» September 3, 1986:
Pitching in the 3rd inning against the Mets, Giants rookie Terry Mulholland snags a hard grounder off Keith Hernandez but can't retrieve the ball from the webbing of his glove. Thinking fast, Mulholland runs towards first and tosses his mitt to 1B Bob Brenly for the out. The Giants come up short, losing 4–2.
» June 18, 1989: The struggling Phillies trade. Reliever Steve Bedrosian and a player to be named later go to the Giants for pitchers Dennis Cook and Terry Mulholland and 3B Charlie Hayes, then send 2B-OF Juan Samuel to the Mets for OF Len Dykstra, P Roger McDowell, and another player to be named later.
» August 15, 1990: The Phillies Terry Mulholland spins the major leagues' 8th no-hitter of the season. Mulholland faces the minimum 27 batters in blanking the Giants 6–0, as just one runner reaches base on a throwing error by Charlie Hayes. But Hayes makes the last putout by grabbing a Gary Carter line drive. John Kruk also makes a crucial play by reaching into the stands to pull back a one-out popup by Matt Williams in the 8th.
» September 25, 1990:
Tough day at the office for Terry Mulholland. The Phillies P allows just two Card baserunners -- Bernard Gilkey's leadoff triple and double later -- and loses 1–0.
» June 15, 1992:
Jeff King of the Pirates becomes the 5th player in major league history to be caught stealing twice in an inning. In the 5th inning of Pittsburgh's game against Philadelphia, King leads off with a single. He's trapped off base, but collides with Phillies P Terry Mulholland as he tries to get back. Mulholland is called for interference, and King is charged with a caught stealing, even though he remained on base. Later that inning, he is thrown out attempting to steal 3B. The Phillies win the game by a score of 4–1.
» September 2, 1992: Phillies P Terry Mulholland sets a major league record with his 14th pickoff of the season, as he catches Pete Incaviglia of the Astros off base in the 6th inning. Houston wins the game by a score of 3–2.
» September 18, 1992: Pittsburgh's Barry Bonds hits his 30th home run of the season off Philadelphia's Terry Mulholland in the Pirates' 5–2 win over the Phillies. Bonds thus becomes the 5th player in history to have a pair of 30-HR, 30-stolen bases seasons. The others include his father, Willie Mays, Howard Johnson, and Ron Gant.
» August 21, 1993:
After allowing a homer in a 3–2 loss to Houston, Phils pitcher Terry Mulholland breaks his right hand punching a water cooler. "It's stupid, but it really would've been stupid if I had hit it with my left hand," responds the southpaw.
» September 1, 1993: Terry Mulholland beats the Cubs, 4–1, the 149th game in a row the Phils have scored, one short of National League record set by Pittsburgh 1924-5.
» October 17, 1993: home runs by Jim Eisenreich, a three run blast, and Lenny Dykstra lead Philadelphia to a 6-4 win over Toronto to even the Series at a game apiece. Terry Mulholland records the win.
» February 9, 1994:
The Phillies trade P Terry Mulholland and a player to be named to the Yankees in exchange for P Bobby Munoz, 2B Kevin Jordan, and minor league P Ryan Karp.
» May 21, 1996:
The Phils Terry Mulholland defeats the Padres, 5-4. Mulholland, who entered the game with the 3rd-lowest batting average in history of any player with 400 at bats, clouts a 407-foot home run in the 2nd inning off Sean Bergman. As Mulholland explains, "Most great power hitters don't hit for a high average."
» July 31, 1996:
The Phillies trade P Terry Mulholland, 33, to the Mariners in exchange for struggling blue chipper Desi Relaford.
» August 8, 1997:
The Mets trade OF Lance Johnson, P Mark Clark, and IF Manny Alexander to the Cubs for pitchers Mel Rojas and Turk Wendell, and OF Brian McRae. The Cubs also waive Terry Mulholland to the Giants.
» April 24, 1999: In New York's 2–0 loss to the Cubs, Mets' leadoff man Rickey Henderson bats five times, going 2-for-4, and on each occasion he leads off the inning. The Mets strand 12 as Chicago reliever Terry Mulholland throws six 2/3 scoreless innings. Sammy Sosa homers for Chicago.
» July 31, 1999:
The Braves obtain well-traveled P Terry Mulholland and IF Jose Hernandez from the Cubs in exchange for pitchers Micah Bowie and Ruben Quevedo and a player to be named. Hernandez, a free agent to be, turned down a 3-year $9 million offer from the Cubs. Bowie will post a 9.96 ERA for the Cubs and an overall 10.24 ERA in 11 games, a major-league record worst for 10+ appearances.
» December 8, 2000:
The Pirates sign free agent P Terry Mulholland to a 2-year contract.
» July 31, 2001:
The Pirates trade P Terry Mulholland to the Dodgers for pitchers Mike Fetters and Adrian Burnside.
» July 28, 2002:
The Indians send P Paul Shuey to the Dodgers. In return, the Tribe gets P Terry Mulholland and minor league pitchers Ricardo Rodriguez and Francisco Cruceta.