» May 25, 1969:
The Pirates sweep a pair from the Giants as Jim Bunning wins his 200th game in the opener. Bunning strikes out eight in winning, 2–1 over Gaylord Perry. Bill Mazeroski and Carl Taylor hit homers in the nitecap to back Bob Moose's 6–2 win. Taylor's is his first ML home run.
» September 20, 1969: Bob Moose stops the pennant-bound Mets 4–0 with the National League's record 5th no-hitter of the season. Moose is now 12-3. But the Mets will win their next nine games.
» May 30, 1971:
Willie Stargell clocks a Ken Holtzman pitch deep into the right field upper deck at Three Rivers Stadium, one of four he will park there, and the Corsairs coast to a 10–0 romp over the Cubs. Bob Moose is the victor over Holtzman.
» October 8, 1972:
Cincinnati opens the game with five straight hits against Bob Moose and wins 5–3 to even the NLCS.
» October 11, 1972: The Pirates lead the Reds 3–2 in the bottom of the 9th inning of the final game of the NL series. Johnny Bench homers to tie the game, and two singles and a Bob Moose wild pitch later, the Reds are NL champs.
» October 9, 1976:
Pirates P Bob Moose dies in an auto accident
en route to a party celebrating his 29th birthday.
» October 11, 1992:
Pittsburgh P Bob Walk stops the Braves on three hits to give the Pirates a 7–1 win in Game five of the NLCS. Braves P Steve Avery fails to make it past the 1st inning, marking the quickest exit by a hurler in the National League playoffs since Pittsburgh's Bob Moose in 1972.