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.
August 13, 1995
BaseballCleveland Indians -- Placed OF-DH Dave Winfield on 15-day DL. Recalled P Alan Embree from Triple-A.Detroit Tigers -- Activated IF-DH Franklin Stubbs from 15-day DL.Houston Astros -- Optioned P Darryl Kile to Triple-A Tucson. Purchased the contract of P Craig McMurtry from Tucson. Designated P Jamie Daspit for assignment.Oakland Athletics -- Placed 1B Mark McGwire on 15-day DL, retroactive to Aug. 5. Recalled OF Jose Herrera from Double-A Huntsville.BasketballBoston Celtics -- Announced F Dominique Wilkins bought out the remaining two years of his contract and signed a two-year contract with Panathinaikos Athens of the Greek League.
September 8, 1997
Astros: Darryl Kile failed to pitch at least seven innings for the second time in 31 starts. It was his shortest outing since going 3 2/3 innings in an 8-6 loss at Montreal April 30. Kile is 4-9 lifetime against the Giants, his most losses against any team.Athletics: Oakland had its seventh consecutive games with at least 10 hits.Cubs: Ryne Sandberg was a late scratch because of lower back spasms. The crowd of 25,523 raised the home season total to 2,004,160, the 11th time the team has topped 2 million in attendance.