» April 24, 1991: Houston rookie P Darryl Kile hurls six hitless innings against Cincinnati in his 1st big league start. Manager Art Howe removes him with the no-hitter intact rather than risk an injury to his arm. The Reds finally manage a single off Curt Schilling in the 9th as Houston wins, 1-0.
» June 27, 1993: Atlanta OF Ron Gant fans four times against Houston's Darryl Kile, giving him seven consecutive strikeouts, and a record-tying 10 in his last three games. The Astros and Kile defeat the Braves, 3-0.
» September 8, 1993: Houston's Darryl Kile no-hits the Mets, winning by a score of 7-1. He fans nine and walks 1. Mets 3B Butch Huskey becomes the 3rd player in history to make his major league debut on the losing end of a no-hitter. Byron Browne and Don Young of the Cubs did so in Sandy Koufax's perfect game in 1965.
» June 2, 1996: In St. Louis, Todd Stottlemyre outpitches Houston's Darryl Kile to win, 2–0, as the Cards sweep Houston in three games. Kile (6–4) hits four Cards in the game, the first time a pitcher has done that since Moe Drabowsky on this same date in 1957.
» August 5, 1997:
In New York, Houston's Darryl Kile cops his ninth straight decision despite allowing two home runs to John Olerud. Houston hangs on to win, 11–8. Kile (16-3) allows eight runs and 10 hits in seven innings.
» December 4, 1997: The Rockies sign free agent P Darryl Kile to a 3-year contract.
» April 4, 1999: In the first season opener ever played outside of the United States or Canada, the Rockies defeat the Padres, 8–2, before an overflow crowd of 27,104 in Monterrey, Mexico. OF Dante Bichette has four hits, including a home run, and four RBIs for the winners. Local hero Vinny Castilla also has four hits for the Rockies, while Darryl Kile picks up the victory.
» November 16, 1999:
The Cardinals obtain pitchers Darryl Kile, Dave Veres, and Luther Hackman from the Rockies in exchange for Ps Jose Jimenez, Manny Aybar and Rick Croushore, and IF Brent Butler.
» September 28, 2000:
The Cardinals nip the Padres, 7-6, behind Darryl Kile who becomes the 2nd NL pitcher to win 20 games this season.
» October 5, 2000:
The Cardinals defeat the Braves, 10-4, to take a 2-game-to-1 lead in their series. Will Clark hits a 3-run home run for St. Louis and Jim Edmonds ties a division-series record with three doubles. Darryl Kile gets the win for the Cards, while Tom Glavine takes the loss in his shortest outing in seven years.
» September 10, 2001: The Cardinals shut out the Brewers, 8–0, as Darryl Kile pitches six innings for the win. Mark McGwire hits his 24th homer. Jamey Wright is the loser and also fails to plunk any batters, ending his possible major-league record of hitting a batter in 10 straight games.
» June 22, 2002:
St. Louis Cardinals P Darryl Kile is found dead in his hotel room prior to Saturday's scheduled game against the Cubs. His room is locked from the inside and he is believed to have died in his sleep. The game between the Cubs and Cardinals is postponed.