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August 9, 1999
Quote: "It was probably the most relaxed at-bat I had in 18 years. Standing at the plate, just everything was so peaceful."-- Wade Boggs, who doubled in his only at-bat the day after getting his 3,000th hit It's a fact: The Blue Jays' Carlos Delgado is 11-for-18 against the Rangers this year with two doubles and five homers. His lifetime average against them is .359.Who's hot: The Yankees' Bernie Williams was 8-for-14 with six RBIs in the four-game series against the Mariners.Who's not: The White Sox bullpen is 0-3 with two blown saves on the current road trip.
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May 11, 2004
On May 8, 2004, JOANNE E. RUSE, 67, has gone to heaven. Born May 26, 1936, in Fayette, PA. She lived most of her life in Dundalk, MD before moving to Naples, FL. She was predeceased by her husband George C. Ruse, Sr. Joann leaves behind six loving children, George C. Ruse, Jr., Lu Ann Ruse, Maurice L. Mahady, Matthew W. Ruse, Michele (Sydney) Scott and Kathy (William) Edgar. She also leaves behind her brothers Joseph, John and Paul Abbott, a sister Margaret Harenchar, her grandchildren Heather, Jamie, Shantel and Will, and her great-grandchildren Blake, Dylan, and Brooke.
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May 11, 2004
On May 8, 2004, JOANNE E. RUSE, 67, has gone to heaven. Born May 26, 1936, in Fayette, PA. She lived most of her life in Dundalk, MD before moving to Naples, FL. She was predeceased by her husband George C. Ruse, Sr. Joann leaves behind six loving children, George C. Ruse, Jr., Lu Ann Ruse, Maurice L. Mahady, Matthew W. Ruse, Michele (Sydney) Scott and Kathy (William) Edgar. She also leaves behind her brothers Joseph, John and Paul Abbott, a sister Margaret Harenchar, her grandchildren Heather, Jamie, Shantel and Will, and her great-grandchildren Blake, Dylan, and Brooke.
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October 10, 2001
Cal Ripken's first major-league hit came against Dennis Lamp of the Chicago White Sox on Aug. 16, 1981. His last hit came against Frank Castillo of the Boston Red Sox in Game 1 of a doubleheader on Oct. 5, 2001. Ripken finished his career with 3,184 hits off 813 pitchers: Don Aase ......................... 2 Glenn Abbott ................... 4 Jim Abbott ..................... 13 Paul Abbott ..................... 6 Jim Acker ........................ 5 Joel Adamson ................. 1 Juan Agosto .....
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By Joe Strauss | September 10, 1999
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay ........................ Time ........................TV ...........................StartersTonight ...................7: 05 ......................54, 50 ..........Paul Abbott (5-2, 3.64) vs......................................... ............................................Doug Linton (1-2, 5.71)Tomorrow................4: 05 ........................45 ..............Freddy Garcia (14-7, 4.28) vs......................................... ..................
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By Andy Call and Andy Call,Contributing Writer | August 18, 1993
CANTON, Ohio -- A wild pitch by Bowie reliever Rafael Chaves allowed Canton-Akron's Brian Giles to score the winning run in the seventh inning, capping a come-from-behind 6-5 victory by the Indians in the second game of Double-A Eastern League doubleheader at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium.Canton took a 6-3 victory in the first game, a completion of Monday night's rain-suspended game.In the second game, Canton erased a 5-0 Baysox lead.Chaves (2-5) was one out away from his league-leading 21st save, but Patrick Lennon's RBI single to shallow center tied the score.
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By Andy Call and Andy Call,Contributing Writer | September 8, 1993
CANTON, Ohio -- Thanks to Terry Farrar, home sweet home looks even a little bit sweeter to the Bowie Baysox today.Farrar recorded his third complete game of the season last night, scattering seven hits as the Baysox topped the Canton-Akron Indians, 2-1, in Game 2 of the Double-A Eastern League semifinals at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium.The victory, only Bowie's second in 12 games at Canton, sends (( the best-of-five series back to Baltimore tied 1-1.The first of three possible games is tonight at 7:05 at Memorial Stadium.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | June 20, 1993
CLEVELAND -- Although the timing of the announcement may have caught some people off guard, Baltimore-area native Mike Bielecki wasn't shocked when he was released by the Cleveland Indians after Friday night's game. The right-hander was scheduled to start against his hometown team yesterday afternoon, but was replaced by Mark Clark."I wasn't surprised. I knew they had to make a move," saiBielecki, who was raised in the Dundalk area. Trying to come back after elbow surgery last summer, Bielecki is hoping to land another job. "I'm going to keep throwing.
