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January 8, 2003
2003 voting Hall of Fame voting results (496 votes were cast; 372 were needed for election; x-elected): Player..................Votes......Player..........Votes x-Eddie Murray.......423.......Dave Parker... 51 x-Gary Carter 387 Fernando Valenzuela 31 Bruce Sutter 266 Keith Hernandez 30 Jim Rice 259..................Darryl Kile 7 Andre Dawson 248 Vince Coleman 3 Ryne Sandberg 244 Brett Butler 2 Lee Smith 210 Sid Fernandez 2 Rich Gossage 209 Rick Honeycutt 2, Bert Blyleven 145 Tony Pena 2 Steve Garvey 138 Darren Daulton 1 Jim Kaat 130 Mark Davis 1 Tommy John 116 Danny Tartabull 1 Jack Morris 113 Danny Jackson 0 Alan Trammell 70 Mickey Tettleton 0 Don Mattingly 68 Mitch Williams 0 Dale Murphy 58 Todd Worrell 0 Dave Concepcion 55 Note: Kaat, Kile, Coleman, Butler, Fernandez, Honeycutt, Pena, Daulton, Davis, Tartabull, Jackson, Tettleton, Williams and Worrell are no longer eligible for election by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
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2003 voting Hall of Fame voting results (496 votes were cast; 372 were needed for election; x-elected): Player..................Votes......Player..........Votes x-Eddie Murray.......423.......Dave Parker... 51 x-Gary Carter 387 Fernando Valenzuela 31 Bruce Sutter 266 Keith Hernandez 30 Jim Rice 259..................Darryl Kile 7 Andre Dawson 248 Vince Coleman 3 Ryne Sandberg 244 Brett Butler 2 Lee Smith 210 Sid Fernandez 2 Rich Gossage 209 Rick Honeycutt 2, Bert Blyleven 145 Tony Pena 2 Steve Garvey 138 Darren Daulton 1 Jim Kaat 130 Mark Davis 1 Tommy John 116 Danny Tartabull 1 Jack Morris 113 Danny Jackson 0 Alan Trammell 70 Mickey Tettleton 0 Don Mattingly 68 Mitch Williams 0 Dale Murphy 58 Todd Worrell 0 Dave Concepcion 55 Note: Kaat, Kile, Coleman, Butler, Fernandez, Honeycutt, Pena, Daulton, Davis, Tartabull, Jackson, Tettleton, Williams and Worrell are no longer eligible for election by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
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By BRAD SNYDER | May 28, 1995
This is the first of two installments of "Let's Second Guess the Orioles." We'll start with pitching. The bullpen has been an adventure, and the starting rotation, besides Mike Mussina and Kevin Brown, has not been much better. The following is an unscientific assessment of the pitchers the Orioles pursued during the offseason but, for better or worse, did not acquire.Danny Jackson -- DOWN -- He's 0-5 and on pace to lose 40 to 50 games. This lefty makes Sid and Arthur look like Cy Young candidates.
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By BRAD SNYDER | May 28, 1995
This is the first of two installments of "Let's Second Guess the Orioles." We'll start with pitching. The bullpen has been an adventure, and the starting rotation, besides Mike Mussina and Kevin Brown, has not been much better. The following is an unscientific assessment of the pitchers the Orioles pursued during the offseason but, for better or worse, did not acquire.Danny Jackson -- DOWN -- He's 0-5 and on pace to lose 40 to 50 games. This lefty makes Sid and Arthur look like Cy Young candidates.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | July 24, 1994
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Orioles first baseman Rafael Palmeiro leads the club in batting average, runs, hits, doubles, total bases, home runs, on-base percentage, slugging percentage and extra-base hits.Other than that, he is having a lousy season.Palmeiro homered in yesterday's 6-3 loss to the Oakland Athletics for the sixth time in eight post-All-Star break games. He is batting .332, has scored 69 runs, hit 21 home runs and driven in 65 runs.Palmeiro is batting .439 with nine home runs and 27 RBIs in 29 day games and is hitting .358 with 22 RBIs in July.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | October 17, 1993
TORONTO -- The Philadelphia Phillies have gotten a lot of mileage out of their image, but they will come up against a veteran pitcher tonight who has merged image and performance into an almost unbeatable postseason combination.Right-hander Dave Stewart may not be the same pitcher who won 20 games or more four years in a row during the Oakland Athletics dynasty, but you wouldn't have known it by his performance in the American League Championship Series. He went 2-0 against the Chicago White Sox to win AL Championship Series MVP honors and embellish his reputation as the biggest of this era's big-game pitchers.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | November 8, 1994
Not unlike the other 27 major-league clubs, the Orioles are proceeding cautiously on the free-agent front, slowed by uncertainty regarding the rules that govern the game."
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | October 17, 1990
CINCINNATI -- Bob Welch does not need to be reminded about what he was doing on this night a year ago. And he doesn't want to dwell on the subject.It is a strange irony that Welch should be Oakland's starting pitcher on the first anniversary of the earthquake that devastated the Bay Area and stopped the World Series. It was a year ago tonight that the Richter scale hit 7.1 and Game 3 of the World Series was postponed for 12 days.Welch had been the A's scheduled pitcher that night -- and he lost a lot more than a World Series start.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | October 11, 1993
ATLANTA -- The show of hands of all those who thought Danny Jackson would bail out the Philadelphia Phillies at the most critical juncture of their season could not have been a large one.Jackson had been kicked around Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium the last time he made a National League Championship Series start last year for Pittsburgh.But the 31-year-old left-hander, who won just one game after Aug. 24, came up large at precisely the right moment last night, beating the Braves, 2-1, to tie the NLCS at two games each.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | June 9, 1993
PHILADELPHIA -- Mariano Duncan continues to give health a bad name.Take two triples and call me in the morning . . .Since he was summoned, sick as a dog, from the clubhouse Saturday night after Kim Batiste pulled his hamstring, Duncan has done nothing but hit.A double, a single and a run batted in after being pressed into service. Four hits, including a homer and two RBI, Sunday. Two triples, a single and three RBI Monday night to extend his hitting streak to 12 games as the Phillies ventured into Never-Never Land with a 7-5 win over the Astros at Veterans Stadium.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | November 8, 1994
Not unlike the other 27 major-league clubs, the Orioles are proceeding cautiously on the free-agent front, slowed by uncertainty regarding the rules that govern the game."
