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By Baltimore Sun reporter | August 14, 2011
The National team, coached by former major league manager Larry Bowa, topped the American squad, 6-4, in the 2011 Under Armour All-America Baseball Game Saturday at Wrigley Field. The American team was coached by former Oriole Bill Ripken. Ripken's nephew, Ryan, of Gilman, was the lone player from Maryland and played for the American team. The game was delayed in the middle of the third inning because of heavy rain that hit the area. Play resumed after about a 90-minute delay, and the teams were tied until infielder Yairo Munoz hit a two-run single in the bottom of the eighth to give the National team a 6-4 lead.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | August 14, 2011
The National team, coached by former major league manager Larry Bowa, topped the American squad, 6-4, in the 2011 Under Armour All-America Baseball Game Saturday at Wrigley Field. The American team was coached by former Oriole Bill Ripken. Ripken's nephew, Ryan, of Gilman, was the lone player from Maryland and played for the American team. The game was delayed in the middle of the third inning because of heavy rain that hit the area. Play resumed after about a 90-minute delay, and the teams were tied until infielder Yairo Munoz hit a two-run single in the bottom of the eighth to give the National team a 6-4 lead.
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May 30, 2004
It's a fact The 2001 Giants are the last team to sell every ticket in a season. Milestone The A's won No. 3,000 in Oak land history last weekend. They won 3,886 in Philadel phia and 829 in Kansas City. The number 25: years manager Larry Bowa has worn a Phillies uni form, most in the team's 122-year history.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | November 7, 2007
The next phase of Sam Perlozzo's baseball career will take him back to Seattle and the third base coaching box. Perlozzo, fired as Orioles manager June 18, will coach third base for the Mariners as part of a revamped staff. He joins pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre, bench coach Jim Riggleman, first base coach Eddie Rodriguez and bullpen coach Norm Charlton as the newest additions. Mariners manager John McLaren reportedly offered the job to Larry Bowa - who instead followed former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre to the Los Angeles Dodgers - before turning to Perlozzo.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | November 7, 2007
The next phase of Sam Perlozzo's baseball career will take him back to Seattle and the third base coaching box. Perlozzo, fired as Orioles manager June 18, will coach third base for the Mariners as part of a revamped staff. He joins pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre, bench coach Jim Riggleman, first base coach Eddie Rodriguez and bullpen coach Norm Charlton as the newest additions. Mariners manager John McLaren reportedly offered the job to Larry Bowa - who instead followed former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre to the Los Angeles Dodgers - before turning to Perlozzo.
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By Don Bostrom and Don Bostrom,Allentown Morning Call | October 7, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- David Cone gave Fan Appreciation Day a new meaning yesterday as he closed the season with a National League record-tying 19-strikeout gem as the New York Mets blitzed the Philadelphia Phillies, 7-0.Cone (14-14) matched the NL standard shared by Steve Carlton and Tom Seaver with a dazzling performance that was the most ever against a Phillies team.Cone also set a Veterans Stadium mark and it was the most strikeouts by any pitcher in the majors this season."Just to be mentioned with Carlton and Seaver is something special," said Cone.
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August 19, 2004
Who's hot Vladimir Guerrero of the Angels is 11-for-33 with four homers and 13 RBIs in his career at Tropicana Field. Who's not The Devil Rays are 15-27 since they were a season-high two games over .500 on July 3. Line of the day Aaron Rowand, W. Sox CF AB R H RBI HR 3 3 2 5 2 He said it "I do the best I can. That's all I can do. I don't worry about it. I don't need any assurances." Larry Bowa, Phillies manager, on the lack of an endorsement from general manager Ed Wade On deck Russ Ortiz of the Braves looks for his 14th win tonight as he faces the Dodgers in a battle of first-place teams.
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By Don Bostrom and Don Bostrom,Allentown Morning Call | October 7, 1991
PHILADELPHIA -- David Cone gave Fan Appreciation Day a new meaning yesterday as he closed the season with a National League record-tying 19-strikeout gem as the New York Mets blitzed the Philadelphia Phillies, 7-0.Cone (14-14) matched the NL standard shared by Steve Carlton and Tom Seaver with a dazzling performance that was the most ever against a Phillies team.Cone also set a Veterans Stadium mark and it was the most strikeouts by any pitcher in the majors this season."Just to be mentioned with Carlton and Seaver is something special," said Cone.
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