Notable

October 02, 1999

Astros: Carl Everett has hit safely in 31 of 39 games since coming off the disabled list on Aug. 6.

Braves: Ryan Klesko's homer was his fourth in 48 games.

Cardinals: The last two games of the series are also sold out, and the team will break the club attendance record of 3,194,092 set last year. Mark McGwire has played on his birthday eight times, and has three homers. Jon Lieber topped 200 innings for the first time in his career. Shortstop Edgar Renteria had two errors, and leads the team with 26.

Dodgers: Mark Grudzielanek (.326) is trying to become the first Dodgers shortstop to hit over .300 since Maury Wills hit .302 in 1963.

Pub Date: 10/02/99

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