» August 5, 1995: The Dodgers beat the Giants, 3-0, behind the 1-hit pitching of Hideo Nomo. Royce Clayton's single is the only SF hit, as LA keeps pace with division-leading Colorado, three 1/2 games behind the Rockies in the National League West.
» December 14, 1995:
The Cardinals trade pitchers Allan Watson, Rich DeLucia and Doug Creek to the Giants in exchange for SS Royce Clayton.
» September 22, 1996:
Cincinnati SS Barry Larkin hits his 30th home run of the year in the Reds' 6–3 win over the Cardinals in the opening game of a twin bill. He thus becomes the 1st SS to join the exclusive 30-30 club. Mets 3B Howard Johnson is the only other IF to perform the feat. In the nightcap of the twin bill, Reds P John Smiley holds the Cardinals to a single hit—a Royce Clayton single—in shutting St. Louis out by a count of 6–0.
» June 3, 1997: In St. Louis, John Mabry drives in six runs and Ron Gant has four RBIs to lead the Cardinals to a 15–4 win over the Colorado Rockies. SS Royce Clayton is 5-for-6 as St. Louis collects 21 hits. The Cardinals hit three homers in a 7-run 5th off Jerry Dipoto.
» June 8, 1997: Tom Lampkin, Royce Clayton and Delino DeShields homer as the visiting Cardinals whip Los Angeles, 9–3. For the second time in four days, a Dodger starting pitcher mixes it up with manager Bill Russell in the dugout. Starter Pedro Astacio, starts the discussion on the mound with Russell in the 4th inning and then, after the 3rd out, sprints to the dugout and slams his glove against the bench before resuming the argument. On Thursday night, Ismael Valdes argued with Russell after being lifted for a pinch-hitter.
» July 31, 1998:
The Rangers trade P Darren Oliver and 3B Fernando Tatis to the Cardinals in exchange for P Todd Stottlemyre and SS Royce Clayton. The Rangers get 3B Todd Zeile from the Marlins in exchange for 3B Jose Santo and P Daniel De Young. Tatis will hit .287 with 11 homers this year in St. Louis, but Zeile will help by reaching base 11 straight times during a critical three game stretch in September.
» September 18, 1999:
The Rangers defeat the Devil Rays, 6-1. Tampa Bay P Jim Morris makes his ML debut by fanning Royce Clayton in the 8th inning. At 36, he becomes the oldest rookie pitcher since Diomedes Olivo (age 40) with Pittsburgh in 1960. Morris was a high school baseball coach and science teacher just four months ago when he tried out at the urging of his team.
» December 14, 2000: The White Sox obtain SS Royce Clayton from the Rangers in exchange for pitchers Aaron Myette and Brian Schmack. Clayton became expendable with the signing of A-Rod.
» April 16, 2002:
The White Sox score nine runs off Chuck Finley in the 2nd inning and go on to defeat the Indians, 10–5, ending Cleveland's 10–game winning streak. Magglio Ordonez has a grand slam in the 2nd, and Royce Clayton adds a 2–run home run. Damaso Marte picks up his first ML win in relief.
» December 11, 2002: The Brewers sign free agent SS Royce Clayton to a contract.