» July 25, 1978:
The Lodi Dodgers (California League) pull off two triple plays during an 11–6 win over Fresno. Bob Brenly is a victimized base runner each time. It is the first time a pro team has had two triple plays in one game since 1904.
» 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 1–0 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 1–0 game (Northey, 1944).
» September 3, 1986:
Pitching in the 3rd inning against the Mets, Giants rookie Terry Mulholland snags a hard grounder off Keith Hernandez but can't retrieve the ball from the webbing of his glove. Thinking fast, Mulholland runs towards first and tosses his mitt to 1B Bob Brenly for the out. The Giants come up short, losing 4–2.
» September 14, 1986: Giants Bob Brenly, a catcher subbing at 3B, ties a major-league record by committing four errors in one inning of San Francisco's 7–6 victory over the Braves. Brenly atones for his errors with a homer in the 5th, a game-tying 2-run single in the 7th, and a 2-out game-winning home run in the bottom of the 9th.
» April 22, 1996:
Shawon Dunston makes four errors, but participates in four of the Giants five double plays in an 11–8 loss to the Astros. Dunston is mercifully lifted in the 8th, but his four errors is the most by a Giant since Bob Brenly's four in a 1986 game.
» October 30, 2000: The Diamondbacks name former major league catcher and announcer Bob Brenly as their new manager.