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September 20, 1998
Hitting Jon Nunnally, Reds: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs. Jose Guillen, Pirates: 5 RBIs, HR, double. Bill Mueller, Giants: grand slam. Jeff Kent, Giants: grand slam, double. Andres Galarraga, Braves: 4-for-4, double Pitching Tom Glavine, Braves: 9 innings, 0 runs, 6 hits. Francisco Cordova, Pirates: 8 innings, 1 run, 8 hits. Pub Date: 9/20/98
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By Steve Jones | August 26, 2012
Home Turf: 5805 Bartholow Road, Eldersburg Head Coach: Jeff Kent (seventh season) 2011 Record: 4-6 overall, 3-4 county Liberty High continued a recent trend last fall. After losing four of its first five games, the Lions won three of their final five to finish at 4-6. Since 2007, Liberty has posted a 17-8 record in the season's second half. But the Lions haven't been to the playoffs since 2008 because they don't post enough wins in the season's first half.
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April 24, 1994
Tim Raines4AB .. .. .. H .. .. R .. .. HR .. .. RBI .. .. AVG.21 .. .. .. 8 .. .. 8 .. .. 3 ... .. 6 ... ... .381Jeff KentSecond baseman, New York MetsKent's RBI streak ended Thursday night at eight... .. .. H .. ... R .. .. HR .. .. RBI .. .. AVG.28 .. .. .. 12 .. .. 3 .. .. 2 ... .. 8 ... ... .429/# NOTE: Statistics through Friday@
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April 15, 2003
Who's hot Tyler Houston of the Phillies is 3-for-6 with five RBIs as a pinch hitter. Who's not The Indians grounded into four double plays last night, one more than in their first 11 games. Line of the day Ismael Valdes, Rangers P IP ....... H....... R ....... BB ....... SO 8 .......... 5 ...... 0........... 2 .......... 7 He said it "I'm wearing a different color. I won't hold it against anybody if they boo. I'm the opposing player." Jeff Kent, Astros second baseman, before his first game in San Francisco since leaving the Giants On deck Mike Mussina of the Yankees goes for his third victory to night, facing the Blue Jays.
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September 15, 2002
It's a fact The Yankees have five players with 90 RBIs for the fourth time in franchise history - and first since 1938. Milestone Jeff Kent of the Giants is the first second baseman to drive in 100 runs in six straight seasons. The number 566: Innings Mark Mulder of the Athletics pitched in the majors before being called for his first balk.
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September 7, 1998
Brewers: Milwaukee has 10 homers in its past six games.Dodgers: Center fielder Raul Mondesi, hitting .283 with 29 homers and 85 RBIs, sat out his second straight game with stiffness in his lower back. Los Angeles starters have pitched at least seven innings in eight straight games. Outfielder Trenidad Hubbard singled in the first, giving him at least one hit in 22 of his past 24 starts.Giants: Jeff Kent has hit safely in 15 of his past 16 games, and driven in at least one run in 16 of his past 22 games.
SPORTS
April 15, 2003
Who's hot Tyler Houston of the Phillies is 3-for-6 with five RBIs as a pinch hitter. Who's not The Indians grounded into four double plays last night, one more than in their first 11 games. Line of the day Ismael Valdes, Rangers P IP ....... H....... R ....... BB ....... SO 8 .......... 5 ...... 0........... 2 .......... 7 He said it "I'm wearing a different color. I won't hold it against anybody if they boo. I'm the opposing player." Jeff Kent, Astros second baseman, before his first game in San Francisco since leaving the Giants On deck Mike Mussina of the Yankees goes for his third victory to night, facing the Blue Jays.
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September 10, 2000
Quote: "We didn't think [the playoff race] was going to be easy. I didn't predict that we'd bury the Diamondbacks. ... The best team will win the West. I think it will be us." - Jeff Kent after the Giants lost consecutive home games for the first time since June It's a fact: The Dodgers set a team record in Los Angeles with their 192nd home run of the year, eclipsing the 191 hit in 1977. The 1953 Dodgers have the franchise record of 208 while in Brooklyn. Who's hot: The Rockies' Todd Hollandsworth has added 30 points to his batting average since being traded from the Dodgers on July 31. Who's not: The Cubs' Ruben Quevedo gave up nine runs on four homers in 2 2/3 innings yesterday.
