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April 28, 1993
Seattle Mariners pitcher Chris Bosio, making his first star since throwing a no-hitter, broke his left collarbone in a collision in last night's 4-0 victory over Cleveland. Story, 4D.
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May 26, 1996
BaseballAngels: Optioned P Jeff Schmidt to Triple-A Vancouver. Purchased contract of former Orioles P Todd Frohwirth from Vancouver. Signed P Kyle Abbott to minor-league contract.Mariners: Placed P Chris Bosio (arthritis in right knee) on 15-day DL.Rangers: Placed P Kevin Gross (slight ligament tear in back) on 15-day DL, retroactive to Saturday. Recalled P Rick Helling from Triple-A.Yankees: Recalled P Ramiro Mendoza from Triple-A Columbus. Optioned C Jorge Posada to Columbus.FootballJaguars: Signed C Michael Cheever, CB Aaron Beasley, OT Jimmy Herndon, S John Fisher and WR Clarence Jones.
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May 26, 1996
BaseballAngels: Optioned P Jeff Schmidt to Triple-A Vancouver. Purchased contract of former Orioles P Todd Frohwirth from Vancouver. Signed P Kyle Abbott to minor-league contract.Mariners: Placed P Chris Bosio (arthritis in right knee) on 15-day DL.Rangers: Placed P Kevin Gross (slight ligament tear in back) on 15-day DL, retroactive to Saturday. Recalled P Rick Helling from Triple-A.Yankees: Recalled P Ramiro Mendoza from Triple-A Columbus. Optioned C Jorge Posada to Columbus.FootballJaguars: Signed C Michael Cheever, CB Aaron Beasley, OT Jimmy Herndon, S John Fisher and WR Clarence Jones.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 10, 1995
SEATTLE -- The Seattle Mariners' staff was worn so thin by the club's breathtaking three-game comeback in the divisional series against the New York Yankees that manager Lou Piniella was forced yesterday to name a 22-year-old prospect to start Game 1 of the American League Championship Series.Right-hander Bob Wolcott, who wasn't even on the club's 40-man roster when the Mariners began preparing for the 1995 season, replaced veteran utility man Warren Newson on the Seattle playoff roster and will face Indians ace Dennis Martinez tonight at the Kingdome.
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By Jamison Hensley | July 4, 1994
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay .. .. .. ..Time .. .. .. ...TV .. .. .StartersToday .. .. ...5:05 .. .. .. ...HTS .. .. Chris Bosio (3-9, 4.22) vs... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. . ... .. .. .. ..Sid Fernandez (4-4, 4.44)Tomorrow night 7:35 HTS Jim Converse (0-0, 9.42) vs.Jamie Moyer (2-6, 5.42)Wednesday night 7:35 HTS Roger Salkeld (2-4, 6.71) vs.Mike Mussina (12-4, 3.05)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Mariners update Mariners statisticsThe Mariners (35-45) failed yesterday to get their first three-game series sweep at Yankee Stadium as New York defeated them, 5-2. The loss stopped a season-high four-game win streak.
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By Tom Keegan | April 29, 1994
At the Kingdome, SeattleDay Time TV StartersTonight 10:35 54 Jamie Moyer (1-1, 5.59) vs.Greg Hibbard (1-1, 3.96)Tomorrow night 10:05 54 Mike Mussina (4-1, 3.19) vs.Randy Johnson (2-1, 4.58)Sunday 4:35 HTS Arthur Rhodes (1-3, 8.02)vs. Chris Bosio (0-3, 3.13)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Orioles updateThe Orioles erupted with nine home runs and 23 runs in back-to-back games Tuesday and Wednesday. They only got four last night, but continued to rest their bullpen, as Sid Fernandez followed complete games by Arthur Rhodes and Ben McDonald with an 8 1/3 -inning effort.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 10, 1995
SEATTLE -- The Seattle Mariners' staff was worn so thin by the club's breathtaking three-game comeback in the divisional series against the New York Yankees that manager Lou Piniella was forced yesterday to name a 22-year-old prospect to start Game 1 of the American League Championship Series.Right-hander Bob Wolcott, who wasn't even on the club's 40-man roster when the Mariners began preparing for the 1995 season, replaced veteran utility man Warren Newson on the Seattle playoff roster and will face Indians ace Dennis Martinez tonight at the Kingdome.
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By From Staff Reports | August 19, 1993
SEATTLE -- After their eighth consecutive loss, some of the Orioles didn't even want to talk about it.Not manager Johnny Oates. Not reliever Alan Mills.And those who did talk about Tuesday night's 5-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners sounded discouraged."You go into the eighth inning with a 3-1 lead, and you feel like you're going to put an end to this losing streak," reliever Jim Poole said."It doesn't matter [how well] I did," starter Fernando Valenzuela said. "The final score is the only thing that counts."
