Notable AMERICAN LEAGUE

April 14, 1996

Angels: Gary DiSarcina's double ended an 0-for-18 streak. . . . Randy Velarde's two doubles ended an 0-for-12 slump that included eight strikeouts.

Blue Jays: Ed Sprague is 0-for-15 lifetime against Chris Bosio after going 0-for-2 against him. . . . Joe Carter was 0-for-4, ending his nine-game hitting streak.

Indians: Cleveland stole four bases off Jamie Moyer -- three without drawing a throw. Julio Franco had two of them.

Mariners: Seattle's 7-4 mark matches its best start after 11 games (1980, '84, '85, '95).

Rangers: Roger Pavlik is 6-1 lifetime against New York. . . . The Rangers ended an eight-game losing streak at Yankee Stadium, where they had not won since 1993.

Red Sox: John Valentin batted first, the fourth leadoff hitter this .. year.

Tigers: Detroit has scored 38 of its 76 runs this year on homers.

Pub Date: 4/14/96

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