» September 29, 1973: In the Red Sox 9–4 win over the Milwaukee Brewers, Bobby Mitchell crushes a home run out of Fenway to right of flagpole. This is just the 5th homer hit out there (Green Cathedrals). Lefty Roger Moret wins his 13th against just two losses.
» August 21, 1974: Red Sox pitcher Roger Moret earns a new contract from Tom Yawkey today by tossing a one-hitter against the visiting White Sox, to win, 4–0. Dick Allen's 7th inning single is the lone hit as Moret strikes out 12.
» July 27, 1975:
In the first of a twinbill at Shea Stadium, Red Sox CF Fred Lynn makes a great running catch to save the game for pitcher Bill Lee. Lee wins, 1–0, and then Roger Moret completes the whitewash with a 6–0 nitecap win. The losses seem to finish the Yanks pennant hopes and Bill Virdon's managing job.
» August 5, 1975:
Red Sox pitcher Roger Moret, scheduled to pitch today, crashes his car in Connecticut at 4:30 a.m. He's okay and starts, but his Red Sox lose to the Orioles and Jim Palmer, 3–0.
» September 6, 1975: The Red Sox pound out 24 hits to beat Milwaukee, 20–6 to make Roger Moret the winner. The hits and runs are American League highs this season.
» September 15, 1975:
Red Sox lefty Roger Moret holds on for a 9–7 win over the visiting Brewers. Jim Colborn takes the loss. For Moret, this is his last win as a Red Sox as he'll go to Atlanta over the winter after a 14–3 season. For the years 1970-75 he finishes with an 18-7 record at Fenway, the 2nd best Red Sox lefty at home.