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April 18, 1999

Quote: "I'm not used to the cold; I'm from down South. On a day like this, we're usually thinking about sitting around watching a football game."

-- Pirates' Warren Morris, whose RBI single in the 10th brought everybody in from the unseasonal cold in Cincinnati.

It's a fact: The attendance of 33,479 was the largest second-date crowd in Brewers' history. The previous high was 24,972 in 1988.

Who's hot: Mets relievers Armando Benitez and John Franco kept their ERAs at 0.00.

Who's not: The Mets' Bobby Bonilla went 0-for-3, dropping his average to .176.

On deck: Cubs left-hander Brad Woodall, claimed off waivers from the Brewers after spring training, will start today against his former team.

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