» 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.
» April 11, 1992: Cleveland 2B Carlos Baerga is 6-for-9 in the Indians 7–5, 19-inning loss to the Red Sox.
» May 7, 1992: The Indians commit around-the-horn errors in a 8–7 victory over the Rangers. 1B Paul Sorrento boots a ground ball, 2B Carlos Baerga misses a pop–up, SS Mark Lewis drops a throw and 3B Brook Jacoby boots another grounder.
» April 8, 1993: Indians 2B Carlos Baerga becomes the 1st player in major league history to homer from both sides of the plate in the same inning, connecting in the 7th inning of Cleveland's 15-5 win over the Yankees.
» June 17, 1993:
Cleveland 2B Carlos Baerga hits three home runs in the Indians' 9-5 loss to Detroit. The Tigers hit five 4-baggers of their own, including a pair each by Travis Fryman and Dan Gladden. Three players with two or more homers in a game ties an American League mark.
» May 9, 1995: The Indians score eight runs before any outs are recorded in the 1st inning, tying a major league record. Paul Sorrento, Kenny Lofton and Carlos Baerga each hit home runs in the stanza, as Cleveland goes on to a 10-0 victory behind Orel Hershiser and Paul Assenmacher.
» July 16, 1995: Cleveland defeats Oakland, 5-4 in 12 innings, as Indians' 2B Carlos Baerga lashes out five hits, including a double. The win opens up Cleveland's lead in the American League Central to 14 1/2 games.
» July 29, 1996:
The Indians trade 2B Carlos Baerga and IF Alvaro Espinoza to the Mets in exchange for 3B Jeff Kent and SS Jose Vizcaino. Baerga, a former All-Star, is last in hitting and fielding among American League second basemen.
» April 16, 1997:
Brett Butler is 5-for-5, collecting four more hits than the Mets, as the Dodgers win, 5–2. Carlos Baerga has the only New York hit, a 7th-inning double off Pedro Astacio.
» January 27, 1999:
The Cardinals sign free agent 2B Carlos Baerga to a contract.
» July 2, 1999:
Phil Nevin and Carlos Baerga hit back-to-back pinch-hitter home runs in the 9th inning, as San Diego defeats Colorado, 15-3.
» August 16, 1999:
The Indians obtain 2B Carlos Baerga from the Padres in exchange for a player to be named.
» July 18, 2001:
Quack. Carlos Baerga, who was playing with the Long Island Ducks, in the independent Atlantic League, has his contract sold to the Samsung Ducks, in the Korean Baseball League.
» June 8, 2002:
In a heralded match of aces at Fenway, Curt Schilling (12-1) and the Diamondbacks beat the Red Sox' Pedro Martinez, 3–2. Pedro, complaining of a sore arm, pitches six innings, gives up three runs on seven hits, and strikes out 10. Schilling allows a solo home run to Carlos Baerga in the 1st, and a run in the 8th in winning his 9th straight.