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June 5, 1999
Hot corner Quote: "We knew the fans were here to see [Mark] McGwire. But they still take up space. Besides, when we scored, they cheered." -- Tigers pitcher Brian Moehler It's a fact: The Cardinals are 1-17 when they fail to score at least four runs. Who's hot: The Yankees have drawn 1,017,115 fans in 27 home dates, the fastest they've reached 1 million. Who's not: The Braves' Tom Glavine leads the NL in losses with seven. On deck: Today Hideo Nomo of the Brewers returns to Colorado, where on Sept.
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By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | March 29, 2004
TOKYO - Japanese children swinging at the batting cages pretend they're him, the news photographers at the ballpark act as if there's no one here besides him, and when the newspaper headlines scream his nickname, "Godzilla," the exclamation marks are taken for granted. That's the public story of New York Yankee Hideki Matsui's triumphant homecoming, Japan's most beloved baseball slugger returning to a unified display of adulation from a proud nation. He came back for major-league baseball's regular-season opener here tomorrow night, and for an exhibition yesterday against his old team, Tokyo's Yomiuri Giants.
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SPORTS
April 5, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE Who's hot Carlos Delgado of the Blue Jays hit three home runs last night against the Devil Rays. Who's not Glenallen Hill, Angels DH, is 0-for-8 with three strikeouts and has hit into two double plays. Line of the day Hideo Nomo, Red Sox pitcher IP H R BB SO 9 0 0 3 11 NATIONAL LEAGUE Who's hot The Phillies beat the Florida Marlins for their first season-opening three-game sweep since 1994. Who's not The Cubs have stranded 21 runners in two one-run defeats. Line of the day Richard Hidalgo, Astros center fielder AB R H RBI HR 5 2 2 5 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE He said it "I'm standing by what the people from the Hall of Fame say. That's the record."
SPORTS
April 5, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE Who's hot Carlos Delgado of the Blue Jays hit three home runs last night against the Devil Rays. Who's not Glenallen Hill, Angels DH, is 0-for-8 with three strikeouts and has hit into two double plays. Line of the day Hideo Nomo, Red Sox pitcher IP H R BB SO 9 0 0 3 11 NATIONAL LEAGUE Who's hot The Phillies beat the Florida Marlins for their first season-opening three-game sweep since 1994. Who's not The Cubs have stranded 21 runners in two one-run defeats. Line of the day Richard Hidalgo, Astros center fielder AB R H RBI HR 5 2 2 5 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE He said it "I'm standing by what the people from the Hall of Fame say. That's the record."
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By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | March 29, 2004
TOKYO - Japanese children swinging at the batting cages pretend they're him, the news photographers at the ballpark act as if there's no one here besides him, and when the newspaper headlines scream his nickname, "Godzilla," the exclamation marks are taken for granted. That's the public story of New York Yankee Hideki Matsui's triumphant homecoming, Japan's most beloved baseball slugger returning to a unified display of adulation from a proud nation. He came back for major-league baseball's regular-season opener here tomorrow night, and for an exhibition yesterday against his old team, Tokyo's Yomiuri Giants.
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By Jonathan Herskovitz and Jonathan Herskovitz,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 9, 1996
TOKYO -- In the downtown bar, heads turn when Cal Ripken Jr. appears on the TV screen for his first at bat in this month's Japan-United States exhibition baseball series."
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By DAN BERGER | July 12, 1995
Hideo Nomo for President (of Japan)!Egypt is trying to stop theft of its cultural artifacts, closing the barn door 4,000 years after the horse was stolen.
SPORTS
May 1, 1995
BaseballLos Angeles Dodgers -- Recalled P Hideo Nomo from Bakersfield of the California League. Optioned P Noe Munoz to Triple-A Albuquerque.San Diego Padres -- Announced P Nate Cromwell was returned by the Houston Astros, and assigned him to Triple-A Las Vegas.Yonkers Hoot Owls (Northeast League) -- Named Paul Blair manager and Randye Ringler GM.FootballMiami Dolphins -- Signed WR Gary Clark to a two-year contract.HockeyOttawa Senators -- Sent RW Daniel Guerard and LW Claude Boivin to AHL Prince Edward Island.
SPORTS
June 13, 2000
Quote: "They booed everything I did last time here. That's fine. I just ask them to get more original stuff, because I like to get involved and laugh." - Red Sox's Carl Everett, formerly of the Mets, on the New York fans. It's a fact: The Devil Rays are 1-11 when their opponent starts a left-hander. Who's hot: The White Sox have homered in 16 straight games, tying the club record. Who's not: The Tigers' Hideo Nomo has lost three straight. On deck: The Mariners are in the middle of their longest road trip of the year, a 10-game sojourn to San Francisco, Kansas City and Minnesota.
SPORTS
June 5, 1999
Hot corner Quote: "We knew the fans were here to see [Mark] McGwire. But they still take up space. Besides, when we scored, they cheered." -- Tigers pitcher Brian Moehler It's a fact: The Cardinals are 1-17 when they fail to score at least four runs. Who's hot: The Yankees have drawn 1,017,115 fans in 27 home dates, the fastest they've reached 1 million. Who's not: The Braves' Tom Glavine leads the NL in losses with seven. On deck: Today Hideo Nomo of the Brewers returns to Colorado, where on Sept.
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By Jonathan Herskovitz and Jonathan Herskovitz,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 9, 1996
TOKYO -- In the downtown bar, heads turn when Cal Ripken Jr. appears on the TV screen for his first at bat in this month's Japan-United States exhibition baseball series."
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