» September 13, 1992: Cleveland's Kenny Lofton steals his 53rd and 54th bases breaking the American League rookie record of 53 set by Donie Bush in 1909. Lofton will swipe a league-high 66 bases, 12 ahead of another rookie Pat Listach, and lead AL center fielders with 14 assists. He scores both runs today, including the winner in the 9th, to beat the White Sox, 2–1. Eric Plunk is the winner with Steve Olin picking up his 25th save.
» September 26, 1992:
Greg Vaughn’s HR in the 6th is the difference in the Brewers 2–1 win over the A's. Milwaukee's Pat Listach draws a walk after taking 17 pitches from A’s starter Ron Darling. He's cut down stealing. Reliever Jesse Orosco is the winner over his former Met teammate.
» November 22, 1992: The American League names Milwaukee SS Pat Listach the Rookie of the Year. Listach was recalled on April seven to replace the injured Bill Spiers and hit .290. He was the first Brewer to steal 50 bases in a season.
» August 23, 1996: The Yankees obtain P Graeme Lloyd and former Rookie of the Year Pat Listach from the Brewers in exchange for OF Gerald Williams and knuckler Bob Wickman. Lloyd is put to work and provides late inning relief as the first-place Yankees beat the A's, 5–3. The Yanks will officially complain to the American League that the Brewers sent damaged goods in the two players, but the complaint is ignored. However, the Brewers will take back Listach and send Ricky Bones to the Yanks on the 29th. The Yanks will file a grievance over Lloyd's injury next month.