|FROM THE BASEBALL CHRONOLOGY|
|» December 12, 1989: The Yankees trade minor leaguers Hal Morris and Rodney Imes to the Reds for P Tim Leary and OF Van Snider.
» September 14, 1991: Mariano Duncan, Hal Morris, and Paul O'Neill hit back-to-back-to-back home runs off Astros hurler Mark Portugal for the Reds. The homers account for the only Cincinnati runs in a 7-3 loss.
» September 18, 1991: San Diego's Tony Gwynn undergoes arthroscopic surgery to repair cartilage damage in his left knee. Gwynn has missed 11 of the Padres' last 17 games. He has just four hits in his last 27 at bats and has fallen behind Hal Morris in the batting race.
» June 19, 1994: The Reds score seven runs in the first inning and go on to defeat Atlanta, 12-4. Hal Morris, Kevin Mitchell, Jeff Branson, and Eddie Taubensee all homer off Braves' starter John Smoltz in the frame, as the Atlanta hurler becomes the 14th pitcher in major league history to surrender four round-trippers in a single inning.
» September 28, 1995: The Reds defeat the Expos by a score of 9-7, with Expos reliever Greg Harris pitching the 9th ambidexterously. The Reds don't score against him as he faces two with his (normal) right arm and two with his left. After Harris (right-handed) retires Reggie Sanders on a grounder, manager Felipe Alou permits him to do what he had wanted to try for 10 years. Following a wild lefty toss to the backstop, he walks Hal Morris. Remaining as a southpaw, though, he gets Eddy Taubensee to ground out. Finally, returning the ball to his right hand, he retires Bret Boone on a ground out. Harris uses a special six-finger glove, which is sent to the Hall of Fame. Before Harris, Bert Campaneris was the last pitcher to use both hands in a professional game, doing it in 1962 for Daytona Beach in the Florida State League. The only major leaguers to toss with each hand are: Tony Mullane (July 18, 1882); Larry Corcoran (June 10, 1884); Elton "Icebox" Chamberlain (May 9, 1888); Tony Mullane again (July 14, 1893).
» September 29, 1996: Cincinnati 1B-OF Hal Morris ends the season with a pair of hits in the Reds' 6-3 win over the Cardinals, giving him a major league season-high 29-game hitting streak.
» December 22, 1997: The Royals sign free agent 1B Hal Morris.
» August 12, 1998: The Royals defeat the Red Sox, 8–4, as 1B Hal Morris records five hits for KC.
» January 14, 1999: The Reds sign free agent 1B Hal Morris.
» July 18, 2000: The Tigers purchase vet 1B Hal Morris from the Reds.