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July 27, 2000

Quote: "You could see the fire in his eyes. He pretty much got killed in his last outing." - Oakland slugger Matt Stairs on teammate Tim Hudson after yesterday's 6-1 win.

It's a fact: Cleveland's Bartolo Colon struck out the first six batters against Toronto yesterday, tying a team record set by Bob Feller set in 1938 against Detroit.

Who's hot: Kansas City's Jermaine Dye has hit three two-run homers in his last two games.

Who's not: Chicago White Sox pitcher James Baldwin has allowed a league high 28 homers.

On deck: The Boston Red Sox begin a stretch of playing 13 of their next 16 games on the road starting tonight against Oakland.

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