» April 10, 1982: The Yankees trade relief pitcher Ron Davis and minor leaguers Paul Boris and Greg Gagne to the Twins for veteran IF Roy Smalley. Gagne hit .270 and .297 the past two seasons at Greensboro.
» October 4, 1986:
At the Metrodome, the Twins Greg Gagne lines a 2nd inning inside-the-park homer off Chicago's Floyd Bannister. In his next at bat, there are two runners on when he repeats, again off Bannister, to tie the American League record. Gagne almost sets a 20th-century record with a third IPHR, but settles for a triple.
» August 29, 1990:
At Minnesota, Twins SS Greg Gagne has a homer and three steals, including home, in a 6–1 win over the White Sox. Mark Guthrie goes the distance for the win.
» October 19, 1991: The Twins defeat the Braves 5-2 in Game one of the World Series. SS Greg Gagne's 3-run home run off Charlie Leibrandt in the 5th inning helps support the strong effort of winning pitcher Jack Morris.
» June 28, 1992: Minnesota rumbles by Oakland for the 3rd straight game, 10–2, to leave the two teams tied in the American League West at 43–31. Scott Erickson wins over Kevin Campbell. Kirby Puckett and Greg Gagne homer for the Twins.
» December 8, 1992:
The Royals sign free agent P David Cone and free agent SS Greg Gagne to 3-year contracts.
» July 22, 1993:
Kansas City's Greg Gagne hits a home run off Detroit's Mark Leiter in the Royals' 12-6 victory. The home run is the 10,000th hit in the long history of Tiger Stadium, making it the 1st ballpark to reach that figure. During the game, Detroit 3B Travis Fryman draws a walk off KC P Enrique Burgos, then proceeds to circle the bases on three wild pitches by Burgos.
» June 23, 1994: Oakland P Bobby Witt narrowly misses hurling a perfect game, defeating KC on a 4-0, 1-hitter. Umpire Gary Cederstrom calls Greg Gagne safe on a close play at 1st in the 6th inning, for the Royals only hit, but TV replays show that Gagne was out. The play went 1B Troy Neel to Witt covering. Witt fans 14 and does not walk a batter in his masterpiece.
» November 30, 1995: The Dodgers sign free agent SS Greg Gagne.
» May 26, 1997: In the Cubs' 2–1 win in Pittsburgh, Chicago's Sammy Sosa and Pittsburgh's Tony Womack both hit inside-the-park homers in the sixth inning. It is the first time two inside-the-park homers are hit in the same National League game since Lou Brock and Hector Cruz of St. Louis did it against San Diego on June 18, 1976. Greg Gagne of the Twins had two for Minnesota on October 4, 1986.