Notable AMERICAN LEAGUE

April 03, 1996

Indians: The crowd of 42,289 was the largest for a regular-season game at Jacobs Field and represented the 53rd straight sellout. All of Cleveland's home games this year are sold out. . . . Manager Mike Hargrove threw out the ceremonial first pitch, subbing for Dave Winfield. Winfield, who retired after spending last season with Cleveland, was to have thrown out the first pitch Monday, but had a commitment yesterday in Seattle that kept him from staying over after snow postponed the opener.

Red Sox: Left-hander Vaughn Eshelman threw five no-hit innings in a Double-A game Monday.

Pub Date: 4/03/96

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