» August 8, 1992: Cleveland P Charles Nagy hurls a one-hitter against the Orioles, defeating Baltimore by a score of 6-0. Glenn Davis gets the only Baltimore safety.
» May 15, 1993:
In Milwaukee, Cleveland starter Charles Nagy (2–6) leaves the game with a shoulder injury after pitching to just two batters. Nagy will go on the DL in two days and undergo surgery on June 29.
» June 19, 1994:
Detroit beats Toronto by a score of 3-1. Mickey Tettleton homers for the Tigers, marking the 25th consecutive game in which a Detroit player had hit a round-tripper. That ties the major league record held by the 1941 Yankees. Cleveland's Charles Nagy and Eric Plunk will stop the streak tomorrow.
» September 8, 1996: In the Indians DH split with the Mariners, Jim Thome knocks in his 100th run in opener, a 15–4 win. Thome reaches the 30 homer, 100 runs, 100 runs, 100 walks—just the 2nd Indian to ever do that. Al Rosen in 1950 was the other. Charles Nagy (15-4) wins game 1, while the M's prevail 6–5 in the nitecap.
» August 4, 1997:
Manny Ramirez homers and drives in four runs, and Jim Thome hits his 30th homer as the Indians beat Detroit, 7–2. Charles Nagy improves to 12-4 lifetime against the Tigers, his most wins against any club. Thome is the first Cleveland lefthanded hitter to hit 30 homers in successive seasons since Hal Trosky in 1936-37. Scott Sanders (3-9), making his fourth start since being traded to Detroit from Seattle, was the loser. He has lost all three of his decisions in a Tigers uniform.
» September 16, 1997:
Jimmy Key, 0–7 in his last nine starts at Camden Yards, beats the Cleveland Indians 7-2 to give the Orioles a split in a day-night doubleheader. Roberto Alomar has three hits and three RBIs and Brady Anderson and Rafael Palmeiro homer in the win. In the opener, Charles Nagy pitches five-hit ball into the seventh inning and Matt Williams drives home two runs to lead the Indians to a 4-2 victory.
» October 15, 1997: The Orioles waste another magnificent effort by Mike Mussina as the Indians score the game's only run on Tony Fernandez's 12th-inning home run to win, 1-0. Mussina hurls eight shutout innings and allows just one hit, while walking two and striking out 10. Charles Nagy does not give up a run in seven 1/3 innings for the Indians, while surrendering nine hits, as the O's leave 14 batters on base.
» July 22, 1999: Toronto defeats Cleveland, 4-3. Indians manager Mike Hargrove accidentally hands in an incorrect lineup card, forcing Cleveland to forfeit the DH and bat P Charles Nagy in the 7th spot in the batting order. Nagy fails to get a hit in his two at bats.
» October 7, 1999:
The Indians slug the Red Sox, 11-1, to take a two game lead in their division series. Charles Nagy gets the win for Cleveland, as Harold Baines hits a 3-run homer and Jim Thome, a grand slam.