» May 4, 1995: The Mets defeat the Expos, 5-1, in 10 innings on Todd Hundley's pinch-hit grand slam. Hundley becomes only the 11th player in history to hit a pinch-hitter grand slam in extra innings.
» May 1, 1996:
The Mets and Expos swap shutouts, with Pedro Martinez topping New York in the opener, 4–0, and Jason Isringhausen allowing four hits in winning the nightcap, 6–0. Martinez, 8–0 against the Mets, allows just two singles, both in the 7th inning. Henry Rodriguez, who hits a 3-run homer after apparently peeking at Mets C Todd Hundley glove, says, "I've got 10 homers, I don't need to look back."
» May 18, 1996: Mets' backstop Todd Hundley drives in seven runs and Mark Clark wins, 14–5, over the Giants. SS Rey Ordonez gets four hits and almost makes four throwing errors—he's charged with 2—but Rico Brogna at first retrieves two for outs. Clark's win is his 2nd complete game: no other Met has gone the distance.
» June 10, 1996: The Mets defeat the Braves, 8-3, despite five hits for Atlanta SS Jeff Blauser. Todd Hundley strokes two homers in going 4-for-4 with five RBIs for NY. The Braves continue to maintain their five 1/2 game lead over Montreal in the National League East.
» September 14, 1996:
Mets' C Todd Hundley hits his 41st home run of the season to set a new major league mark for catchers. The Mets defeat Atlanta, 6-5, in 12 innings. Johnny Bench hit 45 in 1970, but only 38 while behind the plate. Hundley also owns the Mets home run record, previously held by Darryl Strawberry with 39.
» June 29, 1997:
John Olerud hits two homers and Butch Huskey, Matt Franco and Todd Hundley also homer during a nine-run Mets' comeback over the last three innings as they edge the Pirates, 10–8. For Franco, his home run is his 6th straight successful pinch-hit. Kevin Young is 4-for-5, including a homer, for the Bucs. John Franco picks up his 19th save, and the 342nd of his career, putting him in 4th place on the all-time save list.
» December 1, 1998: The Mets trade C Todd Hundley and minor league P Arnold Gooch to the Dodgers for C Charles Johnson and OF Roger Cedeno. They then swap Johnson to the Orioles for P Armando Benitez.
» June 26, 1999:
In San Francisco, Todd Hundley has a pair of homers, including a 9th inning 3-run HR off Robb Nen, to lift the Dodgers to a 7–6 win over the Giants. Hundley’s HR in the 9th offsets a 3-run HR by Ellis Burks in the 8th. 1B J.T. Snow nabs pitcher Carlos Perez with a hidden ball trick, the last successful hidden ball trick this century, according to historian Bill Deane.
» May 5, 2001: Leading the Dodgers, 4-1, the Cubs score eight runs in the 7th and eight more in the 8th to defeat LA, 20-1. Sammy Sosa, Todd Hundley, and Julio Zuleta homer for Chicago, with Zuleta's 3-run pinch capping the scoring in the 7th. Chicago scores eight in the 8th on five hits before LA third baseman Chris Donnels takes the mound and gets the final out. It was the 15th time since 1900 that the Cubbies have scored 20 runs in a game and the 11th time they've done it at "The Friendly Confines." The Cubs last scored 20 runs at Wrigley on June 3, 1987.
» September 29, 2001:
Fred McGriff, Rondell White, and Todd Hundley hit home runs on consecutive pitches off Dave Mlicki in the 1st inning and the Cubs roll to a 6–2 win over the Astros.
» December 3, 2002:
The Dodgers trade 1B Eric Karros, 2B Mark Grudzielanek and cash to the Cubs. In return, they get C Todd Hundley and OF Chad Hermansen.