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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | March 31, 1996
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Sleep beckoned for Felipe Alou as he lay in bed watching the first game of the 1993 World Series. He was tired, and besides, he'd seen plenty of World Series games in his lifetime, played in some in 1962.And then something drove him to his feet, something he had never seen, something he was sure had never been done, something that would keep him awake for four hours after the game, calling his brothers late into the night.The Philadelphia Phillies' Lenny Dykstra had hit a soft line drive to right -- a hit, Alou thought, in every other game that had been played, ever.
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September 25, 2003
Who's hot The White Sox have hit 217 homers, tying the club record set last year. Who's not The Mariners have dropped seven of 11 and are on the verge of missing the postseason. Line of the day J.D. Drew, Cardinals CF AB R H RBI HR 5 3 3 3 1 He said it "Barry doesn't really care how hard a guy throws. He's the best, and the best isn't afraid." Felipe Alou, Giants manager, on slugger Barry Bonds after he struck out against Astros closer Billy Wagner On deck Randy Wolf of the Phillies faces the Marlins tonight in the series finale.
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April 10, 2003
Who's hot The Yankees have 19 homers in their first eight games - one shy of the league record. Who's not The 0-7 Tigers are the only win less team in the majors. Line of the day Mark Prior, Cubs P IP H R BB SO 9 4 0 0 12 He said it "This turned out to be a marathon instead of a matinee." Felipe Alou, Giants manager, after wild 15-11 win over Padres On deck Runelvys Hernandez of the Royals will try to go 3-0 today as he faces the Tigers.
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By John Eisenberg | October 2, 1998
Opinion: If Ron Vanderlinden is going to convince anyone that the rebuilding of Maryland's football program is going well at all, his Terps need to play a competitive game against Florida State tomorrow at Byrd Stadium. They don't have to win, but they have to do something other than lose by 40 or 60 or whatever.Fact: The Orioles finished further out of first place this year than they did in 1988, when they went 0-21 to start the season and finished with 107 losses.Opinion: Kevin Malone is going to hire Felipe Alou or Jim Leyland to manage the Dodgers.
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August 15, 1998
Quote: "Playing left field, there's dead time out there. As a catcher, you're let's go, let's go, let's go. Now, it's hey, let's relax, let's relax, let's relax, let's relax, relax, relax, relax, relax. And I'm not a relaxed type of guy." -- Mets' Todd Hundley, a converted catcherIt's a fact: The Cubs have homered 154 times this season, compared to 127 for all of last season.Who's hot: In three starts since coming to the Reds from the Dodgers, Dennis Reyes is 2-0 with a 1.40 ERA.Who's not: The Reds' Sean Casey is hitless in his past 15 at-bats, leaving him in a 2-for-19 slide.
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By Joe Strauss | July 5, 1998
Les Miserables - DOWN - Felipe Alou owns an $11 million clubhouse and the ability to rip the Orioles' desire after a three-game sweep at Olympic Stadium. How much lower can it go?Rafael Palmeiro - UP - His numbers said he's a cinch for the All-Star Game, but a political and imperfect selection process left him out until Mo Vaughn begged out with an injury. Palmeiro's performance has forced the club to upgrade his contract status to a priority.Rocky Coppinger - UP - Amazing how a year away can raise a guy's stock.
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By Mark Hyman and Mark Hyman,SUN STAFF | December 15, 1995
Unlike classmates searching for their first job after law school, Christia Alou has a plan.She is joining the family business.The baseball business.Ms. Alou, a University of Maryland law student, won't be wearing a big-league uniform like her brother, Moises, a star player with the Montreal Expos, or her dad, Felipe, the Expos' manager. But she expects to be spending much of her time around major league ballparks.Her job: Player agent.Ms. Alou already is working at that goal as a founder of a fledging sports-management company, AC Sport.
