Baseball

May 14, 2001

American League

Who's hot

The Angels set a season high in runs with 14 and matched their best total with 16 hits.

Who's not

The Blue Jays have lost seven in a row at home and nine of 11 overall.

Line of the day

Tanyon Sturtze, Devil Rays starter

IP R H BB SO

7 0 5 2 5

National League

Who's hot

Henry Blanco of the Cardinals has thrown out 10 of 15 would-be base stealers.

Who's not

The Braves have scored one run in four of Greg Maddux's past five starts.

Line of the day

Milton Bradley, Expos center fielder

AB R H RBI HR

6 3 4 5 1

American League

He said it

"I'm tired of pitching badly, with reckless abandon."

Rick Helling, Rangers starter, who allowed four first-inning runs, after falling to 1-6 with a 7.33 ERA.

On deck

Joe Mays of the Twins faces the Royals and goes for his fifth victory in the only AL game on the schedule.

National League

On deck

Wade Miller of the Astros goes for his career-best fourth straight win today, facing the Reds.

He said it

"I was talking to my wife in the stands, and the next thing I know the guys are yelling at me, `Hey, you're starting!' "

Chad Zerbe, who became the Giants' emergency starter when Shawn Estes had trouble loosening up

Orioles

He said it

"That's like the Century Plant. It blooms once every 100 years."

Mike Hargrove, on Yankees closer Mariano Rivera allowing five runs in the 11th inning.

The number

45

Runs generated by the Orioles' 26 home runs.

Schedule

Mon. 14 Off

Tues. 15 @ Det 7:05 CSN

Wed. 16 @ Det 7:05 CSN

Thurs. 17 @ Det 7:05 CSN

Fri. 18 @ Min 7:05 CSN

Sat. 19 @ Min 7:05 CSN

Sun. 20 @ Min 1:35 54, 50

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