» June 13, 1994:
Montreal P Jeff Fassero loses a no-hitter with two outs in the 9th inning as Pittsburgh 2B Carlos Garcia singles. SS Jay Bell follows with a home run, but the Expos hold on for a 10-2 victory.
» May 10, 1996: Montreal's Henry Rodriguez hits his 2nd homer of the game, a 3-run shot in the 8th, to send the Expos to a 5–2 win over the Astros. Starter Jeff Fassero is the winner. Following Rodriguez' home run, the game is delayed when fans in the LF bleachers shower the field with "Oh, Henry" candy bars.
» June 12, 1996:
Jeff Fassero allows five hits in eight innings as the Expos stop the Marlins, 8–0. Plate umpire Ed Rapuano is forced to leave the field on a stretcher after suffering a broken left collarbone. He was struck by a Andy Stankiewicz foul.
» October 29, 1996: The Expos trade pitchers Jeff Fassero and Alex Pacheco to the Mariners in exchange for C Chris Widger, and Ps Matt Wagner and Trey Moore.
» June 11, 1997: The Mariners Jeff Fassero stops Roger Clemens and the Blue Jays, 5–1, handing the Rocket his first loss after 11 victories. Fassero allows five hits and one run, and strikes out seven. Clemens gives up all five runs, four earned, in seven plus innings.
» July 6, 1997: At Anaheim, Chuck Finley allows four hits and strikes out 13 to lead the Angels to an 8–0 shut out over the Mariners. Dave Hollins fourth inning grand slam is the big blow, while Darin Erstad also homers, the first by a lefty off Jeff Fassero (8-5) in over three years. Tim Salmon also hits a solo homer in the third, his third in three games. Fassero left the game earlier in the 3rd inning after spraining his right ankle fielding Craig Grebeck's bunt single.
» October 4, 1997: A solid pitching performance by Jeff Fassero keeps the Mariners alive in their series with the Orioles, as Seattle wins by a score of 4-2.
» August 27, 1999:
Desperate for lefty pitching, the Rangers acquire Jeff Fassero from the Mariners for a player to be named later. Fassero, his mechanics shaky after off-season surgery, will win his first start, September 6, against Chicago.
» December 22, 1999:
The Red Sox sign free agent P Jeff Fassero to a contract.
» December 8, 2000:
The Cubs sign free agent P Jeff Fassero to a 2-year contract.
» April 6, 2001: The Phillies retire Jim Bunning's uniform number before their home opener, a 3–2 loss to the Cubs. The game is delayed an hour, 51 minutes by rain. Cubs reliever Todd Van Poppel strikes out all five batters he faces while Jeff Fassero gets his 2nd save in two nights. Previously, his last save was June 30, 1993. Julio Zuleta hits the first Cub homer of the year.
» October 3, 2002: The Cardinals take a commanding two games to none lead in their series with the Diamondbacks by eking out a 2–1 victory. J.D. Drew homers for St. Louis and Jeff Fassero gets the win in relief.
» October 5, 2002:
The Cardinals oust the defending world champion Diamondbacks by taking a 6–3 win to sweep into the NLCS. David Dellucci and Rod Barajas homer for Arizona, but it's not enough to stop St. Louis. Jeff Fassero picks up his second win of the series in relief.