October 12, 2005
0 -- Wins for Archbishop Curley in its five football games this season. The Friars, winners of four Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference crowns in five years through last season, are 0-3 in the A Conference. 19 -- Saves City College junior goalie Max Armstrong had in a 1-0 shutout of three-time Baltimore City league boys soccer champ Poly last Wednesday. It was the first loss for Poly in league play, ending a seven-game winning streak. 533 -- Calls Gilman senior offensive guard Bobby Davis responded to as a firefighter with the Owings Mills Volunteer Fire Company.
June 9, 2009
The Mariners have won seven of their past 10 games, including taking two of three from the Orioles last week at Safeco Field. They've played 27 one-run games this season and are 15-12 in those contests. In the two games since losing his 27-game hitting streak, Ichiro Suzuki is 5-for-9. Since being slotted into the No. 2 spot in the batting order, first baseman Russell Branyan is 6-for-17 with two home runs. Three Mariners - Erik Bedard, Jarrod Washburn and Felix Hernandez - rank in the top 10 in the American League in ERA. Left-hander Ryan Rowland-Smith, who has been on the disabled list with triceps tendinitis, was supposed to make his season debut Thursday, but it appears plans have changed after he allowed 12 runs and 14 hits in 4 2/3 innings in a rehab start Friday.
April 20, 1997
Athletics: Damon Mashore is batting .448 (13-for-29) with nine runs scored in seven games as the leadoff batter.Brewers: Jeromy Burnitz broke an 0-for-15 slump against his former team, the Indians, with a single in the sixth.Cubs: Chicago lost its final three road games in 1996, and is 0-7 away from Wrigley Field this year.Giants: Barry Bonds, who went 0-for-3, with a walk, has reached base in all 15 games this season.Indians: The team hit back-to-back homers for the first time since September, when Jim Thome, Albert Belle and Julio Franco went deep against the Angels.
May 6, 2009
SAME OLD Rays starter Matt Garza allowed three runs on a two-run, third-inning homer by Brian Roberts that followed a Rays error, and a solo shot by Gregg Zaun in the fifth. He's now 6-0 with a 2.28 ERA in seven career starts against the Orioles. STREAK OVER Nick Markakis lost his 17-game hitting streak Saturday in Toronto, and he said goodbye to his consecutive games-on-base streak Tuesday. He went 0-for-4, halting his 35-game streak. It was the longest active streak in the majors, and he had been one of only two players (the New York Mets' Carlos Beltran was the other)
May 20, 1999
Quote: "In a park like this, things can get out of hand."-- Rockies manager Jim Leyland, after Colorado's 24-12 loss to Cincinnati at Coors Field.It's a fact: Arizona has 33 homers in 22 road games this season. Atlanta is 19-0 when scoring five or more runs. The last time Cincinnati swept a series from Colorado was August 1993 -- the Rockies' inaugural season.Who's hot: The Braves' Bret Boone has hit in 20 of his last 21 games and reached base safely in 21 straight. The Reds' Sean Casey has reached base in eight straight plate appearances.
September 24, 1990
Ken Griffey Sr. says he won't decide whether to return to the Seattle Mariners as a player until well after the end of the season.Batting .460 with three homers and 15 RBI in the month since he joined his son, Ken Griffey Jr., the invitation seems guaranteed."
September 2, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE Who's hot The Yankees have 44 come-from-behind victories, the most in the majors. Who's not Jeff Weaver of the Tigers is 0-5 in his five complete games this season. Line of the day Brian Buchanan, Twins right fielder AB R H RBI HR 4 2 3 4 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Who's hot The Giants are 23-12 since acquiring Andres Galarraga from the Rangers on July 25. Who's not Greg Maddux of the Braves is 3-3 with 4.44 ERA in his past seven starts after going 10-0 with a 2.45 ERA from June 5-July 27. Line of the day Richie Sexson, Brew ers first baseman AB R H RBI HR 3 2 2 3 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE He said it "It was a typical Red Sox-Yankees game.
August 27, 1991
When the Blast plays in its Major Soccer League home opener Oct. 19, former Kansas City defender Doug Neely will be wearing one of the team's new uniforms with No. 15 on his jersey.The club announced yesterday, Neely is the latest player to sign for the coming season, bringing the current roster number to 10.The Blast's regular-season schedule is expected to be ready late this afternoon, but assistant general manager Drew Forrester said the team will open against Dallas, Oct. 19, and will play 18 of its 20 home games on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.