Notable

September 22, 1999

Indians: Harold Baines has 99 RBIs, 18 since he was acquired from the Orioles on Aug. 27.

Tigers: Rookie right-hander Jeff Weaver (8-12) has been scratched from his scheduled start tomorrow against the Indians. Willie Blair (2-11) will pitch in his place.

White Sox: The team announced ticket prices for home games in 2000 will remain the same for the third straight year.

Yankees: Chuck Knoblauch, whose 26 errors are tied with Chicago's Greg Norton for the AL lead, has been experimenting with sidearm throws from second base. Every Yankees team that has held a lead of at least six games during any season has finished first, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. New York's largest lead this year was 8 1/2 games.

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