Baseball

September 10, 2001

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Who's hot

The Blue Jays are 23-7 against the Tigers since 1999 and haven't lost a season series to Detroit since 1995.

Who's not

Steve Woodard of the Indians failed to pitch out of the fourth inning for the third straight time.

Line of the day

Magglio Ordonez, White Sox right fielder

AB R H RBI HR

5 2 3 2 1

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Who's hot

Adrian Beltre of the Dodgers extended his hitting streak to 15 games.

Who's not

The Brewers have struck out 1,223 times this season, 45 short of the major-league record set by Detroit in 1996.

Line of the day

Fernando Vina, Cardi nals second baseman

AB R H RBI HR

5 2 4 2 1

He said it

"I'm getting a little tired of being embarrassed. We all have pride on the field. I see it slipping, and I don't want to see it get any further." Joe Kerrigan, Red Sox manager, on his team.

On deck

Roger Clemens of the Yankees tries to become the first pitcher in major-league history to start a season 20-1.

The Bonds watch

Yesterday, at Colorado

AB R H RBI HR

5 3 3 5 3

Total

through 144 games:

63

Tomorrow: vs. Houston, Dave Mlicki

The Ripken countdown

20 Total games remaining

10 Home games remaining

Highlight: On June 14, 1996, Ripken broke the world record of Japan's Sachio Kinugasa by playing in his 2,216th consecutive game.

Schedule

Mon. 10

off

Tue. 11

Tor 7:05 CSN

Wed. 12

Tor 7:05 CSN

Thur. 13

Tor 7:05 CSN

Fri 14

Bos 7:05 CSN

Sat. 15

Bos (2) 1:15 7:05*

Sun. 16

Bos 1:35 54,50

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