1992:
McLane is formally introduced as the new owner of the Astros and the master lease for the Astrodome, Astrohall and Astroarena properties on November 9

Two separate companies are formed, the Houston Astros Baseball Club and Astrodome USA

McLane is inducted into the Texas Business Hall of Fame

1995:
McLane is inducted into the Texas Baseball Hall of Fame

1996:
On November 5, Harris County voters approve the construction of a new ballpark in downtown Houston

1997:
Astros win first of three straight NL Central titles

Construction begins on the new ballpark on November 1

McLane receives the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievement

McLane receives an Honorary Doctorate from Michigan State University

1998:
Astros set a franchise record for wins by going 102-60 en route to their second consecutive NL Central title

McLane receives the Herbert Hoover Award from Food Distributors International

1999:
An agreement is reached with Enron Corporation on April 7 for naming rights to the new ballpark, Enron Field

Astros win third consecutive NL Central title

2000:
Enron Field is opened in downtown Houston

The Astros in Action Foundation is formed

McLane receives the Father of the Year Award from the Houston Community Partners

2001:
Astros win fourth NL Central title in franchise history

Astros named Organization of the Year by Baseball America, TOPPS, SportsTicker and Baseball Weekly

2002:
McLane receives the Distinguished Leadership Award from Leadership Houston

On June 5, the ballpark is renamed Minute Maid Park after an agreement is reached with Minute Maid Company

2004:
Astros host the MLB All-Star Game at Minute Maid Park

Astros earn Wild Card berth, advance to National League Championship Series

McLane receives the Silver Buffalo Award from the Boy Scouts of America

2005:
Astros rally from 15-30 record to earn historic Wild Card berth

Astros win first National League Pennant in franchise history

Astros host first World Series game played in the state of Texas

McLane is the recipient of NASA's Public Service Award

Scott and White Memorial Hospital creates the Elizabeth and Drayton McLane Jr. Chair in Health and Wellness

2008:
McLane, the Astros In Action Foundation, and Astros players and staff combine to make a $1 million donation to the Hurricane Ike Relief Fund

McLane receives the Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service

McLane receives the Ethical Leadership Award from the University of St. Thomas

McLane receives the Russell H. Perry Free Enterprise Award from Dallas Baptist University

2009:
Michigan St. University names its new baseball field McLane Baseball Stadium after Drayton and wife, Elizabeth, contribute $4 million toward the new facility

2010:
McLane receives the "Regent Emeritus" title from Baylor University

Astros open new Latin American Home in the Dominican Republic

Astros MLB Urban Youth Academy is opened in North Houston

Astros reach 30-million fan mark at Minute Maid Park