» May 26, 1976: In a scoreless game in Anaheim, Chicago's Ken Brett has a no-hitter with two out in the 9th when California's Jerry Remy tops a slow roller down the 3B line. 3B Jorge Orta lets the ball roll and, in a controversial ruling, it is scored a hit, though many thought it ought to be ruled an error. Brett gives up a hit in the 10th to ex-Sox Bill Melton but wins the game 1–0 in 11 innings.
» June 26, 1977:
In a sweep of Texas, both by 4–3 scores, Angels 2B Jerry Remy has 26 chances, an American League record (4PO, 12A in 11 inning, game 1: five PO, 5A in g2). This comes two days after 2B Don Money ties the AL mark with 12 assists.
» September 20, 1978: The Red Sox collect six hits -- 4 by Jerry Remy -- off Dave Rozema but the Tigers clobber Boston, 12–2. Lou Whitaker and Rusty Staub both have 3-run homers to lead Detroit's 15-hit attack. The Sox loss, combined with the Yankees split with Toronto, leaves New York two games in front with 10 games to go.
» May 12, 1979: Led by Jerry Remy's 5-for-5, the Red Sox use 16 hits to beat the A's, 8–2. Mike Torrez (4–1) goes all the way for the win.
» July 1, 1979: New York hits five homers off Red Sox starter Dennis Eckersley to win, 6–5. Boston also loses speedster Jerry Remy, batting .304 on the season, when he injures a knee sliding home. Remy will appear in only seven more games all year. Remy will never swipe more than 16 bases, after averaging 35 steals his first four seasons.