» March 16, 1992:
The Pirates trade P John Smiley to the Twins in exchange for P Denny Neagle and OF Midre Cummings.
» August 25, 1995: Rounding 2B in a 17–4 blowout over the Dodgers,, the Phils Darren Daulton tears the ACL in his right knee and will be out the remaining season. He'll play just five games in 1996. Gregg Jefferies becomes the first Phillie in 32 years to hit for the cycle, and hurler Jeff Juden goes the distance for the win, and also hits a grand slam. It is the 3rd grand slam hit by a pitcher in the National League this season, setting a league record. Florida's Chris Hammond and Pittsburgh's Denny Neagle hit the others.
» May 15, 1996:
Denny Neagle, allowing four hits in seven innings, wins his 5th straight game to give Pittsburgh a 3–0 win over the Braves. The Braves have now been shut out five times, one more than all of last year. The Braves lose more than the game when OF David Justice dislocates his right shoulder swinging at a pitch in the 2nd inning. The shoulder has never healed from an injury last year, and Justice will undergo surgery that will sideline him for the year.
» August 28, 1996: The Braves acquire P Denny Neagle, who passes waivers, from the Pirates in exchange for minor leaguers Ron Wright and Corey Pointer, and a player to be named (Jason Schmidt) The Bucs will save some more bucks in two days, dealing vet Charlie Hayes.
» September 7, 1997: Atlanta's Denny Neagle wins his 20th game, shutting out the Padres, 4–0. He's the first to win 20 in the National League.
» September 21, 1997:
The Expos put a dent in Denny Neagle's possible Cy Young Award as they twice unload back-to-back homers to beat the Braves, 7–1. Neagle retires the first 12 batters before giving up a single, then homers to Rondell White and Hemsley Muelens. In the 6th David Segui and White hit consecutive homers.
» October 11, 1997:
The Braves even the NLCS once again on Denny Neagle's 4-hit, 4-0 shutout. Chipper Jones knocks out three hits for Atlanta.
» September 17, 1998:
Denny Neagle pitches six shut out innings as the Braves win, 1–0, over Arizona. Neagle wins his 15th and joins ohn Smoltz, Greg Maddux, and Tom Glavine, all of whom have reached that level. The last team to have five 15-game winners was the 1930 Washington Senators.
» November 10, 1998: The Braves trade P Denny Neagle, OF Michael Tucker, and minor league P Rob Bell to the Reds in exchange for 2B Bret Boone and P Mike Remlinger.
» July 12, 2000: The Yankees obtain P Denny Neagle and OF Mike Frank from the Reds in exchange for 3B Drew Henson, OF Jackson Melian, and Ps Brian Reith and Ed Yarnall.
» December 4, 2000: The Rockies sign free agent P Denny Neagle to a 5-year contract.
» April 2, 2001:
The Reds sell lefty Ed Yarnall to the Orix Blue Wave (Japan) for $300,000. Yarnall, the 2000 IL pitcher of the year, came to the Reds in the Denny Neagle trade with the Yankees.
» April 4, 2001:
Todd Helton and Larry Walker each drive home four runs to back Denny Neagle's five inning, 3-run effort. The Rockies beat the Cards, 13–9, scoring 10 earned runs off Benes in 2.2 innings. Jim Edmonds hits a pair of homers, both upper deck shots, a first at Coors.
» May 27, 2001: Against the Rockies' Denny Neagle in the 1st inning, Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants hits the franchise's 12,000th home run. It is Bonds' 26th of the year. Only the Yankees have hit more. Neagle gives up all five runs, including solos to Armando Rios and Rich Aurilia, in the 5–4 loss to SF.