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May 25, 1999
Quote: "It was a fun night for me. The funnest night in two years."-- Mets' Jason Isringhausen after pitching six innings in 7-4 loss to Pirates last night, his first game in majors since Sept. 23, 1997. It's a fact: Shortstop Alex Fernandez leadsIt's a fact: Shortstop Alex Fernandez leads the Marlins and National League rookies with 50 hits.Who's hot: The Cardinals' Mark McGwire has hit four homers in his past five games, bringing his career total to 469.Who's not: Giants left-hander Shawn Estes has walked 16 batters in his past four starts, spanning 24 innings.
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July 13, 2002
For The Record Moves Baseball DEVIL RAYS: P Joe Kennedy dropped appeal of seven-game suspension for throwing at Blue Jays C Ken Huckaby on June 6. DODGERS: Activated C Chad Kreuter. Optioned C David Ross to Triple-A Las Vegas. INDIANS: Placed OF Matt Lawton on 15-day DL with strained left calf. Recalled IF-OF Bill Selby from Triple-A Buffalo. Signed former Orioles OF Karim Garcia and P Jason Rakers to minor-league contracts; assigned Garcia to Buffalo. Traded IF Anthony Medrano to Expos for 1B Nick Dempsey.
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By Jamison Hensley | June 3, 1994
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay ... ... ...Time ... ... ... TV ... ... StartersTonight ... ...7:35 ... ... ... HTS .. ..Jason Bere (6-1, 3.34) vs.... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... ..Sid Fernandez (3-2, 4.19)Tomorrow night 7:05 ... .... 13, 50 .. ..Jack McDowell (2-7, 6.24)vs.... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .Jamie Moyer (2-3, 5.34)Sunday ... ... 1:35 ... ... .. 13, 20 ...Alex Fernandez (5-6, 3.33)vs.... ... ... ... .. ... .. ... ... ... ...Mike Oquist (1-1, 4.08)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM)
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July 17, 1999
Quote: "When something like this happens, all you can do is focus on baseball and try to remember what happened with your play. It's just a tragedy, but we have to continue to play."-- Phil Garner, Brewers manager, in the aftermath of construction accident that killed three workers at Brewers' new stadium, Miller Park.It's a fact: Diamondbacks' Bernard Gilkey has six hits in his last 10 at-bats as a pinch hitter.Who's hot: With 2-0 victory, Brewers' Scott Woodard (11-5) won his seventh straight decision.
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By Roch Kubatko | June 7, 1999
At Pro Player Stadium, MiamiDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight 7: 05 HTS Mike Mussina (7-3, 4.26) vs. Ryan Dempster (3-1, 2.89)Tomorrow 7: 05 HTS Jason Johnson (0-1, 9.31) vs. Alex Fernandez (1-3, 2.92)Wednesday 7: 05 HTS Scott Erickson (1-8, 7.11) vs. Dennis Springer (2-6, 3.97)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Marlins updateBefitting a team stripped down since its world championship two years ago, the Marlins are in last place in the NL East and possess the league's worst record.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Evening Sun Staff | April 22, 1991
Orioles, take note. The Chicago White Sox unveiled the spanking new version of Comiskey Park last week, but not without pangs of anxiety and a couple of losses.After the Sox got spanked, 16-0, by Detroit in their stadium christening Thursday, veteran Carlton Fisk offered up this fastball to Chicago writers:"The new stadium was a distraction and it will continue to be. This may not feel like home until July."That should be good news to the Orioles, who play the first night game at new Comiskey tonight (8:05, Ch. 2)
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September 14, 1990
CHICAGO -- Ivan Calderon, batting leadoff for the first time in his career, doubled to start a tie-breaking, three-run third and broke the game open with a three-run homer in the fourth, leading the Chicago White Sox to a 9-6 victory over the Boston Red Sox last night.Boston maintained its four-game lead over Toronto in the American League East because the Blue Jays lost to the Baltimore Orioles.Matt Stark hit a two-run double for his first major-league RBI, and fellow rookie Alex Fernandez (3-3)
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | August 2, 1991
CHICAGO -- They haven't been able to establish a No. 1 starter all year, but this weekend the Orioles will unveil their new Big Three.Ben McDonald, Bob Milacki and Mike Mussina are the scheduled pitchers against the White Sox. The Orioles would like nothing better than to have the three righthanders give an indication they can establish themselves as the cornerstone of a starting rotation.The weekend will present some interesting contrasts. McDonald and Mussina were the No. 1 draft choices for the Orioles the last two years, but they took different routes to the situation they face this weekend.
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By Roch Kubatko | June 7, 1999
At Pro Player Stadium, MiamiDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight 7: 05 HTS Mike Mussina (7-3, 4.26) vs. Ryan Dempster (3-1, 2.89)Tomorrow 7: 05 HTS Jason Johnson (0-1, 9.31) vs. Alex Fernandez (1-3, 2.92)Wednesday 7: 05 HTS Scott Erickson (1-8, 7.11) vs. Dennis Springer (2-6, 3.97)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Marlins updateBefitting a team stripped down since its world championship two years ago, the Marlins are in last place in the NL East and possess the league's worst record.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 27, 1997
MIAMI -- This is baseball in the '90s. The Florida Marlins and Cleveland Indians had not even taken the field for the final game of the 93rd World Series when the talk turned to the possible makeup of both clubs for 1998.The Marlins are in danger of being dismantled. Owner H. Wayne Huizenga put the club up for sale last summer and -- even though the Marlins reached the World Series -- figures to decrease the payroll this winter.The Indians are looking in the other direction. General manager John Hart confirmed yesterday that they are interested in signing a front-line starting pitcher and acquiring a premier second baseman, but probably will wait until after the expansion draft to decide how to go about it."
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 26, 1997
MIAMI -- It happened so fast that even the players had to do a double take. The Florida Marlins were born just five years ago, but they grew quickly into a contending team and -- in record time -- a National League champion."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | October 9, 1997
ATLANTA -- Florida catcher Charles Johnson proved at the National League Championship Series yesterday that he is human.After 175 consecutive games without an error, two-time Gold Glove winner Johnson committed one in the first inning when he threw wildly while trying to retire the fleet Kenny Lofton, who had bunted.Johnson had not erred since June 23, 1996, and had established major-league regular-season records by a catcher for consecutive errorless games in a season (123) and career (171)
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | January 31, 1997
Contract talks can be nasty, but after more than three hours of negotiations yesterday, Orioles ace Mike Mussina and general manager Pat Gillick walked together into the office of public relations director John Maroon and spoke to reporters via speakerphone.Together, Mussina and Gillick share a rosy outlook on the chances of agreeing on a multi-year contract soon, perhaps early next week. "We're going to get there," said Mussina. "I have no doubt."Gillick said: "I'm optimistic. Part of the responsibility of the team and of Mike is to get a deal done.
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By Jason LaCanfora | September 10, 1996
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay .. .. .. .. ..Time .. .. .TV .. .. .. .. .. .. ..StartersTonight .. .. .. .7: 35 .. ..HTS .. .. ..Kevin Tapani (12-8, 4.41).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..vs. David Wells (10-13, 4.69)Tomorrow .. .. ...7: 35 .. ..HTS .. .. ..Wilson Alvarez (15-8, 4.04).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..vs. Rick Krivda (2-4, 5.09)Thursday .. .. ...7: 35 .. .13, 50 .. ...Alex Fernandez (13-9, 3.39).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..vs. Mike Mussina (19-9, 4.61)
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