Hot corner

September 09, 1998

Quote: "We got a big home run with two outs and then we didn't do anything the rest of the day." -- Brewers manager Phil Garner, whose team squandered the 7-0 lead that homer produced.

It's a fact: Marlon Anderson is the first Phillie to homer in his first at-bat since Ed Sanicki did it on Sept. 14, 1949.

Who's hot: The Mets' Mike Piazza went 2-for-3 and is 23-for-41 (.560) in his past 13 games with 15 RBIs.

Who's not: The Pirates' Kevin Young, who needs one RBI for 100, is hitless in 18 at-bats.

On deck: The Braves' Tom Glavine attempts to become the NL's first 19-game winner tonight.

Pub Date: 9/09/98

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