» June 13, 1954:
Cardinals LF Rip Repulski has two hits in each game of a doubleheader against Pittsburgh, to start a string of 10 straight games in which he collects two or more hits.
» June 25, 1954:
The Dodgers hold the Cardinals' hottest hitter, Rip Repulski, to a solitary single, snapping his dual hit streak at 10. He will hit in five more consecutive games before going hitless. Over the 10 games, Repulski, in 44 ABs, had 22 hits, half for extra bases.
» November 20, 1956: The Cardinals trade OF Rip Repulski and SS Bobby Morgan to the Phillies for OF Del Ennis.
» May 11, 1958:
In the Phils 10–4 loss in the lidlifter with Pittsburgh, Phils OF Richie Ashburn pulls a muscle. He sits out the 2nd game, ending his consecutive game streak at 473. Bob Friend wins the opener, overcoming back-to-back first inning home runs by Rip Repulski and Granny Hamner. In game 2, American League castoff Bob Porterfield wins a brilliant pitching duel with Curt Simmons, winning 1–0 in 11 innings.
» December 23, 1958: The Dodgers trade minor league infielder Sparky Anderson to the Phillies for OF Rip Repulski and pitchers Gene Snyder and Jim Golden. Sparky will be the Phils' regular 2B in 1959, his only big league season as a player. His 152 games is the most for a one-season career and his 119 total bases is the fewest ever for a player with 500 at bats.
» May 10, 1960:
Grand slams by Red Sox teammates Vic Wertz and Rip Repulski at Fenway Park give Boston a 9–7 win over Chicago. The National League-vet Repulski's 8th-inning shot off Don Ferrarese comes on his first AL at bat.