» August 21, 1981: In a Pioneer League game at Helena, Lethbridge's Sid Fernandez strikes out 21 Phillies batters. El Sid wins, 6–0.
» June 8, 1982: Dodgers farmhand Sid Fernandez pitches his 2nd no-hitter of the season for Vero Beach (Florida State League), beating Ft. Lauderdale 1–0, while striking out 16. El Sid earns a promotion to Triple-A Albuquerque of the Pacific Coast League. Earlier this season hefty Hawaiian hurler no-hit Winter Haven on April 24th, whiffing 16, and fanned 21 Lakeland batters on May 14th.
» October 2, 1983:
Heralded rookie Sid Fernandez makes his first and only start for the Dodgers, and walks six in three innings against the Giants. The Dodgers eventually lose, 4–3. El Sid will be traded to the Mets in December.
» December 8, 1983:
Ill-advisedly, the Dodgers send pitching prospect Sid Fernandez and SS Ross Jones to the Mets in exchange for utility players Carlos Diaz and Bob Bailor.
» August 9, 1988: The Cubs and Mets play the first official night game at Wrigley Field, a 6–4 Chicago victory. New York's Lenny Dykstra hits the first night home run, supplanting Phil Bradley, whose leadoff home run last night was washed out. Reliever Frank DiPino is the winner over Mets' starter Sid Fernandez.
» June 25, 1989: In a first in the National League, the Mets' defense does not record a single assist in a 5–1 win over Philadelphia, tying the major-league record set by the Yanks in July 4, 1945. New York pitchers retire the Phillies on 13 strikeouts, 12 fly outs, and two ground balls to 1B. Sid Fernandez is the winner, with Rick Aguilera tossing an inning of relief.
» July 14, 1989: The Mets Sid Fernandez strikes out 16 Braves, but the portly Polynesian portsider still loses 3-2 on Lonnie Smith's leadoff home run in the bottom of the ninth.
» August 1, 1989: Behind the pitching of Sid Fernandez, the Mets blank the Cardinals, 11–0. Kevin McReynolds paces the offense by hitting for the cycle.
» November 22, 1993: The Orioles sign free agent P Sid Fernandez to a 3-year contract.
» December 2, 1996:
The Astros sign free agent P Sid Fernandez.