|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» October 1, 1974:
The Bucs take the National League East by edging the Cubs 6–5. A 2-run pinch home run by Bob Robertson is the game winner. Meanwhile, the Cardinals lose, 3–2, to the Expos, as Bob Gibson takes the loss. Reliever Dale Murray is the winner. |
» September 26, 1975: At Wrigley Field, the Expos edge the Cubs, 3–2, with Dale Murray picking up his 15th win, all in relief. His 15 victories is tops on the staff.
» December 9, 1982: In what will turn out to be a pair of unwise deals, the Yankees sign free-agent OF Steve Kemp to a 5-year contract, and trade OF Dave Collins, pitcher Mike Morgan, and minor leaguer Fred McGriff to the Blue Jays for P Dale Murray and minor leaguer Tom Dodd.