» June 6, 1993: Baltimore's Cal Ripken strains his right knee during a 7th inning brawl between the Orioles and Mariners, putting his consecutive game streak in jeopardy. He remains in the game, however, though later he says, "it was the closest I've come to not playing." eight players are suspended for their involvement in the melee which begins when Seattle C Bill Haselman charges the mound. The Orioles eventually win the game by a score of 5-2.
» June 11, 1993: Seattle P Erik Hanson allows four runs on a single in the 4th inning of the Mariners' 8-2 loss to California. With the bases loaded, Greg Myers strokes a single to left. Left fielder Henry Cotto boots the ball, then throws over the head of C Bill Haselman as two runs score. Hanson, who is backing up home, fires a throw over 3B Edgar Martinez's head allowing two more runners to score.
» May 20, 1996:
The Red Sox pound the A's again, racking up seven runs in the 3rd to win 16–4. As in yesterday's 12–2 win, Mo Vaughn and Jose Canseco homer: Mo's homer is his 9th in his last 12 games and ties him for the American League lead with 17. Bill Haselman adds four hits, including a homer.
» June 28, 1997: For the 2nd time in three days, a Tiger steals four bases with Boston C Scott Hatteberg behind the plate. This time it is Damion Easley doing the stealing in Detroit's 9–2 victory. Tomorrow, Hatteberg will start on the bench, but will come in when Bill Haselman breaks his finger.
» November 6, 1997:
The Red Sox trade Ps Aaron Sele and Mark Brandenburg and C Bill Haselman to the Rangers in exchange for C Jim Leyritz and OF Damon Buford.
» December 14, 1998:
Tigers sign free agent C Bill Haselman to a 2-year contract.
» November 2, 1999: The Rangers trade OF Juan Gonzalez, P Danny Patterson and C Gregg Zaun to the Tigers in exchange for pitchers Justin Thompson, Alan Webb and Francisco Cordero, OF Gabe Kapler, C Bill Haselman, and IF Frank Catalanotto.