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By Jon Heyman and Jon Heyman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 7, 2002
MINNEAPOLIS - There were no dramatic walk-off home runs, no late-game heroics of any sort. In fact, there was almost no spark at all from the young and talented Oakland A's, whose wondrous 20-game winning streak abruptly ended last night without them putting up any sort of fuss or fight. After Oakland's magic-less 6-0 defeat at the hands of this season's other small-market stunner, the Minnesota Twins, the 1916 New York Giants remain king with their historic 26-game run. Not one bit of the mojo that extended Oakland's run into record territory was evident here.
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June 11, 2006
On Thursday, June 8, 2006, DAVID A. GREEN. David retired from Mc Cormick and Company in May of 2006, with 35 years of service. The Lutherville resident was 60. He was the beloved husband of Mary Jo (nee Barracca) Green for 37 years; devoted father of Jennifer S. Green and Stephanie E. Green; loving brother of Nancy C. Gardner and the late Vernon Green; uncle of Karen Radke, Kim Digiondomenico, and Jody Gardner; grand-uncle of Reid, Brennan, and Celia Radke, Abby Digiondomenico and Marlie Gardner.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | July 26, 1997
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins have not been one of baseball's most formidable teams this year. They are well under .500 and fighting with the Milwaukee Brewers for the right to finish a distant third in the American League Central.So, they should have been the perfect road opponent for the Orioles, the team with the best road record in the major leagues. The only problem was, nobody told right-hander Brad Radke and future Hall of Famer Paul Molitor that they were supposed to step aside and let the Orioles' World Series parade pass through town.
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July 25, 2004
It's a fact Andy Pettitte has pitched against every team except the two he has played for, the Yankees and Astros. Milestone Milton Bradley of the Dodgers hit the 12th homer into the second deck since Dodger Stadium opened in 1962. The number 11: Walks issued by Twins' Brad Radke in 134 1/3 innings this season.
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June 11, 2006
On Thursday, June 8, 2006, DAVID A. GREEN. David retired from Mc Cormick and Company in May of 2006, with 35 years of service. The Lutherville resident was 60. He was the beloved husband of Mary Jo (nee Barracca) Green for 37 years; devoted father of Jennifer S. Green and Stephanie E. Green; loving brother of Nancy C. Gardner and the late Vernon Green; uncle of Karen Radke, Kim Digiondomenico, and Jody Gardner; grand-uncle of Reid, Brennan, and Celia Radke, Abby Digiondomenico and Marlie Gardner.
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July 25, 2004
It's a fact Andy Pettitte has pitched against every team except the two he has played for, the Yankees and Astros. Milestone Milton Bradley of the Dodgers hit the 12th homer into the second deck since Dodger Stadium opened in 1962. The number 11: Walks issued by Twins' Brad Radke in 134 1/3 innings this season.
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April 18, 1999
Quote: "If you keep pitching poorly, it will eventually catch up to you. If I don't make adjustments, I won't be here long."-- Devil Rays' Tony Saunders (Glen Burnie), who gave up five runs in three innings, hit a batter and made two wild pitches.It's a fact: The Devil Rays' Danny Clyburn is 5-for-11 against the Red Sox, 0-for-10 vs. the rest of the league.Who's hot: The Athletics' Jason Giambi, who started the season 5-for-28, is 9-for-16 over the past four games to raise his average to .318.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | October 2, 2002
OAKLAND, Calif. - If the Minnesota Twins know one thing, it's how to laugh at themselves, and they needed that yesterday. They needed it when some players took the wrong train from their San Francisco hotel and found themselves 15 miles north of the ballpark a few hours before Game 1 of the American League Division Series against the Oakland Athletics. They needed it when they made three errors in the first two innings and turned two infield pop-ups into circus plays, as Oakland grabbed a four-run lead.
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September 10, 1998
Angels: Closer Troy Percival played catch for five minutes before Tuesday's game and was cleared to pitch, but wasn't used. Percival hasn't appeared in a game since Friday due to what was termed a tired shoulder. The 5-0 loss to Minnesota Tuesday ended a six-game personal winning streak for Steve Sparks, who hadn't lost since July 16.Devil Rays: Tuesday's 10-0 rout of Seattle was Tampa Bay's largest victory margin and a franchise-low two-hitter by Wilson Alvarez and two relievers.Mariners: The Kingdome crowd of 20,679 on Tuesday was the smallest of the season.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | July 31, 2003
MINNEAPOLIS - The last pitch thrown by Sidney Ponson was grounded to shortstop and turned into a double play. He ate a post-game meal, showered, dressed and headed back to the team hotel. He also expected to wake up this morning on the Orioles' roster, a king-sized assumption given all the interest from other teams. Everyone else who made the trip to Minnesota, where the Orioles lost to the Twins last night, 5-1, at the Metrodome, figured they would be sharing the same flight back to Baltimore late tonight.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | October 2, 2002
OAKLAND, Calif. - If the Minnesota Twins know one thing, it's how to laugh at themselves, and they needed that yesterday. They needed it when some players took the wrong train from their San Francisco hotel and found themselves 15 miles north of the ballpark a few hours before Game 1 of the American League Division Series against the Oakland Athletics. They needed it when they made three errors in the first two innings and turned two infield pop-ups into circus plays, as Oakland grabbed a four-run lead.
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By Jon Heyman and Jon Heyman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 7, 2002
MINNEAPOLIS - There were no dramatic walk-off home runs, no late-game heroics of any sort. In fact, there was almost no spark at all from the young and talented Oakland A's, whose wondrous 20-game winning streak abruptly ended last night without them putting up any sort of fuss or fight. After Oakland's magic-less 6-0 defeat at the hands of this season's other small-market stunner, the Minnesota Twins, the 1916 New York Giants remain king with their historic 26-game run. Not one bit of the mojo that extended Oakland's run into record territory was evident here.
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By Roch Kubatko | August 6, 2002
At Oriole Park at Camden Yards Day...Time...TV...Starters Tonight...7:05...CSN...Eric Milton (13-7, 4.60) vs. Sidney Ponson (5-5, 4.23) Tomorrow...7:05...CSN...Rick Reed (9-5, 4.45) vs. Scott Erickson (4-10, 4.97) Thursday...12:35...CSN...Brad Radke (4-2, 5.15) vs. undecided Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) Twins update It has taken this long for the Orioles and Twins to meet. They'll play again next week in Minnesota. Maybe the Twins will cool off by then. They had won five straight before yesterday's loss and are 19-5 since the break.
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May 22, 1999
Quote: "Roger had his game face on all day. He can go all-out. If we felt he wasn't ready, he wouldn't have been activated." -- Yankees manager Joe Torre on Roger Clemens' activation before rainout.It's a fact: Wade Boggs' two singles last night moved him within 55 hits of the 3,000 career mark.Who's hot: The Blue Jays' Tony Fernandez is hitting .500 (37-for-74) at SkyDome this season, the best home batting average in the AL.Who's not: After seven saves in his first 12 appearances, Mariners closer Jose Mesa has none in his past four.
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September 10, 1998
Angels: Closer Troy Percival played catch for five minutes before Tuesday's game and was cleared to pitch, but wasn't used. Percival hasn't appeared in a game since Friday due to what was termed a tired shoulder. The 5-0 loss to Minnesota Tuesday ended a six-game personal winning streak for Steve Sparks, who hadn't lost since July 16.Devil Rays: Tuesday's 10-0 rout of Seattle was Tampa Bay's largest victory margin and a franchise-low two-hitter by Wilson Alvarez and two relievers.Mariners: The Kingdome crowd of 20,679 on Tuesday was the smallest of the season.
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