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By JIM HENNEMAN | September 27, 1992
With one week to go in the season, there isn't much left to influence the division races -- but the same isn't true for individual honors.But Pendleton has better numbers than he had when he won ayear ago, and Sheffield still has an outside chance at winning the Triple Crown. The Padres' late fade will hurt Sheffield.Prediction: Sheffield deserves it, but Atlanta's repeat peformance will be enough for Pendleton to do the same.* Cy Young Award: A month ago this wasn't even a contest, but Atlanta left-hander Tom Glavine has stumbled in his bid to repeat.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 18, 1995
JEFF HUSONCareer recordPlayed as a utility infielder for the Montreal Expos and Texas Rangers before signing a Triple-A contract with the Orioles on Dec. 28, 1994. Called up June 25, when Jeff Manto went on the disabled list. Came up through the Expos' organization, reaching the major leagues in 1988. Spent last season with Triple-A Oklahoma City.Personal recordTurned 31 on Tuesday. Born in Scottsdale, Ariz. Lives in Bedford, Texas. Spent two seasons at University of Wyoming. Played with current Orioles teammates Rafael Palmeiro and Harold Baines in Texas.
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August 15, 1998
Quote: "Playing left field, there's dead time out there. As a catcher, you're let's go, let's go, let's go. Now, it's hey, let's relax, let's relax, let's relax, let's relax, relax, relax, relax, relax. And I'm not a relaxed type of guy." -- Mets' Todd Hundley, a converted catcherIt's a fact: The Cubs have homered 154 times this season, compared to 127 for all of last season.Who's hot: In three starts since coming to the Reds from the Dodgers, Dennis Reyes is 2-0 with a 1.40 ERA.Who's not: The Reds' Sean Casey is hitless in his past 15 at-bats, leaving him in a 2-for-19 slide.
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By Joe Strauss | July 5, 1998
Les Miserables - DOWN - Felipe Alou owns an $11 million clubhouse and the ability to rip the Orioles' desire after a three-game sweep at Olympic Stadium. How much lower can it go?Rafael Palmeiro - UP - His numbers said he's a cinch for the All-Star Game, but a political and imperfect selection process left him out until Mo Vaughn begged out with an injury. Palmeiro's performance has forced the club to upgrade his contract status to a priority.Rocky Coppinger - UP - Amazing how a year away can raise a guy's stock.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | March 31, 1996
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- Sleep beckoned for Felipe Alou as he lay in bed watching the first game of the 1993 World Series. He was tired, and besides, he'd seen plenty of World Series games in his lifetime, played in some in 1962.And then something drove him to his feet, something he had never seen, something he was sure had never been done, something that would keep him awake for four hours after the game, calling his brothers late into the night.The Philadelphia Phillies' Lenny Dykstra had hit a soft line drive to right -- a hit, Alou thought, in every other game that had been played, ever.
BUSINESS
By Mark Hyman and Mark Hyman,SUN STAFF | December 15, 1995
Unlike classmates searching for their first job after law school, Christia Alou has a plan.She is joining the family business.The baseball business.Ms. Alou, a University of Maryland law student, won't be wearing a big-league uniform like her brother, Moises, a star player with the Montreal Expos, or her dad, Felipe, the Expos' manager. But she expects to be spending much of her time around major league ballparks.Her job: Player agent.Ms. Alou already is working at that goal as a founder of a fledging sports-management company, AC Sport.
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By Jamison Hensley | August 18, 1995
JEFF HUSONCareer recordPlayed as a utility infielder for the Montreal Expos and Texas Rangers before signing a Triple-A contract with the Orioles on Dec. 28, 1994. Called up June 25, when Jeff Manto went on the disabled list. Came up through the Expos' organization, reaching the major leagues in 1988. Spent last season with Triple-A Oklahoma City.Personal recordTurned 31 on Tuesday. Born in Scottsdale, Ariz. Lives in Bedford, Texas. Spent two seasons at University of Wyoming. Played with current Orioles teammates Rafael Palmeiro and Harold Baines in Texas.
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