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July 26, 1998
Hitting Edgar Martinez, Mariners: 4-for-4. Tony Clark, Tigers: 4-for-5. Jason Giambi, Athletics: 4 RBIs, HR. Pub Date: 7/26/98
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July 11, 2004
It's a fact The Diamondbacks are 7-0 on the Fourth of July after a 6-2 victory over the Twins last Sunday. Milestone Edgar Martinez of the Mari ners became the career RBI leader among DHs, passing Harold Baines (979). The number 1: Braves on the NL All-Star team (Johnny Estrada), their fewest since 1991 (Tom Glavine).
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July 14, 1998
HittingJim Thome, Indians: 3-for-4, HR, triple, 2 runs scored.Albert Belle, White Sox: 2 HRs.Edgar Martinez, Mariners: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs.PitchingNerio Rodriguez, Orioles: 6 innings (5 perfect), 0 runs, 1 hit.Jaret Wright, Indians: 7 innings, 1 run, 8 hits.Pub Date: 7/14/98
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May 14, 1999
Quote: "He's the best I've seen. I faced [Roger] Clemens in his early years and Nolan [Ryan]. Pedro is better." -- Edgar Martinez, Mariners DH, on Boston's Pedro Martinez.It's a fact: Toronto has batted around 12 times this season.Who's hot: The Blue Jays' Tony Fernandez is 16-for-30 (.533) in his last eight games.Who's not: Twins pitchers Mike Lincoln and LaTroy Hawkins are a combined 1-11 with a 7.31 ERA.On deck: Mariners shortstop Alex Rodriguez, who underwent surgery April 9 to repair torn cartilage in his left knee, is expected to start tonight against the Royals.
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July 11, 2004
It's a fact The Diamondbacks are 7-0 on the Fourth of July after a 6-2 victory over the Twins last Sunday. Milestone Edgar Martinez of the Mari ners became the career RBI leader among DHs, passing Harold Baines (979). The number 1: Braves on the NL All-Star team (Johnny Estrada), their fewest since 1991 (Tom Glavine).
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May 14, 1999
Quote: "He's the best I've seen. I faced [Roger] Clemens in his early years and Nolan [Ryan]. Pedro is better." -- Edgar Martinez, Mariners DH, on Boston's Pedro Martinez.It's a fact: Toronto has batted around 12 times this season.Who's hot: The Blue Jays' Tony Fernandez is 16-for-30 (.533) in his last eight games.Who's not: Twins pitchers Mike Lincoln and LaTroy Hawkins are a combined 1-11 with a 7.31 ERA.On deck: Mariners shortstop Alex Rodriguez, who underwent surgery April 9 to repair torn cartilage in his left knee, is expected to start tonight against the Royals.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | August 23, 1995
If you paid close attention to the Orioles' 6-0 loss to the Mariners on Monday night, you understand why many people become armchair managers. And why so many others consider the job a no-win proposition that can endanger one's emotional, and occupational, stability.For six innings the teams combined to put 19 runners on base without scoring a run. Twice the Mariners had the bases loaded with less than two outs. Three times the Orioles had their leadoff hitter on, including the first inning, when the first two batters reached safely.
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By BUSTER OLNEY and BUSTER OLNEY,SUN STAFF | October 18, 1995
SEATTLE -- The moment when Cleveland manager Mike Hargrove felt sure that the Indians were going to the World Series hit him in the ninth inning last night, when Edgar Martinez swung and missed at a pitch in the dirt for the second out.Hargrove jumped in happiness, and a wave of emotion overwhelmed him. He had played for some of the many horrible Cleveland teams since 1954, the last time the Indians participated in the World Series. He played before tens of thousands of empty seats at Municipal Stadium, in the dark years of the franchise.
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By Buster Olney | October 10, 1995
The matchupCleveland IndiansHow they got here: The Indians blitzed through the regular season, winning 100 games, then swept the Boston Red Sox in three games in the divisional series.Why they're here: Their lineup scores lots of runs, their starting pitching is experienced and their bullpen is strong and effectively protects their leads.What they've overcome: In 1993, two Cleveland pitchers, Steve Olin and Tim Crews, were killed in a boating accident and a third, Bob Ojeda, was severely injured.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | August 23, 1995
SEATTLE -- The Orioles stopped hitting, the bullpen stunk, the rotation collapsed. But through it all, there has been Mike Mussina, who this year has been the difference between mediocrity and last place.Mussina went 7 2/3 innings to beat Seattle, 2-1, last night, and picked up his 14th win of the season, tying him with Boston's Tim Wakefield for the major-league lead. Doug Jones pitched in his first save opportunity since July 28 and converted, for his 20th save."Mussina's been an anchor for us," said Orioles manager Phil Regan.
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September 27, 1998
HittingCraig Grebeck, Blue Jays: 4-for-5, double.Edgar Martinez, Mariners: 4-for-4, HR, 2 doubles.Rickey Henderson, Athletics: 3-for-3, 2 steals.PitchingDavid Cone, Yankees: 7 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits.Pub Date: 9/27/98
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July 14, 1998
HittingJim Thome, Indians: 3-for-4, HR, triple, 2 runs scored.Albert Belle, White Sox: 2 HRs.Edgar Martinez, Mariners: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs.PitchingNerio Rodriguez, Orioles: 6 innings (5 perfect), 0 runs, 1 hit.Jaret Wright, Indians: 7 innings, 1 run, 8 hits.Pub Date: 7/14/98
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By BUSTER OLNEY and BUSTER OLNEY,SUN STAFF | October 18, 1995
SEATTLE -- The moment when Cleveland manager Mike Hargrove felt sure that the Indians were going to the World Series hit him in the ninth inning last night, when Edgar Martinez swung and missed at a pitch in the dirt for the second out.Hargrove jumped in happiness, and a wave of emotion overwhelmed him. He had played for some of the many horrible Cleveland teams since 1954, the last time the Indians participated in the World Series. He played before tens of thousands of empty seats at Municipal Stadium, in the dark years of the franchise.
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By Buster Olney | October 10, 1995
The matchupCleveland IndiansHow they got here: The Indians blitzed through the regular season, winning 100 games, then swept the Boston Red Sox in three games in the divisional series.Why they're here: Their lineup scores lots of runs, their starting pitching is experienced and their bullpen is strong and effectively protects their leads.What they've overcome: In 1993, two Cleveland pitchers, Steve Olin and Tim Crews, were killed in a boating accident and a third, Bob Ojeda, was severely injured.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | August 23, 1995
SEATTLE -- The Orioles stopped hitting, the bullpen stunk, the rotation collapsed. But through it all, there has been Mike Mussina, who this year has been the difference between mediocrity and last place.Mussina went 7 2/3 innings to beat Seattle, 2-1, last night, and picked up his 14th win of the season, tying him with Boston's Tim Wakefield for the major-league lead. Doug Jones pitched in his first save opportunity since July 28 and converted, for his 20th save."Mussina's been an anchor for us," said Orioles manager Phil Regan.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | August 23, 1995
If you paid close attention to the Orioles' 6-0 loss to the Mariners on Monday night, you understand why many people become armchair managers. And why so many others consider the job a no-win proposition that can endanger one's emotional, and occupational, stability.For six innings the teams combined to put 19 runners on base without scoring a run. Twice the Mariners had the bases loaded with less than two outs. Three times the Orioles had their leadoff hitter on, including the first inning, when the first two batters reached safely.
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