» April 17, 1993: Seven players score as the Tigers score 20 runs in a game for the 2nd time this week, beating the Mariners, 20-3. Rob Deer is 1-for-2 and scores four runs, while Travis Fryman has four hits and scores five times. Chad Kreuter adds four hits and three runs and Gary Thurman paces the Bengals with four RBIs. Mike Hampton takes the loss with 2.1 innings of work.
» June 6, 1993:
Tigers defeat the Angels, 11-4. In the course of the game, they pull off a rare feat by hitting for the cycle in a 4-hitter span. With one out in the 3rd inning, Travis Fryman singles, Cecil Fielder homers, Kirk Gibson doubles, and Chad Kreuter triples. Of the five California pitchers to take the mound, the only one to retire Detroit in order is IF Rene Gonzalez, who has not pitched since American Legion ball.
» August 12, 1993: The Tigers defeat the Orioles, 17-11, as C Chad Kreuter hits a grand slam. It marks the 3rd consecutive game in which a Tiger hit a grand slam, tying a major league record set by the Milwaukee Brewers in 1978. The two teams combine for 37 hits. Travis Fryman is the only one with four hits, including three doubles. Twelve players score for the Tigers, one short of the American League record, and seven for the O's.
» September 7, 1993:
Detroit C Chad Kreuter homers from both sides of the plate in the Tigers' 10-6 win over California. He is the 2nd Tiger this year to perform the feat, joining Mickey Tettleton, who did so on May 7.
» July 30, 1994: Detroit defeats Oakland, 14-2, as Tiger C Chad Kreuter ties a major league record with three sacrifice flies. He is the 9th player in history to perform the feat.
» May 26, 1996: Frank Thomas, Harold Baines, and Robin Ventura belt consecutive homers in Chicago's 7-run 8th inning as the Sox pound the Brewers, 12–1. Chad Kreuter adds a 4th homer in the frame as Chicago becomes the 16th team to hit four homers in an inning; The Twins are the only team to have hit 5. The Thomas, Baines, Ventura trio also homered in yesterday's 9–7 win over Milwaukee.
» July 27, 1996:
The White Sox pick up vet catcher Pat Borders from the Angels for minor leaguer Robert Ellis. Borders will replace Chad Kreuter, out with a season-ending shoulder injury.
» May 18, 1997:
The Angels trade P Chuck McElroy and C Jorge Fabregas to the White Sox in exchange for C Chad Kreuter and OF Tony Phillips.
» December 10, 1997: The White Sox sign free agent catchers Charlie O'Brien and Chad Kreuter.
» December 14, 1998:
The Royals sign free agent C Chad Kreuter.
» August 10, 1999:
The Red Sox defeat the Royals, 9-6, as Boston P Tim Wakefield ties a major league record by striking out four batters in the 9th inning. KC C Chad Kreuter gets two hits in the game, his first breaking a streak of 38 consecutive at bats without a hit. It is the longest hitless streak in the majors since Dann Howitt of Oakland and Seattle went 0-for-43 in 1992.
» May 16, 2000: The Dodgers defeat the Cubs, 6-5, in a game at Wrigley Field. The contest is held up for almost 10 minutes when a fan steals Chad Kreuter's hat and hits him in the back of the head in the 9th inning. Several Dodgers go into the stands where several fans are arrested in the fight that follows.