» September 16, 1991:
The Braves blow a 3-run lead and lose to the Giants, 85, at Candlestick Park. Darren Lewis scores half the Giants runs.
» June 17, 1993: Giants OF Darren Lewis sets a major league record by playing his 243rd consecutive errorless game. It is the most ever by an OF at the start of his career. The Giants defeat the Reds, 5-1, as Bill Swift and Kevin Rogers combine to 1-hit Cincinnati. Kevin Mitchell's infield single leading off the 8th inning is the Reds' only hit.
» July 16, 1993: Giants OF Darren Lewis sets a major league record by playing his 267th consecutive game without an error. He snaps Don Demeter's record. The Giants defeat the Mets, 4-2.
» June 30, 1994: In Montreal's 7-3 victory over the Giants, SF OF Darren Lewis commits an error, allowing Cliff Floyd's basehit to skip under his glove. It is Lewis' 1st error in 392 major league games (938 chances), and his 1st since May 10, 1991, at Triple-A Phoenix.
» June 28, 1995: Colorado pulls off a hidden ball trick in a 2-1, 11-inning loss to the host San Francisco Giants. In the first inning, Darren Lewis is tagged out at third base by Vinny Castilla, with Barry Bonds at bat.
» July 21, 1995: The Reds trade OF Deion Sanders, pitching prospects John Roper, Ricky Pickett and Scott Service, and IF Dave McCarty to the Giants for pitchers Mark Portugal and Dave Burba, and OF Darren Lewis.
» December 12, 1995: The White Sox sign free agent OF Darren Lewis to a 2-year contract.
» May 19, 1996:
The White Sox continue to abuse the Tigers, winning 143, as Robin Ventura and Darren Lewis hit grand slams. The Sox become just the 4th ML team to ever hit three grand slams in two consecutive games. Detroit pitchers give up 41 runs in the three games with Chicago and the team ERA balloons to 7.35.
» August 27, 1997:
The White Sox trade OF Darren Lewis to the Dodgers in exchange for a player to be named.
» December 23, 1997: The Red Sox sign free agent OF Darren Lewis.
» July 18, 1998: The Boston Red Sox defeat the Detroit Tigers, 94, with the aid of a 7run 4th inning. Mo Vaughn, Donnie Sadler, Darren Lewis, and Nomar Garciaparra all homer in the stanza, a first for Boston.
» April 23, 1999:
At Fenway, ex-Red Sox hitter Wil Cordero hits a 2-run home run, off Jim Corsi, in the 6th to give the Indians a 76 win over Boston. His hit follows the 2nd bench clearing brawl of the game. Rheal Cormier plunks Jim Thome and Corsi relieves. The first brawl comes in the 5th after Jarret Wright allows a homer, walk and single, then hits Darren Lewis with a pitch. Both are tossed. Lofton, leading off, and Fryman homer for Cleveland. The American League will suspend Indians P Jaret Wright (5 games) and 1B Jim Thome (3 days), and Red Sox OF Darren Lewis (3 days) and P Rheal Cormier (3 games) for participating in the brawls. All will appeal.
» May 1, 1999:
The AL suspend Indians P Jaret Wright (5 games) and 1B Jim Thome (3 days), and Red Sox OF Darren Lewis (3 days) and P Rheal Cormier (3 games) for participating in two brawls during an April 23 game. All appeal.
» June 2, 1999: American League president Gene Budig meets with Indians P Jaret Wright to discuss head-hunting accusations, due to pitches he has thrown near the heads of Boston's Darren Lewis and Detroit's Tony Clark, which have precipitated fights this season.
» January 14, 2002: The Cubs sign free agent OF Darren Lewis to a 1-year contract.
» July 31, 2002:
The Cubs and Pirates swap outfielders with Chad Hermanson going to Chicago and Darren Lewis to Pittsburgh.