» April 26, 1994: Baltimore OF Brady Anderson gets four extra-base hits in his first four trips to the plate in the Orioles' 10-4 win over Oakland. Anderson's two doubles and two home runs all come while leading off an inning. Rafael Palmeiro and Chris Hoiles both homer to back Arthur Rhodes.
» August 1, 1994: Baltimore's Cal Ripken becomes the 2nd player in history to appear in 2,000 consecutive games, as the Orioles shut out the Twins, 1-0, behind Arthur Rhodes, who was recalled from Triple-A Rochester just yesterday. Ripken goes hitless in four at bats. Cal's streak will go on hold at 2009 when the strike commences.
» February 21, 1996: Despite the Baltimore Orioles winning in arbitration over P Arthur Rhodes, the players have their first winning year since 1990, going 14–10 in arbitration against the owners. Rhodes, 2–5, gets a team offer raise to $300,000: the pitcher had asked for $675,000. Arbitration-eligible players increased their salaries by 64%, the lowest since 1998.
» June 16, 1998:
The Orioles Sidney Ponson and Arthur Rhodes combine on a 2-hit, 2–0 shutout over the Yankees. The win, the 2nd in the three game series with New York, ends the Yankees major-league record streak of 24 straight winning series. The skein started after the Yankees opened with two losses at Anaheim.
» December 21, 1999: The Mariners sign free agent P Arthur Rhodes to a 4-year contract.
» August 25, 2001: The Mariners edge the Indians, 3–2 in 11 innings, in a game marked by a bench–clearing incident in the 9th inning. When Seattle's Arthur Rhodes comes on to pitch in relief, Cleveland batter Omar Vizquel complains that sunlight is reflecting off the reliever's right earring. Rhodes begins yelling at Vizquel and is eventually ejected by 3rd–base umpire Tim McClelland.