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September 5, 1998
Indians: Richie Sexson has homered in five of his past seven and six of his past 10 games. Cleveland is 36-10 vs. Detroit since the start of the '95 season. Joey Cora has hit in 20 straight games, including the four he's played since the Indians obtained him in a Monday trade with the Mariners.Pub Date: 9/05/98
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By RICK MAESE | July 13, 2007
The interim manager has brought a spark. He has the players' support. He works the Orioles' clubhouse like a politician, keeping everyone posted on the latest news and lineup changes. Dave Trembley is emphasizing fundamentals, beaming with optimism and unable to hide how proud and humbled he is to have a key to the manager's office. "I'm having fun. I was in Ottawa last year at this time and there weren't this many people at the ballpark," he said, scanning the media contingent that greeted him before the first game of the second half of the season.
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June 1, 1998
HittingJuan Gonzalez, Rangers: 2 HRs, including grand slam, 5 RBIs.Mike Caruso, White Sox: 4-for-5, HR.Joey Cora, Mariners: 4-for-4, HR, double.PitchingJason Dickson, Angels: 4 2/3 innings of 2-hit relief.Jim Parque, White Sox: 6 2/3 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits.Pub Date: 6/01/98
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September 5, 1998
Indians: Richie Sexson has homered in five of his past seven and six of his past 10 games. Cleveland is 36-10 vs. Detroit since the start of the '95 season. Joey Cora has hit in 20 straight games, including the four he's played since the Indians obtained him in a Monday trade with the Mariners.Pub Date: 9/05/98
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September 1, 1998
Quote: "I'm just here to play tonight's game and the rest of the season and hopefully well into October." -- Joey Cora, after being traded from the last-place Mariners to the playoff-bound Indians.It's a fact: The Blue Jays enter September five wins short of their 1997 total of 76. They ended last August with 65.Who's hot: The Indians' Manny Ramirez has hit in all seven games on the homestand, going 14-for-27 (.519) with four homers and 16 RBIs.Who's not: The Tigers were 8-22 in August and have dropped 15 of their past 18 home games.
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October 1, 1997
Schedule.. .. .. .. .. ..Date.. .. .. ..Site.. .. .. ..Time.. .. .. .. .. ..TVGame 1.. .. .. .Tonight.. ...at Seattle.. .. ...8:07.. .. .. .. .Ch. 11Mussina (15-8, 3.20) vs. Johnson (20-4, 2.28)Game 2.. .. .. .Tomorrow.. ..at Seattle.. .. ...4:07.. .. .. .. .Ch. 13Erickson (16-7, 3.69) vs. Moyer (17-5, 3.86)Game 3.. .. .. .Saturday.. ..at Baltimore.. .. .4:07.. .. .. .. .Ch. 45Key (16-10, 3.43) vs. Fassero (16-9, 3.61)Game 4.. .. .. .Sunday.. .. .at Baltimore.. .. .4:07.. .. .. .. ...ESPNMussina vs. Cloude (4-2, 5.12)
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By Kent Baker | October 5, 1997
Mariners' Randy Johnson (0-1, 9.00) vs. O's Mike Mussina (1-0, 2.57)What Johnson throws: One of the most feared pitchers in baseball history, the Big Unit reaches 100 on the radar gun with his fastball and has a wicked slider when he's on.Johnson of late: Became first Mariner to win 20 games with two innings of relief in regular-season finale, but struggled in Game 1 of this series after striking out first two batters. Went five innings, allowing five earned runs on seven hits and four walks.
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By RICK MAESE | July 13, 2007
The interim manager has brought a spark. He has the players' support. He works the Orioles' clubhouse like a politician, keeping everyone posted on the latest news and lineup changes. Dave Trembley is emphasizing fundamentals, beaming with optimism and unable to hide how proud and humbled he is to have a key to the manager's office. "I'm having fun. I was in Ottawa last year at this time and there weren't this many people at the ballpark," he said, scanning the media contingent that greeted him before the first game of the second half of the season.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | August 23, 1995
SEATTLE -- Assuming the Orioles complete their free fall out of the playoff picture and follow through on their miserable season, manager Phil Regan will look back and mutter about the No. 7. Unlucky No. 7.As in the seventh inning, in which much has gone wrong for the Orioles. Like Monday night, when the Seattle Mariners broke a scoreless tie with five runs in the seventh, all with two out. The 6-0 loss dropped the Orioles eight games back in the AL wild-card race, which is fast becoming irrelevant for them.
