» June 15, 1976:
In what stands as one of the O's best trades ever, Baltimore obtains pitchers Rudy May, Tippy Martinez, Dave Pagan, Scott McGregor and C Rick Dempsey from the Yankees for veteran pitchers Doyle Alexander, Ken Holtzman, Grant Jackson and C Elrod Hendricks. The veterans will help the Yankees win in 1976 and then fade.
» August 13, 1978: The Yankees erupt for five runs in the 7th inning to take a 53 lead over the Orioles before heavy rains force a delay of the game. Thanks to stalling tactics of Earl Weaver and some slow-moving Baltimore groundskeepers, the game is called, and the score reverts to the last complete inning. The Orioles win 30, with Scott McGregor the winner.
» August 29, 1979: Eddie Murray drives in all the Baltimore runs during a 74 win in the 2nd game of a doubleheader with the Twins. Murray belts three consecutive home runs2 righthanded, one lefthanded. Scott McGregor gives the Birds a win in game 1, allowing eight hits in winning, 40.
» October 6, 1979: Scott McGregor's 80 shutout gives the Orioles the American League pennant. Pat Kelly notches three RBI with a home run and a single.
» May 31, 1980: Ken Landreaux goes 0-for-4 in Minnesota's 111 loss to the Orioles Scott McGregor, ending his hitting streak at 31 consecutive games. It is the longest streak in the American League since Dom DiMaggio's 34-game streak in 1949.
» October 16, 1983: Eddie Murray slams a pair of home runs and Scott McGregor pitches a 5-hitter as the Orioles beat the Phillies 50 and win the World Series 41. Baltimore catcher Rick Dempsey, who hit .385 with four doubles and a home run, is the Series MVP.
» June 1, 1984:
At home against the Orioles, the Tigers slap Scott McGregor for six runs in the 2nd and coast to a 142 win. Dan Petry tosses six shutout innings and Alan Trammell, Chet Lemon and Lance Parrish go deep to thrill the 47,252 fans.
» July 18, 1986:
Against Baltimore's Scott McGregor, the Twins first two batters -- Kirby Puckett and Gary Gaetti -- hit homers Puckett adds another to help the Twins to a 73 win. Bert Blyleven is the winner.