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September 5, 1998
Indians: Richie Sexson has homered in five of his past seven and six of his past 10 games. Cleveland is 36-10 vs. Detroit since the start of the '95 season. Joey Cora has hit in 20 straight games, including the four he's played since the Indians obtained him in a Monday trade with the Mariners.Pub Date: 9/05/98
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By SHEIL KAPADIA | April 25, 2006
Up Morgan Ensberg, third baseman, Astros -- Houston's slugger had homered in seven of eight games and was hitting .403 going into last night's game. He has hit nine home runs on the season and seems poised to repeat his 2005 season, when he had 36 homers and 101 RBIs. Ty Wigginton, third baseman, Devil Rays -- With the Pirates last season, he had seven homers and 25 RBIs in 155 at-bats. In 67 at-bats this season, Wigginton has eight home runs. His 20 RBIs are tied for tops in the American League.
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August 16, 1998
HittingEric Davis, Orioles: 4-for-4, 30-game hitting streak.Tino Martinez, Yankees: 4-for-4, 2 doubles.Rusty Greer, Rangers: 5 RBIs, grand slam.Richie Sexson, Indians: 4 RBIs, 2 doubles, triple.Mike Simms, Rangers: 4 RBIs, HR.PitchingRoger Clemens, Blue Jays: 8 innings, 2 runs, 6 hits, 15 strikeouts.Pub Date: 8/16/98
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By Ed Waldman and Ed Waldman,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2005
The Orioles don't yet know how much the Washington Nationals are going to affect their business. Owner Peter Angelos said yesterday, however, that while that uncertainty is hurting his team, it's not hurting it as much as the free-agent contracts that some of his fellow owners are handing out. Angelos' evidence: the New York Mets giving Carlos Beltran $119 million over seven years, 33-year-old Pedro Martinez $53 million over four years and Kris Benson...
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September 14, 2003
On deck Eric Milton of the Twins will make his first start of the season today as he faces the Indians. He said it "You can ask me anything about baseball, and I can answer. Ask me about the state budget, and I'll have to refer to someone." Rod Blagojevich, Illinois governor, joking about his passion for the Cubs Who's hot The Marlins have won seven in a row, their longest winning streak since August 1999. Who's not The Reds lead the major leagues with 129 errors. Line of the day Richie Sexson, Brewers 1B AB R H RBI HR 3 2 3 4 2
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By SHEIL KAPADIA | April 25, 2006
Up Morgan Ensberg, third baseman, Astros -- Houston's slugger had homered in seven of eight games and was hitting .403 going into last night's game. He has hit nine home runs on the season and seems poised to repeat his 2005 season, when he had 36 homers and 101 RBIs. Ty Wigginton, third baseman, Devil Rays -- With the Pirates last season, he had seven homers and 25 RBIs in 155 at-bats. In 67 at-bats this season, Wigginton has eight home runs. His 20 RBIs are tied for tops in the American League.
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By Ed Waldman and Ed Waldman,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2005
The Orioles don't yet know how much the Washington Nationals are going to affect their business. Owner Peter Angelos said yesterday, however, that while that uncertainty is hurting his team, it's not hurting it as much as the free-agent contracts that some of his fellow owners are handing out. Angelos' evidence: the New York Mets giving Carlos Beltran $119 million over seven years, 33-year-old Pedro Martinez $53 million over four years and Kris Benson...
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | August 6, 2000
No date says more about a franchise's true intent than July 31. Because teams must pass a player through waivers when attempting to trade him after that date, contenders work themselves into a frenzy gaining players before the deadline, while others, such as the Orioles, concede a season and dump. The Atlanta Braves got B. J. Surhoff. The Arizona Diamondbacks got Curt Schilling. The St. Louis Cardinals got Will Clark and Mike Timlin. (Well, the Cards at least tried.) And the Cleveland Indians, known in spring training as a certifiable postseason lock, got a load of intrigue to carry them through the rest of a disappointing season.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | December 15, 2004
REGARDING THE Orioles' standstill offseason, I'm thinking along lines that probably would make sense to Yogi Berra: It's too soon to panic, but don't let me stop you. That sounds like a contradiction, but so are the principles the Orioles need to observe during these crucial months. They need to be smart, and mostly have been. But they won't better themselves, or uphold their pledge to do so, unless they get a little stupid at some point. An example of the latter? How about trading three promising, young pitchers to Oakland for ace right-hander Tim Hudson?
