Notable

May 07, 1999

Twins: Minnesota pitchers have allowed a home run in 24 of 28 games and have surrendered 41 overall. The Twins have hit 18. Brad Radke, who pitched six innings, allowing nine hits, came into the game 1-6 in his career against the Yankees, 0-4 at the Metrodome.

Yankees: Paul O'Neill was thrown out at home in the third after he tried to score from first on Bernie Williams' double.

Devil Rays: DH Jose Canseco was given the day off after leaving Wednesday's game with a bruised right knee. Herbert Perry's fourth-inning single was his first major-league hit since June 8, 1996, with Cleveland.

Indians: Wil Cordero was making his first start since April 28, when he was hit by a pitch and bruised his right wrist. First baseman Jim Thome sat out Game 2 of his three-game suspension for charging the mound in Boston last month. Shortstop Omar Vizquel missed his third straight game with a sore thigh muscle. He's expected back in lineup Sunday.

Mariners: Starter Jamie Moyer gave up four runs and five hits in 5 1/3 innings with five walks.

Angels: Mo Vaughn was 0-for-4 with three strikeouts, only the fourth time in 15 games he has gone hitless. Randy Velarde was a late scratch from the lineup because of a stiff upper back.

Tigers: Bryce Florie was the seventh pitcher to make a start for Detroit this season.

Pub Date: 5/07/99

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