» June 3, 1997: In St. Louis, John Mabry drives in six runs and Ron Gant has four RBIs to lead the Cardinals to a 15–4 win over the Colorado Rockies. SS Royce Clayton is 5-for-6 as St. Louis collects 21 hits. The Cardinals hit three homers in a 7-run 5th off Jerry Dipoto.
» May 8, 1999: The Mariners defeat the Yankees, 14-5, as 3B John Mabry gets five hits.
» July 31, 2000:
The Mariners obtain OF Al Martin from the Padres in exchange for OF John Mabry and P Tom Davey.
» April 9, 2001:
The Cardinals sell 1B-OF John Mabry to the Marlins.
» October 5, 2001:
The Braves clinch their 10th straight division championship with a 20-3 rout of the Marlins. Kevin Millwood gives up a field goal in the 1st inning, but the Braves score 10 runs in the bottom of the frame. Ryan Dempster allows just one hit but walks six before leaving in the 1st. Reliever Benito Baez gives up eight runs in one 2/3 IP, and OF John Mabry tries his hand in the 9th, but gives up five runs while recording just one out. Chipper Jones has a triple and grand slam and reaches the 100 RBI mark for the 6th straight year.
» May 22, 2002:
The Athletics send OF Jeremy Giambi to the Phillies in exchange for IF/OF John Mabry. The trade, viewed as one–sided for the Phils, will be a good one for Oakland. Giambi will homer in his first two Philley at bats on the 25th, and be the first player in major–league history to hit eight homers in each league before the All–Star break. He'll finish the year with 20. That, plus Jason Giambi's 41, will give the Giambi boys the record for homers by brothers in the same season, topping the 59 hit in 1937 by Joe DiMaggio (46) and Vince DiMaggio (13).