» October 8, 1990: Mariano Duncan belts a 3-run home run and Reds relievers Rob Dibble, Norm Charlton, and Randy Myers combine to strike out seven batters in three 2/3 innings as Cincinnati beats Pittsburgh 6–3 in game three of the NLCS.
» April 11, 1991:
Astros SS Eric Yelding rushes the mound after Reds pitcher Rob Dibble throws a pitch behind Yelding in the Astros' 4-1 victory. Yelding will be fined $1,000 and suspended one day for his actions, while Dibble will receive a 3-game suspension.
» April 23, 1991: Rob Dibble of the Reds fans six consecutive Astros to tie the National League record for most Ks in a row by a relief pitcher. Dibble records his 2nd save of the year as the Reds defeat the Astros, 3-1.
» April 28, 1991:
After recording the final out in his save of the Reds 4-3 win over the Cubs, Cincinnati pitcher Rob Dibble takes the ball from catcher Joe Oliver and hurls it into the center field bleachers, where it strikes Meg Porter, a 27-year-old first-grade teacher. Dibble later apologizes for his tantrum, saying, "I have to mature. I have to come to grips with it." The righthander will receive a 4-game suspension for his actions.
» July 23, 1991:
During an 8-5 Chicago win, Cincinnati P Rob Dibble throws a ball at Cubs OF Doug Dascenzo as Dascenzo runs to 1B. Dibble is fined by the league office, but not suspended. Cubs OF Andre Dawson bumps umpire Joe West and will be suspended for one game and fined $1,000.
» August 6, 1991: Toronto's Tom Henke saves his 24th game in 24 opportunities breaking the record set by John Franco in 1988, and tied by Rob Dibble two years later. The Blue Jays edge the booming bats of the Tigers, 2-1, and increase their lead to five 1/2 games over Detroit. Guillermo Hernandez of Detroit saved 32 consecutive games in 1984, but blown saves were not an official stat at the time.
» August 30, 1992:
Trailing 3-1 to the Reds in the ninth, Bobby Bonilla hits a dramatic 3-run homer off Ron Dibble to give the Mets a 4-3 win.
» September 23, 1992: Cincinnati OF Bip Roberts ties an National League record with his 10th consecutive hit, in a 3–0 win over the Dodgers. He becomes the 8th player to achieve the feat. He finishes the day 1-for-4. Tim Pugh, with an inning from Rob Dibble, is the winner.