» December 15, 1967: Pittsburgh acquires P Jim Bunning from the Phillies for pitchers Woody Fryman, Bill Laxton, and Harold Clem, and IF Don Money.
» April 8, 1969:
In the opener at Wrigley Field, the Cubs trail the Phillies 6–5 with one on in the 11th when Willie Smith hits a pinch homer into the RF bleachers to give Chicago the win. The Cubs will not drop out of first place for 155 days. Ernie Banks has a pair of homers for Chicago and is matched by Don Money's pair.
» July 20, 1970: The Dodgers Bill Singer, who a month earlier lost a no-hitter to Atlanta with two outs in the 9th, no-hits the Phillies 5–0, giving up no walks. He strikes out 10 and makes two miscues, one a controversial throwing error that pulls 1B Wes Parker off the base. The Phillies' players argue, contending the soft chopper by Don Money should be a hit. Singer had spent three weeks in the hospital in June for hepatitis.
» April 10, 1971: The Phillies debut in new $49.5 million Veterans Stadium, beating Montreal 4–1. Don Money connects for the park's first home run.
» October 31, 1972:
The Phillies trade IF Don Money and two others to the Brewers for four pitchers, including Jim Lonborg and Ken Brett.
» July 7, 1973: The Brewers unload on 18-year-old P David Clyde to whip the Rangers 19–5 and hand Eddie Rodriguez his first ML win, a complete-game effort. Milwaukee has a 5-run 6th and 7-run 7th and is paced by Bobby Coluccio's grand slam and Don Money's 3-run homer.
» July 7, 1974: In the opener of a doubleheader, Don Money sets a major-league record for consecutive errorless games at 3B with 78. The Brewers beat the Twins 8–5, then lose 5–3. Money will end the season with just five errors, breaking George Kell's record set in 1950. Money also holds the National League record with just 10 errors, set with the Phils in 1972.
» July 17, 1974:
Milwaukee 3B Don Money commits a first-inning error in a 10–5 loss to Minnesota, ending his perfect defensive season after 86 games and 257 chances. Money holds both the National League and American League records for most consecutive chances without an error in a season.
» July 29, 1975: Milwaukee's first two hitters -- Don Money and Darrell Porter -- crack homers off Red Sox pitcher Diego Segui. That's enough for Jim Colborn, who wins, 4–0.
» April 10, 1976:
The Brewers trail 9–6 with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 9th inning at a full County Stadium. Because of crowd noise, Yankee relief P Dave Pagan does not hear the time-out called by 1B Chris Chambliss. Pagan pitches to Don Money, who hits a grand slam. Because of the time-out the home run is nullified. Money bats again, and hits a sacrifice ?y. The final score is 9–7 and the Brewers protest the game.
» June 26, 1977:
In a sweep of Texas, both by 4–3 scores, Angels 2B Jerry Remy has 26 chances, an American League record (4PO, 12A in 11 inning, game 1: five PO, 5A in g2). This comes two days after 2B Don Money ties the AL mark with 12 assists.
» April 12, 1980:
Milwaukee bombs the Red Sox, 18–1, as they score nine runs in the second inning. Eight of the runs come on two grand slams, Cecil Cooper's knocking out starter Mike Torrez and Don Money ringing his up against Chuck Rainey. This is the 4th time in ML history that two grand slams have been hit in one inning.
» May 28, 1982: The Brewers get three consecutive home runs —- by Cecil Cooper, Don Money, and Gorman Thomas -- in the 6th, but they fall short, losing 6–5 to California.