» June 29, 1993: The Expos defeat the Pirates, 9–2, as Moises Alou, Marquis Grissom, and Larry Walker hit consecutive home runs in the 7th inning.
» April 6, 1995:
The Braves obtain OF Marquis Grissom from the Expos in exchange for outfielders Roberto Kelly and Tony Tarasco.
» August 5, 1995:
Atlanta's newly acquired OF Marquis Grissom gets five singles to lead the Braves to a 9-6 triumph over the Expos, increasing their lead over 2nd-place Philadelphia to one 1/2 games in the NL East.
» October 4, 1995:
The Braves defeat the Rockies for the 2nd straight day, 7-4, in a game featuring HRs by Larry Walker of Colorado and Marquis Grissom of Atlanta.
» August 15, 1996:
The 1st-place Braves top Curt Schilling and the Phils, 85. Terrel Wade wins his 4th against no losses and collects his 1st ML hit. Marquis Grissom extends his hit streak to 20 games with a single and double.
» August 25, 1996:
The Cubs defeat the Braves, 3–2, stopping Marquis Grissom's hitting streak at 28 games.
» September 3, 1996: Marquis Grissom opens the game with a leadoff home run off the Reds Dave Burba, but its the only Braves hit in the Reds 5–1 win. The 1st-place Braves have now lost four straight.
» March 25, 1997: In a trade reflecting current baseball economics, the Braves send RF David Justice and CF Marquis Grissom to the Indians for CF Kenny Lofton and reliever Alan Embree. The swap of the two Gold Glove center fielders and the veteran Justice reduces the Braves' payroll by an estimated 6.8 million dollars. Both players have several years left on their contracts, while Lofton, considered the best leadoff hitter in baseball, is in the last year of his.
» June 28, 1997:
Yankees' P David Wells starts the game against Cleveland wearing Babe Ruth's autographed cap from the 1934 season. Manager Joe Torre makes him take it off after the 1st inning since it doesn't conform to the team's current uniform. Without the cap, Wells blows a 3-0 lead as the Indians go on to a 12-8 victory. The Indians mount a 19-hit attack, as CF Marquis Grissom accounts for five of the hits, while 3B Matt Williams gets four hits, including a pair of homers, and drives home six runs.
» July 15, 1997: Despite a sluggish performance, Hideki Irabu wins his second major league start, leading the Yankees over Cleveland, 12-6. Irabu gives up five runs and nine hits in five innings, allowing homers to Tony Fernandez, Marquis Grissom, and Matt Williams. Cecil Fielder, the Yank's 270-pound DH, tries to score from first on a double and his head first slide results in a broken right thumb. Fielder will miss eight weeks.
» August 27, 1997: Indian teammates honor Jim Thome by wearing their socks high, a fashion statement they'll continue into the World Series. But today they might've shaved their heads instead as Matt Williams drives in a major-league record tying six runs in a 10-run 4th as the Indians beat California, 10–4. Williams has a 3-run double and a 3-run home run. In between his hits, Marquis Grissom clouts a grand slam. Williams six ribbies in an inning is a club record. The last batter to knock in six in a frame was Matt Stairs, on July 5, 1996.
» October 9, 1997: Cleveland OF Marquis Grissom hits a 3-run homer in the 8th inning to give the Indians a 5-4 victory over Baltimore, evening their series at one game apiece. Manny Ramirez also homers for the Tribe while Cal Ripken connects for a 4-bagger for the O's.
» October 11, 1997: The Orioles waste a masterful pitching performance from Mike Mussina, as Cleveland scores a run in the bottom of the 12th inning when Marquis Grissom steals home on a botched bunt attempt. Baltimore C Lenny Webster fails to chase after the ball, which he is sure was tipped by batter Omar Vizquel. Mussina gives up only three hits and one run in seven innings, while striking out 15 Indians. Orel Hershiser holds Baltimore scoreless through seven innings, allowing only four hits himself, as the Indians win, 2-1.
» October 19, 1997: The Indians bounce back with a 6-1 victory in Game two of the Series. Chad Ogea gets the win and Sandy Alomar connects for a home run. Marquis Grissom has three hits for Cleveland.
» December 8, 1997:
The Indians sign free agent OF Kenny Lofton to a 3-year contract, and free agent P Dwight Gooden to a 2-year pact. They also trade OF Marquis Grissom and P Jeff Juden to the Brewers in exchange for Ps Ben McDonald, Ron Villone, and Mike Fetters. Fetters is then sent to the Athletics in exchange for P Steve Karsay.
» April 23, 1998: Brewers' OF Marquis Grissom hits his 103rd career homer in Milwaukee's 2–1 win over the Dodgers. He surpasses Lou Piniella's old record for most homers without a multiple–HR game. Grissom eventually reaches 109 career home run before hitting a pair on September 26.
» February 26, 2001: The Dodgers obtain OF Marquis Grissom from the Brewers for OF Devon White.