» October 24, 1995: An 11th-inning single by Eddie Murray gives the Indians a 7-6 win in Game 3 of the WS. Jose Mesa notches the victory with 3 shutout innings of relief. Fred McGriff and Ryan Klesko homer for Atlanta.
» October 25, 1995:
The Braves take a 3-games-to-1 lead in the Series with a 5-2 win behind Steve Avery. Albert Belle, Manny Ramirez, and Ryan Klesko all homer.
» October 26, 1995: Cleveland stays alive with a 5-4 win in Game 5 of the WS. Orel Hershiser gets credit for the win, and Albert Belle, Jim Thome, Luis Polonia, and Ryan Klesko all reach the seats.
» April 14, 1996: John Smoltz loses his no-hit bid when Tony Gwynn hits a one-out fly ball in the 7th that pops out of Ryan Klesko's mitt just before he hits the fence. The hit is ruled a double. Smoltz K's 13 and allows the one hit before giving way to Mark Wohlers in the 9th as the Braves top the Padres, 40.
» July 14, 1996:
In Atlanta, Ryan Klesko belts two homers and drives in six runs to lead the Braves to a 15-10 drubbing of the Marlins. Jeff Conine has a pair of home runs for the Fish.
» October 3, 1996:
The Braves win another pitchers' duel with the Dodgers, defeating LA by a score of 3-2 on solo homers by Fred McGriff, Ryan Klesko, and Jermaine Dye.
» July 14, 1997:
Atlanta hits two grand slams in a game for the first time since May 2, 1987, using homers by Tim Spehr and Ryan Klesko to rally from a 6-0 deficit for its eighth straight victory over Philadelphia this season. The Braves win, 106.
» September 17, 1997:
Ryan Klesko has four hits including a grand slam off Bobby Jones, to pace the Braves to a 102 win over the Mets. Jones faces eight batters, walking four and retiring 0. Maddux easily wins his 19th. Klesko's slam gives the Braves 12 for the year, a new ML record. The Braves set another record as they become the first team to clinch six straight post-season appearances.
» October 8, 1997:
Ryan Klesko and Chipper Jones homer for the Braves, who even the NLCS at a game apiece by besting Florida, 7-1. Tommy Glavine earns the win for Atlanta.
» September 30, 1998: In the 1st game of their NLCS series, the Braves defeat the Cubs, 71, as Michael Tucker and Ryan Klesko homer to back John Smoltz's pitching.
» October 16, 1999: The Mets trip the Braves, 3-2, to stay alive in the NLCS. John Olerud drives home all three NY runs with a solo home run in the 6th inning, and a 2-run single off John Rocker in the 8th. Brian Jordan and Ryan Klesko hit back-to-back homers in the 8th for the Braves' two runs. P Rick Reed shuts out Atlanta over the first seven innings on a single hit.
» December 22, 1999: The Braves obtain 2B Quilvio Veras, 1B Wally Joyner, and OF Reggie Sanders from the Padres in exchange for 1B Ryan Klesko, 2B Bret Boone, and P Jason Shiell.
» May 17, 2001: Desi Relaford of the New York Mets became the third position player this year to take the mound as he pitches the ninth inning of a 15-3 blowout by the San Diego Padres. Relaford displays a 91-mph fastball as he fires a perfect inning. Starter Steve Trachsel takes the loss and sets a club record by serving up four homers (to Alex Arias, Rickey Henderson, Ryan Klesko, and Bubba Trammell) in the 3rd inning. The Pads set a team record with 11 extra base hits.
» August 29, 2001: The Cardinals down the Padres, 1614, in the highest scoring game of the season. St. Louis scores nine runs off Bobby Jones in the 2nd inning, while Ryan Klesko goes 5for6 for San Diego, with two home runs, two doubles, and five RBIs. One of the homers travels an estimated 472 feet, the longest by an opposing player at Busch Stadium since figures were recorded in 1988.
» September 1, 2001: Ryan Klesko's homer in the 13th gives the Padres a 10 win over Arizona.