» March 31, 1998:
SS Pokey Reese, starting in place of Barry Larkin who is on the DL, commits four errors on his 1st three chances in the field as the Reds lose their opener, 10–2, to the Padres.
» June 22, 1999: Cincinnati defeats Arizona, 8-7, as 2B Pokey Reese goes 5-for-6, including a double and triple.
» September 4, 1999: Cincinnati scores nine runs in the 5th inning on the way to a 22-3 blowout over Philadelphia. The Reds tie an National League record by hitting nine home runs in the contest -- 2 by C Eddie Taubensee and one apiece by Aaron Boone, Dmitri Young, Jeffrey Hammonds, Greg Vaughn, Pokey Reese, Brian Johnson, and Mark Lewis. Chad Ogea, in two 2/3 innings, allows three dingers; he has now served up a league high 35. Stan Belinda of the Reds earns a save for Pete Harnisch (14-8); he benefits from the rule that mandates a save be awarded if a pitcher works three innings in relief.
» February 10, 2000: The Mariners accommodate OF Ken Griffey Jr. trading him to his hometown Reds in exchange for P Brett Tomko, OF Mike Cameron, IF Antonio Perez, and P Jake Meyer. The Reds resisted giving up INF Pokey Reese.
» April 20, 2000: The Reds defeat the Giants, 11-1, as Pokey Reese gets five hits, including a double. Ken Griffey Jr. hits a pair of home runs for Cincinnati.
» December 18, 2001:
The Reds, who tried to sign Pokey Reese in April to a 4-year, $21 million contract, ship the second baseman and P Dennys Reyes to the Rockies for pitchers Gabe White and Luke Hudson. In turn, Colorado sends Reese tomorrow to the Red Sox for C Scott Hatteberg. The Sox will make a Pokey a free agent by not tendering him a contract and he'll sign in January with Pittsburgh. Hatteberg will go the same route and sign with the A's.
» January 30, 2002:
The Pirates sign free agent 2B Pokey Reese to a 2-year contract. Pittsburgh is Reese's 4th team since the end of the 2001 season. He finished the year with Cincinnati, and then was traded to the Rockies and the Red Sox in a span of three days in December. Boston did not offer him a contract, making him a free agent.