» November 18, 1994: The Indians trade pitchers Dave Mlicki, Jerry Dipoto, Paul Byrd, and a player to be named to the Mets in exchange for OF Jeromy Burnitz and P Joe Roa.
» August 31, 1996:
The Indians obtain IF Kevin Seitzer from the Brewers in exchange for OF Jeremy Burnitz.
» August 4, 1997:
At Anaheim, Jose Valentin, Dave Nilsson, and Jeremy Burnitz homer in the 4th inning, all off Ken Hill, as Milwaukee beats Anaheim, 5–2, for its 10th victory in 12 games. The loss drops Anaheim into a tie for first place in the AL West with the idle Seattle Mariners.
» April 2, 1998:
Jeromy Burnitz hits two home runs, including an 11th inning grand slam, as the Brewers hold on to beat the Braves, 8–6. It is the Brewers first win in the National League.
» August 16, 1998:
The Padres defeat the Brewers, 4–0, in the 1st game of a doubleheader behind Kevin Brown's 1–hitter. Brown fans 11 and allows only a single to OF Jeromy Burnitz. The Brewers bounce back to take the nightcap, 4–2.
» April 3, 2001: The Astros defeat the Brewers, 11-3, as Craig Biggio gets five hits for Houston. Daryle Ward, filling in for the injured Moises Alou, adds a grand slam to back Scott Elarton. Jose Hernandez and Jeromy Burnitz hit solo home runs for the Brew.
» May 10, 2001: The Brewers defeat the Cubs, 11-1, as OF Jeromy Burnitz hits three home runs and drives in six runs. Devon White adds a grand slam, while Sammy Sosa does the only Cubs damage with his 398th career home run. The Brewers, 8–0 in their new ball park, are just three games in back of Chicago in the NL Central.
» September 17, 2001:
Bud Smith follows up his no-hitter with a 2–1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. The only run in seven innings against the Cards' budding young ace is unearned. Jeromy Burnitz of the Brewers comes within one fielding chance of joining Harry "Silk Stocking" Schafer (1877), Greasy Neale (1920), Casey Stengel (1920), Bill Nicholson (1945) and Bake McBride (1978) as the only N.L. right fielders to register 11 chances in a game. The major-league record is held by Tony Armas who handled 12 chances in an A.L. game in 1982.
» September 25, 2001: The Brewers blast six home runs as they defeat the Diamondbacks, 9–4. Jeromy Burnitz and Richie Sexson each hit three homers for Milwaukee, becoming the first teammates ever to accomplish the feat in the same game. Twice they hit back-to-back home runs, the 2nd time teammates have done it this year.
» January 21, 2002: In a complicated three–team deal, the Colorado Rockies trade Alex Ochoa and two prospects to the Mets for veterans Benny Agbayani and Todd Zeile. The Rocks will pay $2 mil of Zeile's $6 million contract, while the Mets agree to pay $3.25 million of it, plus a $500,000 buyout payment on the contract. The Mets receive minor leaguers Ross Gload and Craig House from Colorado. The 3rd team in the deal, the Brewers, pay $250,000 of it. The Brewers then send slugger Jeremy Burnitz, starter Jeff D'Amico, INF Lou Collier, and two prospects to the Mets. New York ships pinchhitter/IF Lenny Harris, P Glendon Rusch, and Ochoa to Milwaukee. The Mets have now replaced half of their 2001 roster.