» November 22, 1983:
The Players' Association fires executive director Kenneth Moffett and chooses Donald Fehr as his successor.
» July 13, 1993: Players Association chief Donald Fehr says that if serious negotiations between the players and the owners don't begin soon, the players could go out on strike in September, threatening the postseason.
» June 23, 1994:
The Senate Judiciary Committee fails to approve antitrust legislation by a vote of 10-7. According to Donald Fehr, executive director of the Major League Players Association, the action leaves the players with little choice but to strike.
» October 14, 1994: Bud Selig and Donald Fehr meet with President Clinton at the White House in an effort to reach an agreement concerning the strike.
» January 5, 1995: According to players' union chief Donald Fehr, all 835 unsigned major league players are free agents since the owners unilaterally changed the uniform contract.
» June 7, 2002:
In a Northern League (Independent) game between the visiting Gary Southshore RailCats at Midway Stadium in St. Paul, Saints owner Mike Veeck gives away seat cushions that feature the likeness of MLB Commissioner Bud Selig on one side and that of Players Association Executive Director Don Fehr on the other. During the seventh-inning stretch, an informal poll shows that about 90 percent of the fans on the cushions are sitting on Bud.