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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | November 1, 1998
The price of poker already has gone up.Mike Piazza became the first superstar free agent to sign a long-term deal after the 1998 season, and his seven-year, $91 million contract with the New York Mets raised the stakes in this year's free-agent market before it even opened.Piazza signed within the window when clubs have exclusive rights to negotiate with the free agents who were under contract to them at the end of the '98 season.That restriction will be lifted Friday, and at that time baseball's annual player auction will begin in earnest.
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July 7, 2004
He said it "I played with Vladimir Guerrero and Sammy Sosa. And I've seen Bernie Williams get as hot as anybody, but what Pudge is doing is unbelievable." Rondell White, on Tigers teammate Ivan Rodriguez On deck Tony Batista of the Expos is four hits shy of 1,000 for his nine-year career.
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August 17, 1998
Hitting Bernie Williams, Yankees: 4-for-5, HR. Roberto Kelly, Rangers: 2 HRs. Matt Lawton, Twins: 4-for-5, double. Pub Date: 8/17/98
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By LAURA VECSEY | October 22, 2003
MIAMI - After watching Josh Beckett duel inning for inning until the eighth with Yankees veteran Mike Mussina in Game 3 of the World Series last night, it was easy to see how the Florida Marlins got this far in the post-season. Beckett had a no-hitter, except for the three hits Yankees spark plug Derek Jeter rapped out, including the fateful double that finally knocked Beckett out of the game. It wasn't a matter of solving Beckett. No other Yankee could catch up to the fastballs he blew by them.
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May 28, 1998
HittingTodd Walker, Twins: 4-for-4, triple, HR, 2 RBIs.Bernie Williams, Yankees: single, triple, HR, 5 RBIs.PitchingJose Rosado, Royals: 9 innings, 0 runs, 5 hits.Pub Date: 5/28/98
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May 21, 2002
Who's hot Bernie Williams of the Yankees has homered in five of his past six games. Who's not Ray Durham of the White Sox is in an 0-for-14 slump. Line of the day Jason Varitek, Red Sox C AB R H RBI HR 3 3 3 2 1
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May 26, 2002
It's a fact Bernie Williams of the Yankees was named one of People magazine's 50 most beautiful people. Milestone Pedro Martinez struck out the side on 9 pitches May 18, the first Red Sox pitcher to do so and 35th in history. The number 3,507: number of strikeouts Randy Johnson has, ninth all-time, two behind Walter Johnson.
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October 8, 1996
The American League Championship Series between the Orioles and New York Yankees, which will begin tonight, is previewed in Orioles Extra. Included in the comprehensive fan's guide is a profile of Roberto Alomar, a look at the Orioles' tumultuous season, Buster Olney's player matchups, team analyses, a column by Ken Rosenthal and stories about the Yankees' Joe Torre and Bernie Williams. Section DPub Date: 10/08/96
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August 12, 1997
Blue Jays: Joe Carter's homer was his 374th, moving him past Rocky Colavito into 37th place all-time.Braves: The sellout crowd gave the team a season attendance of 2,536,239, the sixth consecutive year it has surpassed 2.5 million. Shortstop Jeff Blauser didn't start for the second game in a row after being spiked on his left foot.Mets: Pete Harnisch is 0-6 in 12 starts in the majors since winning last Aug. 8.Rangers: Catcher Ivan Rodriguez, who signed a five-year, $42 million contract on July 31, took the night off. He has six hits in his past 40 games.
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By Mark Herrmann and Mark Herrmann,NEWSDAY | October 2, 2003
NEW YORK - Every game in the playoffs is a brand-new season, New York Yankees manager Joe Torre said yesterday as he tried to make Tuesday's Game 1 loss to Minnesota seem like it happened years ago. He held a rally-the-troops team meeting, then promised he will shuffle his lineup tonight. "You can't carry baggage from yesterday into tomorrow," he said as the team took batting practice during a workout at Yankee Stadium. He would not share anything from the meeting, and he offered no hint on what the batting order will look like in Game 2 of the Division Series tonight except to say, "It will be different."
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May 26, 2002
It's a fact Bernie Williams of the Yankees was named one of People magazine's 50 most beautiful people. Milestone Pedro Martinez struck out the side on 9 pitches May 18, the first Red Sox pitcher to do so and 35th in history. The number 3,507: number of strikeouts Randy Johnson has, ninth all-time, two behind Walter Johnson.
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January 26, 2000
What is your favorite Super Bowl memory? Brett Favre, quarterback, Green Bay Packers: "I changed a play at the line of scrimmage in my first Super Bowl, in 1997. It was the third play of the game. It went for a touchdown. We hadn't run that play all season. What a way to start the Super Bowl!" Charles Haley, linebacker, San Francisco 49ers: "I remember watching my teammate Joe Montana throw the winning touchdown pass in 1989. I was standing on the sideline. There were 34 seconds to play.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | November 1, 1998
The price of poker already has gone up.Mike Piazza became the first superstar free agent to sign a long-term deal after the 1998 season, and his seven-year, $91 million contract with the New York Mets raised the stakes in this year's free-agent market before it even opened.Piazza signed within the window when clubs have exclusive rights to negotiate with the free agents who were under contract to them at the end of the '98 season.That restriction will be lifted Friday, and at that time baseball's annual player auction will begin in earnest.
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By Ken Rosenthal | August 27, 1998
CHICAGO -- The Yankees committed to Bernie Williams, Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada. The Braves committed to Chipper Jones, Andruw Jones and Ryan Klesko. But will the Orioles commit to Calvin Pickering, Jerry Hairston and Ryan Minor?Owner Peter Angelos has shown a clear preference for big-name veteran talent. But for the first time in his five-year run, the Orioles' farm system is producing quality alternatives, options that simply weren't available before.Pickering (first base), Hairston (second)
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