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April 16, 1998
HittingRick Reed, Mets: Hit 2-run HR, second HR of career.Jim Eisenreich, Marlins: Hit 2-run pinch-hit HR to beat Phillies' Curt Schilling.Chipper Jones, Braves: 3-for-4, HR for third straight game.Derrek Lee, Marlins: Hit 5th HR, all in 16 at-bats.PitchingRick Reed, Mets: 7 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits.Greg Maddux, Braves: 9 innings, 0 runs, 6 hits.Kevin Brown, Giants: 9 innings, 0 runs, 4 hits, is 5-0 with 0.51 ERA vs. Giants.Pub Date: 4/16/98
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 13, 2002
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Minnesota Twins pitcher Joe Mays, fresh off Tuesday's Game 1 gem, will attempt to keep his team alive today in the American League Championship Series and force a sixth game at the Metrodome. Nothing like a little pressure. In his last start, Mays held the Anaheim Angels to one unearned run over eight innings in a 2-1 victory in Minnesota. He allowed only four hits and didn't walk a batter. Can he top that performance? "I don't want to top that," he said. "My job is to go out there and give the team a chance to win. Hopefully I'm able to do that, throw the ball over the plate, allow my team to play some defense behind me, and hopefully we can push a couple runs across the board."
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May 23, 1998
HittingGreg Vaughn, Padres: 3-for-5, 2 HRs, 3 runs, 4 RBIs.Craig Biggio, Astros: 3-for-5, 2 HRs, 2 runs, 4 RBIs.Mark Lewis, Phillies: 3-for-5, 2 doubles, HR.Scott Rolen, Phillies: 3-for-5, HR, 4 RBIs.Gerald Williams, Braves: 3-run, pinch-hit homer.PitchingGreg Maddux, Braves: 8 innings, 5 hits, 2 runs, 0 walks.Rick Reed, Mets: 7 innings, 4 hits, 2 runs, 9 strikeouts.Livan Hernandez, Marlins: 9 innings, 9 hits, 1 run.Jamie Wright: Rockies: 6 1/3 innings, 6 hits, 1 runs.! Pub Date: 5/23/98
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | August 14, 2002
MINNEAPOLIS - Orioles pitcher Scott Erickson has certainly had better times at the Metrodome than this. He celebrated a World Series title with the Minnesota Twins here in 1991 and pitched a no-hitter against the Milwaukee Brewers here three years later. Even after he got traded to the Orioles in 1995, Erickson always seemed to dominate the Twins, especially in their home stadium. Last night, those seemed like distant memories as Minnesota pounded Erickson in a 6-0 romp that broke their four-game losing streak against the Orioles, dating to last season.
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August 13, 2002
At Metrodome, Minneapolis Day...Time...TV...Starters Tonight...8:05...CSN...Scott Erickson (5-10, 4.80) vs. Rick Reed (9-6, 4.63) Tomorrow...8:05...CSN...Travis Driskill (8-5, 4.66) vs. Brad Radke (4-3, 5.15) Thursday...8:05...Ch. 54...Jason Johnson (3-9, 4.29) vs. Kyle Lohse (10-6, 4.69) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM)
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August 10, 1999
Quote: "I took batting practice in Oakland for years and nobody ever wrote a word about it. Now people get upset when I don't take BP."-- Cardinals' Mark McGwireIt's a fact: The Reds are 37-16 on the road, a record better than the home mark of every major-league team except the A's, who are 40-17.Who's hot: The Reds are 16-9 since the All-Star break.Who's not: The Pirates' Brant Brown is 3-for-25 (.120) as a pinch hitter.On deck: With Rick Reed out, Masato Yoshii will return to the Mets' rotation and will start Friday.
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August 8, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE Who's hot Luis Rivas of the Twins is hitting .408 (20-for-49) in the lead off spot. Who's not Greg Vaughn of the Devil Rays was 0-for-4 and is 7-for-47 in his past 12 games. It's a fact The home plate umpire in Rick Reed's first home start for the Twins last night was - Rick Reed. NATIONAL LEAGUE Who's hot Dodgers starters are 12-4 since staff ace Kevin Brown went on the disabled list. Who's not Albie Lopez is 0-3 with the Diamondbacks and 5-15 overall. Line of the day Bobby Abreu, Phillies right fielder AB .....
