Hot corner

June 16, 2000

Quote: "Now we know how other teams feel. I've been here since 1990 and have never really been in a pennant race." - Cleveland's veteran catcher Sandy Alomar, on trailing the hot White Sox by five games.

It's a fact: The White Sox became the AL's first 40-win team with their first sweep at Jacobs Field and first in Cleveland since the final games at old Cleveland Stadium in 1993.

Who's hot: Tampa Bay's Fred McGriff has four homers and 11 RBIs in nine games against Anaheim.

Who's not: Detroit's Juan Gonzalez is hearing boo-birds at home after going 0-for-5 against Toronto Wednesday night.

On deck: The AL Central-leading White Sox travel to the Bronx to face the AL East-leading Yankees.

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