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May 27, 1998

Quote: "It was like my son's Little League game, the way we were throwing the ball around. But we survived and I'm glad it's over."

-- Devil Rays' Wade Boggs after Tampa Bay and Oakland combined for four errors.

It's a fact: The Athletics' Rickey Henderson went 0-for-5, keeping him one hit shy of becoming the 62nd player in major-league history to reach 2,600.

Who's hot: The Rangers lead the American League with a .325 team batting average at home (327-for-1,007).

Who's not: Toronto's 5-2 win extended Boston's losing streak to a season-high four games.

On deck: Angels right-hander Omar Olivares (2-1) goes for his first career win against Kansas City. He is 0-2 with an 11.58 ERA in five appearances against the Royals.

Pub Date: 5/27/98

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