» April 20, 1982: By defeating the Reds, 42 for its 12th victory in a row, The Braves tie the modern major-league record for consecutive wins at the start of a season. Steve Bedrosian pitches 41/3 innings of relief to earn his first ML win.
» July 20, 1985:
Driving in seven runs on two homers, Darryl Strawberry leads the Mets to a 165 drubbing of the visiting Braves. Straw's first home run, in the 1st off Steve Bedrosian, is a grand slam, and his next is a 3-run home run in the 3rd.
» October 1, 1985:
Houston's Charlie Kerfeld beats the Braves, 20, handing the loss to starter to Steve Bedrosian (7-15). Bedrock is not around at the end and finishes none of his 37 starts this year, a ML record.
» August 20, 1986:
Philadelphia's Don Carman pitches a perfect game until Bob Brenly doubles leading off the 9th, and Carman ends up combining with Steve Bedrosian for a 10-inning 10 win over the Giants. Juan Samuel's home run in the top of the 10th provides the game's only run, the 2nd time in Phils' history that an extra inning homer has won a 10 game (Northey, 1944).
» June 29, 1987: In the first gamea 6-5 win, of Philadelphia's doubleheader sweep of Pittsburgh, Steve Bedrosian records his 12th consecutive save (in 12 appearances) to break the major-league record set by Sparky Lyle in 1975. The Quakers take the nitecap, 113.
» July 2, 1987: Houston's Glenn Davis ends Steve Bedrosian's record-setting streak of 13 consecutive saves by belting a 3-run home run in the top of the 9th inning to give the Astros a 76 win over the Phillies.
» November 10, 1987: In the closest vote in the award's history, Steve Bedrosian edges Rick Sutcliffe 57-55 to win the National League Cy Young Award. Bedrosian is the 3rd reliever ever to win the award in the NL.
» June 24, 1988: Cleveland's Doug Jones celebrates his 31st birthday by saving his 14th game in 14 appearances, breaking the major-league record for consecutive saves set last season by Steve Bedrosian. Jones retires all seven batters he faces to close out the Indians' 75 win over the Yankees.
» June 18, 1989: The struggling Phillies trade. Reliever Steve Bedrosian and a player to be named later go to the Giants for pitchers Dennis Cook and Terry Mulholland and 3B Charlie Hayes, then send 2B-OF Juan Samuel to the Mets for OF Len Dykstra, P Roger McDowell, and another player to be named later.
» May 23, 1991:
Kirby Puckett has his 2nd career 6-hit game in a 12 inning 106 loss to Texas. Jeff Russell is the winner over Steve Bedrosian.
» October 3, 1991: In the 2nd game of a doubleheader against the Minnesota Twins, Chicago C Carlton Fisk smashes two home runs to lead the White Sox to a 13-12 victory. In doing so, just nine months shy of his 44th birthday, Fisk becomes the oldest 20th century player to hit a pair of 4-baggers in the same game. His 7th inning grand slam off Steve Bedrosian also makes him the oldest major leaguer ever to hit a bases loaded homer. Cap Anson, at 45, clubbed two homers on this date in 1897: he's the oldest to hit a pair.
» August 11, 1995: Kirk Gibson and Steve Bedrosian announce their retirements.