» May 13, 1995: The San Bernardino Spirit defeats San Jose, 1-0, in 21 innings in the longest shutout in California League history. C Paul Konerko's hit drives home the game's only run.
» March 31, 1998:
Cardinals' rookie P Braden Looper makes an auspicious major league debut in St. Louis' 6–0 win over the Dodgers. Looper enters the game in the 9th inning and strikes out all three batters he faces—Todd Zeile, Raul Mondesi, and Paul Konerko. The Dodgers are held to three hits by four St. Louis pitchers.
» July 4, 1998:
Dodger interim GM Tommy Lasorda sends blue chippers Dennis Reyes and Paul Konerko to the Reds for closer Jeff Shaw. Lasorda later admits he was unaware that Shaw, under terms of the Basic Agreement, has the right to demand a trade at the end of the season.
» November 11, 1998:
The White Sox trade OF Mike Cameron to the Reds in exchange for 1B Paul Konerko.
» April 6, 2002:
The White Sox roll by the Kansas City Royals, winning 14–0. Mark Buehrle allows five hits in six innings pitched. Paul Konerko has three runs and three RBIs, and Magglio Ordonez has three RBIs. Trailing 9–0 in the 8th, the Royals bring in Miguel Asencio, the youngest pitcher in the majors. Making his ML debut, Asencio walks Kenny Lofton on four pitches and does the same to the next three batters. He leaves, having thrown 16 pitches.