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April 2, 2003
Who's hot Andy Pettitte of the Yankees has won six straight decisions. Who's not Carlos Delgado of the Blue Jays went 0-for-4 with three strike outs and was booed. Line of the day Garret Anderson, Angels LF AB ..... R ..... H ..... RBI..... HR 4 ......... 3 ..... 4 ......... 2 ........ 0
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August 15, 2010
Look out for the Phillies and Red Sox in the next few weeks. With the exception of Kevin Youkilis , they're starting to get their injured players back and seem poised to put themselves in better position entering September. … The Red Sox have Carlos Delgado trying to get ready in a hurry at Triple-A Pawtucket. It's fair to say he's motivated — he'll make $20,000 a month in the minors and could make $3 million if he joins the Red Sox. … The Rays aren't as worried as you'd think about Jeff Niemann and Wade Davis , who went on the DL with strained shoulders.
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August 5, 1998
Hitting* Carlos Delgado, Blue Jays: 3HRs* Mike Kelly, Devil Rays: 2 HRs.9- * Darryl Strawberry, Yankees: grand slam.Pitching* Mike Mussina, Orioles: 9 innings, 0 runs, 2 hits, perfect for 7 2/3 innings.4 * Steve Avery, Red Sox: 6 innings, 1 run, 2 hits
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By SHEIL KAPADIA | May 2, 2006
Up Kevin Mench, outfielder, Rangers -- He became the only right-handed hitter to homer in seven straight games last week. Even though that streak is over, Mench had a 14-game hitting streak through Sunday. He also had scored in nine straight games. Moises Alou, outfielder, Giants -- San Francisco's veteran does not appear to be slowing down as he approaches his 40th birthday. Last week, Alou hit .500 with three homers and 12 RBIs. However, he might miss a couple games because of a hip injury suffered Sunday.
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April 27, 1998
HittingJuan Gonzalez, Rangers: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs.Rickey Henderson, Athletics: grand slam.Carlos Delgado, Blue Jays: 3-for-3, 3 RBIs.Jason Giambi, Athletics: 3 RBIs, 2 doubles.PitchingBrad Radke, Twins: 6 1/3 innings, 0 runs, 5 hits.Omar Olivares, Angels: 3 2/3 innings of scoreless relief for the victory.Pub Date: 4/27/98
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September 6, 1998
Blue Jays: Roger Clemens broke the team scoreless innings streak record set by Dave Stieb in 1988. Clemens struck out John Valentin in the first, the 3,100th of Clemens' career. Jose Canseco homered into SkyDome's fifth deck for the second time in his career. Carlos Delgado, Joe Carter and Mark McGwire are the only other players to reach the 500 level. McGwire hit the longest home run in SkyDome history on July 25, 1996, a 488-foot shot.Pub Date: 9/06/98
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February 17, 2006
The Orioles' first day of workouts ran smoothly, which mostly means that nobody was injured. Everything was extremely organized, and the smile on manager Sam Perlozzo's face afterward showed that he was quite pleased. Speaking of faces, Perlozzo tried to relax the club's policy on facial hair, but he couldn't sway owner Peter Angelos. That means Jay Gibbons' beard is coming off. So is the clump of hair on Brian Roberts' chin, though a new policy might not have saved it. Mustaches are allowed, but they can't run past the corners of the mouth.
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November 25, 2005
Marlins finalize trades with Mets, Red Sox The Florida Marlins finalized their big trade with the Mets, sending slugger Carlos Delgado to New York for first baseman Mike Jacobs and two minor leaguers. Just hours later, the Marlins completed the other big deal they struck this week by shipping ace Josh Beckett, third baseman Mike Lowell and reliever Guillermo Mota to the Boston Red Sox for four prospects. The Mets also will receive $7 million from the Marlins to help cover the $48 million Delgado is owed over the next three seasons.
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April 3, 2005
Best interleague pitching pickup AL Randy Johnson, Yankees NL Tim Hudson, Braves Best future star AL Adrian Beltre, Mariners NL Carlos Delgado, Marlins Best burner AL Ichiro Suzuki, Mariners NL Juan Pierre, Marlins Most hated owner AL George Steinbrenner, Yankees NL Major League Baseball, Nationals Best comeback AL Red Sox vs. Yankees, 2004 ALCS NL Roger Clemens from retirement Best pitching matchup AL Randy Johnson vs. Curt...
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By Previews by South Florida Sun-Sentinel | April 3, 2005
Atlanta Braves Record, finish: 96-66, 1st. Manager: Bobby Cox, 20th season with Braves, 24th overall. Payroll: $80 million. Hot seat: Raul Mondesi. At 34 this could be his last, best chance to reclaim a once-promising career. Best case: Despite another round of offensive losses, Braves magic holds up for a 14th straight year. ... Rafael Furcal, energized by his potential free-agent status, has a career walk year. ... Tim Hudson, the new long-term rotation anchor, wins 20-plus games and overwhelms NL hitters unfamiliar with him. Worst case: Chipper Jones' hamstring woes of a year ago return.
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By LAURA VECSEY | February 27, 2005
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Sammy Sosa remembers his first career homer. So does Rafael Palmeiro, Sosa's teammate back in 1989. "It was off Roger Clemens," Palmeiro said yesterday. "Of course. We were teammates. He was the skinny guy with the Jheri Curl." Back then, Sosa and Palmeiro were tight, sharing dreams in the Rangers' clubhouse, things they wanted to accomplish in baseball. The dreams were wild, but not wild enough to dare ponder 600 home runs or 3,000 hits. "We used to talk about making enough money to have a car with wings that could fly," Palmeiro said.
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By John Eisenberg | February 22, 2005
THE START of spring training means the end of the offseason, which, for the Orioles, couldn't come soon enough. It was, um, not a winter to remember in Birdland. The front office simply didn't address many of the team's holes - starting pitching, first base, center field, etc. - for reasons ranging from financial concerns to front office indecision to the arrival of the Nationals in Washington. But as frustrating as it was, the winter succeeded in illustrating the path the franchise needs to follow if it wants to climb out of the deep hole dug by seven straight losing seasons.
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By Orlando Sentinel, South Florida Sun-Sentinel | February 19, 2005
NL East Atlanta Braves Training site: Cracker Jack Stadium, Kissimmee, Fla. Last year: 96-66, 1st place, lost in 1st round of playoffs Manager: Bobby Cox (20th season) Key additions: RHP Tim Hudson, OF Brian Jordan (Milford Mill), RHP Dan Kolb, OF Raul Mondesi, LHP Gabe White Key losses: RHP Paul Byrd, RHP Juan Cruz, OF J.D. Drew, OF Eli Marrero, RHP Russ Ortiz, OF Charles Thomas, RHP Jaret Wright Spring questions: Can Mondesi re-establish himself after a couple of lost years? ... How will John Smoltz's arm respond to a move back to the rotation after four years as a closer?
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | January 24, 2005
Carlos Delgado apparently has narrowed his choices to the Orioles and Florida Marlins after two teams were eliminated in the ongoing tug of war over the free-agent first baseman, and an announcement could come as early as today. Industry sources said the New York Mets exceeded the Texas Rangers' four-year, $48 million proposal that arrived during Friday's meeting in Puerto Rico, but their insistence on an immediate answer from agent David Sloane has taken them out of the running. And the Rangers, who also had a deadline last night, backed out yesterday because owner Tom Hicks didn't want to get in a bidding war and couldn't promise that Delgado would play first base.
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