» April 28, 1996:
Darrin Fletcher and David Segui belt grand slams and Montreal sets a team record for scoring by routing Colorado, 21–9. Reserve OF F.P. Santangelo knocks in five runs, to go along with Segui's six RBI, and Fletcher's 5. SS Mark Grudzielanek strokes five hits for the Expos.
» May 12, 1996:
Houston C Jerry Goff, brought up on May 8th, makes his presence felt by allowing a ML record-tying six passed balls in a 7–6 loss to Montreal. Five of the Expos' runs are unearned. Goff hits a homer in the 2nd, in his first at bat this year, but allows two passed balls in the 1st, 3rd and 4th innings. Montreal SS Mark Grudzielanek gets five singles to lead the Expos. Goff joins Harry Vickers (1902) and Geno Petralli (1987) in the record books.
» May 14, 1997: The Expos edge the Padres, 9–7, in a game in which four Expo batters are hit. San Diego starter Tim Worrell is ejected in the 2nd by plate umpire Charlie Reliford for hitting Expos starter Jeff Juden in the back, and Tim Scott gets his papers in the 7th after back-to-back plunks of Mark Grudzielanek and Mike Lansing.
» May 8, 1998:
The Rockies top the Expos, 7–5, despite five hits by Montreal SS Mark Grudzielanek.
» July 31, 1998:
The Expos trade P Carlos Perez, SS Mark Grudzielanek, OF Hiram Bocachica to the Dodgers in exchange for 2B Wilton Guerrero, P Ted Lilly, OF Peter Bergeron and 1B Jonathan Tucker.
» July 22, 1999:
The Rockies sweep a doubleheader from the Dodgers, winning the 1st game, 4-1, and the 2nd, 12-11. In the nightcap, Dodger SS Mark Grudzielanek collects five hits and scores four runs.
» September 14, 1999: The Expos defeat the Dodgers, 3-0, behind Javier Vazquez' 1-hitter. Vazquez allows just a leadoff single to Mark Grudzielanek in the 4th inning, and a walk to Gary Sheffield in the same frame, while fanning 10.
» December 3, 2002:
The Dodgers trade 1B Eric Karros, 2B Mark Grudzielanek and cash to the Cubs. In return, they get C Todd Hundley and OF Chad Hermansen.