» December 15, 1960: The Reds acquire pitchers Joey Jay and Juan Pizarro from the Braves for SS Roy McMillan and a player to be named later. Cincy then trades Pizarro and P Cal McLish to the White Sox for 3B Gene Freese. The two pitchers will win 24 games between them for the Sox in 1961, while Freese will have one good year in Cincy.
» August 15, 1961: Roger Maris hits his 46th homer, off Chicago's Juan Pizarro, for New York's only run in a 2–1 loss to the visiting White Sox. Pizarro allows just four hits. Whitey Ford loses in his bid for his 21st win.
» June 21, 1964:
The Yankees move into first place by eight percentage points over Baltimore, as they outpitch the White Sox to win 2–0 and 2–1. Mickey Mantle and Elston Howard home runs win it 2–0 for Jim Bouton in the opener against White Sox pitcher Juan Pizarro, and an error wins the nightcap 2–1 in the 17th. The Yankees sweep 4, giving up just one run in 41 innings, and take nine games from Chicago in 11 days.
» October 12, 1966: The White Sox send sore-armed Juan Pizarro to the Pirates for knuckleballer Wilbur Wood, who spent the 1966 season with Columbus (International).
» November 28, 1966: The Pirates purchase P Juan Pizarro from the White Sox, completing a deal that sends P Wilbur Wood to Chicago. The knuckleballing Wood was 14–8 for Columbus in 1966 after going 1–3 for the Pirates over the previous two years.
» April 19, 1969:
Boston trades last year's 1B Ken Harrelson and pitchers Dick Ellsworth and Juan Pizarro to Cleveland for pitchers Sonny Siebert and Vincente Romo and C Joe Azcue.
» September 11, 1971: At Wrigley Field, Juan Pizarro beats the visiting Cardinals, 7–0, with help from Paul Popovich, who clubs his first ML grand slam
» September 16, 1971: At New York, lefty Juan Pizarro shuts out the Mets and Tom Seaver, 1–0. Pizarro does it all, clubbing a solo homer to win his own game. It's Pizarro's 2nd shutout in a row and Seaver's first loss after seven straight wins. Tom's last loss was August 1, also to Pizarro.
» May 6, 1972: Carmen Fanzone, playing for Ron Santo, who is sidelined with a fractured wrist, hits two homers and drives home four runs to lead the Cubs over the Astros, 6–4. Juan Pizarro wins in relief.
» July 4, 1972:
Denny McLain makes his National League debut in the 2nd game of a twinbill with the Cubs, called in the 8th inning because of rain. McLain gets no decision in the 3–3 tie, but gets a standing ovation at the end from the crowd of 50,597. Atlanta wins the opener, 5–1, as Ron Reed beats Juan Pizarro. Paul Casanova's first NL homer and Lum's 3-run homer in the 7th account for four runs.
» June 17, 1983: Bob Welch pitches a 6-hitter and hits his first career homer, off Mario Soto in the 6th, to lead the Dodgers past the Reds, 1–0. Welch is the 11th pitcher in ML history to homer in a 1–0 game, and it will not occur again this century. The last to do so, according to historian Bob Davids, was Juan Pizarro, in 1971.