Baseball

September 20, 2001

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Who's hot

Freddy Garcia of the Mariners pitched his third shutout in beating Angels, 4-0, Tuesday.

Who's not

David Cone of the Red Sox is winless in his last four starts.

Line of the day

Aubrey Huff, Devil Rays designated hitter

AB R H RBI HR

5 1 3 5 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Who's hot

Albert Pujols of the Cardinals broke a 61-year-old NL record for RBIs as a rookie. Three yesterday gave him 120.

Who's not

The Brewers, out scored 35-7 in five straight losses.

Line of the day

Eric Young, Cubs second baseman

AB R H RBI HR

3 4 3 0 0

He said it

"Maybe we can make this city proud of us, the way we're proud of them." Todd Zeile, Mets first baseman

On deck

Los Angeles tries to make up ground on visiting NL West leader Arizona.

The Bonds watch

Yesterday, vs. Houston

AB R H RBI HR

3 0 1 0 0

Home runs through 146 games:

63

Today: vs. Houston, Wade Miller

He said it

"There's a certain solitude, a certain peace, hitting off a tee. I experienced it the last couple days in Camden Yards ... the joy of being in a ballpark by myself." Cal Ripken, who's added onfield tee work to routine

The number

0

Games won by the Orioles in September.

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