Baseball

July 11, 2005

BATTING LINE OF THE DAY

Rafael Furcal, Braves SS

AB R H RBI HR

5 1 5 1 1

PITCHING LINE OF THE DAY

Neal Cotts, White Sox

IP H R BB SO

2/3 2 3 4 1

WHO'S HOT

The Mariners entered the series with the fewest runs and lowest batting average in the AL, but outscored the Angels 33-13 and had 47 hits in the four victories.

WHO'S NOT

The Devil Rays have lost 14 of 16 and, at 28-61, have their second-worst record at the All-Star break in eight years of existence.

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