» October 13, 1985: The Royals stave off elimination behind Danny Jackson's 8-hit shutout 2-0 over the Blue Jays.
» October 24, 1985: The Royals get a 2nd 9-inning effort, this time from Danny Jackson, to win again 6–1. Cards rookie reliever Todd Worrell strikes out all six batters he faces.
» September 5, 1987: Carlton Fisk clubs his 300th career home run off Danny Jackson, but the White Sox lose to the Royals 4–2.
» November 6, 1987: The Royals trade pitcher Danny Jackson and SS Angel Salazar to the Reds for pitcher Ted Power and SS Kurt Stillwell.
» September 4, 1988: Cincinnati's Danny Jackson becomes the National League's first 20-game winner by shutting out the Cubs on six hits as the Reds romp 17–0. Calvin Schiraldi is the loser.
» October 12, 1990: Danny Jackson, Norm Charlton, and Randy Myers combine on a one-hitter, as Cincinnati beats the Pirates 2–1 to win the NLCS in six games.
» November 21, 1990: Veteran P Mike Boddicker (17-8 with Boston) signs as a free agent with the Royals, while Danny Jackson signs with the Cubs. Tom Browning re-signs with the Reds.
» June 12, 1991: Atlanta's Steve Avery defeats the Mets by a score of 6-1. By going 4-for-4 at the plate, Avery becomes the 1st pitcher to stroke four hits in a game since Cincinnati's Danny Jackson did so in 1988.
» July 10, 1992: The Pirates trade 3B Steve Buechele to the Cubs in exchange for P Danny Jackson. The swap opens up the Bucs 3B spot for Jeff King.
» August 24, 1993:
The Phils Danny Jackson beats the Rockies for his 10th win of the year. The Phils have five starters in double figures for the first time since 1932.
» October 10, 1993: The Phillies even the NLCS as Danny Jackson is victorious in a 2-1 pitcher's duel with John Smoltz. Jackson also drives in the winning run with a 4th inning single.
» August 6, 1994:
Cards lefty Danny Jackson severely sprain his right ankle while running the bases, and will be out the rest of the year. The ligament will not respond to treatment and Jackson will miss the opening of the 1995 season. Jackson underwent thyroid-cancer surgery after the 1993 season and did not react well to the medication. He started the season by losing nine straight and is at 2–12 now.
» December 12, 1994: The Cardinals sign free agent pitchers Danny Jackson and Tom Henke.
» June 2, 1997:
In St. Louis, Andres Galarraga poles his fifth home run in seven games and knocks in four runs as Colorado beats the Cards, 11–7. Galarraga's opposite-field, three-run blast in the fifth is taped at 426 feet and gives the Rockies a 6-0 lead. Cardinals starter Danny Jackson (1-1) walks the first two batters before Galarraga unloads.
» June 13, 1997:
In a swap of fading former lefty All-Stars, the Padres send Fernando Valenzuela (2–8) to the Cardinals for Danny Jackson in a 6-player trade Friday night. The Padres add IF Scott Livingstone and OF Phil Plantier. San Diego receives P Rich Batchelor and OF-1B Mark Sweeney.
» June 29, 1997:
Dodger pitcher Pedro Astacio wins for the first time in 11 starts and Eric Karros knocks in four runs as Los Angeles beats the San Diego Padres, 10–4. It is LA's first win in 11 games with the Pads. Danny Jackson loses and is now 0–4 since the Padres acquired him for Fernando Valenzuela.