» April 10, 1969:
Frank Howard bangs a pair of homers, giving him four in three games, in the Senators 9–6 win over the Yankees. Fritz Peterson gives 10 hits and six runs in taking the loss. For the Yanks, Fernandez hits a pair of homers, one a grand slam.
» April 28, 1969: New York's Fritz Peterson shuts out the Red Sox, 1–0, stopping Boston's homer streak at 11 games and a record 27 homers.
» September 30, 1970: The Yankees Fritz Peterson wins his 20th, defeating the Red Sox, 4–3. Billy Conigliaro and Alvarado, with his first ML homer, go deep for Boston.
» July 21, 1972:
The Yankees sweep the Angels, winning 6–0 and 3–0 over the Angels. Fritz Peterson and Mel Stottlemyre apply the whitewash.
» September 4, 1972: The Yankees split with the Orioles, losing 43 before winning 5–2. The split leaves the Yankees(69-61) in 4th place, just one-half game out of first place. The Orioles (69-60) are tied with Detroit for the lead. Andy Etchebarren's 3-run homer in the first game, off Fritz Peterson, is the big blow while the Yankees take the night cap behind the three hits, including a homer, of Bobby Murcer.
» March 5, 1973: Yankee teammates Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich arrive at spring training and announce that wives and families have been swapped. Even the family dogs were traded.
» August 4, 1973:
In an outstanding relief performance, Yankee Lindy McDaniel comes to the rescue of Fritz Peterson, who exits with a muscle pull in the 2nd inning, and allows just one run in 13 innings to earn a 3–2 victory over the Tigers. Horace Clarke's home run is the game winner.
» August 8, 1973:
Against Texas, Yankee starter Fritz Peterson injures himself fielding a bunt single by leadoff hitter Dave Nelson and he is replaced by Fred Beene. Beene pitches nine innings, allowing four hits and winning, 3–2 on Gene Michael's 2-out single in the 9th off starter Jim Merritt.
» April 27, 1974:
The Yankees trade four pitchers, including Fritz Peterson and Steve Kline, to the Indians for 1B Chris Chambliss and hurlers Dick Tidrow and Cecil Upshaw.
» July 29, 1974: Detroit hits four home runs in the first inning in an 8–2 win over the Indians. Al Kaline, Bill Freehan, and Mickey Stanley hit consecutive home runs off Fritz Peterson, and Ed Brinkman adds another, though not consecutive, off Steve Kline.