» December 8, 1999: The Rockies sign free agent OF Tom Goodwin to a 3-year contract and tomorrow they ink free agent C Brent Mayne to a 2-year contract.
» June 18, 2000: The Rockies defeat the Diamondbacks, 19-2, as Colorado Mike Lansing completes the cycle by the 4th inning. Lansing has an RBI triple in the 1st, a 2-run home run in the 2nd, a 2-run double in the 3rd, and a single in the 4th as Colorado stroked a team-record 23 hits. 3B Jeff Cirillo gets five hits for the Rockies, including a home run, while Brent Mayne has 4. The Rocks total 10 extra base hits, one short of yesterday's total against the D'Backs. The win moves the Rockies into 1st place in the NL West, percentage points ahead of the Diamondbacks.
» August 22, 2000:
Two position players take the mound in mop up rolls. Catcher Brent Mayne is called upon after the Rockies use nine pitchers through 11 innings against the Braves. Mayne starts the 12th—setting a NL record for most pitchers in a game–and allows a walk but no hits in a scoreless inning. Mayne, who never pitched at any level, gets Chipper Jones on a ground out to end the frame. The Rockies score to win 7–6 in 12 innings on rookie Adam Melhuse's 1st career hit. Mayne is the first position player to win since Rocky Colavito on August 25, 1968 and the first catcher to win a game since Buck Ewing, in 1889. Todd Helton is 1-for-4 and finishes the game hitting .39690.
» June 24, 2001: The Royals send C Sal Fasano and P Mac Suzuki to the Rockies for C Brent Mayne.
» August 17, 2002:
Going, going, Yan. For the 2nd day in a row, Tampa Bay's Esteban Yan gives up a 2-out homer in the 9th, and it costs him his closer's job. Yesterday, Raul Ibanez hits a 2-run homer to give Kansas City a 6–5 win. Today, Brent Mayne ties the score with a solo home run, then Mike Sweeney ices it for KC, 7–3, in the 12th with a 3-run shot. Ibanez adds a homer.