» September 19, 1998:
The Giants score seven runs in the 3rd inning, and six more in the 4th, as they demolish the Dodgers by a score of 18–4. Bill Mueller and Jeff Kent bang grand slams in the two frames, just the 2nd time (April 26, 1970) in Giants history that two players have hit grand slams in a game.
» April 5, 1999:
The Giants defeat the Reds, 11–8, on 3B Charlie Hayes' go–ahead 3–run home run in the 8th inning. Hayes replaced starter Bill Mueller, who broke his toe after being hit by a Brett Tomko pitch as the second batter up in the game. SF OF Barry Bonds sets a National League record by receiving his 290th intentional walk in the 4th inning. The old record was held by Hank Aaron.
» November 19, 2000:
The Cubs obtain 3B Bill Mueller from the Giants in exchange for P Tim Worrell.
» May 13, 2001:
The Cubs suffer a big loss when 3B Bill Mueller injures his knee sliding into a railing going for a foul ball. He misses three months of the season.
» August 30, 2001: 3B Bill Mueller's walk–off home run gives the Cubs a 5–4 victory over the Marlins. 1B Fred McGriff hits a 3–run home run as he reaches 80 RBIs for the 14th straight season, becoming only the 2nd player in ML history to do so. Hank Aaron holds the record with 17 straight years.