» November 25, 1969:
The Reds trade Alex Johnson and Chico Ruiz to the California Angels for pitchers Pedro Borbon, Jim McGlothlin and Vern Geishert. The talented but troubled Johnson, who hit over .300 in his two seasons with the Reds, will win the AL batting title in 1970. Borbon and McGlothlin will be valuable additions to the big Red Machine.
» May 16, 1970: The Reds Jim McGlothin shuts out the Braves 2–0, stopping Rico Carty's 31-game hitting streak in the process. Carty batted .451 (51-for-113) during the streak, which started April 8th.
» May 21, 1970:
In Houston, Reds pitcher Jim McGlothin fires a 2-hitter as Cincy wins, 3–0. Joe Morgan and Jesus Alou have the only hits.
» July 23, 1970: At Wrigley, Milt Pappas shuts out the Reds in a Cubs, 1–0 win. It is the only shutout of the year against the Reds, tying the National League record. Jim McGlothin takes the loss.
» July 11, 1971:
The Reds win Game One against the Mets, 5–2, then complete the sweep as Tony Perez drives in all five runs to defeat the Mets, 5–3. Perez puts the Reds ahead with a 3-run homer off Tom Seaver in the 8th. Jim McGlothlin strikes out 12 in the game two win.
» August 24, 1971:
At Wrigley Field, Ernie Banks hits his 512th and final home run, connecting off the Reds Jim McGlothin in the 4th inning. Ernie moves past Mel Ott into an 8th place tie with Eddie Mathews on the all-time list. Chicago beats Cincy, 5–4. The Cubs will lose 10 of their next 12, however, to drop out of contention.
» May 19, 1972: The Reds trade Bernie Carbo to the Cards for Joe Hague and also beat the Padres, 1–0, behind Jim McGlothin. The win gives the Reds a 9-game winning streak.
» August 29, 1973:
The Reds trade Jim McGlothlin to the White Sox for Steve Kealey. Kealey will do no pitching for the Reds, while McGlothlin will have just one decision in his last ML season.