» August 19, 1931:
The Giants score single runs in each of the last three innings to beat the Reds, 6–5. Giants Shanty Hogan is the first catcher to start three DPs—only one other catcher, Damian Miller in 1999—will match him. The three DPs ties a major-league record for catchers.
» May 25, 1999:
In Arizona's 5–4 win over San Diego, the D'backs Damian Miller becomes only the 8th ML catcher to participate in three double plays in a 9-inning game, tying the NL record for DPs and tying the major-league record for DPs started by a catcher. The last N.L. catcher to participate in three DPs was Ebba St. Claire of the Boston Braves in 1950. Chris Hoiles was part of four double plays for the Orioles on April 9, 1998.
» May 3, 2000:
The Major League Baseball Players Association again denies several major-leaguers admission to the union. The players crossed picket lines during the 1994-95 strike becoming replacement players. These players don't pay union dues, receive full pension benefits, and can to use the Association's grievance procedure. However, they do not receive a share of royalties from the sale of baseball merchandise. Historian Stuart Shea notes the players are the only ex-replacements currently on major-league rosters: Benny Agbayani and Rick Reed of the Mets; Trenidad Hubbard and Kerry Ligtenberg of the Braves; Cory Lidle and Damian Miller of the Diamondbacks; Keith Osik and Rich Loiselle of the Pirates; Matt Herges of the Dodgers; Joe Slusarski of the Astros; Shane Spencer of the Yankees; Jeff Tam of the A's; Donne Wall of the Padres.
» April 26, 2001: Luis Gonzalez bangs two home runs in Arizona's 13-6 win over Atlanta to tie the major-league record for home runs in the month of April with 13 held by Ken Griffey, Jr. His first home run, off Greg Maddux, ties the NL record. Steve Finley also homers off Maddux, a 3-run shot, and adds a triple and single to drive in five runs. Damian Miller has two homers, including a back-to-back shots with Erubiel Durazo in the 8th. Robert Ellis (3–0) is the winner.
» September 22, 2001: The Dodgers score three times in the bottom half of the 11th inning to eke out a 6–5 victory over the Diamondbacks. Damian Miller gets two hits for Arizona, giving him 100 for the season. By doing so, he helps the Diamondbacks tie an NL record for most payers (9) with at least 100 hits in the same season. The NL teams include the 1923 Phils, 1928 Giants, and the Pirates in 1929, 1972, and 1976.
» April 2, 2002: In beating the Padres, 9–0, the Diamondbacks became the first defending World Champions to open the season with back-to-back shutouts since the 1919 Red Sox. The Red Sox shutouts were thrown by Carl Mays and Sad Sam Jones. The last team to start the year with consecutive shutouts was the 1994 Giants. Schilling is the winner today, following Randy Johnson's 2–0 two–hitter yesterday over the Padres. The D'backs get all nine runs off Brian Tollberg, who leaves after two 2/3 innings. Damian Miller has a grand slam. Before the game the Diamondbacks receive their World Series rings: Curt Schilling's son, Gehrig, accepts for him.
» April 25, 2002: The Diamondbacks jump on Greg Maddux and score eight runs in the 5th inning and go on to defeat the Braves, 11–5. The D'Backs send 12 batters to the plate—11 off Maddux—and the future Hall of Famer helps by walking four batters—2 intentionally—in the 5th. He gives up 10 runs, six of which are earned. Damian Miller has four RBIs for Arizona.
» November 13, 2002: The Diamondbacks trade C Damian Miller to the Cubs for P David Noyce and OF Gary Johnson.