» August 30, 1982:
In an effort to bolster its pitching staff for the pennant race, Milwaukee trades minor leaguers Kevin Bass, Frank DiPino, and Mike Madden to the Astros for veteran starter Don Sutton. Sutton has won 13 games for Houston this year. The Brewers are four 1/2 games ahead of the Red Sox.
» October 15, 1986: In the longest game in post-season history, the Mets beat the Astros 7–6 in 16 innings to earn their first trip to the World Series since 1973. New York scores three runs in the top of the 9th to force extra innings. The Mets score three more runs in the top of the 16th and Houston answers with two of its own before Jesse Orosco fans Kevin Bass to end the game.
» July 8, 1987: Floyd Youmans pitches a one-hitter to beat the Astros and Nolan Ryan 1–0. Houston's lone hit is an 8th-inning single by Kevin Bass.
» September 2, 1987:
For the second time this season, Houston's Kevin Bass drills homers from each side of the plate. He totals three homers for the 2nd time in a month as the Astros drub the Cubs, 10–1.
» August 20, 1989:
For the 3rd time in his career, Kevin Bass homers from each side of the plate in a game, as the Astros double the Cubs, 8–4, winning again in the 9th. Bass's second homer of the game is a grand slam with one out in the 9th off Mitch Williams, with the loss going to Lancaster. Danny Darwin (11–3) is the winner.
» November 16, 1989: The National League champion Giants sign free-agent OF Kevin Bass, who hit .300 for Houston last season.
» August 7, 1992:
The Mets obtain OF Kevin Bass from the Giants for a player to be named.
» January 5, 1993: The Astros sign free agents Kevin Bass and Jose Uribe.