» May 9, 1990:
Louisville OF Bernard Gilkey sets an American Association record by collecting three hits—2 singles and a home run—in the Redbird's 16-run 3rd inning against the Nashville Sounds. 21 players collect 14 hits in the frame. The Redbirds win 18–4 after losing to the Sounds yesterday, 17–5.
» September 25, 1990:
Tough day at the office for Terry Mulholland. The Phillies P allows just two Card baserunners -- Bernard Gilkey's leadoff triple and double later -- and loses 1–0.
» August 25, 1995:
St. Louis defeats Colorado, 8-3. Both leadoff hitters—Bernard Gilkey for the Cardinals and Trenidad Hubbard for the Rockies—homer in the 1st inning, marking the 1st time this has happened in the NL since 1986. One near tragedy occurs when 6-year-old Cameron Wilson suffers a skull fracture when hit by a foul ball off the bat of Eric Young. He will be okay.
» September 25, 1995: Cubs' P Frank Castillo 1-hits the Cardinals, winning by a score of 7-0. Castillo strikes out 13, walks 2, and allows only a triple to OF Bernard Gilkey.
» January 22, 1996: The Mets trade pitchers Eric Ludwick and Erik Hiljus, and OF Yudith Ozorio, to the Cardinals in exchange for OF Bernard Gilkey.
» September 13, 1997: The Mets, down 6–0 with one strike to go in the bottom of the 9th rally to tie the Expos. Carl Everett ties the game with a grand slam. Two innings later, Bernard Gilkey hits a three-run homer to end it, 9–6. Facing Dustin Hermanson, the Mets manage just one hit through the first eight innings, and that is a blooper by Carlos Mendoza, his first ML hit. Two singles and two relievers later the Mets tie it. John Franco is the winner over Steve Kline.
» April 19, 1998:
The Mets score three runs in each of the last three innings to take a 14–0 victory over the Reds, the largest shutout in team history. Another team mark is tied when LF Bernard Gilkey scores five times.
» July 31, 1998:
In a flurry of transactions at the trading deadline, many involving free agents-to-be, the Mets trade OF Bernard Gilkey, P Nelson Figueroa and cash to the Diamondbacks in exchange for P Willie Blair, C Jorge Fabregas and a player to be named. New York then obtains IF–OF Tony Phillips from the Blue Jays for P Leoncio Estrella, and sends the Brewers P Bill Pulsipher for IF Mike Kinkade.
» July 17, 2001: Braves 1B Rico Brogna announces his retirement, effective immediately, opening a spot for Bernard Gilkey. The injury-plagued Brogna will coach high school football. Without him, the Braves win, 4–0, behind Greg Maddux's 34th career shutout. Maddux K's nine and walks none.