» October 1, 1982:
Mets pitcher Terry Leach tosses a 10-inning one-hitter against the Phillies, finally winning 1–0 on Hubie Brooks's sacrifice fly. Luis Aguayo's 5th-inning triple is the Phillies sole hit. It is the only extra inning one-hitter in Mets history.
» July 31, 1983:
In the nitecap of a doubleheader, Pirates rookie Jose DeLeon holds the Mets hitless for 81/3 innings before Hubie Brooks singles, but Mets starter Mike Torrez pitches 11 shutout innings himself and New York goes on to win 1–0 in 12 innings. In his previous start, DeLeon had held the Padres hitless for 61/3 innings. Mets reliever Jesse Orosco wins both games with four innings of relief in the 11-inning opener, and an inning in the nitecap.
» May 9, 1984:
Umpire Joe West ejects two television cameramen from Shea Stadium when they allow the Mets to view replays of a controversial play at the plate in which Hubie Brooks is called out. The Mets beat Atlanta, 3–1, with Ron Darling getting the win.
» August 8, 1984: The Cubs tighten their grip on first place in the National League East with a 7–6 win over the Mets at Wrigley Field, completing a 4-game series sweep. Keith Moreland leads the way with three hits and four RBIs. Hubie Brooks is 4-for-4 with four runs for New York. Davey Johnson gets tossed in the 7th after Bob Dernier gets hit by a pitch, a continuation of yesterday's beanballing. Cubs manager Jim Frey follows Johnson in the 9th when Smith throws behind George Foster.
» December 10, 1984: Expos catcher Gary Carter becomes the 3rd All-Star caliber player in five days to be traded, going to the Mets in exchange for IF-OF Hubie Brooks, C Mike Fitzgerald, OF Herm Winningham, and minor league P Floyd Youmans.
» October 6, 1985:
Hubie Brooks drives in his 100th run of the season in Montreal's season-ending 2–1 win over the Mets, becoming the first National League shortstop with 100 RBI since Ernie Banks in 1960.
» April 29, 1986:
Reds pitcher Mario Soto ties the major-league record by surrendering home runs to Andre Dawson, Hubie Brooks, Tim Wallach, and Mike Fitzgerald in the 4th inning of a 7–4 loss to the Expos.
» December 21, 1989: The Dodgers sign free agent Hubie Brooks.
» April 18, 1990: In a 6–2 win at San Francisco, Dodger 1B Eddie Murray homers from both sides of the plate, the first major leaguer to pull the feat in both leagues. Murray has done it eight times in the American League. Hubie Brooks adds a home run for LA and Mike Morgan takes the win.
» December 15, 1990:
The Mets send veteran lefty Bob Ojeda and minor leaguer Greg Hansell to the Dodgers for OF Hubie Brooks.
» January 27, 1993: The Royals sign free agents Hubie Brooks and Frank DiPino.