» April 26, 1994: Baltimore OF Brady Anderson gets four extra-base hits in his first four trips to the plate in the Orioles' 10-4 win over Oakland. Anderson's two doubles and two home runs all come while leading off an inning. Rafael Palmeiro and Chris Hoiles both homer to back Arthur Rhodes.
» May 17, 1996:
At Baltimore, the Orioles outlast the Mariners, 14–13, and outhit the M's 21 to 20. The winner is Alan Mills, despite his giving up four earned runs in one 1/3 innings. Rafael Palmeiro and Alex Rodriguez each collect six RBI, while the O's Chris Hoiles chips in with 4. The Orioles bang four homers and score seven runs in the last two innings, while the M's hit two homers and score seven runs in the last three innings. Each team strands 13 runners in the four hour, 20 minute marathon. Palmeiro strokes five hits for the Orioles. Hoiles becomes only the 4th player in history to hit a game-ending grand slam on a 3-2 pitch with two outs and his team trailing by three runs.
» August 5, 1996: The Orioles score six runs in the 8th inning to take a 13-3 lead over the Indians. After scoring one run in their half of the inning, Cleveland comes back with six of their own in the 9th, but falls three short and loses, 13-10. Chris Hoiles drives home four runs for the Orioles.
» August 15, 1996: The Orioles score 15 runs over the final three innings on the way to an 18-5 win over the Athletics. Baltimore slugs five homers, including a pair by Chris Hoiles.
» May 8, 1997:
In Baltimore, the O's stop Randy Johnson's 16-game win streak with a decisive 13–3 pasting of the Mariners. Baltimore is led by Chris Hoiles, who collects six RBIs on two homers and a double. Johnson strikes out 10 in six innings, but gives up five runs on six hits and two walks as he attempted to become the first American League pitcher since Dave McNally (1968-69) to win 17 straight.
» June 4, 1997: For the 2nd straight night, Rafael Palmeiro knocks in the winning run to beat the stumbling New Yorkers, as the Orioles whips the Yankees, 9–7. The Yanks had tied the game at seven apiece on Charlie Hayes' pinch grand slam. The O's Chris Hoiles has two RBIs and Cal Ripken, showing no effects from signing (a major-league record?) 2200 copies of his new book after last night's game, hits a homer. Ripken did not get through with the autographing until 3:01 a.m. The Orioles extend their winning streak to seven games and move nine 1/2 games ahead of the second-place Yankees in the American League East.
» August 14, 1998: Baltimore C Chris Hoiles becomes the 9th player—and 1st catcher—to hit two grand slams in a single game, doing so in a 15–3 win over the Indians. Hoiles connects in the 3rd and 8th innings.
» May 25, 1999:
In Arizona's 5–4 win over San Diego, the D'backs Damian Miller becomes only the 8th ML catcher to participate in three double plays in a 9-inning game, tying the NL record for DPs and tying the major-league record for DPs started by a catcher. The last N.L. catcher to participate in three DPs was Ebba St. Claire of the Boston Braves in 1950. Chris Hoiles was part of four double plays for the Orioles on April 9, 1998.