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By PETER SCHMUCK | April 2, 2004
Chicago Cubs Manager: Dusty Baker 2003 finish: 88-74 (first) On deck: The arrival of quality run-producer Derrek Lee and the return of four-time Cy Young Award winner Greg Maddux improves a club that came within a few outs of the World Series last year. Big expectations, however, have been tempered by news that ace Mark Prior likely won't pitch until May because of injuries to his elbow and Achilles' tendon. Man on a mission: Sammy Sosa has put last year's corked-bat incident behind him and has remained largely immune from the steroid speculation that has dogged some of the game's other big boppers.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | December 15, 2004
REGARDING THE Orioles' standstill offseason, I'm thinking along lines that probably would make sense to Yogi Berra: It's too soon to panic, but don't let me stop you. That sounds like a contradiction, but so are the principles the Orioles need to observe during these crucial months. They need to be smart, and mostly have been. But they won't better themselves, or uphold their pledge to do so, unless they get a little stupid at some point. An example of the latter? How about trading three promising, young pitchers to Oakland for ace right-hander Tim Hudson?
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | December 2, 2004
Carl Pavano will get the grand tour of Camden Yards. He'll meet with Orioles manager Lee Mazzilli, pitching coach Ray Miller and vice presidents Jim Beattie and Mike Flanagan. Then, Pavano will have dinner with owner Peter Angelos. The Orioles plan to pull out all the stops Sunday when Pavano gets to Baltimore on a tour designed to help the free-agent pitcher pick his next employer. According to Orioles insiders, Pavano has emerged as one of their primary offseason targets - along with free-agent first basemen Carlos Delgado and Richie Sexson - so they want to make their best possible impression.
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By PETER SCHMUCK | April 2, 2004
Chicago Cubs Manager: Dusty Baker 2003 finish: 88-74 (first) On deck: The arrival of quality run-producer Derrek Lee and the return of four-time Cy Young Award winner Greg Maddux improves a club that came within a few outs of the World Series last year. Big expectations, however, have been tempered by news that ace Mark Prior likely won't pitch until May because of injuries to his elbow and Achilles' tendon. Man on a mission: Sammy Sosa has put last year's corked-bat incident behind him and has remained largely immune from the steroid speculation that has dogged some of the game's other big boppers.
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September 14, 2003
On deck Eric Milton of the Twins will make his first start of the season today as he faces the Indians. He said it "You can ask me anything about baseball, and I can answer. Ask me about the state budget, and I'll have to refer to someone." Rod Blagojevich, Illinois governor, joking about his passion for the Cubs Who's hot The Marlins have won seven in a row, their longest winning streak since August 1999. Who's not The Reds lead the major leagues with 129 errors. Line of the day Richie Sexson, Brewers 1B AB R H RBI HR 3 2 3 4 2
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April 1, 2001
Milwaukee Brewers Record: 73-89, 3rd place, 22 back Runs scored: 740 (13th in NL) Runs allowed: 826 (10th in NL) Manager: Davey Lopes Home: Miller Park That was then: Forced to play an extra year at County Stadium because of a construction accident at new Miller Park, Milwaukee started 9-15 en route to its eighth straight losing season. The Brewers ended their offensive funk after acquiring power hitter Richie Sexson in July. This is now: The team has sold 1.6 million tickets at the $400 million, 43,500-seat jewel of a stadium, surpassing last year's total attendance, and is using the income to boost payroll from $27 million to $45 million.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | August 6, 2000
No date says more about a franchise's true intent than July 31. Because teams must pass a player through waivers when attempting to trade him after that date, contenders work themselves into a frenzy gaining players before the deadline, while others, such as the Orioles, concede a season and dump. The Atlanta Braves got B. J. Surhoff. The Arizona Diamondbacks got Curt Schilling. The St. Louis Cardinals got Will Clark and Mike Timlin. (Well, the Cards at least tried.) And the Cleveland Indians, known in spring training as a certifiable postseason lock, got a load of intrigue to carry them through the rest of a disappointing season.
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By Ken Rosenthal and Ken Rosenthal,SUN COLUMNIST | October 8, 1999
CLEVELAND -- Harold Baines smiled. And Jim Thome loved it."He never shows much emotion," Thome said yesterday after Cleveland's 11-1 victory over Boston in Game 2 of the American League Division Series."
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