» September 12, 1994: At Harrisburg, Bill Pulsipher of Binghamton (Eastern League) fires a 2-0 playoff no-hitter against Harrisburg. Binghamton evens the series at a game apiece and will win the series, three to 1.
» June 17, 1995:
One of the Mets prize rookies, Bill Pulsipher, makes his debut and is lit up for four hits and five runs in the first inning. He last seven innings but loses to the Astros, 7–3. He'll notch his 1st win against the Pirates on June 27.
» April 2, 1996:
The Mets announce that Bill Pulsipher will miss the 1996 season. The 22-year-old lefty experienced arm pain while throwing on March 28th, and results from an MRI indicate torn ligaments in his left arm, necessitating surgery April 17.
» July 31, 1998:
In a flurry of transactions at the trading deadline, many involving free agents-to-be, the Mets trade OF Bernard Gilkey, P Nelson Figueroa and cash to the Diamondbacks in exchange for P Willie Blair, C Jorge Fabregas and a player to be named. New York then obtains IF–OF Tony Phillips from the Blue Jays for P Leoncio Estrella, and sends the Brewers P Bill Pulsipher for IF Mike Kinkade.
» January 21, 2000:
The Mets sign free agent P Rich Rodriguez to a 2-year contract and reacquire Bill Pulsipher from the Brewers in exchange for IF Luis Lopez.
» June 2, 2000:
The Mets trade former phenom Bill Pulsipher to the Diamondbacks for IF Lenny Harris.