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February 3 - The Rockies, along with the Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation, donate $12,000 to the Pueblo County Director of Organizational Development in order to provide equipment, uniforms and scholarships for Pueblo youth baseball.
April 8 - The Rockies sign free agents Larry Walker and Bill Swift to multiyear contracts.
April 24 - Following the Oklahoma City bombing, the Rockies make a $32,000 donation to the Red Cross Relief Fund. Initiated by the players and coaching staff, club management joined in the cause.
April 26 - The Rockies inaugurate Coors Field in dramatic fashion. Dante Bichette hits a game-winning three-run homer to beat New York in the 14th inning.
April 29 - The Rockies defeat the Houston Astros, 2-1, in Houston and claim sole possession of first for the first time in club history.
June 13 - Fans flow into Coors Field for the park's first of 203 consecutive sellouts.
June 16 - The Big Cat dedicates 'Andres Galarraga Field' to the Boys and Girls Club of Denver. Galarraga, along with the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, donates $48,000 for the field.
June 25 - Galarraga ties a Major League record by hitting a home run in three consecutive innings, becoming the fourth player in history to accomplish the feat.
June 26 - National League President Leonard Coleman announces that Coors Field has been selected to host the 1998 All-Star Game.
July 7 - National League manager Felipe Alou selects both Dante Bichette and Vinny Castilla to the All-Star squad, marking the first time the Rockies placed more than one representative in the contest. Castilla gets the starting assignment in place of an injured Matt Williams, becoming the first All-Star starter in club history.
July 17 - National cross-checker Herb Hippauf falls short in his battle with cancer. An original member of the scouting staff, he joined the organization in 1992.
July 31 - The Rockies acquire two-time Cy Young winner Bret Saberhagen from the Mets.
August 9 - The Rockies welcome 300 blind and visually impaired athletes to Denver for the 20th annual World Series of Pioneer Beep Baseball. As a sponsor, the club provides equipment, umpires, field expenses and other costs.
October 1 - The Rockies defeat the San Francisco Giants, 10-9, to claim the National League Wild Card, becoming the first expansion team to reach postseason play prior to its eighth year of competition.
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November 2 - Dante Bichette and the Rockies agree to terms on a three-year deal. Later in the month, Bichette finishes second in the NL MVP balloting.
November 7 - Don Baylor receives National League Manager of the Year honors for leading his third-year club to postseason play.
November 16 - Ken Griffey Sr. becomes the fourth batting coach in as many years. Former big- league manager Jackie Moore is also named to the coaching staff.
November 20 - Walt Weiss re-signs with the Rockies, agreeing to a two-year deal with a '98 player option.
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November 27 - All-Star third baseman Vinny Castilla signs a two-year contract, through 1997.