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | July 24, 1994
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Orioles first baseman Rafael Palmeiro leads the club in batting average, runs, hits, doubles, total bases, home runs, on-base percentage, slugging percentage and extra-base hits.Other than that, he is having a lousy season.Palmeiro homered in yesterday's 6-3 loss to the Oakland Athletics for the sixth time in eight post-All-Star break games. He is batting .332, has scored 69 runs, hit 21 home runs and driven in 65 runs.Palmeiro is batting .439 with nine home runs and 27 RBIs in 29 day games and is hitting .358 with 22 RBIs in July.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | October 17, 1993
TORONTO -- The Philadelphia Phillies have gotten a lot of mileage out of their image, but they will come up against a veteran pitcher tonight who has merged image and performance into an almost unbeatable postseason combination.Right-hander Dave Stewart may not be the same pitcher who won 20 games or more four years in a row during the Oakland Athletics dynasty, but you wouldn't have known it by his performance in the American League Championship Series. He went 2-0 against the Chicago White Sox to win AL Championship Series MVP honors and embellish his reputation as the biggest of this era's big-game pitchers.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | October 11, 1993
ATLANTA -- The show of hands of all those who thought Danny Jackson would bail out the Philadelphia Phillies at the most critical juncture of their season could not have been a large one.Jackson had been kicked around Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium the last time he made a National League Championship Series start last year for Pittsburgh.But the 31-year-old left-hander, who won just one game after Aug. 24, came up large at precisely the right moment last night, beating the Braves, 2-1, to tie the NLCS at two games each.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | June 9, 1993
PHILADELPHIA -- Mariano Duncan continues to give health a bad name.Take two triples and call me in the morning . . .Since he was summoned, sick as a dog, from the clubhouse Saturday night after Kim Batiste pulled his hamstring, Duncan has done nothing but hit.A double, a single and a run batted in after being pressed into service. Four hits, including a homer and two RBI, Sunday. Two triples, a single and three RBI Monday night to extend his hitting streak to 12 games as the Phillies ventured into Never-Never Land with a 7-5 win over the Astros at Veterans Stadium.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | May 5, 1991
For those who have agonized over the Baltimore Orioles and their disappointing start this year, understand that this is what die-hard Chicago Cubs fans go through every day of their lives.To be a Cubs fan is to have both an unlimited capacity for optimism and an amazingly high pain threshold. This season apparently will not be an exception.The arrival of free-agent pitchers Dave Smith and Danny Jackson (not to mention outfielder George Bell) brought new hope that this would be the Year of the Cub, but the pitching staff already has fallen on hard times.
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By Ken Rosenthal and Ken Rosenthal,Evening Sun Staff | November 7, 1990
In the last two weeks, the Orioles have expressed preliminary interest in at least a dozen free agents, including Milwaukee lefthander Teddy Higuera and Boston outfielder Tom Brunansky.The question now is whether the club will dramatically alter its offseason strategy because of the $10.8 million payment for collusion damages facing each of the 26 major-league teams.The $10.8 million figure is not yet official, but no one is disputing published reports assessing the total settlement at $280 million, leaving Orioles officials to brace for the inevitable.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 16, 1990
CINCINNATI -- Baseball history runs deep along this stretch of the Ohio River, where professional ball has lived since infancy and where the Cincinnati Reds assembled one of the game's greatest teams in the 1970s.But the Big Red Machine doesn't live here anymore.The Reds will be host to the Oakland Athletics in Game 1 of the 87th World Series tonight at Riverfront Stadium, but they do so with the sort of measured humility that comes from knowing the best team in baseball when they see it.The A's are the closest thing to the Big Red Machine to pass this way since Little Joe and Pete and Johnny and George and Sparky were in their glory.
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By Ken Rosenthal and Ken Rosenthal,Evening Sun Staff | November 7, 1990
In the last two weeks, the Orioles have expressed preliminary interest in at least a dozen free agents, including Milwaukee lefthander Teddy Higuera and Boston outfielder Tom Brunansky.The question now is whether the club will dramatically alter its offseason strategy because of the $10.8 million payment for collusion damages facing each of the 26 major-league teams.The $10.8 million figure is not yet official, but no one is disputing published reports assessing the total settlement at $280 million, leaving Orioles officials to brace for the inevitable.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Evening Sun Staff | October 17, 1990
CINCINNATI -- Bob Welch does not need to be reminded about what he was doing on this night a year ago. And he doesn't want to dwell on the subject.It is a strange irony that Welch should be Oakland's starting pitcher on the first anniversary of the earthquake that devastated the Bay Area and stopped the World Series. It was a year ago tonight that the Richter scale hit 7.1 and Game 3 of the World Series was postponed for 12 days.Welch had been the A's scheduled pitcher that night -- and he lost a lot more than a World Series start.
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