- After pitching in Atlanta for five seasons, Tom House began the nomadic phase of his career by being traded to the Boston Red Sox after the 1975 season.
- House didn't fare very well in the American League. In 1976 Tom was 4-3 with four saves and had a 4.33 ERA in 36 games.
- After eight games with the Red Sox in 1977, Tom was sold to the Seattle Mariners.
- House spent the rest of the 1977 season and the 1978 season with Seattle before being released during spring training in 1979.