» July 27, 2000:
The Red Sox obtain pitchers Rolando Arrojo and Rick Croushore, IF Mike Lansing, and cash from the Rockies for pitchers Brian Rose, John Wasdin, and Jeff Taglienti, and 2B Jeff Frye.
» December 11, 2000:
The Blue Jays sign free agent 2B Jeff Frye to a contract.
» August 3, 2001:
The Blue Jays defeat the Orioles, 10–1, despite an infestation of aphids in the 3rd inning. Although the game is not delayed, home plate ump Tim Welke asks that the roof of the SkyDome be closed. Toronto's Jeff Frye wears a dust mask in the dugout.
» August 17, 2001:
Toronto beats Texas, 11–3, as Jeff Frye becomes the 2nd Blue Jay ever to hit for the cycle. Frye's final hit of the evening is a liner to deep right-center that, in other circumstances, might have gone for a double. But with his team safely in the lead, Frye stops at first to record a single and give himself a cycle. After the game, Frye finds a bicycle leaning against his locker, the traditional reward for the feat. Kelly Gruber is the only other Toronto player to accomplish the feat.