» August 14, 1991:
Atlanta's Tom Glavine (18–3) leaves after seven innings and Randy St. Claire and Mike Stanton mop up a 15–0 whitewash over Pittsburgh. Lonnie Smith has five hits and Brian Hunter and Otis Nixon four apiece for the Braves. St. Claire, in his 2nd year with Atlanta, along with his father Ebba, is the first father-son pair to play for the Braves.
» August 14, 1992: Atlanta OF Lonnie Smith gets five hits, and drives home six runs, in the Braves’ 15-0 whitewashing of the Pirates. Brian Hunter and Otis Nixon each have four hits. Tommy Glavine coasts to his 18th win and his league leading fifth shutout. Starter Zane Smith allows four runs in a third of an inning to lose.
» August 19, 1992:
Tommy Glavine (19-3) wins his 13th in a row, stopping the Expos, 4-2. Mike Stanton gets the last two outs. Jeff Blauser's 2-run homer of starter Chris Nabholtz is the big blow.
» August 25, 1992:
The Expos score 5 runs-3 earned-off Tommy Glavine in 4 2/3 inning and win 6-0, stopping Glavine's win streak at 13 games. Chris Nabholtz, who lost his last outing to Glavine, goes 7 1/3 inning for the win. Glavine will start another wining streak of 13 games-all against the Expos-and will not lose again to Montreal until June 27, 2000.
» September 30, 1992:
Greg Maddux blanks the Pirates, 6–0, to become the Cubs first 20–game winner in 15 years. He will tie Tom Glavine for the National League lead in wins.
» October 17, 1992: C Damon Berryhill hits a 3-run home run in the 6th inning to give the Braves a 3–1 victory in Game one of the World Series. The pitching matchup of Tom Glavine and Jack Morris is the 1st time that a pair of 20–game winners starts the opening game of a World Series since 1969. Glavine goes all the way for the win, while Joe Carter homers for the only Toronto run.
» June 15, 1993:
The Braves defeat the Mets, 2-1, as Tom Glavine goes the distance in hurling a 6-hitter. Glavine throws only 79 pitches, becoming only the 4th pitcher since 1987 to throw fewer than 80 in a complete game victory.
» October 9, 1993: The Braves go up a game in the NLCS with a 9-4 victory. Philadelphia's John Kruk hits the game's only home run and triple, but Tom Glavine gets the win.
» October 22, 1995: The Braves win again, 4-3, this time on the strength of a 2-run homer by C Javy Lopez. Tom Glavine is the winning pitcher.
» October 28, 1995: In a pitcher’s duel, the Braves win Game 6 of the Series, 1-0, on a combined 1-hitter by Tom Glavine and Mark Wohlers. David Justice’s 6th-inning homer accounts for the game’s only run. In winning, the Braves become the 1st team to win World Championships representing three different cities-Boston, Milwaukee, and Atlanta. C Tony Pena’s leadoff single in the 6th is Cleveland’s only hit.
» June 13, 1996: Roger Cedeno hits his first ML homer to lead the Dodgers to a 6–3 win over Tom Glavine and the Braves.
» October 5, 1996:
The Braves top LA, 5-2, and sweep their Division Series with the Dodgers. Tom Glavine gets the win, while Chipper Jones homers for the victors.
» October 17, 1996: The Braves complete their comeback, winning their 3rd in a row, 15-0, to defeat the Cardinals and win the National League pennant. Homers by Fred McGriff, Javy Lopez, and Andruw Jones support the shutout pitching of Tom Glavine.
» April 18, 1997: The Braves shut out the Rockies, 14-0, behind Tom Glavine. Kenny Lofton gets five hits for Atlanta, including a home run, and scores 4.
» May 8, 1998:
A bit behind McGwire is Andres Galarraga, who clubs his 300th home run in the Braves 3–2 loss to the Padres. Tony Gwynn homers off Tom Glavine.
» August 13, 1998:
Tom Glavine (16-4) shuts out the Padres, 5–0, on two hits and beats Mark Langston. Langston strikes out eight batters to push his career Ks to 2,419, and move into 24th place on the career K list.
» September 17, 1998:
Denny Neagle pitches six shut out innings as the Braves win, 1–0, over Arizona. Neagle wins his 15th and joins ohn Smoltz, Greg Maddux, and Tom Glavine, all of whom have reached that level. The last team to have five 15-game winners was the 1930 Washington Senators.
» September 19, 1998:
Braves lefty Tom Glavine wins his 20th, shutting out Arizona, 5–0. The victory gives the Braves their 2nd straight season of 100 wins, the first team in two decades to accomplish that. The Phils of 1976-77 posted identical 101–61 marks.
» October 14, 1998: The Padres finish off the Braves, as again Sterling Hitchcock and four relief pitchers do the job, limiting Atlanta to just two hits in a 5–0 win. Tom Glavine takes the loss for the Braves.
» May 24, 1999:
The Brewers light up Tom Glavine for nine runs, the first time in his career the Atlanta ace has allowed that many. Milwaukee wins, 10–9.
» July 1, 1999:
Tom Glavine wins his 13th straight game over the Expos, 4–1, a streak that stretches back to 1994. He takes no chances with the Braves bullpen, which had blown two leads in the last two games, pitching a complete game. Curiously, before his winning streak, Glavine was 3–13 against the Expos.
» October 15, 1999: Behind the pitching of Tom Glavine, the Braves defeat the Mets, 1-0 for their 3rd win in a row. Atlanta scores an unearned run in the 1st inning with the help of two NY errors. It is the 1st time all year the Mets make two errors in the same inning. With Gerald Williams on 2nd & Bret Boone on 1st, with one out, the Braves pulled off a double steal. Williams scores when Mets C Mike Piazza fires the ball into center field trying to throw out Boone.
» July 30, 2000: The Braves defeat the Astros, 6-3, as Tom Glavine wins his 200th career game.
» September 25, 2000:
The Braves defeat the Expos, 6-0, as Tom Glavine becomes the NL's 1st 20-game winner. Glavine's 20th career shutout gives his 20 victories in a season for the 5th time in his career.
» October 5, 2000:
The Cardinals defeat the Braves, 10-4, to take a 2-game-to-1 lead in their series. Will Clark hits a 3-run home run for St. Louis and Jim Edmonds ties a division-series record with three doubles. Darryl Kile gets the win for the Cards, while Tom Glavine takes the loss in his shortest outing in seven years.
» October 10, 2001: The Braves take a 2-games-to-0 lead in their series with the Astros behind Tom Glavine's 1-0 victory. SS Julio Lugo's throwing error aided the winning run, which crossed the plate on a double play.
» October 17, 2001:
Braves P Tom Glavine stops Arizona, 8-1, to even Atlanta's series with the Diamondbacks at one game apiece. Marcus Giles, Javy Lopez, and B.J. Surhoff all homer for the Braves.
» June 16, 2002:
The Red Sox, behind Derek Lowe, defeat the Atlanta Braves, 6–1. Lowe strikes out 10 to pin the loss on Tom Glavine. For the Braves, it is one of their few losses to American League foes; they will go 15–3 in inter-league games this year.
» October 2, 2002:
The Giants shock the Braves by pounding Tom Glavine for six runs in five innings on their way to an 8–5 win in the 1st game of their division series. Gary Sheffield and Javy Lopez homer in the 8th to make the game close, but Robb Nen comes in to save the game for starter Russ Ortiz.
» October 6, 2002:
The Giants even their division series at two games apiece by defeating the Braves, 8–3. Livan Hernandez gets the win while Tom Glavine takes his second loss in the series. Rich Aurilia homers for SF.