» January 14, 1986: Picking second in the January draft, the Pirates go for blood lines, selecting Moises Alou. The Indians, selecting first, take pitcher Jeff Shaw.
» August 7, 1990:
The Expos send pitcher Zane Smith to the Pirates for rookie OF Moises Alou. Alou will have just 20 at bats this year and miss all of next year because of shoulder surgery.
» September 23, 1992:
For the 2nd time in eight days, the Pirates witness a 9–3 putout; this time it is Montreal RF Larry Walker gunning out Tim Wakefield at 1B in the 6th. It is the 2nd time this season that Walker has thrown out a runner at 1B. Moises Alou, who enters the game as a pinch runner, hits a grand slam in the bottom of the 14th to win it for Montreal, 5–1.
» June 29, 1993: The Expos defeat the Pirates, 9–2, as Moises Alou, Marquis Grissom, and Larry Walker hit consecutive home runs in the 7th inning.
» July 9, 1993: By homering twice in Montreal's 6-1 win over San Diego, Expo OF Moises Alou sets a record for most hits that are all homers in consecutive games, with 6. He had a homer yesterday, one on the 7th, and two on the 6th.
» July 12, 1994: Moises Alou's double in the 10th inning gives the National League an 8-7 victory over the American League in the All-Star Game. The NL is now a perfect 9-0 in extra-inning contests. Houston P John Hudek becomes the 1st P in history to appear in an All-Star Game before recording a major league victory. Fred McGriff, whose 2-run homer in the 9th inning tied the score, takes MVP honors.
» April 22, 1996: Rheal Cormier allows just three hits and Henry Rodriguez slams two homers and drives in five runs as host Montreal clips the Cardinals, 8–0. Rodriguez, starting in LF for the injured Moises Alou, homered twice on Saturday and is 9-for-14. Montreal (12–7) leads Atlanta in the N.L. East by one 1/2 games.
» August 12, 1996:
The Expos defeat the Astros, 8-1, in a game marked by a 3rd-inning 10-minute brawl which will result in 4-game suspensions being handed down to Henry Rodriguez, Moises Alou, David Segui, Jeff Juden, and John Cangelosi. Danny Darwin gets six games. Houston manager Terry Collins receives a gash that will require four stitches to close when he's hit by a thrown batting helmet. The fight starts when Rodriguez is plunked by a pitch, the apparent result of his stopping and admiring a homer he hit his last time up. Al Leiter pitches a 3-hitter to win, although he gives up a leadoff homer to Brian Hunter.
» December 12, 1996:
The Marlins sign free agent OF Moises Alou to a 5-year contract worth $25 million.
» October 1, 1997:
The Marlins again score the winning run in bottom half of the 9th, this time on a single by Moises Alou, to take a 2-game lead over the Giants. Bobby Bonilla drives home three runs for Florida, while Stan Javier gets four hits for the Jints.
» October 7, 1997: The Marlins take the opening game of the NLCS with a 5-3 victory over the Braves in Atlanta. Moises Alou drives in four of the Florida runs while the bullpen tosses three innings of hitless relief.
» October 18, 1997: Florida take Game one of the World Series, 7-4, behind rookie P Livan Hernandez. Moises Alou's 3-run homer in the 4th inning is the big blow for the Marlins, who are outhit by the Indians, 11-7.
» 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.
» November 11, 1997:
The Marlins trade OF Moises Alou to the Astros in exchange for pitchers Oscar Henriquez and Manuel Barrios and a player to be named.
» April 24, 1998:
Moises Alou drives in five runs and Carl Everett homers from each side of the plate—the 7th time an Astro has accomplished this—to lead the Astros to an 8–4 win over Montreal.
» May 25, 1998: Cleveland 2B David Bell becomes the 3rd player in major league history to play against a team managed by his father. Bell's 2–run double brings home the go–ahead run in the Indians 7–4 win over Buddy Bell's Detroit Tigers. Bump Wills and Moises Alou are the only other players to appear in games against their fathers.
» July 26, 1998:
After 41 straight saves, Padres closer Trevor Hoffman try for a major-league record fails, as he gives up a 9th inning homer to Houston's Moises Alou, which ties the game. He earns the win when the Padres score in the 10th to win 5–4.
» March 3, 1999: Houston OF Moises Alou undergoes surgery to repair ligaments in his left knee. He will be out for 5–6 months. Alou was injured when he fell while trying to adjust the speed of his treadmill while in the Dominican Republic.
» April 3, 2001: The Astros defeat the Brewers, 11-3, as Craig Biggio gets five hits for Houston. Daryle Ward, filling in for the injured Moises Alou, adds a grand slam to back Scott Elarton. Jose Hernandez and Jeromy Burnitz hit solo home runs for the Brew.
» July 8, 2001:
Lance Berkman has three hits to extend his streak to 21 games. It'll end here, but Moises Alou reaches 16 straight game today on his way to a 23-game streak. Jeff Bagwell and Mendy Lopez collect three RBIs for Houston as they outslug the Royals, 10–8. Scott Elarton is tossed in the first after plunking leadoff hitter Rey Sanchez in retaliation for Craig Biggio being hit.
» July 18, 2001:
Houston batters St. Louis, 17–11, as 3B Jeff Bagwell hits for the cycle. He is the 212th major-league player since 1901 to cycle, 106 in the NL. The Cardinals score six runs in the 5th inning, but the Astros answer with eight in their next at bat. Batting notables include Moises Alou, who has a 3-run home run to stretch his hit streak to 23 games, and Bobby Bonilla, with his 2,000th career hit. McGwire, with his 564th, and Pujols also homer for the Birds.
» July 19, 2001:
Moises Alou's 23–game hitting streak is ended in St. Louis' 4–1 victory over Houston.
» December 19, 2001:
The Cubs sign free agent OF Moises Alou to a 3-year contract. They also trade OF Michael Tucker to the Royals in exchange for a player to be named.