50,556 fans in New York, the Yankees sweep two from the Tigers, winning 7–6 and 6–2. In the opener, Ryne Duran fans Charlie Maxwell with the bases loaded and two outs in the 9th. Detroit is ahead 2–1 in the night cap when Norm Cash argues at length about a call at first base, and finally gets tossed. When play resumes, Pete Burnside serves up a 3-run homer to Mickey Mantle, batting righty. The Yankees are 23–5 since June five and lead the American League by three games.
» June 25, 1962: The Tigers trade Charlie Maxwell to the White Sox for OF Bob Farley.
» June 11, 1995:
Cincinnati defeats Houston, 3-2, in 10 innings on Ron Gant's home run. It is Gant's 4th extra-inning homer of the season, tying him with Willie Mays for the National League record. Charlie Maxwell hit five for the Tigers in 1960.