» December 11, 1996: The White Sox sign free agent P Jaime Navarro to a 4-year contract.
» May 20, 1997:
In a 10–1 win over Boston, Chicago's Frank Thomas reaches base his first three times up before flying out against Rich Garces. Thomas reached base 15 straight times, one short of ML record, (Hr, three 2B, six 1B, five BB). Jaime Navarro (4-2) is the victor, winning his 10th straight game against the Red Sox going back to September 28, 1991. He'll lose his next decision to the Bosox.
» May 20, 1998: Behind Pedro Martinez (5-0), the Red Sox beat the White Sox, 6–2, pinning the loss on Jaime Navarro. It is Navarro's 1st loss to the Red Sox following 10 straight wins, dating back to 1991.
» January 12, 2000: The Brewers obtain P Jaime Navarro and John Snyder from the White Sox for SS Jose Valentin and P Cal Eldred. Navarro, the majors loss leader (43) the past three seasons, was disgruntled with the Sox. Valentin will compete with Mike Caruso for the SS job.