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September 10, 1996
On All-Time listsGAMES1. Pete Rose, 3,5622. Cal Yastrzemski, 3,3083. Hank Aaron, 3,2984. Ty Cobb, 3,0355. Stan Musial, 3,0266. Willie Mays, 2,9927. Dave Winfiled, 2,9738. Rusty Staub, 2,9529. Eddie Murray, 2,951AT-BATS1. Pete Rose, 14,0532. Hank Aaron, 12,3643. Carl Yastrzemski, 11,9884. Ty Cobb, 11,4345. Eddie Murray, 11,103HITS1. Pete Rose, 4,2562. Ty Cobb, 4,1893. Hank Aaron, 3,7714. Stan Musial, 3,6305. Tris Speaker, 3,5146. Carl Yastrzemski, 3,4197. Honus Wagner, 3,4158. Eddie Collins, 3,3129.
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By Peter Schmuck | March 2, 2014
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Left-hander Brian Matusz pitched two scoreless innings in his first start of the exhibition season, but the Orioles suffered their first loss in three Grapefruit League games, 8-6, to the Boston Red Sox at JetBlue Stadium. Matusz allowed a one-out single to Dustin Pedroia in the first inning and a leadoff single to Xander Bogaerts in the second inning, but did not allow either runner to advance. He said that he enjoyed the opportunity to take the mound in a starting role.
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April 26, 1991
He may not be hitting and he's no Carl Yastrzemski in left, but respondents to "It's Your Call" want to see Randy Milligan in leftfield, though they wouldn't mind seeing him alternate at first base either.Of 308 callers, 60 percent (184) said the Orioles should continue to play Milligan in leftfield. But nearly half the callers (148 of 303) said Milligan also should be alternated at first base with Glenn Davis on occasion."It's Your Call" represents a sampling of opinions from certain segments of the community, but it is not balanced demographically, as would be done in a scientific public opinion poll.
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By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN STAFF | April 10, 2005
The New York Yankees made plenty of noise this past offseason, reworking their starting rotation by adding Randy Johnson, Carl Pavano and Jaret Wright. They also made a less flashy move, shelling out $2 million for a 35-year-old second baseman with little pop and a lifetime .319 on-base percentage. One week into the season, the Yankees are crowing about Tony Womack. Manager Joe Torre said Womack gives the team something it hasn't had since Chuck Knoblauch: a player with strong base-stealing capabilities.
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By Ken Rosenthal | September 8, 1996
David Vincent is a home run fanatic, a computer programmer from Woodbridge, Va., who moonlights as the nation's premier long-ball historian."My first reaction was non-printable," David Vincent said.Murray's homers at a glanceRank among batters: 15thBallparks homered in: 32First HR: 4/18/77 off Pat DobsonNo. of pitchers victimized: 324Switch-hit HRs in one game: 11Bases-empty home runs: 244Two-run homers: 172Three-run homers: 66Grand slams: 1840-homer seasons: 030-homer seasons: 520-homer seasons: 16HRs in extra innings: 10HRs in American League: 392HRs in National League: 108Multi-homer games: 31Pinch-hit HRs: 3As designated hitter: 87As first baseman: 409# As third baseman: 1Career RBI leaders%1.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | October 13, 1992
Ross Yastrzemsky never met his famous third cousin, Carl Yastrzemski.But the Liberty High quarterback does have an autographed picture of the former Boston Red Sox great, a letter from Yaz and a No. 8 practice jersey with the words "Polish Hot Dog" on the back.Also, teachers at Liberty refer to their football star as "Yaz.""It's a compliment," said Yastrzemsky, whose facial features slightly resemble those of the major-league hitting star. "I never met the man, but I admire him. He's my third cousin.
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By Milton Kent and Jim Henneman and Milton Kent and Jim Henneman,Staff Writers | April 29, 1993
Don't expect manager Johnny Oates to do much, if any, lineup juggling in the next few weeks.That's not because the Orioles' hitting has been great through the first 20 games, but rather because hardly anybody on the team is hitting well enough to justify being moved in the order."
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By Peter Schmuck | March 2, 2014
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Left-hander Brian Matusz pitched two scoreless innings in his first start of the exhibition season, but the Orioles suffered their first loss in three Grapefruit League games, 8-6, to the Boston Red Sox at JetBlue Stadium. Matusz allowed a one-out single to Dustin Pedroia in the first inning and a leadoff single to Xander Bogaerts in the second inning, but did not allow either runner to advance. He said that he enjoyed the opportunity to take the mound in a starting role.
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By Dan Shaughnessy and Dan Shaughnessy,Boston Globe | November 13, 1992
Picked-up pieces while picking up the leaves:* The flight attendant on United's 6:30 Boston-to-Chicago run last Friday night couldn't understand why the plane was so crowded. And she was amazed when the crew ran out of beer halfway over New York State. We politely explained that this was part of the Boston College airlift to Notre Dame.* Ever notice how everything in life can be traced back to the Red Sox? President Bush Tuesday dismissed a State Department official who initiated a search for passport records of Bill Clinton and Ross Perot.
