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September 12, 1998
HittingEric Davis, Orioles: 5 RBIs, HR.Rafael Palmeiro, Orioles: 4-for-4, HR.PitchingBret Saberhagen, Red Sox: 6 innings, 0 runs, 5 hits.Pub Date: 9/12/98
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By DAN CONNOLLY | April 3, 2007
Break in tradition It was a strange season opener for the Orioles. No orange carpet to run down. No orange and black balloons to loft into the afternoon sky. For that matter, there was no afternoon, no sky. For only the third time in the past 28 years, the Orioles began their regular season on the road, playing against the Minnesota Twins at the sold-out Metrodome. It was the first time since 1995 they didn't open at Camden Yards. It was only the second time in club history they've opened at night and the first start in a dome.
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April 26, 1998
Hitting Juan Gonzalez, Rangers: 3-for-4, 5 RBIs.Ron Coomer, Twins: 4 RBIs, grand slam.Robin Ventura, White Sox: 4 RBIs, HR.PitchingKen Hill, Angels: 7 2/3 innings, 1 run, 5 hits.Bret Saberhagen, Red Sox: 6 innings, 1 run, 3 hits.Pub Date: 4/26/98
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January 8, 2003
A partial list of eligible first-time players for upcoming Hall of Fame elections: 2004:Joe Carter, Dennis Eckersley, Jimmy Key, Dennis Martinez, Paul Molitor, Terry Pendleton, Juan Samuel. 2005:Wade Boggs, Tom Candiotti, Chili Davis, Willie McGee, Jeff Montgomery, Terry Steinbach. 2006:Albert Belle, Will Clark, Gary Gaetti, Orel Hershiser. 2007:Harold Baines, Scott Brosius, Jose Canseco, Eric Davis, Tony Gwynn, Stan Javier, Wally Joyner, Mark McGwire, Paul O'Neill, Cal Ripken, Bret Saberhagen.
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January 8, 2003
A partial list of eligible first-time players for upcoming Hall of Fame elections: 2004:Joe Carter, Dennis Eckersley, Jimmy Key, Dennis Martinez, Paul Molitor, Terry Pendleton, Juan Samuel. 2005:Wade Boggs, Tom Candiotti, Chili Davis, Willie McGee, Jeff Montgomery, Terry Steinbach. 2006:Albert Belle, Will Clark, Gary Gaetti, Orel Hershiser. 2007:Harold Baines, Scott Brosius, Jose Canseco, Eric Davis, Tony Gwynn, Stan Javier, Wally Joyner, Mark McGwire, Paul O'Neill, Cal Ripken, Bret Saberhagen.
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September 11, 1999
Quote: "This is the big leagues. How could you not be motivated?" -- A's rookie pitcher Tim Hudson, who has won eight straightIt's a fact: The A's are 30-16 against AL East teams, including 6-1 against the Devil Rays.Who's hot: The Royals' Johnny Damon has stolen 23 straight bases.Who's not: The White Sox have lost 13 of 15.On deck: Bret Saberhagen, just off the DL, will start for the Red Sox tomorrow, replacing Kent Merker.
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August 18, 1999
Blue Jays: Toronto is 0-5 on its current homestand. Shannon Stewart extended his hitting streak to 16 games.Devil Rays: Tampa Bay turned three double plays yesterday after making five Monday, raising its major-league-leading total to 149.Tigers: Detroit relievers have allowed eight runs in their past 42 innings, a 1.80 ERA.Indians: Einar Diaz is batting .429 (18-for-42) with two out and runners in scoring position. Carlos Baerga's homer was his first with Cleveland since July 24, 1996.Rangers: Texas has 17 homers in its past five games.
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By Joe Strauss | June 3, 1998
Fenway Park, BostonDay .. .. .. .. ..Time .. .. ..TV .. .. .. .. .. ..StartersTonight .. .. .. .7:05 .. .. .HTS .. .. ...Doug Johns (1-1, 3.72).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .vs. Derek Lowe (0-4, 4.36)Tomorrow .. .. ...7:05 .. .13, 50 .. .. ...Sidney Ponson (0-2, 6.92).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .vs. Bret Saberhagen (6-3, 5.73)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Red Sox updateForget the Yankees. The surprising Red Sox represent the team the Orioles must catch to have a legitimate shot at postseason play.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | December 12, 2001
BOSTON - Orioles pitcher Jason Johnson, who reversed a traumatic 2000 season by becoming his staff's leading winner despite dealing with juvenile diabetes, was named co-recipient yesterday of the Tony Conigliaro Award presented annually to a major-league player who overcomes adversity in the spirit of the late Boston Red Sox right fielder. Johnson, 28, suffers from an acute strain of the disease that must be monitored regularly. He adopted an insulin pump last season that he wore at all times except during games.
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April 17, 2000
Quote: "If you would have told me we would go out there and hit back-to-back homers off [John] Wetteland to win it, I would have said you were crazy." -- Indians' Jim Thome after he and Manny Ramirez did It's a fact: Yesterday's crowd of 24,686 marked the first time in Tigers history that the club had drawn at least 20,000 for six straight home games in April. Who's hot: The Yankees are the only unbeaten team at home. Who's not: The Blue Jays allowed 47 runs in three games to the Mariners, a team record for three consecutive games.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1999
Once again, the planets are aligned just right for the New York Yankees, who will find their way back to the World Series even though they bear surprisingly little resemblance to the magical team that cakewalked to the title last year.The Yankees were ordained in 1998. They can thank their lucky stars in 1999.They are the one contending team that never had to worry about facing Pedro Martinez twice in the best-of-five Division Series, since a division champion cannot face a wild-card entry from its division in the first round.
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By Roch Kubatko | October 1, 1999
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay ...............Time ...........TV ..........................StartersTonight .........7: 05 ........HTS ...........Bret Saberhagen (10-6, 3.00) vs...........................................................Doug Linton (1-3, 5.60)Tomorrow ......7: 05 .......HTS ...........Ramon Martinez (1-1, 4.30) vs...........................................................Doug Johns (6-3, 4.35)Sunday ..........1: 35 .......HTS ...........Undecided vs. Sidney Ponson.......
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By ROCK KUBATKO | September 24, 1999
At Fenway Park, BostonDay .....................Time ..............TV ...................................StartersTonight................7: 05 ...........HTS .................Mike Mussina (16-7, 3.74) vs......................................... .................................Bret Saberhagen (10-5, 3.11)Tomorrow ............1: 15 .........Ch. 45 ...............Doug Linton (1-2, 5.74) vs......................................... .................................Ramon Martinez (0-1, 7.04)Sunday .....
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August 18, 1999
Blue Jays: Toronto is 0-5 on its current homestand. Shannon Stewart extended his hitting streak to 16 games.Devil Rays: Tampa Bay turned three double plays yesterday after making five Monday, raising its major-league-leading total to 149.Tigers: Detroit relievers have allowed eight runs in their past 42 innings, a 1.80 ERA.Indians: Einar Diaz is batting .429 (18-for-42) with two out and runners in scoring position. Carlos Baerga's homer was his first with Cleveland since July 24, 1996.Rangers: Texas has 17 homers in its past five games.
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