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June 26, 2004
On deck Kaz Matsui of the Mets will face Hideki Matsui of the Yanks for the first time since the 2002 Japan Series. He said it "I'm a Sox fan, but I like the Cubs. When they are playing other teams I root for them. But I'm a Sox fan." Richard M. Daley, Chicago mayor, who visited manager Dusty Baker in the Cubs' dugout wearing a White Sox cap Who's hot Johan Santana of the Twins has a 1.80 ERA in his past four starts, allowing six runs in 30 innings with 39 strikeouts. Who's not Ken Griffey of the Reds is 1-for-19 since hitting his 500th home run and hitless in his past 16 at-bats.
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SPORTS
September 24, 1990
Ken Griffey Sr. says he won't decide whether to return to the Seattle Mariners as a player until well after the end of the season.Batting .460 with three homers and 15 RBI in the month since he joined his son, Ken Griffey Jr., the invitation seems guaranteed."
SPORTS
May 19, 1994
Joe Garagiola has spent his life in baseball as a player, announcer and sports commenta- tor for NBC's "Today." Recently, he has spearheaded the efforts of the Baseball Assistance Team, a nonprofit group that offers financial support to ex-players and other baseball officials. Garagiola talked about the cause with The Sun's Mark Hyman.Q: Who does BAT help?A: Players, of course. But not only players. We recently changed our bylaws to take care of umpires, front-office personnel, scouts, widows, Negro League players.
SPORTS
May 6, 1991
The New York Yankees insisted they weren't throwing at Ken Griffey Jr. of the Seattle Mariners in the first inning of Saturday night's game.The Mariners beat the Yankees, 3-2, in a game that nearly erupted into a brawl in the opening inning.Griffey, 21, wasn't convinced. His father, Ken Griffey Sr., who wasn't in the lineup, said he didn't know if Chuck Cary was throwing at his son on purpose. Griffey Jr. said he knew he would have the support of his father in any retaliation."I'm not a violent guy, but he was just too close to my head," Griffey Jr. said.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | June 6, 1993
Harold Reynolds was watching the game on national television. "As soon as he hit the ball, I knew he'd do something," Reynolds said. "I said, 'Watch this, he's going to point at somebody, yell at somebody.' That's Ken."Reynolds laughed, knowing his former Seattle teammate hadn't meant any harm. Oh, Ken Griffey Jr. did make an obscene gesture and curse Detroit manager Sparky Anderson last Sunday. But the way Reynolds saw it, he was "just being young and carefree, enjoying the game."It's not that simple -- the incident served as another blow tobaseball's image, and Griffey will receive a letter of reprimand from the American League even though he apologized to Anderson.
SPORTS
By Mike Kahn and Mike Kahn,McClatchy News Service | August 28, 1992
SEATTLE -- Don't expect Ken Griffey Jr. to be in the Mariners' lineup for the next few days, and he'll be without his Ferrari for considerably longer than that.The Seattle Mariners' 22-year-old All-Star center fielder was fitted with a neck brace late yesterday afternoon, just hours after he was rear-ended by an unlicensed 15-year-old on Coal Creek Parkway near Interstate 405. Griffey did not play in the game last night against the Cleveland Indians in the Kingdome."It's a day-to-day thing and not serious," Mariners manager Bill Plummer said before tonight's game against the Orioles.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | July 13, 1993
Beating the traffic was Mark Pallack's goal when he andbuddy Jim Gates started to depart near the end of the Home Run Derby yesterday at Camden Yards.After an unsuccessful afternoon of chasing home runs in the crowded right-field flag court, it was time to head back to Carroll County, where Mark, 17, will be a senior at Westminster High School in the fall.At least, that's what they thought.Some 10 minutes later, Mark found himself in the American League clubhouse after retrieving Ken Griffey's longest home run of the day, the first ever to hit the B&O warehouse on the fly."
SPORTS
November 5, 1991
Ken Griffey Sr., a three-time All-Star who made baseball history by playing in the same outfield with his son, said yesterday that he is retiring after a 19-year major-league career.The Seattle Mariners said Griffey, 41, could be offered a job with their organization. He has said he would like to be a coach, a minor-league hitting instructor or a television commentator.Griffey was a member of the Big Red Machine in Cincinnati that won the World Series in 1975 and 1976. He hit a home run against every major-league club except the Cleveland Indians.
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