» December 7, 1995: The Yankees obtain 1B Tino Martinez, P Jeff Nelson, and minor league P Jim Mecir from the Mariners in exchange for P Sterling Hitchcock and 3B Russ Davis. In a memorable day, Martinez signs a 5-year, $20.25 million contract, and his wife gives birth to their 3rd child.
» April 11, 1996: The Mariners get three homers from Dan Wilson and home runs from Russ Davis and Ken Griffey, Jr. to roll over Detroit 9–1. Randy Johnson, who has a no-hitter through six innings, is the winner.
» May 26, 1997:
At the Metrodome, Edgar Martinez and Jay Buhner both homer twice, and Joey Cora extends his hitting streak to 21 games as Seattle wins, 13–8. Martinez collects a pair of three-run homers, while Buhner's are two solo shots as the Mariners won for just the third time in 11 games. Cora leads off the game with a homer, and Russ Davis finishes with a solo homer in the ninth for Seattle. Scott Sanders is shaky but wins his first of the year for the M's.
» August 28, 1998: The Mariners clout three home runs in a 10–3 loss to the Yankees, making them the 1st team in history to reach the 200–HR mark for a season in three consecutive years. Shane Monahan, Russ Davis, and Rob Ducey each belts a solo round–tripper for Seattle.