» May 7, 1992: The Indians commit around-the-horn errors in a 8–7 victory over the Rangers. 1B Paul Sorrento boots a ground ball, 2B Carlos Baerga misses a pop–up, SS Mark Lewis drops a throw and 3B Brook Jacoby boots another grounder.
» December 14, 1994:
The Indians obtain IF/OF Tim Costo from the Reds in exchange for SS Mark Lewis.
» October 6, 1995:
The Reds pound Hideo Nomo for 7 hits and 5 runs in 5 innings and cruise to a 10-1 win over the Dodgers to sweep the best-of-5 series. Ron Gant, Bret Boone, and Mark Lewis all homer for Cincinnati.
» May 4, 1996: Roger Pavlik follows Ken Hill's one-hitter with one of his own, the first time in 79 years teammates have tossed back-to-back one-hitters in the American League, as Texas tops the Tigers, 3–1. Mark Lewis's 2-out homer in the 5th inning is the only Bengal safety. Neither Pavlik or Hill allows a walk.
» December 16, 1996: The Tigers trade 2B Mark Lewis to the Giants for 1B Jesse Ibarra.
» July 24, 1998: Trailing Florida, 3–1, in the bottom half of the 9th, the Phillies get a 2–outs, 2–run, pinch–hit home run from Mark Lewis to send the game into extra innings. Each team scores a single run in the 10th, then again in the 11th. The Marlins plate another in the top of the 12th to take a 6–5 lead, but the Phils get two in their half to finally win, 7–6.
» December 12, 1998: The Reds sign free agent IF Mark Lewis.
» September 4, 1999: Cincinnati scores nine runs in the 5th inning on the way to a 22-3 blowout over Philadelphia. The Reds tie an National League record by hitting nine home runs in the contest -- 2 by C Eddie Taubensee and one apiece by Aaron Boone, Dmitri Young, Jeffrey Hammonds, Greg Vaughn, Pokey Reese, Brian Johnson, and Mark Lewis. Chad Ogea, in two 2/3 innings, allows three dingers; he has now served up a league high 35. Stan Belinda of the Reds earns a save for Pete Harnisch (14-8); he benefits from the rule that mandates a save be awarded if a pitcher works three innings in relief.