Notable

September 23, 1996

Astros: Houston went 0-8 on its three-city road trip to finish September 0-12 on the road, breaking the club record of 11 consecutive road losses set in August 1967. . . . The Astros finished the season 0-6 in Miami.

Braves: Jeff Blauser made his first start since July 15, when he was hit by a pitch, breaking a bone in his left hand. . . . Rookie Andruw Jones had hit first four-hit game and drove in two runs.

Cardinals: Right fielder Brian Jordan (Milford Mill) was back in the lineup after missing two games because of a sore left wrist. He was 1-for-7.

Giants: Barry Bonds drew his 145th walk, most in Giants franchise history. He also got his 125th RBI, tying Kevin Mitchell for most by a San Francisco left fielder.

Indians: Cleveland is 15-5 in September.

Mariners: Seattle drew a single-season record 2,722,074 fans. The previous mark was 2,147,905 set in 1991.

Phillies: Benito Santiago is hitting .440 in his past six games with five homers and 10 RBIs.

Pirates: The Pittsburgh club record for consecutive wins is 16, set in 1909.

Tigers: Brian Moehler was the 27th pitcher used by the team this season ...

Twins: Minnesota pitchers have allowed 19 homers in their last 10 games.

Pub Date: 9/23/96

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