Baseball

May 03, 2001

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Who's hot

Tigers' Jose Maciashad his second straight three-hit game against the Rangers.

Who's not

Derek Jeter has only eight hits in his past 41 at-bats.

Line of the night

Marty Cordova, Indians left fielder

AB R H RBI HR

4 1 3 3 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Who's hot

The Expos entered last night with the best bullpen ERA in the majors at 2.13.

Who's not

Rey Ordonezof the Mets made his fourth error of the season. That matches his total for the 1999 season.

Line of the night

Greg Maddux, Braves starter

IP H R BB SO

9 2 0 1 14

AMERICAN LEAGUE

He said it

"We were close to calling that game." Dan Morrison, crew chief, on the Twins' fans throwing articles at Yankees' Chuck Knoblauch in last night's Minnesota win.

On deck

Jamie Moyer, a former Oriole, will look to improve to 5-0 tonight for the Mariners as they meet the Red Sox.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

On deck

Ben Sheets, who pitched for the U.S. Olympic team last year, leads the Brewers against the Braves.

He said it

"I was not aiming at his head. I could kill him if I did that. I'm not that kind of person." Jose Lima, Astros pitcher, on hitting Mets' Jay Payton.

ORIOLES

He said it

"The key is you always have to be mentally ready. If you're mentally ready, you can achieve anything." Pitcher Chuck McElroy, who starts tonight against the New York Yankees.

The number .255

The O's average in their past 12 games.

Schedule

Thurs. 3

NYY 7:05 CSN

Fri. 4

NYY 7:05 CSN

Sat. 5

NYY 1:35 13,50

Sun. 6

NYY 1:35 13,50

Mon. 7

Off

Tues. 8

@ Tam 7:15

Wed. 9

@ Tam 7:15 CSN

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