» June 27, 1991: The Indians trade P Tom Candiotti and OF Turner Ward to the Blue Jays in exchange for OF Glenallen Hill, OF Mark Whiten, P Denis Boucher, and a player to be named later.
» August 20, 1993: The Indians trade OF Glenallen Hill to the Cubs for OF Candy Maldonado.
» May 16, 1997:
Montreal spots the Giants an early 9-run lead, then stages its biggest rally in franchise history to win, 14–13. Barry Bonds and Glenallen Hill homer as the Giants take an 11-2 lead after three innings. Montreal responds with four runs in the fourth, three in the fifth and three more in the sixth for a 12-11 lead.
» June 12, 1997: In the first-ever regular-season interleague game, the visiting SF Giants defeat the Texas Rangers, 4-3, behind the pitching of Mark Gardner. SF OF Darryl Hamilton gets the 1st interleague hit, OF Stan Javier the 1st home run, and Rod Beck the 1st save. Glenallen Hill has the distinction of being the first National League DH in a regular season game.
» December 7, 1998:
The Cubs sign free agent 3B Gary Gaetti, free agent OF Glenallen Hill, and tomorrow sign free agent C Benito Santiago. Following a car crash last January where he suffered mangled ligaments in his right knee, Santiago played just 15 games in 1998 for the Blue Jays. In his last appearance at Wrigley Field, in 1996, Santiago hit three consecutive home runs.
» April 11, 1999:
The Pirates defeat the Cubs, 9–6, despite five hits by Chicago OF Glenallen Hill. Hill strokes three singles, a double and a home run, and drives home a pair of runs in the losing effort.
» September 1, 1999: Sammy Sosa hits his 56th homer, off Sterling Hitchcock, to give the Cubs a 1–0 win over San Diego. Steve Trachsel is the winner with seven shutout innings. Glenallen Hill's single is the only other Cub hit.
» May 11, 2000:
The Brewers defeat the Cubs, 14-8, in the longest 9-inning game in NL history. The four hour and 22 minute contest features 35 hits and 19 walks. Mark Loretta is 5-for-5 in the game, while Glenallen Hill hits a 490-foot home run which lands on the roof of a 3-story building across Waveland Avenue.
» July 21, 2000:
Wasting no time in his new capacity as GM, Cubs prez Andy MacPhail sends popular OF Glenallen Hill to the Yankees for minor league pitcher Ben Ford and Ozwaldo Mairena.
» March 28, 2001: The Yankees trade 36-year-old Glenallen Hill, who hit .297 with 29 homers last season, to the Angels for minor-league OF Darren Blakely. Hill, taking the place of the just-released Canseco, will go 9-for-66, spend five weeks on the DL, and get his release June 1.