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May 11, 1998
Hitting6* Derek Jeter, Yankees: 3-for-5, triple.Ben Grieve, Athletics: 3-for-5, double.PitchingRamiro Mendoza, Yankees: 5-hitter, 0 walks.Tim Wakefield, Red Sox: 8 2/3 innings (6 2/3 hitless), 2 hits, 1 unearned run.John Burkett, Rangers: 8 innings (6 2/3 perfect), 4 hits, 3 runs.Pub Date: 5/11/98
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2004
Orioles pitcher Rodrigo Lopez was the most effective middle reliever in the major leagues over the first six weeks of the season, but all the while he was pining for an opportunity to return to the starting rotation. He finally got his wish after the club's young starting rotation came unglued -- and will start tomorrow or Thursday against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field -- but the Orioles could come to regret digging a new hole to fill in an old one. In a perfectly balanced baseball world, Lopez might have realized that he had found the place where he fit perfectly on the Orioles' pitching staff, but he would concede only that the role was "necessary."
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May 22, 1998
Quote: "For me, the fight's within myself. I've always told myself, 'Jose, you have all the ability in the world, but your health has always held you back.' " -- Toronto's Jose Canseco after homering twice yesterday.It's a fact: Tampa Bay's Rolando Arrojo, who lost for the first time in five starts, had not allowed an earned run on the road in 32 1/3 innings until giving up a homer yesterday. Arrojo was attempting to become the first AL rookie to win five straight since Andy Pettitte did it for the Yankees in 1995.
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By Roch Kubatko | February 13, 2003
New York Yankees Manager: Joe Torre 2002 finish: 103-58, first place Story line: The owner is miffed, and Torre and his coaching staff have been put on notice. First place isn't good enough in the Bronx. The Yankees haven't won a World Series since 2000, and that qualifies as a significant drought in George Steinbrenner's world. Changing faces: No longer content to hoard all the best U.S. free agents, the Yankees signed Japanese slugger Hideki Matsui and Cuban pitcher Jose Contreras.
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By Roch Kubatko | May 5, 2000
At Yankee Stadium, New York Day ...................Time ....................TV ..................Starters Tonight .............7: 05 .................HTS ............Scott Erickson (2000 debut) vs. ....................................................................... Orlando Hernandez (4-1, 3.50) Tomorrow .........1: 05 .................13, 50 ..........Pat Rapp (3-1, 5.34) vs. Roger ....................................................................... Clemens (2-2, 4.91) Sunday .....
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By Joe Strauss | September 11, 1997
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay ........... Time ..... TV .... StartersNTC Tonight ....... 7:35 ... 13, 50 .. Andy Pettitte (16-7, 2.98)............... .................. vs. Jimmy Key (15-8, 3.08)Tomorrow ...... 7:35 ... 13, 50 .. Ramiro Mendoza (5-6, 4.71)............... .................. vs. Scott Erickson (16-5, 3.30)Saturday ...... 1:15 ... 45, 5 ... Kenny Rogers (6-6, 5.30)............... .................. vs. Mike Mussina (13-7, 3.29)Sunday ........ 8:05 ... ESPN .... Dwight Gooden (7-4, 5.15)
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By Roch Kubatko | February 13, 2003
New York Yankees Manager: Joe Torre 2002 finish: 103-58, first place Story line: The owner is miffed, and Torre and his coaching staff have been put on notice. First place isn't good enough in the Bronx. The Yankees haven't won a World Series since 2000, and that qualifies as a significant drought in George Steinbrenner's world. Changing faces: No longer content to hoard all the best U.S. free agents, the Yankees signed Japanese slugger Hideki Matsui and Cuban pitcher Jose Contreras.