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By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN STAFF | April 10, 2005
The New York Yankees made plenty of noise this past offseason, reworking their starting rotation by adding Randy Johnson, Carl Pavano and Jaret Wright. They also made a less flashy move, shelling out $2 million for a 35-year-old second baseman with little pop and a lifetime .319 on-base percentage. One week into the season, the Yankees are crowing about Tony Womack. Manager Joe Torre said Womack gives the team something it hasn't had since Chuck Knoblauch: a player with strong base-stealing capabilities.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | September 26, 2001
BOSTON - With 12 games remaining in another fourth-place season, the Orioles' Cal Ripken needs to appear in 11 to become only the seventh player in major-league history to reach 3,000. Manager Mike Hargrove indicated yesterday that he intends to keep Ripken in the lineup, with the possible exception of one game of the Oct. 5 doubleheader against the Boston Red Sox at Camden Yards. Ripken is on the verge of joining Pete Rose (3,562), Carl Yastrzemski (3,308), Hank Aaron (3,298), Ty Cobb (3,034)
NEWS
September 10, 1996
On All-Time listsGAMES1. Pete Rose, 3,5622. Cal Yastrzemski, 3,3083. Hank Aaron, 3,2984. Ty Cobb, 3,0355. Stan Musial, 3,0266. Willie Mays, 2,9927. Dave Winfiled, 2,9738. Rusty Staub, 2,9529. Eddie Murray, 2,951AT-BATS1. Pete Rose, 14,0532. Hank Aaron, 12,3643. Carl Yastrzemski, 11,9884. Ty Cobb, 11,4345. Eddie Murray, 11,103HITS1. Pete Rose, 4,2562. Ty Cobb, 4,1893. Hank Aaron, 3,7714. Stan Musial, 3,6305. Tris Speaker, 3,5146. Carl Yastrzemski, 3,4197. Honus Wagner, 3,4158. Eddie Collins, 3,3129.
SPORTS
By Ken Rosenthal | September 8, 1996
David Vincent is a home run fanatic, a computer programmer from Woodbridge, Va., who moonlights as the nation's premier long-ball historian."My first reaction was non-printable," David Vincent said.Murray's homers at a glanceRank among batters: 15thBallparks homered in: 32First HR: 4/18/77 off Pat DobsonNo. of pitchers victimized: 324Switch-hit HRs in one game: 11Bases-empty home runs: 244Two-run homers: 172Three-run homers: 66Grand slams: 1840-homer seasons: 030-homer seasons: 520-homer seasons: 16HRs in extra innings: 10HRs in American League: 392HRs in National League: 108Multi-homer games: 31Pinch-hit HRs: 3As designated hitter: 87As first baseman: 409# As third baseman: 1Career RBI leaders%1.
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By Milton Kent and Jim Henneman and Milton Kent and Jim Henneman,Staff Writers | April 29, 1993
Don't expect manager Johnny Oates to do much, if any, lineup juggling in the next few weeks.That's not because the Orioles' hitting has been great through the first 20 games, but rather because hardly anybody on the team is hitting well enough to justify being moved in the order."
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By Dan Shaughnessy and Dan Shaughnessy,Boston Globe | November 13, 1992
Picked-up pieces while picking up the leaves:* The flight attendant on United's 6:30 Boston-to-Chicago run last Friday night couldn't understand why the plane was so crowded. And she was amazed when the crew ran out of beer halfway over New York State. We politely explained that this was part of the Boston College airlift to Notre Dame.* Ever notice how everything in life can be traced back to the Red Sox? President Bush Tuesday dismissed a State Department official who initiated a search for passport records of Bill Clinton and Ross Perot.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | October 13, 1992
Ross Yastrzemsky never met his famous third cousin, Carl Yastrzemski.But the Liberty High quarterback does have an autographed picture of the former Boston Red Sox great, a letter from Yaz and a No. 8 practice jersey with the words "Polish Hot Dog" on the back.Also, teachers at Liberty refer to their football star as "Yaz.""It's a compliment," said Yastrzemsky, whose facial features slightly resemble those of the major-league hitting star. "I never met the man, but I admire him. He's my third cousin.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | May 31, 1991
BOSTON -- Shortly after he was named manager of th Orioles, John Oates said he didn't think it was necessary for David Segui to go back to the minor leagues.But for three straight games Segui sat on the bench, a funnplace for a young prospect to be if he didn't need further training. While he sat, he learned, and the Orioles started to look like a respectable major-league team.Last night Segui found himself playing the most unpredictablleftfield in baseball, the one guarded by Fenway Park's famous "Jolly Green Giant" -- the wall that tortures pitchers and fielders without prejudice.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | September 26, 2001
BOSTON - With 12 games remaining in another fourth-place season, the Orioles' Cal Ripken needs to appear in 11 to become only the seventh player in major-league history to reach 3,000. Manager Mike Hargrove indicated yesterday that he intends to keep Ripken in the lineup, with the possible exception of one game of the Oct. 5 doubleheader against the Boston Red Sox at Camden Yards. Ripken is on the verge of joining Pete Rose (3,562), Carl Yastrzemski (3,308), Hank Aaron (3,298), Ty Cobb (3,034)
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | May 31, 1991
BOSTON -- Shortly after he was named manager of th Orioles, John Oates said he didn't think it was necessary for David Segui to go back to the minor leagues.But for three straight games Segui sat on the bench, a funnplace for a young prospect to be if he didn't need further training. While he sat, he learned, and the Orioles started to look like a respectable major-league team.Last night Segui found himself playing the most unpredictablleftfield in baseball, the one guarded by Fenway Park's famous "Jolly Green Giant" -- the wall that tortures pitchers and fielders without prejudice.
SPORTS
April 26, 1991
He may not be hitting and he's no Carl Yastrzemski in left, but respondents to "It's Your Call" want to see Randy Milligan in leftfield, though they wouldn't mind seeing him alternate at first base either.Of 308 callers, 60 percent (184) said the Orioles should continue to play Milligan in leftfield. But nearly half the callers (148 of 303) said Milligan also should be alternated at first base with Glenn Davis on occasion."It's Your Call" represents a sampling of opinions from certain segments of the community, but it is not balanced demographically, as would be done in a scientific public opinion poll.
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