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April 23, 2000

Quote: "I knew I hit it good when I hit it, but I didn't know I'd hit it that good." -- Padres' Ryan Klesko, whose home run hit the wall of Union Station, beyond the fence of Houston's Enron Field about 25 feet above field level.

It's a fact: Commissioner Bud Selig was in Arizona and watched the end of the Suns-Spurs playoff game on a TV in the stands with Diamondbacks and Suns general partner Jerry Colangelo.

Who's hot: Dodgers' Gary Sheffield has homered in five of his past seven games while hitting .382.

Who's not: Astros' Tim Bogar is hitless in his past 19 at-bats.

On deck: The Hall of Fame loaned its plaque honoring Roberto Clemente to the Sen. John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center, where it will remain through Labor Day, marking the first time a player's plaque has been displayed outside of Cooperstown, N.Y.

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