» October 12, 1963: In the first (and last) Hispanic American major league all-star game, the National League team beats the American League 5–2 at the Polo Grounds. The game features such names as Minnie Minoso, Tony Oliva, Roberto Clemente, Orlando Cepeda, Julian Javier, Felipe Alou, Luis Aparicio, and Zoilo Versalles. Vic Power receives a pregame award as the number-one Latin player. NL starter Juan Marichal strikes out six in four innings, though reliever Al McBean is the winner. Pinch hitter Manny Mota drives in two against loser Pedro Ramos.
» May 2, 1964: Minnesota becomes the 3rd club to hit four consecutive home runs in one inning. Tony Oliva, Bob Allison, Jimmie Hall, and Harmon Killebrew do the damage in an 11th-inning explosion that gives the visiting Twins a 7–3 win at Kansas City. The first three clouts are served up by Dan Pfister, and the last by Vern Handrahan. The Twins total six homers in the win.
» November 18, 1965: Zoilo Versalles is named American League MVP. The Minnesota SS gets 275 votes to 174 for OF teammate Tony Oliva.
» June 9, 1966: Minnesota rocks Kansas City with the first 5-HR inning in AL history. Rich Rollins, Zoilo Versalles connect off Catfish Hunter, along with successive roundtrippers by Tony Oliva, Don Mincher (off Paul Lindblad) and Harmon Killebrew (off John Wyatt) in the 7th inning to give the Twins a 9–4 victory.
» April 16, 1967:
In the 3rd inning in Detroit, Minnesota's Tony Oliva belts one into the stands but then passes teammate Cesar Tovar between 1B and 2B. Oliva gets one RBI, and gets a single instead of a home run.
» June 16, 1969: In the first inning against the Angels' Tom Murphy, Rod Carew and Tony Oliva pull off a double steal of 2B and 3B. On the next pitch the two pull off another double steal, Carew's 6th swipe of home on the year to tie the American League record. The Twins run to an 8–2 win over the Angels.
» June 29, 1969:
Tony Oliva collects eight straight hits in the Twins' twinbill split with the Royals. Kansas City takes the opener, 7–2, behind homers by Mike Fiore and Bob Oliver. Oliva flied out his first time up, then stroked three singles. In the Twins 12–2 win in game two, Oliva hits two homers, a double and two singles, driving in five runs.
» April 25, 1970: Tiger P Earl Wilson fans for the 3rd out in the 7th inning against the Twins. On the 3rd strike by Jim Kaat, Twins C Paul Ratliff traps the ball in the dirt, and must either throw to 1B or tag the batter. Instead he rolls the ball back to the mound, ignoring the fact that ump John Rice has not signaled a K. As the Twins head for their dugout, Wilson begins running the bases and is around 3B when OF Brant Alyea retrieves the ball and throws to SS Leo Cardenas, who is standing by home. Wilson turns back to 3B but Cardenas and Alyea run him down for a 7-6-7 out on a 3rd strike. Wilson pulls a hamstring on the play and leaves, trailing, 2–1, and Detroit ties it up 3–3 in the 9th. But Harmon Killebrew singles home Tony Oliva in the bottom of the 9th for the win.
» August 25, 1970: In Minnesota, a bomb scare delays the game with Boston for 43 minutes in the 4th, but the only bomb is an 8th inning homer by Tony Conigliaro to give the Sox a 1–0 win. The Sox end the game with a double play, a 1–6 force at 2B, then a throw home to nab Tony Oliva trying to score. Ken Brett is the winner in relief over Tom Hall.
» September 22, 1970:
The Twins clinch their 2nd straight American League West title, beating the A's 5–3. Tony Oliva starts the scoring with a 2-run home run in the 1st.
» October 4, 1970:
Dave McNally hurls Baltimore to a 2-0 ALCS lead as the Orioles blast the Twins 11–3. Harmon Killebrew and Tony Oliva hit home runs in a losing cause.
» November 11, 1970: Boog Powell, who batted .297 with 35 homers and 114 RBI for Baltimore, is named American League MVP by a 234-157 margin over the Twins Tony Oliva.
» July 3, 1973:
Minnesota's Tony Oliva hits three solo home runs during a 7–6 loss at Kansas City.
» September 28, 1987:
Kevin Seitzer goes 2-for-4 in Kansas City's 5–1 loss to Seattle to become the first rookie since Tony Oliva and Dick Allen in 1964 to collect 200 hits.
» September 19, 1997:
The White Sox tie Boston, 4–4 at Fenway on Albert Belle's 9th inning grand slam, off Tom Gordon, then win in the 10th on Frank Thomas' single. The Red Sox had tied the game in the bottom of the 9th on pinch homers by Curtis Pride and Scott Hatteberg. Boston wastes Butch Henry's seven 2/3 shutout innings, while Mike Sirotka's one run in eight innings goes unrewarded. Nomar Garciaparra has a pair of doubles to break Ted Williams' Red Sox rookie record for total bases. His total is 348 on his way to 365. Tony Oliva set the American League rookie record in 1964 with 374.
» May 31, 2002:
Carlos Beltran hits a grand slam and adds a solo homer in the 11th to pace the Royals to a 10–7 win over Texas. His solo shot is the first of three consecutive home runs in the 11th, as Mike Sweeney and Joe Randa follow suit. They became just the 2nd team to hit at least three consecutive home runs in extra innings. The Twins had four consecutive home runs, from Tony Oliva, Bob Allison, Jimmie Hall and Harmon Killebrew, in the 11th inning, on May 2, 1964. Neifi Perez homers for KC, and Alex Rodriguez hits two for Texas.