Baseball

May 19, 2001

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Who's hot

Shannon Stewart of the Blue Jays is 9-for-19 against the Rangers this season.

Who's not

The Devil Rays have allowed eight or more runs 17 times in 41 games and double digits eight times.

Line of the day

Aaron Myette, Rangers starting pitcher

IP R H BB SO

3 1/3 7 6 2 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Who's hot

Barry Bonds of the Giants has 16 home runs in his past 31 games.

Who's not

Gary Sheffield of the Dodgers is 0-for-16 in his past four games.

Line of the day

Omar Daal Phillies starting pitcher

IP R H BB SO

8 0 2 1 6

AMERICAN LEAGUE

"I don't want a lot of bad e-mail from Japan. How do you rest him? But we will rest him, believe me."

Lou Piniella, Mariners manager, who has played Ichiro Suzuki in every game this season

On deck

Jaret Wright of the Indians, who had shoulder surgery in August, makes his first start today in Anaheim.

NATIONAL LEAGUE

He said it

"I put everything I had into it and it still didn't go out. In Colorado, it would have been way gone."

Milton Bradley of the Expos, on his first-inning double against the Padres last night

On deck

The Padres are on pace to break the NL record of 732 walks, set by the 1947 Dodgers.

ORIOLES

The number

.294

Average against Willis Roberts with runners on base, compared to .206 with bases empty.

He said it

"Hopefully I can turn it around and help my teammates. I don't want to be an embarrassment to them."

Brook Fordyce, slumping Orioles catcher.

SCHEDULE

Sat.......Sun..........Mon.........Tues. .........Wed...........Thurs............Fri.

19..........20..............21.......... ...22..............23...............24..................25

Min........Min...........Off............ Ana...........Ana.............Off................Tex

7:05.......1:35......................... .7:05...........3:05..................................7:05

CSN......54,50.........................C SN.....................................................13

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