» July 29, 1988: Baltimore trades veteran pitcher Mike Boddicker to the Red Sox for minor leaguers Brady Anderson and Curt Schilling.
» July 9, 1992: Baltimore's Brady Anderson and Mike Devereaux lead off the game against the Twins Scott Erickson with back-to-back homers. The Orioles go on to a 42 victory.
» April 17, 1993:
In the Orioles' 7-5 loss to the Angels, Baltimore winds up with three runners on 3rd base in a rare display of dumb baseball. With the bases loaded and one out, OF Mike Devereaux hits a fly ball which is trapped by CF Chad Curtis. Curtis throws home. Jeff Tackett, the baserunner on 3rd, returns to the base after running halfway home. Brady Anderson, who was on 2nd, advanced to 3rd. Chito Martinez, the baserunner on 1st, rounded 2nd and headed for 3rd. Angel C John Orton walked to 3rd where he tagged all three runners. Tackett was called out on a force, and Martinez was called out, completing the inning-ending double play.
» April 26, 1994: Baltimore OF Brady Anderson gets four extra-base hits in his first four trips to the plate in the Orioles' 10-4 win over Oakland. Anderson's two doubles and two home runs all come while leading off an inning. Rafael Palmeiro and Chris Hoiles both homer to back Arthur Rhodes.
» April 21, 1996: Dean Palmer's grand slam and 2-run homer lead Texas (134) to a 96 win over the Orioles and a sweep of the 3-game series. The O's Brady Anderson lead off the game with a home run, the 4th straight game he's socked a lead-off home run, and believed to be a major league record.
» April 28, 1996: Visiting Texas scores four runs in the 10th and holds on for a 54 win over the Orioles. Baltimore's Brady Anderson cracks his 11th homer of April, joining Gary Sheffield, who hit his 11th of Friday, Willie Stargell (1971), Graig Nettles (1974), and Mike Schmidt (1976) as the only players to hit that many in the month.
» May 1, 1996: The Yanks and Orioles continue their marathon play, this one going five hours and 43 minutes before ending at one a.m. Tino Martinez, whose homer snapped yesterday's tie, slugs a grand slam in the 15th to give reliever Andy Pettitte the win. Bernie Williams has five hits while Gerald Williams collects 6just the 2nd Yankee to get six in a game; Myril Hoag in 1934, is the other. The O's and Yankees strand 15 runners in extra innings, as both teams squander scoring opportunities, and New York survives four errors by two second basemen. Jim Mecir strikes out Brady Anderson with the bases loaded in the 10th after going to a 30 count. Cal Ripken is lifted for a pinch runner in the 8thwho is promptly picked offand sits for the last seven innings, the longest stretch he's rested in 2,180 games.
» May 25, 1996: Oakland's Pedro Munoz belts the longest home run in the 5-year history of Camden Yards to lead the A's to a 63 win over the Orioles. The 463-foot shot to dead center comes in the 6th inning with two on, and breaks a 22 tie. Mark McGwire also homers for Oakland. The O's get two more homers from Brady Anderson, and a dinger from Mike Bordick, but that's all the scoring.
» May 28, 1996:
Cal Ripken powers three homers, good for eight RBI, to lead the Orioles to a 128 win over Seattle. Ripken hits a pair of two-run homers and a grand slam, tying him with Eddie Murray as the O's career home run leader with 333. Brother Billy Ripken also homers in the same inning with Cal, and Brady Anderson (19), Rafael Palmeiro, and Ken Griffey, Jr. (18) add homers as both teams total 24 hits.
» September 15, 1996: Baltimore C Mark Parent homers in the 3rd inning of his team's 16-6 win over the Tigers. The homer gives the Orioles a new major league record of 241 for the season. The Birds have four other homers in the game, including Brady Anderson's 10th leadoff home run of the year, to total 243, three more than the 1961 Yankees.
» September 29, 1996:
The Blue Jays beat Baltimore on the final day of the season, 41, behind Pat Hentgen. Hentgen wins his 20th, joining Jack Morris as the 2nd Blue Jay pitcher in history to win 20. The O's only run is Brady Anderson's lead off home run, his 50th home run of the year. The Orioles end the year with a major-league record 257 home runs. Both the Mariners (245) and the A's (243) surpass the old record of 240, set by the 1961 Yankees.
» November 1, 1996: The major league All-Star team opens their 8-game series in Japan with a 65 loss to the Japan All-Stars. Players include Cal Ripken, Sammy Sosa, Steve Finley, Brady Anderson, Barry Bonds, Mike Piazza, Hideo Nomo, Gary Sheffield, Alex Rodriguez, and Shane Reynolds.
» September 16, 1997:
Jimmy Key, 07 in his last nine starts at Camden Yards, beats the Cleveland Indians 7-2 to give the Orioles a split in a day-night doubleheader. Roberto Alomar has three hits and three RBIs and Brady Anderson and Rafael Palmeiro homer in the win. In the opener, Charles Nagy pitches five-hit ball into the seventh inning and Matt Williams drives home two runs to lead the Indians to a 4-2 victory.
» October 2, 1997: The Orioles defeat the Mariners by a score of 9-3 for the second day in a row. Brady Anderson and Harold Baines hit home runs to lead the way.
» October 8, 1997: The Orioles take Game one of the ALCS as Scott Erickson and Randy Myers combine to limit Cleveland to four hits in a 3-0 win. Brady Anderson and Roberto Alomar homer for Baltimore.
» 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.
» August 7, 1998:
The Orioles pound the Twins, 169, as OF Brady Anderson gets five hits, including two doubles and two homers, drives home four runs and scores 3.
» September 16, 1998:
Ken Griffey Jr. steals his 20th base of the season in a 41 victory over Oakland. He becomes just the 3rd player in history to record at least 50 home runs and at least 20 stolen bases in the same season. Willie Mays and Brady Anderson are the others.
» May 23, 1999:
The Orioles defeat the Rangers, 15-6, scoring 10 runs in the 1st inning. Baltimore OF Brady Anderson is hit by a pitch twice in the 1st to set an AL record.
» May 23, 1999:
The Orioles Brady Anderson joins Willard Schmidt (1959) and Frank Thomas (1961) as the only batters hit by a pitch twice in one inning. The O's beat Texas, 156.
» August 21, 1999: In a doubleheader with the White Sox, Orioles Brady Anderson leads off each game with a homer. This is the 3rd time in ML history and the first since Rickey Henderson on July 5, 1993. It's little help, however, as the Sox win both, 43 and 85.
» September 28, 2000: The Orioles roast the Blue Jays, 23-1, to eliminate Toronto from any possible spot in the playoffs. The 23 runs scored is a O's team record. The Orioles score 10 runs in the 4th inning, highlighted by Brady Anderson's 200th career home run. Darrin Fletcher hits his 20th homer of the year for Toronto, giving the Blue Jays seven players with 20 or more home runs on the season. That ties the AL record set by Baltimore in 1996.
» April 7, 2001: In the 10th against the Indians, the Orioles shift LF Delino DeShields behind 2B with one out and the bases loaded. RF Brady Anderson moves to shallow LF and CF Melvin Mora moves to right center. Jolbert Cabrera hits a fly near the LF line to Anderson who fires a strike to get the surprised runner Ellis Burks trying to score. The O's score two in the top of the 11th to win, 42.
» May 16, 2001:
Rickey Henderson leads off with a home run, extending his major-league record for leadoff home runs to 79. This more than twice the total for the #2 and #3 players on the list: Brady Anderson (44), and Bobby Bonds (35).
» December 7, 2001:
The Orioles sign free agent OF Brady Anderson to a 1-year contract.