Baseball

May 29, 2001

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Who's hot

The Twins are off to their best start (32-16) since beginning the 1970 season with a 32-15 record.

Who's not

Chuck Finley of the Indians has allowed 16 runs in his past two road starts, lasting two-plus innings.

Line of the night

John Olerud, Mariners first baseman

AB R H RBI 2B

5 1 4 2 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Who's hot

Albert Pujols and the Cardinals. The rookie is hitting .359 with 51 RBIs in 49 games as St. Louis has won 15 of 20.

Who's not

Deion Sanders' bunt ended 0-for-19 skid - longest by a Red this season. He is hitting .167 since May 1 call-up.

Line of the day

Paul LoDuca, Dodgers catcher

AB R H RBI HR

6 3 6 4 1

ORIOLES He said it

"Counting all the litmus tests you've produced for us, this might be the 10th one."

Manager Mike Hargrove,to reporters asking the significance of the O's upcoming road trip.

The number

0

RBIs for former Oriole Rafael Palmeiro, who went 2-for-14 in series.

Schedule

Tues. 29

@Sea 10:05 54,50

Wed. 30

@Sea 10:05 CSN

Thurs. 31

@Sea 10:05 54,50

Fri. 1

@Oak 9:35 CSN

Sat. 2

@Oak 4:05 54,50

Sun. 3

@Oak 4:05 54,50

Mon. 4

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