» August 30, 1997:
Behind Alex Fernandez, the Marlins solidify their hold on the NL wild card position (79–55) with a 4-1 victory over the Blue Jays. OF Shawn Green has all three of Toronto's hits.
» August 19, 1998: Toronto downs Seattle by a score of 16–2. The Blue Jays hit seven homers in the contest, including two each by Shawn Green and Carlos Delgado.
» July 4, 1999:
The Blue Jays defeat the Devil Rays, 6-3, despite Jose Canseco's 30th home run of the season. Canseco becomes the first player in history to reach the 30 mark with four different teams, having previously done so with Oakland, Texas, and Toronto. Pat Hentgen wins his 100th career game and Shawn Green reaches the 100-HR mark with a pair of homers.
» November 8, 1999:
The Dodgers trade disgruntled OF Raul Mondesi and P Pedro Borbon to the Blue Jays for All-star OF Shawn Green and IF Jorge Nunez. Green said he wanted to play in a metropolitan city with a large Jewish population, but apparently the California native didn't include Toronto in that.
» August 8, 2000: The Dodgers defeat the Cubs, 7-5, hitting four home runs (Kevin Elster, Darren Dreifort, Gary Sheffield, and Shawn Green) in the 4th inning off Chicago P Phil Norton, making his ML debut. Pitcher Darren Dreifort hits two homers in the contest for LA, becoming the first pitcher to do so since 1990. Norton also sets a record becoming the first Cub pitcher in the team's 124-year history to surrender four homers in an inning.
» July 24, 2001:
The Brewers lose their 11th in a row as the Dodgers whip them, 7–2. Shawn Green and Gary Sheffield homer in the 6-run 5th inning.
» August 15, 2001:
OF Shawn Green hits three home runs and drives home seven runs to pace the Dodgers to a 13–1 victory over the Expos.
» September 7, 2001: The Dodgers beat the Cardinals, 7–1, as OF Shawn Green homers twice to set a Dodgers franchise record with 45.
» May 22, 2002:
Behind Shawn Green's RBI triple, the Dodgers beat the Brewers, 1–0. Green also throws out Jenkins at home to complete a DP. Hideo Nomo pitches six innings to earn the win.
» May 23, 2002: At Miller Park, Dodger OF Shawn Green becomes the second player this year to hit four home runs in a game, doing so in LA's 16–3 shellacking of the Brewers. Green goes 6–6 in the contest, scores six runs (both Dodgers records), drives home seven runs, and sets a major league record with 19 total bases. This breaks Joe Adcock's former mark of 18 set in 1954. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, six players have produced 17 or more total bases in a game with the last being Mike Schmidt in 1976. Green is the first player to collect six hits while hitting four homers, and his four homers plus a double ties the National League mark for extra base hits. The Dodgers hit eight homers in the game, another franchise record. Before today's power display, Green had gone 0-for-15, and been benched May 18.
» May 24, 2002: The Dodgers lose to the Diamondbacks, 14–3, despite Shawn Green's 5th home run in two games, tying a ML record. Green also hits two singles to tie another mark with 25 total bases in the two games.
» May 25, 2002:
The Dodgers top Arizona, 10–5, as Shawn Green hits two more home runs and drives home six runs. The seven home runs in three games is a new ML record.
» May 27, 2002: The Dodgers best the Brewers, 5–3, with the help of Shawn Green's 10th home run in seven days.