» December 6, 1959: The White Sox re acquire Minnie Minoso, along with C Dick Brown and pitchers Jake Striker and Don Ferrarese from the Indians. The give up young 1B Norm Cash, OF Bubba Phillips, and C John Romano.
» August 17, 1961:
The Indians edge the Red Sox in the 14th inning, 4–3, when Mike Fornieles walks in the winning run in the 14th inning. Cleveland ties the game in the 9th on John Romano's 2-run homer into the upper deck.
» September 19, 1962: Walter Bond and John Romano twice hit back-to-back home runs for the Indians to help beat the Athletics., 10–9. They both hit doubles as well—a ML first when added to the back-to-backs— as Bond collects six RBIs and Romano 4. Dick Donovan gains his 20th win, though he is chased in the 6th.
» May 26, 1963: Cleveland C John Romano suffers a fractured finger, which will keep him out of the lineup for five weeks, and the Indians compound the fracture by losing twice to the first-place Orioles 10–6 and 6–1. Baltimore reliever Wes Stock picks up both victories in the doubleheader with five innings of work.
» September 23, 1964: The sizzling Yanks win their 9th in a row, defeating the Tribe, 4–3 in 11 innings and 6–4. Elston Howard's homer off Louie Tiant snaps a tie in the opener. John Romano homers in each game for the Indians while recently acquired Pedro Ramos finishes up both games for New York. Ramos, however, will not be eligible for the World Series.
» December 14, 1966: The Cards send Walt "no neck" Williams and P Don Dennis to the White Sox for C John Romano and P Lee White. Williams hit .330 in each of the past two seasons at Tulsa.