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April 18, 2003
Who's hot Brad Fullmer of the Angels has reached base in 10 consecutive plate appearances. Who's not Jimmy Haynes became the first Cincinnati pitcher to lose his first four starts since 1963. Line of the day Carlos Baerga, D'backs 2B AB H R RBI HR 5 2 3 7 2 On deck Roger Clemens of the Yankees goes for career victory No. 296 tonight at Minnesota against Brad Radke. He said it "We're glad we got him. We didn't realize he'd be this good. He's probably the biggest surprise for us."
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July 10, 1993
Players who received bonuses for their election to Tuesday's All-Star Game:AMERICAN LEAGUE $100,000 Kirby Puckett, Minn.Cal Ripken, OriolesRick Aguilera, Minn.Roberto Alomar, Tor.Wade Boggs, N.Y.Joe Carter, Tor.Ken Griffey, Sea.Jimmy Key, N.Y.J. Montgomery, K.C.John Olerud, Tor.Greg Vaughn, Milw.Duane Ward, Tor.$25,000 M. Mussina, OriolesCarlos Baerga, Cleve.Albert Belle, Cleve.Cecil Fielder, Det.Travis Fryman, Det.Paul Molitor, Tor.Devon White, Tor.$10,000 Ivan Rodriguez, Tex.NATIONAL LEAGUE $50,000 Darren Daulton, Phi.Tom Glavine, Atl.Bryan Harvey, Fla.David Justice, Atl.John Kruk, Phil.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | April 23, 1996
CLEVELAND -- The Orioles were going to run away from the rest of the AL East, weren't they? They were going to build on their 11-2 start and create a comfortable margin between themselves and the New York Yankees and they were going to bury Boston before the end of April, weren't they?No, they aren't.The Orioles lost their fifth straight last night, falling to Cleveland, 6-3, and in doing so, they've played themselves back into the pack in the AL East. The '96 Orioles and the 1984 Tigers, who started 35-5, have nothing in common.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | May 24, 1998
Two weeks ago, after an Orioles victory in Tampa Bay, the clubhouse televisions were showing a game between Texas and Cleveland.Rafael Palmeiro joked about returning to Texas.Roberto Alomar mused about playing in Cleveland.Little did the free-agent wanna-bes know, their career paths might include an unscheduled stop in New York.Palmeiro and Alomar for Mets first baseman John Olerud, second baseman Carlos Baerga and pitcher Dave Mlicki?Do it.Just Alomar for Baerga.Do it.Some other combination?
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | June 21, 1993
CLEVELAND -- They had to weather two rain delays and five pitching changes, but the Orioles put the finishing touches on a highly successful road trip with a 6-3 win over the Cleveland Indians yesterday.This one wasn't pretty, as the Orioles gave away a run on a double steal in the first inning and failed to capitalize on a bases-loaded opportunity with nobody out in the seventh. But, because of their overall success on the trip, the final victory carried extra satisfaction."I would say 7-3 is acceptable,"said manager Johnny Oates.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | October 4, 1992
CLEVELAND -- Outfielder Brady Anderson scored two run yesterday to become the sixth player in Orioles history to score 100 or more in a season.Anderson scored from first base on a single and an error in the fifth inning of the Orioles' 7-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians and achieved the most important goal set for him by manager Johnny Oates at the start of the season.The 100th run came courtesy of left fielder Thomas Howard, who let a base hit by Luis Mercedes go through his legs. Anderson had manufactured his 99th run in the third inning, when he walked and stole second base to set up an RBI single by Cal Ripken.
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By Jim Henneman BTC and Jim Henneman BTC,Staff Writer | October 3, 1992
With no 2nd chance, it's show timeCLEVELAND -- With the Orioles eliminated for a chance at a share of second place, manager Johnny Oates has more flexibility with his lineup for the final games."
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May 14, 1995
* Rockies catcher Joe Girardi is a Wednesday type of guy, judging by his statistics on this particular day of the week. He's hitting .750 (12-for-16), with nine RBIs.* With the promotion of shortstop Alex Rodriguez to the majors, the Mariners have six former first-round picks on its roster - Ken Griffey, Tino Martinez, Ron Villone, Dan Wilson, Joey Cora and Rodriguez.* In a three-game series in Colorado last week, the Dodgers scored 35 runs, batting .393 with eight doubles, five triples and five homers.
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By Brad Snyder | August 15, 1995
On the field: Bobby Bonilla, playing right field last night, certainly didn't show any signs of the shaky fielding he displayed at third base and in left field in Boston. He threw out Kenny Lofton trying to stretch a bloop single into a double in the first, barehanded a ball off the scoreboard and nearly threw out Albert Belle at second an inning later and made a nice running catch on a ball hit by Alvaro Espinoza in the third.In the dugout: Manager Phil Regan pulled Jamie Moyer, who trailed 5-4 in the fifth, and put in Jim Dedrick, recently called up from Rochester.
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By Buster Olney | April 22, 1996
At Jacobs Field, ClevelandTonight 7: 05 HTS, Starters: Scott Erickson (1-0, 3.50)vs. Charles Nagy (2-0, 3.32)Tomorrow 7: 05 HTS, Starters: Mike Mussina (3-1, 3.00)vs. Albie Lopez (no record)Radio: Both games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Indians updateThe last time the Orioles and Indians played, Cleveland was a mess, making errors, pitching poorly, hitting worse. Since then, the Indians have recovered, to no one's surprise, winning eight of their last nine, including a three-game sweep of Boston over the weekend.
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