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By Steve Jones | August 26, 2012
Home Turf: 5805 Bartholow Road, Eldersburg Head Coach: Jeff Kent (seventh season) 2011 Record: 4-6 overall, 3-4 county Liberty High continued a recent trend last fall. After losing four of its first five games, the Lions won three of their final five to finish at 4-6. Since 2007, Liberty has posted a 17-8 record in the season's second half. But the Lions haven't been to the playoffs since 2008 because they don't post enough wins in the season's first half.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2001
HOUSTON - Barry Bonds waited. He waited nearly four games for someone to throw him a pitch that was worthy of his prodigious swing. He waited and walked and waited some more and, finally, he got one last night in his final at-bat of a three-game series at Enron Field. Houston Astros left-hander Wilfredo Rodriguez challenged Bonds with a 93-mph fastball and Bonds responded with a mammoth home run to right center field in the ninth inning of a 10-2 victory. Step aside Mark McGwire. Bonds now owns a share of your single-season home run record with 70 in 159 games.
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By LAURA VECSEY | October 19, 2002
ANAHEIM, Calif. - It's no ordinary day when the greatest ballplayer of his generation takes the stage and commences the apparent eradication of an unsightly, unwanted image. "I never really watched the World Series," Barry Bonds said yesterday. "I've never been to the Hall of Fame either. I'll go the day somebody says I'm invited or inducted. I figured the World Series meant for me that I'll go the day I get there." Now that he is here, Barry Bonds seems intent on making the most of the experience.
SPORTS
September 15, 2002
It's a fact The Yankees have five players with 90 RBIs for the fourth time in franchise history - and first since 1938. Milestone Jeff Kent of the Giants is the first second baseman to drive in 100 runs in six straight seasons. The number 566: Innings Mark Mulder of the Athletics pitched in the majors before being called for his first balk.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 5, 2001
HOUSTON - Barry Bonds waited. He waited nearly four games for someone to throw him a pitch that was worthy of his prodigious swing. He waited and walked and waited some more and, finally, he got one last night in his final at-bat of a three-game series at Enron Field. Houston Astros left-hander Wilfredo Rodriguez challenged Bonds with a 93-mph fastball and Bonds responded with a mammoth home run to right center field in the ninth inning of a 10-2 victory. Step aside Mark McGwire. Bonds now owns a share of your single-season home run record with 70 in 159 games.
SPORTS
September 10, 2000
Quote: "We didn't think [the playoff race] was going to be easy. I didn't predict that we'd bury the Diamondbacks. ... The best team will win the West. I think it will be us." - Jeff Kent after the Giants lost consecutive home games for the first time since June It's a fact: The Dodgers set a team record in Los Angeles with their 192nd home run of the year, eclipsing the 191 hit in 1977. The 1953 Dodgers have the franchise record of 208 while in Brooklyn. Who's hot: The Rockies' Todd Hollandsworth has added 30 points to his batting average since being traded from the Dodgers on July 31. Who's not: The Cubs' Ruben Quevedo gave up nine runs on four homers in 2 2/3 innings yesterday.
SPORTS
September 20, 1998
Hitting Jon Nunnally, Reds: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs. Jose Guillen, Pirates: 5 RBIs, HR, double. Bill Mueller, Giants: grand slam. Jeff Kent, Giants: grand slam, double. Andres Galarraga, Braves: 4-for-4, double Pitching Tom Glavine, Braves: 9 innings, 0 runs, 6 hits. Francisco Cordova, Pirates: 8 innings, 1 run, 8 hits. Pub Date: 9/20/98
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September 7, 1998
Brewers: Milwaukee has 10 homers in its past six games.Dodgers: Center fielder Raul Mondesi, hitting .283 with 29 homers and 85 RBIs, sat out his second straight game with stiffness in his lower back. Los Angeles starters have pitched at least seven innings in eight straight games. Outfielder Trenidad Hubbard singled in the first, giving him at least one hit in 22 of his past 24 starts.Giants: Jeff Kent has hit safely in 15 of his past 16 games, and driven in at least one run in 16 of his past 22 games.
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By LAURA VECSEY | October 19, 2002
ANAHEIM, Calif. - It's no ordinary day when the greatest ballplayer of his generation takes the stage and commences the apparent eradication of an unsightly, unwanted image. "I never really watched the World Series," Barry Bonds said yesterday. "I've never been to the Hall of Fame either. I'll go the day somebody says I'm invited or inducted. I figured the World Series meant for me that I'll go the day I get there." Now that he is here, Barry Bonds seems intent on making the most of the experience.
SPORTS
April 24, 1994
Tim Raines4AB .. .. .. H .. .. R .. .. HR .. .. RBI .. .. AVG.21 .. .. .. 8 .. .. 8 .. .. 3 ... .. 6 ... ... .381Jeff KentSecond baseman, New York MetsKent's RBI streak ended Thursday night at eight... .. .. H .. ... R .. .. HR .. .. RBI .. .. AVG.28 .. .. .. 12 .. .. 3 .. .. 2 ... .. 8 ... ... .429/# NOTE: Statistics through Friday@
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