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September 7, 1998
Hitting:. Mike Stanley, Red Sox: 3 RBIs, HR, double.PitchingChuck Finley, Angels: 8 innings, 0 runs, 3 hits, 10 strikeouts.Tom Candiotti, Athletics: 7 innings, 1 run, 5 hits.Pub Date: 9/07/98
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,Special to The Sun | April 9, 2008
Zombie Prom, the new show from Merely Players, speaks to teens, says Artistic Director Beverly van Joolen, "in a kind of High School Musical meets Grease meets I Was a Teenage Werewolf way." This 1996 musical with book and lyrics by John Dempsey and music by Dana Rowe is a campy return to the 1950s, but where the prom queen's date might well be a walking corpse. It may sound like a stretch, but the Merely Players cast and crew pull it off with stylish enthusiasm. Relatively new and unknown locally, the show has the distinct advantage of no overfamiliarity.
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SPORTS
July 7, 1999
Quote: "I knew it was gone. I just made sure he touched first." -- Red Sox first baseman Mike Stanley, on Mike Sorrento's game-winning home runIt's a fact: Last night, rookie Gil Meche became the 23rd Mariners pitcher to take the mound this season, tops in the big leagues.Who's hot: The Devil Rays' Mike DiFelice has driven in 11 runs in his past four starts.Who's not: Yankees second baseman Chuck Knoblauch was charged with his 16th error last night.On deck: Pedro Martinez of the Red Sox goes for his major-league-leading 16th victory tonight.
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By Ken Rosenthal | October 7, 1999
CLEVELAND -- History, it's all about history. The Cleveland Indians' recent history against Boston in the Division Series. The Red Sox's tortured history against any opponent in October.After Game 1, everyone figured the Indians would need to point to their 1998 postseason triumph over Boston for inspiration.But now they can point to '95, when they swept the Red Sox after trailing 2-0 in the opening game, and not '98, when they won three straight after losing the opener to Pedro Martinez.
SPORTS
By Brad Snyder | August 7, 1995
At Yankee Stadium, New YorkDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 7:35, 54, 50, Mike Mussina (13-5, 4.14) vs. Jack McDowell (8-8, 4.72)Tomorrow, 7:35, 13, 50, Rick Krivda (0-0, 3.71) vs. David Cone (11-6, 3.32)Wednesday, 1:05, HTS, Jamie Moyer (6-4, 4.38) vs. Scott Kamieniecki (3-2, 4.45)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Yankees updateThe Orioles open what may be the biggest road trip of the season with the other preseason favorite to win the AL East. Not even the arrival of Darryl Strawberry has distracted the Yankees, the division's hottest team since the All-Star break.
SPORTS
By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,SUN STAFF | April 19, 1996
Jesse Orosco had a poor spring training, and he didn't pitch well yesterday, but manager Davey Johnson says Orioles fans shouldn't worry about the left-hander who was the team's most consistent relief pitcher last season.Orosco just needs a little work."He's a little rusty," Johnson said.Orosco got some work yesterday, but it wasn't pretty. He gave up four runs in two innings, including home runs by Mo Vaughn and Mike Stanley, allowing the Red Sox to stretch their lead from 6-4 to 10-5 en route to a 10-7 victory.
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,Special to The Sun | April 9, 2008
Zombie Prom, the new show from Merely Players, speaks to teens, says Artistic Director Beverly van Joolen, "in a kind of High School Musical meets Grease meets I Was a Teenage Werewolf way." This 1996 musical with book and lyrics by John Dempsey and music by Dana Rowe is a campy return to the 1950s, but where the prom queen's date might well be a walking corpse. It may sound like a stretch, but the Merely Players cast and crew pull it off with stylish enthusiasm. Relatively new and unknown locally, the show has the distinct advantage of no overfamiliarity.
SPORTS
By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | September 16, 1995
All the Orioles can do now is play out 1995 and plan for 1996, and if Scott Erickson continues to pitch as he has since being acquired from Minnesota, he'll make one decision very easy for them.Erickson pitched his third complete game in his past five starts, and, backed by a three-run homer from Rafael Palmeiro and a grand slam by Bobby Bonilla, he beat the Yankees, 8-1, before 47,436 at Camden Yards.The Yankees fell a game behind the Seattle Mariners in the race for the AL wild card.With $26.5 million already committed to six players for 1996, the Orioles likely will try to trim some of their existing payroll.
