|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» June 13, 1966:
The Red Sox acquire P John Wyatt, P Rollie Sheldon, and OF Jose Tartabull from the A's for P Ken Sanders, P Guido Grilli, and OF Jim Gosger.
» September 27, 1967: In afternoon games, Cleveland tops Boston 6–0, while the Twins drop a 5–1 decision to California. In their last games in Kansas City before moving to Oakland, the 10th place A's sweep a doubleheader from Chicago, beating the American League's ERA leaders Gary Peters and Joe Horlen. Peters loses the opener 5–2, and Horlen the nitecap 4–0, to rookie Catfish Hunter. Jim Gosger leads the way for KC by going 5-for-8 in the doubleheader. The two losses on this "Black Wednesday" drops Chicago to 4th place with only a hope of a tie for the pennant.