» July 24, 1975:
The Royals fire manager Jack McKeon, hiring Whitey Herzog to replace him.
» June 10, 1977: The A's fire manager Jack McKeon, replacing him with Bobby Winkles.
» May 23, 1978: With Oakland leading the AL Western Division (24-15), manager Bobby Winkles walks off the job. Jack McKeon takes over.
» May 28, 1988: The Padres fire manager Larry Bowa and replace him with Jack McKeon, who is also the club's vice president of baseball operations. McKeon's son-in-law, Greg Booker, has pitched in 17 of the first 46 Padre games, but will appear in just 17 games the rest of the year.
» June 29, 1989:
The Padres GM Jack McKeon trades his son-in-law, pitcher Greg Booker to the Twins for P Fred Toliver. Booker had been booed in every appearance, but will make just six appearances for the Twins before being sold to the Giants at the end of the season. Toliver will get in nine games with no decisions.
» July 11, 1990:
Jack McKeon resigns as manager of the Padres but keeps his position as San Diego's vice president of baseball operations. He is replaced in the dugout by Greg Riddoch. Later in the season, McKeon will lose his front-office job as well.
» September 21, 1990: The Padres fire Jack McKeon, who has been the San Diego GM for 10 years.
» July 25, 1997:
The Reds name Jack McKeon as their manager, replacing Ray Knight.
» November 10, 1999: Cincinnati Reds skipper Jack McKeon is named the National League Manager of the Year.
» October 2, 2000: Three more managers get their walking papers today: Buck Showalter is fired as manager of the Diamondbacks. Jack McKeon is let go as manager of the Reds; and Gene Lamont is fired as manager of the Pirates.