» September 16, 1992:
The Cubs blow out the Phils 14–9 to give Greg Maddux his 18th win. Maddux gives up three earned runs in six innings. Led by Andre Dawson's four hits, the first four hitters collect 11 hits and 11 ribbies for the Cubs. Dave Hollins homers for the Phils, while Dawson, Ryne Sandberg and Rick Wilkins go deep for Chicago. Mark Grace makes his an error, ending his streak of 102 errorless games at 1B; his streak began after two errors on May 18 vs. the Dodgers.
» July 28, 1993:
Darren Daulton belts a grand slam and two-run triple as the Phils pound the Cards, 14–6. Dave Hollins drives in three runs as well for the Quakers.
» October 13, 1993: The combined pitching of Tommy Greene and Mitch Williams give the
Phillies a 6-3 win over the Braves and the NL pennant. Dave Hollins hits a
2-run homer for the winners, while Mickey Morandini and Darren Daulton also
drive in 2 runs each. Curt Schilling is named the NLCS MVP despite no
victories: he gave up just 3 earned runs and struck out 19 in 16 innings.
» July 24, 1995:
The Red Sox obtain IF Dave Hollins from the Phillies for the well-traveled Mark Whiten.
» August 29, 1996:
Seattle obtains Dave Hollins from the Twins, and releases Jeff Manto, who signs with the Red Sox. Manto had been swapped on July 22 by the Red Sox.
» July 6, 1997: At Anaheim, Chuck Finley allows four hits and strikes out 13 to lead the Angels to an 8–0 shut out over the Mariners. Dave Hollins fourth inning grand slam is the big blow, while Darin Erstad also homers, the first by a lefty off Jeff Fassero (8-5) in over three years. Tim Salmon also hits a solo homer in the third, his third in three games. Fassero left the game earlier in the 3rd inning after spraining his right ankle fielding Craig Grebeck's bunt single.
» March 30, 1999:
The Blue Jays obtain 3B Dave Hollins from the Angels for IF Tomas Perez.