» October 10, 1984: Reliever Andy Hawkins allows just one hit in five 1/3 innings to give San Diego a 5–3 win in game 2.
» May 30, 1985: San Diego's Andy Hawkins runs his record to 10-0 with a 5–4 win over the Expos. He is the major leagues' first 10-game winner this season. Carmelo Martinez raps a 3-run homer in the 4th and a solo homer in the 6th for the Pads.
» June 19, 1985: The Dodgers score four runs in the 7th inning to beat the Padres 5–1 and hand Andy Hawkins (11-1) his first loss of the season.
» September 28, 1988: In his last start of the regular season, Orel Hershiser pitches 10 shutout innings to extend his consecutive-scoreless-inning streak to 59, breaking Dodger Don Drysdale's major-league record by one. San Diego's Andy Hawkins also pitches 10 shutout innings and the Padres eventually win 2–1 on Mark Parent's home run in the bottom of the 16th.
» December 8, 1988: Pitcher Bruce Hurst, considered the cream of this year's free-agent crop, signs a 3-year contract with the Padres. The Yankees sign free-agent pitcher Andy Hawkins, and the Expos trade P John Dopson and SS Luis Rivera to Boston for SS Spike Owen, and OF Tracy Jones to San Francisco for OF-1B Mike Aldrete.
» July 1, 1990: Yankees Andy Hawkins throws the season's 6th no-hitter, but still loses 4–0 to the White Sox. With two out in the bottom of the 8th, New York's Mike Blowers misplays Sosa's routine grounder for an error, and Hawkins walks two to load the bases. Outfielders Jim Leyritz and Jesse Barfield drop back-to-back fly balls to allow all four runs to score. Barfield loses Ivan Calderon's fly ball in the sun and the ball bounces off his mitt. Ken Johnson in 1964 was the last pitcher to lose a no-hitter.
» July 6, 1990: In his first start since losing a no-hitter, Andy Hawkins pitches 11 2/3 innings of shutout ball only to lose in the 12th 2–0 to the Twins. Hawkins is now 1-6.
» July 17, 1990:
At Yankee Stadium, Mel Stottlemyre, Jr. makes his ML debut, pitching an inning of relief inning against the Bronx Bombers. He gives up three runs, but the Royals unload on Andy Hawkins (1–8) to win 10–7.
» September 1, 1990: The 3rd inside-the-park grand slam of the season is hit by Boston's Mike Greenwell off Greg Cadaret, as the Red Sox beat New York 15–1. Greenwell's grounder eludes Jesse Barfield in the RF corner: Barfield's shoetop miss on August 14 gave Polonia his slam. The last season with three inside-the-park slams? 1947. Greenwell's only other inside-the-park slam was also off Cadaret. Boston jumps on Yankee starter Andy Hawkins who lasted 1/3 of an inning. Hawkins has now pitched a total of one inning in three starts at Fenway Park and given up 18 runs (ERA 162.00).