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By Alan Greenberg and Alan Greenberg,The Hartford Courant | December 23, 1993
BOSTON -- The young mother's name was Katrina Holifield. Hugging her 1-year-old niece, Charny, with one arm, she took her son, Rashod, 3, by the hand as she went up to meet Boston Red Sox first baseman Mo Vaughn."
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May 19, 2002
It's a fact It has rained before or during 10 of the Pirates' 21 home games. Milestone Mo Vaughn of the Mets singled to reach 1,500 hits. The number 5.2: Richter scale measurement of an earthquake that shook Pacific Bell Park during a Braves-Giants game.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1997
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- The marketing department of the Boston Red Sox should have no trouble coming up with a catchy slogan for the 1996 season. The possibilities are endless and general manager Dan Duquette can use some help putting the right spin on what is shaping up to be a difficult year.Here are a few suggestions:"Hey, where is everybody?": Pretty well sums things up. Roger Clemens, perhaps the best pitcher in the proud history of the franchise, signed with the Toronto Blue Jays, Jose Canseco was traded back to the Oakland Athletics and Mike Greenwell chose not to return this year.
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By Patrick McCaffrey | April 3, 2000
AT THE END of the 1999 baseball season, several of the game's oldest parks closed -- Tiger Stadium in Detroit; Fenway in Boston; and Candlestick in San Francisco. They will be replaced by semi-modern stadiums similar to the one at Camden Yards. Some observers, including players such as Ted Williams and Mo Vaughn ("blow 'em up!"), say it's about time. Most new fans share their feelings. But more is closing than old ballparks. Gone are the days when old baseball fans sat in the bleachers and grandstands close to the field and ballplayers, scorecards in hand, their scorekeeping disturbed only by occasional soda and hotdog venders.
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June 2, 1997
Red Sox: Overall, they have a winning home record against every AL team except the Yankees, who are 454-451 in Boston. Mo Vaughn had struck out five times in six at-bats before his RBI single in the sixth.Pub Date: 6/02/97
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May 19, 2002
It's a fact It has rained before or during 10 of the Pirates' 21 home games. Milestone Mo Vaughn of the Mets singled to reach 1,500 hits. The number 5.2: Richter scale measurement of an earthquake that shook Pacific Bell Park during a Braves-Giants game.
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April 21, 1998
Hitting Alex Rodriguez, Mariners: 4-for-5, HR, 2 doubles.Mo Vaughn, Red Sox: 3 RBIs, HR, double.Ben Grieve, Athletics: 2-for-4, HR, 2 RBIs.PitchingWoody Williams, Blue Jays: 6 2/3 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits.Jimmy Haynes, Athletics: 7 innings, 2 runs, 6 hits.Pub Date: 4/21/98
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July 19, 1998
HittingBrian Giles, Indians: 4-for-5 with grand slam homer and 5 RBIs.Bernie Williams, Yankees: 3-for-5 with a homer in first game in five weeks.XTC Tim Raines, Yankees: Grand slam.Mo Vaughn, Red Sox: Hit 24th and 25th homers.PitchingOrlando Hernandez, Yankees: 7 innings, 6 hits, 7 strikeouts.Steve Avery, Red Sox: 6 innings, 6 hits.Pub Date: 7/19/98
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May 5, 1999
Hot corner Quote: "I'm going back to a ballpark I was accustomed to, but I'm also going back to play some ball." -- Mo Vaughn, who will visit Fenway Park on Friday for the first time as an AngelIt's a fact: The Tigers haven't been alone in first place since June 26, 1993. The next longest streak is 2 1/2 years behind -- by the Reds, who haven't been in first alone since October 1995.Who's hot: The Royals' Jermaine Dye, who threw out Dave Martinez at third base in the first inning, leads AL outfielders with seven assists.
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By Bob Ryan and Bob Ryan,Boston Globe | September 30, 1998
CLEVELAND -- The second wave of press folk was descending on Mo Vaughn, who, having first answered questions in the official Interview Room, was now seated comfortably in front of his locker."