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By Tom Friend and Tom Friend,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | October 3, 1995
SEATTLE -- His pitches were either overhand, sidearm or invisible. Randy Johnson needed only two runs yesterday, got nine and the Seattle Mariners, at the age of 19, finally reached manhood.By achieving a 9-1 winner-take-all victory over the California Angels, the Mariners were anointed American League West champions for the first time, paused to swig some champagne and then hailed a red-eye flight to New York, where Chris Bosio will oppose David Cone at Yankee Stadium tonight in the first postseason game in Mariners' history.
SPORTS
September 1, 1998
Quote: "I'm just here to play tonight's game and the rest of the season and hopefully well into October." -- Joey Cora, after being traded from the last-place Mariners to the playoff-bound Indians.It's a fact: The Blue Jays enter September five wins short of their 1997 total of 76. They ended last August with 65.Who's hot: The Indians' Manny Ramirez has hit in all seven games on the homestand, going 14-for-27 (.519) with four homers and 16 RBIs.Who's not: The Tigers were 8-22 in August and have dropped 15 of their past 18 home games.
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June 1, 1998
HittingJuan Gonzalez, Rangers: 2 HRs, including grand slam, 5 RBIs.Mike Caruso, White Sox: 4-for-5, HR.Joey Cora, Mariners: 4-for-4, HR, double.PitchingJason Dickson, Angels: 4 2/3 innings of 2-hit relief.Jim Parque, White Sox: 6 2/3 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits.Pub Date: 6/01/98
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By Kent Baker | October 5, 1997
Mariners' Randy Johnson (0-1, 9.00) vs. O's Mike Mussina (1-0, 2.57)What Johnson throws: One of the most feared pitchers in baseball history, the Big Unit reaches 100 on the radar gun with his fastball and has a wicked slider when he's on.Johnson of late: Became first Mariner to win 20 games with two innings of relief in regular-season finale, but struggled in Game 1 of this series after striking out first two batters. Went five innings, allowing five earned runs on seven hits and four walks.
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October 1, 1997
Schedule.. .. .. .. .. ..Date.. .. .. ..Site.. .. .. ..Time.. .. .. .. .. ..TVGame 1.. .. .. .Tonight.. ...at Seattle.. .. ...8:07.. .. .. .. .Ch. 11Mussina (15-8, 3.20) vs. Johnson (20-4, 2.28)Game 2.. .. .. .Tomorrow.. ..at Seattle.. .. ...4:07.. .. .. .. .Ch. 13Erickson (16-7, 3.69) vs. Moyer (17-5, 3.86)Game 3.. .. .. .Saturday.. ..at Baltimore.. .. .4:07.. .. .. .. .Ch. 45Key (16-10, 3.43) vs. Fassero (16-9, 3.61)Game 4.. .. .. .Sunday.. .. .at Baltimore.. .. .4:07.. .. .. .. ...ESPNMussina vs. Cloude (4-2, 5.12)
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By Tom Friend and Tom Friend,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | October 3, 1995
SEATTLE -- His pitches were either overhand, sidearm or invisible. Randy Johnson needed only two runs yesterday, got nine and the Seattle Mariners, at the age of 19, finally reached manhood.By achieving a 9-1 winner-take-all victory over the California Angels, the Mariners were anointed American League West champions for the first time, paused to swig some champagne and then hailed a red-eye flight to New York, where Chris Bosio will oppose David Cone at Yankee Stadium tonight in the first postseason game in Mariners' history.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | August 23, 1995
SEATTLE -- Assuming the Orioles complete their free fall out of the playoff picture and follow through on their miserable season, manager Phil Regan will look back and mutter about the No. 7. Unlucky No. 7.As in the seventh inning, in which much has gone wrong for the Orioles. Like Monday night, when the Seattle Mariners broke a scoreless tie with five runs in the seventh, all with two out. The 6-0 loss dropped the Orioles eight games back in the AL wild-card race, which is fast becoming irrelevant for them.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | April 27, 1993
CHICAGO -- The Orioles continue to spin wildly out of control, but there were a lot of things to be thankful for after last night's 7-0 loss to the once-struggling-but-now-host-to-the-Orioles Chicago White Sox.Yes, it has reached the small consolation stage. At least it wasn't a another one-run game. At least Frank Thomas didn't kill any Orioles infielders. At least Fernando Valenzuela stretched out to 80 pitches.Valenzuela didn't stretch it out long enough, however, lasting four innings in his second major-league start of the season.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | April 27, 1993
CHICAGO -- The Orioles continue to spin wildly out of control, but there were a lot of things to be thankful for after last night's 7-0 loss to the once-struggling-but-now-host-to-the-Orioles Chicago White Sox.Yes, it has reached the small consolation stage. At least it wasn't a another one-run game. At least Frank Thomas didn't kill any Orioles infielders. At least Fernando Valenzuela stretched out to 80 pitches.Valenzuela didn't stretch it out long enough, however, lasting four innings in his second major-league start of the season.
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