» August 14, 1996:
The Braves bring up Andruw Jones. He is believed to be the first player since Phils pitcher Pat Combs in 1989 to start a season in A ball, play in AA, triple A, and the majors in the same season.
» October 17, 1996: The Braves complete their comeback, winning their 3rd in a row, 15-0, to defeat the Cardinals and win the National League pennant. Homers by Fred McGriff, Javy Lopez, and Andruw Jones support the shutout pitching of Tom Glavine.
» October 20, 1996: The Braves continue to pound the ball, as they defeat the Yankees, 12-1, in the World Series opener. Andruw Jones' home run in the 2nd inning puts him in the record books as the youngest player to homer in a Series game. He hits another 4-bagger in the 3rd inning, as John Smoltz gains the win.
» May 16, 1997:
Michael Tucker's 2-out double in the 9th breaks up Alan Benes' no-hitter. Benes, unfortunately, is matched against Greg Maddux, who holds the Cards scoreless for eight innings. The Braves finally push across a run in the 13th on Andruw Jones' infield dribbler to beat Cardinals reliever John Frascatore, 1–0. The teams combine for 33 strikeouts, three shy of matching the National League record for an extra-inning game set by the Giants and Mets in 23-innings in 1964.
» June 13, 1998: Atlanta's Javy Lopez and Andruw Jones become the 19th teammates in history to hit back–to–back home runs twice in the same game. The Braves defeat the Expos, 9–7.
» August 26, 1998:
Atlanta's Andruw Jones steals his 20th base of the season, becoming the youngest player ever to have a 20 homer, 20 steal season. Cesar Cedeno was the previous record-holder. The Braves go on win by a score of 6–2.
» September 6, 1998: Atlanta OF Andruw Jones hits his 50th career home run in a 4–0 win over the Mets. He becomes the 3rd–youngest player in history to reach that level. Only Mel Ott and Tony Conigliaro did so at a younger age. Atlanta P John Smoltz limits the Mets to just three hits, while fanning an even dozen batters en route to his 14th win.
» April 18, 1999: The Braves stroke 24 hits in pounding the Rockies, 20–5. Atlanta scores 10 runs in the 9th inning on the way to setting an Atlanta record for runs scored in a game. Andruw Jones has five hits, including a home run and triple, and drives home six runs, while Eddie Perez collects five singles. The Braves attack features at least one hit from everyone in the lineup except WP Greg Maddux.
» February 20, 2001: Braves OF Andruw Jones wins a record $8.2 million contract in salary arbitration. The previous record of $7.25 million was set last year by Yankees reliever Mariano Rivera.
» April 15, 2001:
The Braves Odalis Perez (7 IP) allows just four singles in sinking the Phillies, 3–0. Perez is making his 1st start after missing the entire 2000 season because of Tommy John surgery. Brian Jordan and Andruw Jones homer for the Braves.
» September 4, 2001:
The first-place Braves draw just 3,613 fans in Montreal as they beat the Expos, 3–2. Andruw Jones hits a leadoff homer in the 9th for the difference. The crowd is the smallest at Olympic Stadium in 17 years.
» October 20, 2001: The Diamondbacks take a 3-1 lead in their series with an 11-4 victory over Greg Maddux and the Braves. Six of Arizona's runs are unearned as a result of three Atlanta errors. Luis Gonzalez hits a 3-run homer for Arizona while Andruw Jones connects for the Braves. Brian Anderson gets the win in relief of starter Albie Lopez.
» September 25, 2002: The Braves beat the Phillies, 7–1, as OF Andruw Jones clouts three home runs and drives home four runs.