» August 25, 1994: Las Vegas Stars C Kevin Higgins and OF Keith Lockhart both play all nine positions in the Stars' 10-7 victory over Tacoma in a Class AAA game.
» June 3, 1997:
In Atlanta, the Padres get a little help from the umps to top the Braves, 5–2. After viewing television tapes, the umps reverse a call and take away Keith Lockhart's a two-run homer in the 8th after Lockhart circles the bases. Lockhart then grounds out to end the inning. The Padres score three in the ninth against Mark Wohlers to win.
» June 29, 1997: In Atlanta, Keith Lockhart bangs a pinch grand slam as the Braves overcome a five-run deficit to beat the Phillies 6–5. Phils' starter Scott Ruffcorn does not give up a hit in five 1/3 innings, but exits after walking four batters, hitting two, and tossing two wild pitches. Ron Blazier relieves with two on and the score 5–0, but gives up an RBI single and Lockhart's slam. Fred McGriff's tie-breaking triple in the 7th pins the loss on Billy Brewer.
» October 14, 1997: The Marlins win their 1st National League pennant by defeating the Braves, 7-4, and winning the NLCS, four games to 2. Kevin Brown goes the distance for the clincher, while Bobby Bonilla gets three RBIs to lead Florida. Keith Lockhart has four hits for the Braves.
» October 5, 2002:
The Braves take a 2–1 lead in their series with SF by pounding the Giants, 10–2. Keith Lockhart homers for Atlanta and Barry Bonds for SF. Greg Maddux goes the first six innings for the victory.