April 6, 1999
Quote: "Mo can't hit it that far." --John Valentin of the Red Sox, who moved into Mo Vaughn's spot in the order, after hitting a 430-foot homer to dead center in Kansas City.It's a fact: Since moving to Jacobs Field in 1994, the Indians have never had a losing record, and they've sold out their last 292 home games.Who's hot: Jose Offerman went 4-for-5 in his Red Sox debut.Who's not: Rangers starter Rick Helling gave up seven runs in three innings and was pulled after hitting the Tigers' No. 8 and No. 9 hitters after getting two strikes on them.
August 27, 2004
Who's hot The Red Sox have won nine of 10 and are a season-best 20 games over .500. Who's not The Mets have lost five straight and were outscored 26-8 in a four-game sweep by the Padres. Line of the day Aaron Harang, Reds P IP H R BB SO 9 3 0 1 6 She said it "Nomar, we have one for the family." Mia Hamm, U.S. women's soccer star, to her husband, Nomar Garciaparra of the Cubs, after beating Brazil for the gold medal On deck Jaret Wright of the Braves goes for his 13th win as he faces Barry Bonds and the Giants tonight.
April 25, 2005
Moves Baseball DIAMONDBACKS: Optioned P Mike Gosling to Triple-A Tucson. Recalled P Javier Lopez from Tucson. NATIONALS: Optioned P Joe Horgan to Triple-A New Orleans. YANKEES: Placed P Jaret Wright on DL with right shoulder strain. Recalled P Colter Bean from Triple-A Columbus. Colleges NAVY: FB Kyle Eckel signed free-agent contract with Patriots. SALISBURY: P Lacey Lister named Capital Athletic Conference softball Player of Year. Margie Knight named Coach of Year. 3B Leslie White, OF Kareem Falcon (Severn)
April 11, 2007
For the first time since joining the Orioles, starting pitcher Jaret Wright finally looked comfortable on the mound. He located his fastball and threw his other three pitches for strikes. However, when Wright started warming up for the fifth inning last night, he was alarmed by a familiar feeling in the back of his right shoulder. Wright made it through one more inning before getting removed with shoulder stiffness in the Orioles' 3-1 loss to the Detroit Tigers. Tigers@Orioles Tonight, 7:05, MASN, 105.7 FM Starters: Tigers' Justin Verlander (0-0, 0.00)
October 6, 1998
Cleveland Indians vs. New York Yankees/# (Best of seven; TV: chs. 11, 4)Tonight: 8: 07 p.m., at New York.Indians' Jaret Wright (12-10, 4.72 ERA) vs. Yankees' David Wells (18-4, 3.49).2& Tomorrow: 4: 07 p.m., at New York.Indians' Charles Nagy (15-10, 5.22) vs. Yankees' David Cone (20-7, 3.55).1% Friday: 8: 07 p.m., at Cleveland.Yankees' Andy Pettitte (16-11, 4.24) vs. Indians' Bartolo Colon (14-9, 3.71).3' Saturday: 7: 07 p.m., at Cleveland.Yankees' Orlando Hernandez (12-4, 3.13) vs. Indians' Dwight Gooden (8-6, 3.76)