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 13, 2002
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Minnesota Twins pitcher Joe Mays, fresh off Tuesday's Game 1 gem, will attempt to keep his team alive today in the American League Championship Series and force a sixth game at the Metrodome. Nothing like a little pressure. In his last start, Mays held the Anaheim Angels to one unearned run over eight innings in a 2-1 victory in Minnesota. He allowed only four hits and didn't walk a batter. Can he top that performance? "I don't want to top that," he said. "My job is to go out there and give the team a chance to win. Hopefully I'm able to do that, throw the ball over the plate, allow my team to play some defense behind me, and hopefully we can push a couple runs across the board."
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | August 14, 2002
MINNEAPOLIS - Orioles pitcher Scott Erickson has certainly had better times at the Metrodome than this. He celebrated a World Series title with the Minnesota Twins here in 1991 and pitched a no-hitter against the Milwaukee Brewers here three years later. Even after he got traded to the Orioles in 1995, Erickson always seemed to dominate the Twins, especially in their home stadium. Last night, those seemed like distant memories as Minnesota pounded Erickson in a 6-0 romp that broke their four-game losing streak against the Orioles, dating to last season.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | June 25, 1998
NEW YORK -- The Orioles' familiar and deadly combination of short-lived starting pitching, untimely hitting and a wasted early lead followed them to Flushing last night. The creeping sameness resulted in their second straight 6-3 loss to the New York Mets and further evidence that this club will enter the All-Star break with a losing record.Before a Shea Stadium crowd of 29,789, the Mets did more with nine hits than the Orioles could do with 14, largely because they created a four-run fifth inning out of several wild pitches and a costly throwing error by starting pitcher Pete Smith.
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August 13, 2002
At Metrodome, Minneapolis Day...Time...TV...Starters Tonight...8:05...CSN...Scott Erickson (5-10, 4.80) vs. Rick Reed (9-6, 4.63) Tomorrow...8:05...CSN...Travis Driskill (8-5, 4.66) vs. Brad Radke (4-3, 5.15) Thursday...8:05...Ch. 54...Jason Johnson (3-9, 4.29) vs. Kyle Lohse (10-6, 4.69) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM)
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August 8, 2001
AMERICAN LEAGUE Who's hot Luis Rivas of the Twins is hitting .408 (20-for-49) in the lead off spot. Who's not Greg Vaughn of the Devil Rays was 0-for-4 and is 7-for-47 in his past 12 games. It's a fact The home plate umpire in Rick Reed's first home start for the Twins last night was - Rick Reed. NATIONAL LEAGUE Who's hot Dodgers starters are 12-4 since staff ace Kevin Brown went on the disabled list. Who's not Albie Lopez is 0-3 with the Diamondbacks and 5-15 overall. Line of the day Bobby Abreu, Phillies right fielder AB .....
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August 10, 1999
Quote: "I took batting practice in Oakland for years and nobody ever wrote a word about it. Now people get upset when I don't take BP."-- Cardinals' Mark McGwireIt's a fact: The Reds are 37-16 on the road, a record better than the home mark of every major-league team except the A's, who are 40-17.Who's hot: The Reds are 16-9 since the All-Star break.Who's not: The Pirates' Brant Brown is 3-for-25 (.120) as a pinch hitter.On deck: With Rick Reed out, Masato Yoshii will return to the Mets' rotation and will start Friday.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1999
The name may not stick with the Orioles, but Octavio Dotel left quite an impression on them last night.He also left them still searching for a win in this series. And for their missing offense, which was hijacked by a relative unknown.Joining the New York Mets earlier in the day, Dotel fit right in by stifling the Orioles for seven innings and handing them a second straight loss, 4-1, before 42,615 at Camden Yards. The Dominican right-hander's only mistake was serving up Will Clark's ninth home run, which chipped away at a lead that never left him."
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | June 25, 1998
NEW YORK -- The Orioles' familiar and deadly combination of short-lived starting pitching, untimely hitting and a wasted early lead followed them to Flushing last night. The creeping sameness resulted in their second straight 6-3 loss to the New York Mets and further evidence that this club will enter the All-Star break with a losing record.Before a Shea Stadium crowd of 29,789, the Mets did more with nine hits than the Orioles could do with 14, largely because they created a four-run fifth inning out of several wild pitches and a costly throwing error by starting pitcher Pete Smith.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | June 25, 1998
NEW YORK -- The Orioles' familiar and deadly combination of short-lived starting pitching, untimely hitting and a wasted early lead followed them to Flushing last night. The creeping sameness resulted in their second straight 6-3 loss to the New York Mets and further evidence that this club will enter the All-Star break with a losing record.Before a Shea Stadium crowd of 29,789, the Mets did more with nine hits than the Orioles could do with 14, largely because they created a four-run fifth inning out of several wild pitches and a costly throwing error by starting pitcher Pete Smith.
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