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May 5, 1999
Hot corner Quote: "I'm going back to a ballpark I was accustomed to, but I'm also going back to play some ball." -- Mo Vaughn, who will visit Fenway Park on Friday for the first time as an AngelIt's a fact: The Tigers haven't been alone in first place since June 26, 1993. The next longest streak is 2 1/2 years behind -- by the Reds, who haven't been in first alone since October 1995.Who's hot: The Royals' Jermaine Dye, who threw out Dave Martinez at third base in the first inning, leads AL outfielders with seven assists.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | March 10, 1999
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- In contrast to the past couple of years, the Boston Red Sox are enjoying a silent spring. Nobody has walked out of camp, like John Valentin did in 1997. Nobody is embroiled in a big-headline contract war with the front office, as Mo Vaughn was a year ago at this time. That's just the way general manager Dan Duquette likes it. "There are a lot of people talking about baseball this year," said Duquette, "and there are a lot of people writing stories about what's happening on the field."
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | December 2, 1998
The Orioles resisted as long as they could. Owner Peter Angelos worked hard to keep a lid on individual salaries until the club was left with only two choices:Pay the piper or prepare for another long, discouraging summer.So the Orioles signed perennial MVP candidate Albert Belle to a five-year, $65 million contract, the $13 million average annual salary nearly twice what the club established as an unwritten salary standard when it signed Cal Ripken, Mike Mussina and Brady Anderson to contract extensions worth about $7 million per year.
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By Bob Ryan and Bob Ryan,Boston Globe | September 30, 1998
CLEVELAND -- The second wave of press folk was descending on Mo Vaughn, who, having first answered questions in the official Interview Room, was now seated comfortably in front of his locker."
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July 19, 1998
HittingBrian Giles, Indians: 4-for-5 with grand slam homer and 5 RBIs.Bernie Williams, Yankees: 3-for-5 with a homer in first game in five weeks.XTC Tim Raines, Yankees: Grand slam.Mo Vaughn, Red Sox: Hit 24th and 25th homers.PitchingOrlando Hernandez, Yankees: 7 innings, 6 hits, 7 strikeouts.Steve Avery, Red Sox: 6 innings, 6 hits.Pub Date: 7/19/98
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April 21, 1998
Hitting Alex Rodriguez, Mariners: 4-for-5, HR, 2 doubles.Mo Vaughn, Red Sox: 3 RBIs, HR, double.Ben Grieve, Athletics: 2-for-4, HR, 2 RBIs.PitchingWoody Williams, Blue Jays: 6 2/3 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits.Jimmy Haynes, Athletics: 7 innings, 2 runs, 6 hits.Pub Date: 4/21/98
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By Josie Karp and Josie Karp,Evening Sun Staff | July 1, 1991
You thought Mo Vaughn was big? You thought Jack Clark struck out a lot? You thought the Red Sox, with sluggers like Clark, Tom Brunansky and Mike Greenwell, were going to light up the AL East sky with homers?Think again. The Detroit Tigers, who take on the Orioles in the first of a three-game set tonight at Memorial Stadium (7:35, HTS), will match their sluggers with any in the major leagues, and probably come out on top.With a whopping 512, the Tigers lead the majors in strikeouts, but they also have the most home runs in both leagues, with 93. Their closest competition for the major-league lead is the Chicago Cubs, who have 80.First among the Motown sluggers is the man who makes Mo Vaughn look not so big, Cecil Fielder, last year's major-league leader in home runs, with 51.This year, Fielder is tied for second in the AL in home runs with 18. His extra girth accumulated during the offseason does not appear to be detrimental to his productivity -- he leads the major leagues with 60 RBIs.
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By Ken Rosenthal | March 11, 1998
His name is Minor. His impact could be major.General manager Pat Gillick said yesterday that Ryan Minor might be ready by next season, forcing a dramatic restructuring of the Orioles' infield.Minor to third base. Cal Ripken to first.Rafael Palmeiro?Gone.That's right, the Orioles might not even want Palmeiro to do "a Brady," and accept millions less as a free agent to stay in Baltimore.The promotion of Minor would make far more economic sense, and for the first time, club officials are saying it might make good baseball sense, too.Palmeiro would be in jeopardy if Ripken balked at changing position for the second time in three years because Minor also could play first base.
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