» July 26, 1991: Against the Dodgers, Montreal's Mark Gardner pitches a no-hitter for nine innings before Lenny Harris beats out an infield single in the 10th. The Dodgers get two more hits, including an RBI single by Darryl Strawberry, to plate the only run of the contest. After a 2-out walk in the 1st to Eddie Murray, Gardner retires 19 in a row. The Expos manage only two hits themselves against the combined efforts of Orel Hershiser, Kevin Gross, and Jay Howell. Gardner is the 11th pitcher to lose a no-hitter after nine innings; the last being Jim Maloney, on June 14, 1965, and the first pitcher to hurl nine no-hit innings against the Dodgers since Johnny Vander Meer, in 1938.
» May 24, 1992: The Braves John Smoltz sets a franchise record by striking out 15 batters in a 2–1 win over the Expos. He walks two in beating Mark Gardner.
» August 15, 1992: Expos P Mark Gardner becomes the first NL pitcher since 1954 to hit three batters in a single inning, as he hits the Cardinals’ Ray Lankford, Andres Galarraga and Luis Alicea. The Cardinals win, 6-4.
» March 29, 1996: The Giants sign pitcher Mark Gardner, released by the Florida Marlins.
» May 25, 1996:
Mark Gardner (6–1), released by the Marlins in spring training, tosses a 3–2 win over the Phils to keep the Giants in first place in the National League West.
» June 5, 1996:
In Cincy, the Giants score in each of the first seven innings to beat up the Reds, 15–4. Matt Williams and Marvin Benard drive in four apiece to make it easy for Mark Gardner (7–1).
» April 30, 1997:
The Giants finish their best April in 24 years (17-7) by beating on the Pirates, 6–1, on Mark Gardner's 3-hit pitching. Jeff Kent's 3rd inning grand slam, off Jon Lieber, gives Gardner all the support he needs.
» June 12, 1997: In the first-ever regular-season interleague game, the visiting SF Giants defeat the Texas Rangers, 4-3, behind the pitching of Mark Gardner. SF OF Darryl Hamilton gets the 1st interleague hit, OF Stan Javier the 1st home run, and Rod Beck the 1st save. Glenallen Hill has the distinction of being the first National League DH in a regular season game.
» June 18, 1997:
The Giants win their 2nd straight against the Mariners, 4–2, behind Mark Gardner three hitter for seven 2/3 innings. Stan Javier hits his third interleague home run. Javier, who spent eight seasons in the American League, has just those three home runs this season. The two teams set a major league record by having four sons of former major leaguers in the lineups: Ken Griffey Jr., Jose Cruz Jr., Barry Bonds, and Javier.
» September 23, 1998:
The Giants (86–72) stay close with a 4–1 win over the Pirates. Joe Carter's three–run homer helps Mark Gardner (13–5) win his 5th straight. Gardner strikes out 11 in eight innings.