» April 8, 1994: Braves P Kent Mercker no-hits the Dodgers, 6-0, fanning 10 in the process. It his first complete game in the majors. Chan Ho Park comes on to pitch in the 9th for the Dodgers, becoming the first Korean player to appear in a major league game.
» April 6, 1996: Chan Ho Park becomes the first South Korean to win in the majors, pitching four scoreless innings in relief of injured starter Ramon Martinez as the Dodgers beat the Cubs 31 at Wrigley.
» April 17, 1996: The Dodgers roll over the Giants, scoring seven runs in the 4th inning, to win 112. Starter Chan Ho Park strikes out the side in the first two innings, as Dodger pitchers K 14.
» September 29, 1996:
Chris Gwynn, brother of Tony, hits a 2-run pinch-hit double in the 11th inning to give the Padres a 20 win over the Dodgers. The double is off Chan Ho Park and the win cinches the National League West pennant for the Pods. The Dodgers lose all four games in the series.
» June 1, 1997: Whoops. Rookie 2B Wilton Guerrero of the Dodgers is ejected from game in St. Louis for using a corked bat. Guerrero shatters his stick while grounding out to lead off the game. Umpire Steve Rippley sees that the bat has been altered and shows it to crew chief Bruce Froemming, who then ejects Guerrero. Guerrero will earn an 8-day suspension and a $1,000 fine. The Dodgers end their eight-game road losing streak with a 61 win when Mike Piazza, Eric Karros and Todd Zeile hit consecutive home runs in the 4th inning. Chan Ho Park (4-2) allows one run in six 2/3 innings for the victory.
» April 23, 1999: The Cardinals defeat the Dodgers, 125, as 3B Fernando Tatis sets a major league record by hitting two grand slams in a single inning. His two homers came in St. Louis' 11run 3rd inning. He also sets a record with eight RBIs in the inning, while LA P Chan Ho Park becomes the 1st pitcher this century -- and only the 2nd ever -- to surrender two grand slams in a single frame. Bill Phillips of the Pirates did so in 1890. Park became the 36th major-leaguer to serve up two slams to the same player in his career.
» June 5, 1999: Dodger P Chan Ho Park aims a kick at Angels P Tim Belcher during a scuffle in LA's 7-4 victory. Park will be fined $3,000 for his actions and suspended for seven games.
» August 21, 1999:
In their current 4-game series against the Giants, the Dodgers start pitchers from four different countries, something they have done before, but this time, the Dodgers have three continents covered. In yesterday's 65 win it was Eric Gagne of Canada; In today's 94 win it is Jeff Williams of Australia; In tomorrow's 54 loss it will be Ismael Valdes of Mexico; and the next day it will be Chan Ho Park from Korea, in a 53 win.
» August 29, 2000:
The Dodgers defeat the Brewers, 7-2, as Chan Ho Park (8 innings) and Mike Fetters (1 inning) combine on a one-hitter. James Mouton's home run is Milwaukee's only hit.
» April 2, 2001:
Gary Sheffield homers over the CF fence as the Dodgers beat Milwaukee, 10, to give new manager Jim Tracy his first win. Chan Ho Park is the winner, running his consecutive scoreless innings to 32 over two seasons.
» October 5, 2001: Barry Bonds hits his 71st and 72nd home runs of the season to set a new ML single-season mark in the Giants' 11-10 heartbreaking loss to the Dodgers. The 1st inning blast to break the record comes off Dodgers P Chan Ho Park. Rich Aurilia hits his 37th but the Dodgers eliminate the Giants from a possible playoff berth. The game takes four hours: 27 minutes, the longest 9-inning game in ML history. With the Giants eliminated, Bonds will not start tomorrow, but will hit a pinch single on the only good pitch he sees.
» December 22, 2001: The Rangers sign free agent P Chan Ho Park to a 5-year contract.