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May 31, 1998

Quote: "He was basically a different pitcher than the other day. He had his good ol' stuff." -- Yankees' Paul O'Neill on Red Sox's Bret Saberhagen, against whom he went hitless yesterday.

It's a fact: The Devil Rays have the fewest errors in the AL, 25. They're on a pace to commit 76 this season; the record for fewest errors is 84 by the '88 Twins.

Who's hot: The Tigers' Damion Easley extended his AL season-best hitting streak to 19 games with a single.

Who's not: The Devil Rays' Fred McGriff has gone 26 games without a homer, a stretch of 98 at-bats.

On deck: Another big crowd is expected in New York today for finale of four-game series when Yankees' Andy Pettitte faces the Red Sox's Pedro Martinez.

Pub Date: 5/31/98

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