AL hot corner

September 27, 2000

Quote: "What's personal is our record. It's an indication of my season. Everybody is that way. We're all here to win. We didn't do that, and that's the bottom line." - Rangers shortstop Royce Clayton

It's a fact: Cleveland and Chicago, which met on Opening Day in 1901, will meet in the opener next year to celebrate the league's 100th anniversary.

Who's hot: The Red Sox's Nomar Garciaparra has a 17-game hitting streak.

Who's not: The Yankees have lost 10 of 13.

On deck: The Devil Rays will salute Glen Burnie grad Tony Saunders today at Tropicana Field. Saunders retired after breaking his left arm for the second time Aug. 24.

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