|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» April 9, 2000: The Twins defeat the Royals, 13-7. In the process, they become the 1st teams in history to each hit back-to-back-to-back home runs in the same game. Ron Coomer, Jacque Jones, and Matt LeCroy hit consecutive blasts for Minnesota in the 6th inning, followed by three in a row by Carlos Beltran, Jermaine Dye, and Mike Sweeney of Kansas City an inning later.
» April 21, 2000: The Twins defeat the Rangers, 10-5, as Ron Coomer slugs two home runs and drives home seven runs for Minnesota.
» August 1, 2000:
The Orioles defeat the Twins, 10-0, as Mike Mussina hurls the 3rd 1-hitter of his career, while striking out 15 batters. Ron Coomer's single with two outs in the 7th inning is Minnesota's only hit.
» January 10, 2001: The Phillies sign free agent OF Brian Hunter to a contract, while the Cubs ink free agent INF Ron Coomer to a contract. Coomer will go on the DL April 4 with a knee injury, opening the door for Julio Zuleta.