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September 18, 1999
Indians: Rookie right-hander Jim Brower will make his first major-league start tomorrow in the series finale against David Cone.
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By Phil Rogers | July 11, 2010
Hold on to your wallets. We have reached the time of year when the media and fans clamor for teams in contention to snag the best midseason reinforcements available. Teams feel pressure to make moves (and headlines), whether there's a gaping hole to fill or not. Yet it's always a seller's market for the top players available. Teams are going to mortgage the future for a short-term gain that few will realize. Sometimes you give up talent but get the result you wanted. The Blue Jays sent Jeff Kent to the Mets to get David Cone in 1992, and Cone helped them win a championship.
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May 29, 1994
David Cone, pitcher, Kansas City Royals4AB .. .. .. R .. .. H .. .. HR .. .. RBI .. .. .Avg31 .. .. .. 5 .. .. 16 .. .. 0 .. .. 7 ... ... .5.16
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May 17, 2003
Who's hot Scott Rolen of the Cardinals is 14-for-33 with three home runs during a 10-game hitting streak. Who's not The Royals lead the American League with 25 wild pitches. Line of the day Mark Buehrle, White Sox P IP R H BB SO 3 1/3 10 10 2 0 He said it "I'm encouraged to keep going on. My arm still feels good." David Cone, Mets pitcher, after allowing three runs and five hits in five innings in a rehab start On deck Mark Prior of the Cubs and Damian Moss of the Giants try for their league-leading sixth victories today.
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June 15, 1998
Hitting Kenny Lofton, Indians: 3-for-3, HR, double. Pitching Glendon Rusch, Royals: 9 innings, 0 runs, 7 hits. David Cone, Yankees: 8 innings, 1 run, 4 hits, 12 strikeouts. Pub Date: 6/15/98
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October 11, 1996
Todd ZeileInning: ThirdCount: 3-1Situation: One on, none outDistance: 350 feetLocation: Left fieldYankees pitcher: David ConeScore: Tied, 2-2Team total in series: 3Team total in postseason: 12
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April 25, 1995
AL MVP 1. Kenny Lofton IndiansKen Griffey Jr. Mariners3. David Cone Blue Jays4. Frank Thomas White Sox5. Albert Belle IndiansAL Cy Young 1. David Cone Blue JaysMike Mussina Orioles3. John Wetteland Yankees4. Randy Johnson Mariners5. Jason Bere White SoxAL Rookie of the Year 1. Alex Rodriguez MarinersArmando Benitez Orioles3. LaTroy Hawkins TwinsNL MVP 1. Greg Maddux BravesMoises Alou Expos3. Fred McGriff Braves4. Barry Bonds Giants5. Jeff Bagwell AstrosNL Cy Young 1. Greg Maddux BravesJose Rijo Reds3.
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By Roch Kubatko | October 4, 2001
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards Day ............ Time ......... TV ............... Starters Tonight ....... 7:05 ....... CSN ............RHP Hideo Nomo (12-10, 4.52) ........................................................ vs. RHP Calvin Maduro (5-6, 4.23) Tomorrow ... 1:05 ....... CSN ........... RHP Sun Woo Kim (0-2, 6.06) (1st game)....................................... vs. RHP Ryan Kohlmeier (1-1, 7.25) Tomorrow ....7:05 ....... CSN .......... RHP Frank Castillo (9-9, 4.44) (2nd game)
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 25, 2000
NEW YORK - Orlando Hernandez went into his Game 3 start for the New York Yankees last night with a career 8-0 record in the postseason and some flu-like symptoms that briefly raised questions about his availability. Manager Joe Torre checked on Hernandez around 6:30 p.m. and became encouraged after seeing "El Duque" swinging a bat in the clubhouse. A potential crisis had been averted, leaving the focus where it belonged in this World Series - on Mets catcher Mike Piazza's splintered bat. "If there was anything going on, it was probably a little cold or something," Torre said.
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By Roch Kubatko | July 4, 2000
At Yankee Stadium Day Time TV Starters Today 1:05 13 Scott Erickson (3-6, 7.77 ERA) vs. David Cone (1-6, 6.40) Tomorrow 7:05 HTS Pat Rapp (5-5, 5.18) vs. Andy Pettitte (8-4, 4.40) Thursday 12:05 54, 50 Sidney Ponson (5-4, 4.77) vs. undecided Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM) Yankees update New York becomes the latest team to challenge the Orioles' woeful road skills. The Orioles, 12-32 away from Camden Yards, lost two of three in the Bronx in early May. A three-run, walk-off home run by catcher Jorge Posada gave the Yankees a 12-10 win in the opener and began left-hander B. J. Ryan's slow descent into the minors.
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May 25, 2000
Quote: "We're not going to cry and worry about it."- Indians manager Charlie Manuel, who has four pitchers on the disabled list. It's a fact: The Devil Rays have gone 76 games without being shut out, the longest streak in the American League. Who's hot: The Rangers are 15-5 in May - best in the majors. Who's not: The Red Sox have scored 11 runs in four games at Fenway before last night. On deck: James Baldwin of the White Sox puts his 7-0 record up against David Cone and the Yankees.
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