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April 12, 2001
Who's hot The Yankees swept the season series from the Kansas City Roy als, 6-0. Who's not Dave Burba,Indians starter, allowed seven hits and six runs in 3 2/3 innings against the White Sox. Line of the day Alfonso Soriano,Yan kees second baseman AB R H RBI HR 4 2 4 3 1 Who's hot Jeff Fassero of the Cubs pitched a perfect ninth for second straight save and fourth in as many chances. Who's not Ben Sheets of the Brewers, the Olympic hero, was hit hard by the Expos in suffering second straight loss.
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By Peter Schmuck | June 18, 2004
At Coors Field, Denver Day Time TV Starters Tonight 9:05 54, 20 Sidney Ponson (3-8, 6.60) vs. Shawn Estes (6-3, 5.81) Tomorrow 8:05 13, 20 Eric DuBose (4-5, 5.80) vs. Jeff Fassero (0-6, 5.24) Sunday 3:05 54, 20 Daniel Cabrera (3-3, 4.35) vs. Joe Kennedy (5-4, 4.15) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) Rockies update The clubs with the highest team ERAs in the major leagues meet - in the thin air of Denver, no less. The Rockies, who own the second-worst record in baseball (23-42), suffered an 11-0 loss to Boston yesterday to raise their team ERA to 6.26 - more than a run higher than last year's season-ending figure (5.20)
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August 28, 1999
Quote: "I know it's been a rough year for him, but a change of scenery sometimes does wonders for a veteran." -- Rangers manager Johnny Oates, on getting Jeff Fassero, who's allowed a major-league-high 34 homersIt's a fact: The Twins have just 85 homers, worst in the major leagues.Who's hot: The Athletics are 19-8 since the July 29 acquisitions of Omar Olivares and Randy Velarde.Who's not: The Angels' Troy Percival is 0-3 in his career against Boston, having allowed 16 runs in 18 2/3 innings.
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November 4, 2003
Moves Baseball BLUE JAYS: Named Brad Arnsberg pitching coach for Triple-A Syracuse and Rick Adair pitching coach and Jim Bowie coach for Double-A Manchester. BRAVES: Exercised $5.7 million 2004 option on P Russ Ortiz. CARDINALS: Declined to exercise 2004 options on P Jeff Fassero ($1.5 million), P Chris Carpenter ($2 million) and 2B Fernando Vina ($4.5 million). INDIANS: Agreed to minor league contracts with P Mark Wohlers, P Jason Bere and P Dave Lee. Activated IF Ricky Gutierrez, IF Omar Vizquel, OF Ryan Ludwick and P Bob Wickman from the 60-day DL. PADRES: Named former GM Randy Smith director of professional and international scouting, Felix Francisco coordinator of Latin American scouting and Elanis Westbrooks professional scout.
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By Joe Strauss | May 31, 1999
At Kingdome, SeattleDay -------------- Time ----- TV ---------- StartersTonight --------- 8 ----------- HTS -------- Sidney Ponson (5-3, 4.20) vs. Jamie Moyer (5-4, 5.50)Tomorrow ----- 10:05 ----- HTS -------- Juan Guzman (2-4, 5.23) vs. Freddy Garcia (6-1, 4.26)Wednesday -- 10:35 ----- HTS -------- Mike Mussina (7-2, 4.21) vs. Jeff Fassero (3-6, 7.34)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Mariners updateSuddenly Seattle is pushing Texas for the AL West lead. Before Tampa Bay's 15-7 rout last night, the Mariners had won four straight and 10 of their last 12 to go two games over .500 for the first time this season.
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By Roch Kubatko | July 24, 1998
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 7:35, 13, 50, Bill Swift (9-5, 5.35) vs. Mike Mussina (7-5, 3.62)Tomorrow, 1:15, 45, 5, Jeff Fassero (9-6, 3.86) vs. Scott Kamieniecki (2-2, 6.75)Sunday, 1:35, 13, 50, Jamie Moyer (7-7, 3.42) vs. Scott Erickson (11-7, 3.83)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Mariners updateSeattle has won seven of its past nine but remains in last place in the AL West, one of baseball's most disappointing teams. The Mariners are 18-31 on the road.
SPORTS
April 12, 2001
Who's hot The Yankees swept the season series from the Kansas City Roy als, 6-0. Who's not Dave Burba,Indians starter, allowed seven hits and six runs in 3 2/3 innings against the White Sox. Line of the day Alfonso Soriano,Yan kees second baseman AB R H RBI HR 4 2 4 3 1 Who's hot Jeff Fassero of the Cubs pitched a perfect ninth for second straight save and fourth in as many chances. Who's not Ben Sheets of the Brewers, the Olympic hero, was hit hard by the Expos in suffering second straight loss.
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August 28, 1999
Quote: "I know it's been a rough year for him, but a change of scenery sometimes does wonders for a veteran." -- Rangers manager Johnny Oates, on getting Jeff Fassero, who's allowed a major-league-high 34 homersIt's a fact: The Twins have just 85 homers, worst in the major leagues.Who's hot: The Athletics are 19-8 since the July 29 acquisitions of Omar Olivares and Randy Velarde.Who's not: The Angels' Troy Percival is 0-3 in his career against Boston, having allowed 16 runs in 18 2/3 innings.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | May 26, 1998
SEATTLE -- When Cal Ripken arrived at the visitors clubhouse yesterday, his manager was waiting for him.Before Ripken glanced at the lineup card, Ray Miller wanted to notify the third baseman that he was batting seventh and why."I didn't feel like I needed his permission. But when he came through the door today, I told him, 'Cal, you're hitting seventh. I just wanted to give you a heads up because the writers will look at the lineup and probably come ask you about it,' " said Miller. "It's out of respect to him."
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