» December 6, 1989: The Mets trade reliever Randy Myers to the Reds for fellow closer John Franco; Joe Carter and Fred Lynn are sent by Cleveland to San Diego for Sandy Alomar, Carlos Baerga. and Chris James; and free-agent relief specialist Jeff Reardon signs with the Red Sox.
» November 7, 1990: Cleveland's Sandy Alomar Jr. wins the American League Rookie of the Year Award unanimously, joining Carlton Fisk and Mark McGwire as the only players to do so.
» April 28, 1996:
Veteran Frank Viola, brought up yesterday from the minors, is rocked for 10 runs in four innings by the Indians. who roll to a 17–3 win over the Blue Jays. Sandy Alomar hits a 3-run homer and Albert Belle adds a solo shot and drives in three runs.
» October 2, 1996:
The Orioles win their 2nd in a row against the Indians, 7-4. The winning tally scores on a throwing error by C Sandy Alomar.
» May 30, 1997: The Orioles' Mike Mussina retires the first 25 Indian batters before Sandy Alomar ruins his no-hit bid with a one-out single in the 9th. Mussina then strikes out the final two batters for a 3–0 victory.
» June 6, 1997:
At Fenway Park, Indian C Sandy Alomar ties a major-league record with four doubles in four at-bats and Orel Hershiser allows one run in seven innings to beat Tom Gordon. Alomar is the 38th player to bang four doubles.
» June 23, 1997:
In Cleveland, Matt Lawton has four hits and Brad Radke wins his fourth straight start as the Twins top Cleveland. 7–2. Pat Meares has a two-run homer for the Twins. For Cleveland, Sandy Alomar extends his hitting streak to 22 games with a single and Jim Thome accounts for all the scoring with two solo homers.
» June 29, 1997:
In New York, the Indians score seven runs off the usually stingy David Cone, but the Yankees outlast the Indians, 11–10. With his 9th-inning single, Sandy Alomar extends his hitting streak to 26 games, 6th longest in Tribe history.
» July 8, 1997: The American League defeats the National by a score of 3-1 in the annual All-Star Game, played in Cleveland. Indians' C Sandy Alomar hits a 2-run home run and is named the game's Most Valuable Player. Alomar is the 1st hometown player to homer since Hank Aaron in Atlanta in 1972.
» September 14, 1997: Sandy Alomar hits a bases-loaded single to key a bizarre seven-run 8th, and Cleveland defeats Chicago, 8–3. Jim Thome nails his 40th homer for the Indians. Chicago ties a major league record by using nine pitchers in the nine-inning game, including five in the 8th. The 4th in that inning, Keith Foulke, is called in without a warmup by manager Terry Bevington to intentionally walk a batter. The Tribe increases its American League Central lead to seven 1/2 games over Chicago and Milwaukee. Before the game the Sox retire Carlton Fisk's #72. Bitter over his 1993 release and not being allowed into locker room during the playoffs that year, Fisk requests that Jerry Reinsdorf and GM Ron Schueler not be there for the ceremony.
» October 5, 1997:
Cleveland scores single runs in the 8th and 9th innings to defeat the Yankees, 3-2, and even their series at two games apiece. David Justice and Sandy Alomar homer for the Indians, but light-hitting Omar Vizquel's single wins it.
» October 12, 1997: The Indians again score the winning run in their last at bat, coming back from a 4-2 deficit to defeat the Orioles, 8-7, for their 3rd straight win in the ALCS. Sandy Alomar drives home the winner with a single after hitting a 2-run homer earlier in the contest. He also scores from 2B on a wild pitch in the 5th. Brady Anderson, Harold Baines, Rafael Palmeiro hit homers off Jaret Wright in the 5th while Manny Ramirez goes deep for the Tribe. Jose Mesa blows his 2nd save in two days, but receives credit for the win.
» October 19, 1997: The Indians bounce back with a 6-1 victory in Game two of the Series. Chad Ogea gets the win and Sandy Alomar connects for a home run. Marquis Grissom has three hits for Cleveland.
» October 22, 1997: The Indians ride home runs by Manny Ramirez and Matt Williams to a 10-3 victory over Florida to even the Series at two games apiece. Williams and Sandy Alomar get three hits each to give Jaret Wright the win.
» October 23, 1997: Rookie Livan Hernandez wins for the second time as Florida holds off Cleveland for an 8-7 victory in Game 5. Down 8-4, the Indians fight back with three in the 9th but strand the tying runner on base. Moises Alou hits a 3-run homer for Florida, while Sandy Alomar matches him for the Tribe.
» May 14, 1998: Baltimore pitcher Mike Mussina's nose is broken when he is hit in the face by a line drive off the bat of Cleveland's Sandy Alomar in a 5–4 Indian win. Mussina had just recently returned from the DL where he had been placed because of a wart on his right index finger.
» September 1, 2000: The Baltimore Orioles turn the season's fifth triple play and the first triple-killing in Jacobs Field history in the second inning against the Cleveland Indians. On a pop up to short the infield fly rule is not called. With runners at first and second and no outs, O's SS Melvin Mora lets Sandy Alomar's pop fly drop, apparently intentionally, and throws to 2B Jerry Hairston who tags the runner at second as well as the runner coming from first. Alomar, believing the infield fly rule had been called, retreated to the dugout and was called out for leaving the basepath resulting in a 6-4-3 triple play. Charlie Manuel doesn't agree and gets tossed. Cleveland overcomes the TP to win, 5–2, behind Steve Finley.
» December 18, 2000: In related signings, the White Sox ink free agent C Sandy Alomar to a 2-year contract, while the Marlins sign free agent C Charles Johnson to a 5-year contract. Johnson was the Sox catcher last season.
» July 29, 2002:
The White Sox trade C Sandy Alomar Jr. to the Rockies. In return, Chicago gets P Enemencio Pacheco.
» December 20, 2002:
The White Sox sign free agent C Sandy Alomar to a contract.