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September 18, 1998
Hitting2& Mark Grace, Cubs: 2-for-4, 2 RBIs.PitchingDenny Neagle, Braves: 6 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits.Rod Beck, Cubs: Earned 49th save in 55th opportunity.Pub Date: 9/18/98
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March 25, 2005
Moves Auto racing IRL: Panther Racing announced signing of driver Buddy Lazier for Indianapolis 500. Baseball ANGELS: Assigned P Mark Watson to minor league camp. BRAVES: Claimed minor league IF Jason Bourgeois off waivers from Rangers; optioned him to Triple-A Richmond. DEVIL RAYS: Released P Denny Neagle (Arundel) and OF Tom Goodwin. Optioned P Doug Waechter to Triple-A Durham. Assigned C Pete Laforest to minor league camp. MARINERS: Optioned P Jorge Campillo to Triple-A Tacoma.
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April 19, 1998
HittingChipper Jones, Braves, 2-for-5, HR (8th), double, 2 RBIs.Walt Weiss, Braves, 3-for-4, 2 RBIs.Andy Sheets, Padres, 3-for-4, HR, 3 RBIs.PitchingManny Aybar, Cardinals, 6 innings, 6 hits, 2 runs.Denny Neagle, Braves, 9 innings, 7 hits, 4 runs.Pub Date: 4/19/98
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 11, 2005
At least six players on the World Series champion Boston Red Sox were tested yesterday in Fort Myers, Fla., as part of baseball's program to curb steroid use. Team vice president Mike Port said six to 12 players were tested, but he was not allowed to give out names. He was contacted Wednesday by the independent company handling the tests. "We never get the results," Port said. "I guess, as best I know, the only news that a club might get is that which might be less than desirable. Otherwise, no news is good news."
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May 15, 1999
Braves: Catcher Javy Lopez played his first game since the death of his mother last week. Jeff Blauser, who had off-season elbow surgery, made his first start this year at shortstop.Cubs: Mark Grace was 2-for-3 with a walk and two runs scored. Outfielder Lance Johnson was scratched with sore feet and will have special devices made in hopes of alleviating the pain. The crowd of 40,046 was the largest this season.Padres: San Diego has homered in a season-high six consecutive games. Tony Gwynn singled, grounded into a double play and grounded out against Denny Neagle.
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By Buster Olney | October 24, 1996
On the field: George Steinbrenner can't say Kenny Rogers didn't contribute anything to the New York cause last night. Denny Neagle had retired the first eight hitters he faced when Rogers came to bat for the first time in his career in the third inning. Rogers lashed a liner that went off the glove of third baseman Chipper Jones for a single.In the dugout: When Neagle fell behind Darryl Strawberry in the count three balls and no strikes in the second inning, the Braves shifted their infield, with shortstop Jeff Blauser moving to the first-base side of second.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko | March 20, 1997
What the Orioles did yesterday: Enjoyed their only spring training day off.What the Orioles will do today: Head to West Palm Beach to play the Atlanta Braves for the fifth time. Right-hander Rocky Coppinger will oppose left-hander Denny Neagle (Arundel High), who was roughed up by the Orioles last week in Fort Lauderdale.You know it's spring training when: Fans disapprove of a common strategic maneuver. With Orioles runners on second and third and one out in the eighth inning Tuesday, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Bill Russell brought in left-hander Scott Radinsky to pitch to left-handed hitting Brady Anderson and protect a one-run lead.
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June 22, 1998
Quote: "Sorry, I'm off today." -- Brewers owner Bud Selig, in the press box at County Stadium for the first time this homestand, on reports he's about to become commissioner.It's a fact: The Braves' Denny Neagle (Arundel) has allowed 16 homers; he gave up 18 last year.Who's hot: The Cardinals' Brian Jordan (Milford Mill) went 8-for-12 in the series and leads the NL at .350.Who's not: The Diamondbacks' Devon White went 0-for-5 against the Cardinals yesterday and was 0-for-13 in the three-game series.
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April 13, 1999
Quote: "The whole season is not based on the first two weeks of the year, but [6-2 is] better than being 2-7, of course." -- Mets pitcher Bobby JonesIt's a fact: Boyz 2 Men didn't show up to sing the national anthem at the Phillies opener, which was performed by the Philadelphia Boys Choir instead. Boyz 2 Men issued an apology, saying they got stuck in traffic.Who's hot: Scott Rolen is the only Phillie to hit in all eight games.Who's not: The Marlins have just one home run and 20 runs in seven games.
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June 25, 2001
Baseball Astros: Recalled P Tim Redding from Triple-A New Orleans. Purchased contract of C Scott Servais from New Orleans. Transferred P Kent Bottenfield from 15-day to 60-day DL. Placed OF Orlando Merced on 15-day DL with right oblique muscle strain. Optioned P Tony McKnight to New Orleans. Devil Rays: Released OF Gerald Williams. Activated OF Jose Guillen. Giants: Placed 1B J.T. Snow on DL. Indians: Activated OF Dave Roberts from 60-day DL and optioned him to Triple-A Buffalo. Mets: Optioned P Dicky Gonzalez to Triple-A Norfolk.
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April 4, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE He said it "It was a huge thrill to meet him because I've been a big fan of his my whole life." Alex Rodriguez, Rangers shortstop after meeting former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman, who threw out the first pitch in Texas' home opener On deck The Indians' five-year, 455-game sellout streak at Jacobs Field could end tonight. NATIONAL LEAGUE On deck Denny Neagle, former Arundel High star, makes his Rockies de but today in Colorado. He said it "My teammates had to help me out. They said, `Curtain call.
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By COLORADO SPRINGS GAZETTE | December 3, 2000
DENVER - The Colorado Rockies hope to sign Denny Neagle (Arundel) to a five-year contract, believed to be worth $45 million, sometime in the next two days. Colorado general manager Dan O'Dowd said the Rockies are closer to a deal than the teams reported to have made four-year offers - the Boston Red Sox ($40 million) and the Los Angeles Dodgers ($44 million). O'Dowd and Neagle agent Barry Meister met all day and well into the night Thursday and Friday before Meister returned to Chicago for a special family occasion.
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By John Eisenberg | October 18, 2000
BEFORE THE Los Angeles Dodgers played the Oakland Athletics in the World Series a dozen years ago, I wrote that the Dodgers were doomed to lose because they had more former Orioles, such as Rick Dempsey and John Shelby, in uniform and the Orioles had lost 21 straight games at the start of that season. When the Dodgers won in an upset, Shelby found me in the clubhouse and poured a beer on my head. "That's for doggin' us!" he shouted. The Ex-Oriole Factor has never worked as well as its more famous older brother, the Ex-Cub Factor, which has uncannily picked a number of World Series winners based on the number of former Cubs on each team, with the team employing the more "cursed" Cubs seldom winning.
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July 16, 2000
Quote: "I watched some of the videos of the last time we played and we couldn't get him out. Obviously he's one of the best and I just didn't want to upset him." - Athletics pitcher Gil Heredia of Giants' Barry Bonds, whom he struck out three times It's a fact: The four homers yielded by Jim Brower are the most allowed by an Indians pitcher in one game at Jacobs Field since the park opened in 1994. Who's hot: The Dodgers' Gary Sheffield, who had no homers in eight games before the All-Star break, homered for the fourth time in three games since the three-day hiatus.
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