Sean Berry - Timeline

Astros Trades & Transactions

Dec 20, 1995:Traded Dave Veres(P) and Raul Chavez(C) to Mtl-N for Sean Berry(IF)
Oct 26, 1998:Granted free agency to Sean Berry(IF), who signed with Mil-N on Dec 10

This Date in Astros History

Mar 22, 1966:Sean Berry is born in Santa Monica, CA. The scrappy third baseman bats .283 with 38 homers in three seasons with the Astros (1996-1998), including two as division champions.
Dec 20, 1995:Third baseman Sean Berry is acquired from Montreal for pitcher Dave Veres and catcher Raul Chavez. Berry helps Houston to two division titles. Chavez returns to the Astros organization in 2000, working his way into a backup role during 2004 and 2005 where he launched a home run in postseason play.
Apr 19, 1996:Houston batters Cincinnati, 13-5, on 18 hits. Sean Berry has three hits and five RBIs. Derek Bell has four hits while four other Astros enjoy multi-hit evenings.
May 7, 1996:Anthony Young , who had the majors' longest personal losing streak while with the Mets and Cubs, gets the win as Houston roars back to topple the Phillies, 7-5. Jeff Bagwell launches two home runs while Sean Berry adds a solo shot. Both rap four hits on the evening.
May 9, 1996:Astros tally in six different innings during an 11-4 trouncing in Montreal. Derek Bell leads the 18-hit attack with four hits while Sean Berry drives in four. Berry, Jeff Bagwell and Orlando Miller chip in three hits apiece.
May 24, 1996:Houston rallies for an 8-7 victory over the Cubs in the ten innings. Craig Biggio belts a two-run two-out homer in the bottom of the ninth off Turk Wendell before Sean Berry ties it. John Cangelosi singles home Ricky Gutierrez the next inning to win it. Todd Jones picks up the victory.
Jun 4, 1996:Craig Biggio scores five times during a 16-8 drubbing of Colorado at the Dome. John Cangelosi and Sean Berry both launch three-run shots off Lance Painter.
Aug 30, 1996:Sean Berry drives in six as Houston blanks the Pirates, 10-0. Berry also steals a pair of bases. Jeff Bagwell goes 4-for-5. Donne Wall scatters seven hits in a complete-game shutout.
Apr 25, 1997:Brad Ausmus drives in Sean Berry with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth as Houston trips the Giants, 5-4. Jeff Bagwell launches a three-run blast in the effort.
Jun 17, 1997:The Astros break open a scoreless tie with six runs in the fifth to pound the Kansas City Royals, 10-2. Ramon Garcia, Jose Lima and Billy Wagner combine on a four-hitter. Craig Biggio,.Derek Bell and Sean Berry have three hits apiece.
Jul 26, 1997:J.R. Phillips blasts a three-run pinch-hit homer in the bottom of the ninth off Ugueth Urbina to tie Montreal at 8-8. The next inning, Sean Berry finishes the night with a solo shot off Urbina for a 9-8 triumph. Former Expo Berry caps a 3-for-3 night which also included twice getting hit by pitches.
Apr 18, 1998:Sean Berry tags Miguel Batista for a solo homer in the bottom of the ninth for a 4-3 triumph against Montreal. Craig Biggio scores his 891st career run, breaking Cesar Cedeno's franchise record.
Apr 26, 1998:Former Expos Sean Berry and Moises Alou lead a 15-0 thrashing in Montreal. Alou homers and drives in five runs while Berry and Richard Hidalgo each deliver four hits. Derek Bell also belts a home run. Sean Bergman is the beneficiary as Houston tallies in six of the nine frames.
Apr 28, 1998:Sean Berry singles home Tim Bogar in the tenth inning for a 4-3 victory over the Mets. Moises Alou's two-run single off John Franco in the ninth sets the stage for Berry's heroics.
Jul 1, 1998:Sean Berry raps four hits, including a homer, to pace a 10-4 triumph over the Chicago White Sox. Jeff Bagwell and Moises Alou also go deep. Houston plays "deuces wild", scoring two runs in five separate innings to complete the scoring.
Sep 2, 1998:Randy Johnson outduels Atlanta's Greg Maddux for a 4-2 triumph. Jeff Bagwell, Craig Biggio and Sean Berry take Maddux deep. Billy Wagner closes for his 27th save.
Oct 4, 1998:San Diego shuts the door on Houston's best season ever with a 6-1 verdict in Game Four of the N.L.D.S. to claim the series, 3-1. After a Jim Leyritz homer, Jeff Bagwell plates Craig Biggio with a single to tie it. An error by Sean Berry gives the Padres the lead before they break it open with four runs in the eighth.