» July 27, 1991: Dan Gladden's 3-run homer in the 9th enables the host Twins to beat Milwaukee, 7–4. Gladden's hit follows a bunt single by Shane Mack and a dribbler by Randy Bush. He has now driven in the winner in three straight games.
» May 2, 1992: Yankee P Scott Sanderson becomes the 12th pitcher in history to surrender four home runs in a single inning. He is rocked in the 5th inning of the game against Minnesota by Shane Mack, Kirby Puckett, Kent Hrbek, and Randy Bush. The Twins need all the dingers as they win, 7–6.
» August 7, 1992:
As of today, the No. one hitters in the AL and NL, Edgar Martinez and John Kruk, are both hitting .341. The No. two hitters in each league, Kirby Puckett and Andy Van Slyke, are both hitting .331. The No. three hitters in each league, Shane Mack and Gary Sheffield, are both hitting .329.
» December 14, 1996: The Red Sox sign veteran OF Shane Mack to a one-year deal. Mack played the last two seasons in Japan.
» April 29, 1997:
At Boston, CF Shane Mack is the only outfielder not to throw out a runner. All three California outfielders -- Tim Salmon, Garret Anderson and Orlando Palmeiro -- do it, while Red Sox starting LF Wil Cordero and Troy O'Leary, who replaced Rudy Pemberton in RF, register one. The Angels win the contest by a score of 5–4. Tomorrow, Anderson and Cordero will throw out runners again.
» June 26, 1997: In Detroit's 10–6 walloping of the Red Sox, Tiger Brian Hunter swipes four bases. Detroit also gets a home run from Shane Mack to offset two Boston homers.
» April 8, 1998: The Athletics trade OF Shane Mack and a player to be named to the Royals in exchange for C Mike Macfarlane and cash.