SPORTS
By Ken Rosenthal | October 7, 1999
CLEVELAND -- History, it's all about history. The Cleveland Indians' recent history against Boston in the Division Series. The Red Sox's tortured history against any opponent in October.After Game 1, everyone figured the Indians would need to point to their 1998 postseason triumph over Boston for inspiration.But now they can point to '95, when they swept the Red Sox after trailing 2-0 in the opening game, and not '98, when they won three straight after losing the opener to Pedro Martinez.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | December 24, 1995
The Orioles have established themselves as the early favorites to win the American League East with the hurricane of transactions during the past two weeks. They strengthened themselves so much that by midday Thursday, after Roberto Alomar had signed on and before David Cone had made his decision, a respected general manager was moved to make an astonishing prediction.Should the Orioles get Cone, the GM was asked, how good could they be in 1996?"Print the tickets," he replied. As in playoff tickets.
SPORTS
September 18, 1999
Quote: "Sweeping in New York built a whole lot of confidence, but we know one road trip doesn't get us into the playoffs." -- Mike Stanley of the Red Sox, who began their final homestand with a 14-3 victory after completing a 9-3 road trip It's a fact: The Devil Rays' Roberto Hernandez converted his 19th straight chance and became the 20th AL reliever with 40 saves in a season.Who's hot: In his past four games, the Yankees' Paul O'Neill has three homers, including a grand slam, and 13 RBIs.
SPORTS
September 7, 1998
Hitting:. Mike Stanley, Red Sox: 3 RBIs, HR, double.PitchingChuck Finley, Angels: 8 innings, 0 runs, 3 hits, 10 strikeouts.Tom Candiotti, Athletics: 7 innings, 1 run, 5 hits.Pub Date: 9/07/98
SPORTS
By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,SUN STAFF | April 19, 1996
Jesse Orosco had a poor spring training, and he didn't pitch well yesterday, but manager Davey Johnson says Orioles fans shouldn't worry about the left-hander who was the team's most consistent relief pitcher last season.Orosco just needs a little work."He's a little rusty," Johnson said.Orosco got some work yesterday, but it wasn't pretty. He gave up four runs in two innings, including home runs by Mo Vaughn and Mike Stanley, allowing the Red Sox to stretch their lead from 6-4 to 10-5 en route to a 10-7 victory.
SPORTS
By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | December 24, 1995
The Orioles have established themselves as the early favorites to win the American League East with the hurricane of transactions during the past two weeks. They strengthened themselves so much that by midday Thursday, after Roberto Alomar had signed on and before David Cone had made his decision, a respected general manager was moved to make an astonishing prediction.Should the Orioles get Cone, the GM was asked, how good could they be in 1996?"Print the tickets," he replied. As in playoff tickets.
SPORTS
By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | September 16, 1995
Back in April, the only time the Orioles have been in serious contention for the AL East title this year, they envisioned playing as they did last night. Great pitching. Timely hitting. Solid defense.Scott Erickson threw a complete game and Rafael Palmeiro hit a three-run homer and Bobby Bonilla a grand slam, as the Orioles beat the New York Yankees, 8-1, before 47,436 at Camden Yards.For the Orioles, though, having been eliminated, the victory serves no practical purpose beyond damaging New York's chances of making the playoffs; the Yankees fell a game behind the Seattle Mariners in the AL wild-card race.
SPORTS
By Brad Snyder | August 7, 1995
At Yankee Stadium, New YorkDay, Time, TV, StartersTonight, 7:35, 54, 50, Mike Mussina (13-5, 4.14) vs. Jack McDowell (8-8, 4.72)Tomorrow, 7:35, 13, 50, Rick Krivda (0-0, 3.71) vs. David Cone (11-6, 3.32)Wednesday, 1:05, HTS, Jamie Moyer (6-4, 4.38) vs. Scott Kamieniecki (3-2, 4.45)Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)Yankees updateThe Orioles open what may be the biggest road trip of the season with the other preseason favorite to win the AL East. Not even the arrival of Darryl Strawberry has distracted the Yankees, the division's hottest team since the All-Star break.
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