» April 24, 1996:
Henry Rodriguez clouts his 9th homer and Shane Andrews singles home the winner in the 10th as Montreal beat the Reds, 7–6, for its 6th straight win, to lead the National League East by two 1/2 games. Rodriguez has now hit six homers in his last 13 at bats.
» September 16, 1998:
Montreal scores two runs in the bottom of the 9th inning to defeat Florida, 3–2. Rookie P Kirt Ojala, who went the distance for the Marlins, ties a major league record by striking out four Expos in the 4th inning. Ojala fans Fernando Seguignol, Vladimir Guerrero, Shane Andrews, and Brad Fullmer to become the 12th hurler in major league history to fan four batters consecutively. Guerrero reached base on a 3rd–strike passed ball.
» June 1, 1999:
Montreal's Shane Andrews has two home runs and a double to drive in five runs in Montreal's 10-8 win over 1st-place Arizona. The DBacks Steve Finley tops him with six RBIs on two home runs.
» March 29, 2000: The Cubs open the major league season in the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan, by defeating the Mets, 5-3, in the first big league game ever played outside of North America. Jon Lieber gets the victory and new ace Mike Hampton takes the loss. Shane Andrews hits the first home run of the new millennium. Mark Grace and Mike Piazza also homer.
» June 7, 2000:
Cubs 3B Shane Andrews undergoes successful back surgery to remove a herniated disc. He is expected to be out at least eight weeks.