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June 13, 2005
BATTING LINE OF THE DAY Eric Chavez, A's 3B AB R H RBI HR 5 2 5 4 2 PITCHING LINE OF THE DAY Roy Oswalt, Astros IP H R BB SO 9 2 0 0 3 WHO'S HOT Jason Lane of the Astros is hitting .400 in June with two homers, four doubles, a triple and six RBIs. WHO'S NOT Ichiro Suzuki of the Mariners went 0-for-5, dropping his average to .295. He hadn't been below .300 since May 12, 2004.
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SPORTS
July 15, 2008
National League * Hanley Ramirez, Florida, ss * Chase Utley, Philadelphia, 2b * Lance Berkman, Houston, 1b * Albert Pujols (above), St. Louis, dh * Chipper Jones, Atlanta, 3b * Matt Holliday, Colorado, rf * Ryan Braun, Milwaukee, lf * Kosuke Fukudome, Chicago, cf * Geovany Soto, Chicago, c * Ben Sheets, Milwaukee, rhp American League * Ichiro Suzuki (above), Seattle, rf * Derek Jeter, New York, ss * Josh Hamilton, Texas, cf * Alex Rodriguez, New York, 3b * Manny Ramirez, Boston, lf * Milton Bradley, Texas, dh * Kevin Youkilis, Boston, 1b * Joe Mauer, Minnesota, c * Dustin Pedroia, Boston, 2b * Cliff Lee, Cleveland, lhp
SPORTS
By SHEIL KAPADIA | August 10, 2006
UP Ryan Howard, first baseman, Phillies -- The slugger is 13-for-32 (.406) with four homers and 14 RBIs in his past eight games. Garret Anderson, outfielder, Angels -- He's 10-for-27 (.370) with three home runs and nine RBIs in his past seven games. Anderson has hit .300 or better in three straight seasons, but he is at .283 this year. Brad Radke, starter, Twins -- With Francisco Liriano injured, Minnesota needs the veteran hurler to pitch well during its playoff push. So far Radke has delivered.
NEWS
December 5, 1994
Thelma Finney, 86, who won a legal battle to become the first woman to legally tend bar in Idaho, died Thursday in Coeur d'Alene. She was also a nurse and licensed boat pilot, "but, for a lot of people, Thelma Finney was the bartender," said her daughter, Marlo Faulkner. "She knew where every skeleton in Kootenai County was buried, who buried them and where they bought the shovel. And she never told a soul." The legal challenge to the state law against women tending bar began when Mrs. Finney was arrested in the late 1940s for working at a lodge she owned with her husband.
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