» September 20, 1992: Phillies 2B Mickey Morandini becomes the 9th player in history to turn an unassisted triple play in Philadelphia's 13 inning 3–2 loss to the Pirates. With runners on 1st and 2nd in the 6th inning, Morandini caught Jeff King's line drive, stepped on 2nd to double up Andy Van Slyke, and tagged out Barry Bonds, who was running from 1st.
» October 13, 1993: The combined pitching of Tommy Greene and Mitch Williams give the
Phillies a 6-3 win over the Braves and the NL pennant. Dave Hollins hits a
2-run homer for the winners, while Mickey Morandini and Darren Daulton also
drive in 2 runs each. Curt Schilling is named the NLCS MVP despite no
victories: he gave up just 3 earned runs and struck out 19 in 16 innings.
» June 24, 1995: Phillies' 2B Mickey Morandini strokes five hits to lead Philadelphia to a 10-9 win over the Cardinals. He gets three singles and two doubles, drives home three runs, and scores a pair to help the Phillies maintain their five game lead over Atlanta in the National League East.
» December 23, 1997:
The Cubs trade OF Doug Glanville to the Phillies for 2B Mickey Morandini.
» July 1, 1999: The Brewers defeat the Cubs, 19-12, as SS Jose Valentin hits 2-run home runs from each side of the plate. 2B Ron Belliard and C Dave Nilsson each get four hits for Milwaukee, while Belliard drives home five runs. The Brewer light up Steve Trachsel for 10 runs in 3.2 innings pitched, hanging his National League high 11th loss on him. The Brew Crew collects 21 hits for the 2nd times in three nights. There are eight homers in the game, including a pair by Cubs Mickey Morandini. Not homering after four straight games in which he went deep is Sammy Sosa, who singles twice.
» March 28, 2000: The Phillies obtain 2B Mickey Morandini from the Expos in exchange for cash.
» August 6, 2000:
The Blue Jays obtain 2B Mickey Morandini from the Phillies in exchange for a player to be named. He just misses moving into second on the all-time games played list for Philadelphia Phillies 2B having played 926 games at second base for Philadelphia, the third highest total in franchise history, six games short of Otto Knabe (1905, 1907-13). Tony Taylor (1960-71 and 1974-76) holds the record having played in 1,003 games for the Phils at second.