» November 20, 1958: The Tigers trade Billy Martin and RHP Al Cicotte to Cleveland for relief P Ray Narleski and Don Mossi and SS Ossie Alvarez.
» April 10, 1959: Chicago 2B Nellie Fox gets five hits in seven at bats on Opening Day in a 14-inning 9–7 win in Detroit. His 5th hit is a 2-run homer, off Don Mossi, to win the game: Nellie went homerless last season in 623 at bats. Nellie's five hits in an opener ties a record that won't be matched in the next 40 years.
» August 5, 1959:
Mickey Mantle breaks up a scoreless pitching duel between Detroit's Don Mossi and Bobby Shantz by belting an 8th inning homer with one on. New York wins at home, 3–0.
» June 19, 1960: In a brilliant pair of pitching performances, the Orioles Hoyt Wilhelm and Milt Pappas throw shutouts to beat the host Tigers. Wilhelm allows two hits in winning the opener, 2–0, over Bunning, and Pappas allows three hits in winning the nitecap, 1–0, over Don Mossi. Gentile and Hansen homer in the opener as Clint Courtney, using the big glove, is twice charged with batter interference, the 1st loading the bases in the 4th.
» July 15, 1960:
At Briggs Stadium, Mickey Mantle cracks a three-run homer of Don Mossi, but Detroit rallies to win 8–4.
» July 16, 1961: Detroit regains 1st place with two complete game victories from Phil Regan and Don Mossi.
» September 1, 1961: The American League's biggest crowd of the year, 65,566, sees Whitey Ford and Don Mossi duel at Yankee Stadium as a weekend battle for first place begins. Two-out, 9th-inning hits by Elston Howard, Yogi Berra, and Bill Skowron give New York a 1–0 win over the Tigers.
» May 3, 1963: In his 1st and only at bat as an Oriole, pitcher Les "Buster" Narum homers against Detroit's Don Mossi. Six days later, Narum is optioned to Rochester but will return to the majors next year with Washington where he'll hit two more. Narum is the first pitcher to have more homers than wins in a season, but he'll be matched on September 2nd by Ed Hobaugh, and in 1992 by Dave Eiland.
» July 25, 1964: The Twins tie an American League record by using nine pitchers in a 13-inning game they lose 6–5 to the White Sox. Gerry Fosnow (0-1) is the loser; Don Mossi (2-1)—the 5th Chicago pitcher—is the winner.
» September 25, 1965:
Another Kansas City publicity stunt makes the great Satchel Paige baseball's oldest performer. At 59, Paige hurls the first three innings, garners one strikeout, and allows just one hit, to Carl Yastrzemski in his first ML appearance since 1953. The Red Sox jump on reliever Don Mossi for a 5–2 win.