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1997
NEW YORK -- Cleveland Indians manager Mike Hargrove said he is not concerned about a carry-over effect of his team blowing a five-run lead in Tuesday's 8-6 loss to the New York Yankees.The bullpen failed miserably, as the Yankees touched up two Cleveland relievers for back-to-back-to-back home runs in the five-run sixth inning."The game of baseball, when you play 162 games, you learn how not to dwell on the highs and dwell on the lows -- you stay in the middle," Hargrove said. "I think we had the right people at the right time.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2004
Orioles pitcher Rodrigo Lopez was the most effective middle reliever in the major leagues over the first six weeks of the season, but all the while he was pining for an opportunity to return to the starting rotation. He finally got his wish after the club's young starting rotation came unglued -- and will start tomorrow or Thursday against the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field -- but the Orioles could come to regret digging a new hole to fill in an old one. In a perfectly balanced baseball world, Lopez might have realized that he had found the place where he fit perfectly on the Orioles' pitching staff, but he would concede only that the role was "necessary."
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | July 4, 2001
Fond of using the New York Yankees as their yardstick, the Orioles again received a whack across the knuckles from a pinstriped ruler last night. Some of them wondered who tattled. Not only did the Yankees climb over the Boston Red Sox into first place by beating the Orioles for the ninth time in 11 games, they trampled on the upstarts' recent sense of good feeling with a 10-6 pounding that had their starting pitcher and several others within the clubhouse wondering if Yankee hitters knew what was coming.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | July 4, 2001
Fond of using the New York Yankees as their yardstick, the Orioles again received a whack across the knuckles from a pinstriped ruler last night. Some of them wondered who tattled. Not only did the Yankees climb over the Boston Red Sox into first place by beating the Orioles for the ninth time in 11 games, they trampled on the upstarts' recent sense of good feeling with a 10-6 pounding that had their starting pitcher and several others within the clubhouse wondering if Yankee hitters knew what was coming.
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By Roch Kubatko | May 5, 2000
At Yankee Stadium, New York Day ...................Time ....................TV ..................Starters Tonight .............7: 05 .................HTS ............Scott Erickson (2000 debut) vs. ....................................................................... Orlando Hernandez (4-1, 3.50) Tomorrow .........1: 05 .................13, 50 ..........Pat Rapp (3-1, 5.34) vs. Roger ....................................................................... Clemens (2-2, 4.91) Sunday .....
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May 22, 1998
Quote: "For me, the fight's within myself. I've always told myself, 'Jose, you have all the ability in the world, but your health has always held you back.' " -- Toronto's Jose Canseco after homering twice yesterday.It's a fact: Tampa Bay's Rolando Arrojo, who lost for the first time in five starts, had not allowed an earned run on the road in 32 1/3 innings until giving up a homer yesterday. Arrojo was attempting to become the first AL rookie to win five straight since Andy Pettitte did it for the Yankees in 1995.
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May 11, 1998
Hitting6* Derek Jeter, Yankees: 3-for-5, triple.Ben Grieve, Athletics: 3-for-5, double.PitchingRamiro Mendoza, Yankees: 5-hitter, 0 walks.Tim Wakefield, Red Sox: 8 2/3 innings (6 2/3 hitless), 2 hits, 1 unearned run.John Burkett, Rangers: 8 innings (6 2/3 perfect), 4 hits, 3 runs.Pub Date: 5/11/98
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By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1997
NEW YORK -- Cleveland Indians manager Mike Hargrove said he is not concerned about a carry-over effect of his team blowing a five-run lead in Tuesday's 8-6 loss to the New York Yankees.The bullpen failed miserably, as the Yankees touched up two Cleveland relievers for back-to-back-to-back home runs in the five-run sixth inning."The game of baseball, when you play 162 games, you learn how not to dwell on the highs and dwell on the lows -- you stay in the middle," Hargrove said. "I think we had the right people at the right time.
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By Joe Strauss | September 11, 1997
At Oriole Park at Camden YardsDay ........... Time ..... TV .... StartersNTC Tonight ....... 7:35 ... 13, 50 .. Andy Pettitte (16-7, 2.98)............... .................. vs. Jimmy Key (15-8, 3.08)Tomorrow ...... 7:35 ... 13, 50 .. Ramiro Mendoza (5-6, 4.71)............... .................. vs. Scott Erickson (16-5, 3.30)Saturday ...... 1:15 ... 45, 5 ... Kenny Rogers (6-6, 5.30)............... .................. vs. Mike Mussina (13-7, 3.29)Sunday ........ 8:05 ... ESPN .... Dwight Gooden (7-4, 5.15)
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