SPORTS
October 10, 2001
Cal Ripken's first major-league hit came against Dennis Lamp of the Chicago White Sox on Aug. 16, 1981. His last hit came against Frank Castillo of the Boston Red Sox in Game 1 of a doubleheader on Oct. 5, 2001. Ripken finished his career with 3,184 hits off 813 pitchers: Don Aase ......................... 2 Glenn Abbott ................... 4 Jim Abbott ..................... 13 Paul Abbott ..................... 6 Jim Acker ........................ 5 Joel Adamson ................. 1 Juan Agosto .....
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June 2, 2004
Who's hot Ken Harvey of the Royals is 21-for-42 during a 10-game hitting streak. Who's not Paul Abbott of the Devil Rays has allowed 29 of 58 batters to reach base and has a 13.97 ERA in his past three starts. Line of the day Albert Pujols, Cardinals 1B AB R H RBI HR 5 3 5 3 1
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By Joe Strauss | September 10, 1999
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay ........................ Time ........................TV ...........................StartersTonight ...................7: 05 ......................54, 50 ..........Paul Abbott (5-2, 3.64) vs......................................... ............................................Doug Linton (1-2, 5.71)Tomorrow................4: 05 ........................45 ..............Freddy Garcia (14-7, 4.28) vs......................................... ..................
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August 9, 1999
Quote: "It was probably the most relaxed at-bat I had in 18 years. Standing at the plate, just everything was so peaceful."-- Wade Boggs, who doubled in his only at-bat the day after getting his 3,000th hit It's a fact: The Blue Jays' Carlos Delgado is 11-for-18 against the Rangers this year with two doubles and five homers. His lifetime average against them is .359.Who's hot: The Yankees' Bernie Williams was 8-for-14 with six RBIs in the four-game series against the Mariners.Who's not: The White Sox bullpen is 0-3 with two blown saves on the current road trip.
SPORTS
By Andy Call and Andy Call,Contributing Writer | September 8, 1993
CANTON, Ohio -- Thanks to Terry Farrar, home sweet home looks even a little bit sweeter to the Bowie Baysox today.Farrar recorded his third complete game of the season last night, scattering seven hits as the Baysox topped the Canton-Akron Indians, 2-1, in Game 2 of the Double-A Eastern League semifinals at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium.The victory, only Bowie's second in 12 games at Canton, sends (( the best-of-five series back to Baltimore tied 1-1.The first of three possible games is tonight at 7:05 at Memorial Stadium.
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By Andy Call and Andy Call,Contributing Writer | August 18, 1993
CANTON, Ohio -- A wild pitch by Bowie reliever Rafael Chaves allowed Canton-Akron's Brian Giles to score the winning run in the seventh inning, capping a come-from-behind 6-5 victory by the Indians in the second game of Double-A Eastern League doubleheader at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium.Canton took a 6-3 victory in the first game, a completion of Monday night's rain-suspended game.In the second game, Canton erased a 5-0 Baysox lead.Chaves (2-5) was one out away from his league-leading 21st save, but Patrick Lennon's RBI single to shallow center tied the score.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | June 20, 1993
CLEVELAND -- Although the timing of the announcement may have caught some people off guard, Baltimore-area native Mike Bielecki wasn't shocked when he was released by the Cleveland Indians after Friday night's game. The right-hander was scheduled to start against his hometown team yesterday afternoon, but was replaced by Mark Clark."I wasn't surprised. I knew they had to make a move," saiBielecki, who was raised in the Dundalk area. Trying to come back after elbow surgery last summer, Bielecki is hoping to land another job. "I'm going to keep throwing.
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March 10, 1997
Angels: Signed 1B-OF Darin Ersted, P Dennis Springer and 3B George Arias to one-year contracts.Brewers: Reassigned P Peter Benny, P Sean Maloney, P Henry Santos, OF Ken Felder, C Jeff Alfano and IF Andres Duncan to minor-league camp.Mariners: Optioned P Tim Harikkala and P Derek Lowe to Triple-A Tacoma. Reassigned P Paul Abbott, P Ken Cloude, P Jason Brosnan, C Karl Thompson, IF John Patterson, IF Dan Rohrmeier, IF Paul Torres and OF Jalal Leach to minor-league camp.Padres: Optioned P Todd Erdos, P Cam Smith, IF Juan Melo and OF Earl Johnson to Double-A Mobile.
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