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1995
SEATTLE -- It's bad enough that the Orioles can't win when Sid Fernandez or Ben McDonald or Arthur Rhodes pitches. Now they're starting to lose with Kevin Brown and Mike Mussina on the mound.The Oakland Athletics beat Mussina on Wednesday, and then last night, the Seattle Mariners, handicapped by yet another injury, beat the Orioles and Brown, 5-2. Dan Wilson and Mike Blowers had big hits in the Mariners' four-run, fourth-inning rally that proved the difference.The Orioles have lost two of three games in each of the first three legs of this road trip, and they've still got one more series in Anaheim, against the Angels, before returning home at the end of this week.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | June 11, 1993
BOSTON -- The 20-minute brawl that erupted at Camden Yards last Sunday may have been the talk of the town and it may have had a catalytic effect on the resurgent Orioles, but it did not sit well with American League president Bobby Brown.Brown reviewed the videotape of the melee between the Orioles and Seattle Mariners and imposed suspensions and $1,000 fines on all seven players who were ejected from the game.Orioles starting pitcher Rick Sutcliffe was suspended for five games, effective Wednesday, reliever Alan Mills received a four-game suspension, effective June 22, and first baseman David Segui received a three-game suspension, effective today.
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By PETER SCHMUCK and PETER SCHMUCK,SUN STAFF | October 6, 1995
SEATTLE -- Major-league owners have worked hard the past couple of years to bring about two major changes in the presentation of their sport. They wanted to make individual games shorter and the playoff format longer.Somebody must have gotten that mixed up this week. The divisional round of the 1995 playoffs has produced two of the longest games in postseason history and all four of the best-of-five series are in danger of ending in three games.The Atlanta Braves and Cincinnati Reds both swept two games on the road to put their opponents in the unenviable -- and seemingly impossible -- position of having to sweep three on the road to advance to the National League Championship Series.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | May 29, 1995
SEATTLE -- It's bad enough that the Orioles can't win when Sid Fernandez or Ben McDonald or Arthur Rhodes pitches. Now they're starting to lose with Kevin Brown and Mike Mussina on the mound.The Oakland Athletics beat Mussina on Wednesday, and then last night, the Seattle Mariners, handicapped by yet another injury, beat the Orioles and Brown, 5-2. Dan Wilson and Mike Blowers had big hits in the Mariners' four-run, fourth-inning rally that proved the difference.The Orioles have lost two of three games in each of the first three legs of this road trip, and they've still got one more series in Anaheim, against the Angels, before returning home at the end of this week.
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By Buster Olney | May 26, 1995
At the Kingdome, SeattleDay Time TV StartersTonight 10:35 Ch. 54 Ben McDonald (0-1, 5.33)vs. Randy Johnson (4-0, 1.21)Tomorrow night 10:05 Ch. 54 Sid Fernandez (0-2, 9.22)vs. Undecided TC Sunday night 8:05 HTS Kevin Brown (4-1, 3.29)vs. Chris Bosio (2-0, 2.36)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Mariners update Mariners statisticsTomorrow's starter is expected to be either Bob Wells, who has a 6.75 ERA and has allowed 18 hits and eight walks in 16 innings, or Salomon Torres, acquired from San Francisco last week.
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By Jamison Hensley | July 4, 1994
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay .. .. .. ..Time .. .. .. ...TV .. .. .StartersToday .. .. ...5:05 .. .. .. ...HTS .. .. Chris Bosio (3-9, 4.22) vs... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. . ... .. .. .. ..Sid Fernandez (4-4, 4.44)Tomorrow night 7:35 HTS Jim Converse (0-0, 9.42) vs.Jamie Moyer (2-6, 5.42)Wednesday night 7:35 HTS Roger Salkeld (2-4, 6.71) vs.Mike Mussina (12-4, 3.05)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Mariners update Mariners statisticsThe Mariners (35-45) failed yesterday to get their first three-game series sweep at Yankee Stadium as New York defeated them, 5-2. The loss stopped a season-high four-game win streak.
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By From Staff Reports | August 19, 1993
SEATTLE -- After their eighth consecutive loss, some of the Orioles didn't even want to talk about it.Not manager Johnny Oates. Not reliever Alan Mills.And those who did talk about Tuesday night's 5-3 loss to the Seattle Mariners sounded discouraged."You go into the eighth inning with a 3-1 lead, and you feel like you're going to put an end to this losing streak," reliever Jim Poole said."It doesn't matter [how well] I did," starter Fernando Valenzuela said. "The final score is the only thing that counts."
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | June 11, 1993
BOSTON -- The 20-minute brawl that erupted at Camden Yards last Sunday may have been the talk of the town and it may have had a catalytic effect on the resurgent Orioles, but it did not sit well with American League president Bobby Brown.Brown reviewed the videotape of the melee between the Orioles and Seattle Mariners and imposed suspensions and $1,000 fines on all seven players who were ejected from the game.Orioles starting pitcher Rick Sutcliffe was suspended for five games, effective Wednesday, reliever Alan Mills received a four-game suspension, effective June 22, and first baseman David Segui received a three-game suspension, effective today.
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By PETER SCHMUCK and PETER SCHMUCK,SUN STAFF | October 6, 1995
SEATTLE -- Major-league owners have worked hard the past couple of years to bring about two major changes in the presentation of their sport. They wanted to make individual games shorter and the playoff format longer.Somebody must have gotten that mixed up this week. The divisional round of the 1995 playoffs has produced two of the longest games in postseason history and all four of the best-of-five series are in danger of ending in three games.The Atlanta Braves and Cincinnati Reds both swept two games on the road to put their opponents in the unenviable -- and seemingly impossible -- position of having to sweep three on the road to advance to the National League Championship Series.
SPORTS
April 28, 1993
Seattle Mariners pitcher Chris Bosio, making his first star since throwing a no-hitter, broke his left collarbone in a collision in last night's 4-0 victory over Cleveland. Story, 4D.
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