AL hot corner

June 17, 2000

Quote: "I wouldn't want to be anywhere else. Whether I'm under the microscope or not under the microscope it is still a problem. It won't go away if I'm not here." - Yankees second baseman Chuck Knoblauch on wanting to stay in New York despite his throwing problems.

It's a fact: Knoblauch committed three errors in a game for the first time in his career on Thursday night against the Chicago White Sox. He won a Gold Glove in 1997 while playing for the Minnesota Twins.

Who's hot: Chicago White Sox pitcher James Baldwin shut down the Yankees last night to improve to 10-1. He is the first White Sox pitcher since Joel Horlen in 1967 to start the year 10-1.

Who's not: The Texas Rangers have lost nine straight.

On deck: Blue Jays left-hander David Wells will go for his 11th win today when Toronto Blue plays the Boston Red Sox.

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