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May 23, 1998
Hitting Juan Gonzalez, Rangers: 5 RBIs, HR.Shane Mack, Royals: grand slam.Bobby Higginson, Tigers: 4-for-6.PitchingTom Gordon, Red Sox: 18th save in 19 chances.Pub Date: 5/23/98
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August 8, 1998
BaseballAstros: Activated P Billy Wagner.L Blue Jays: Recalled P Steve Sinclair from Triple-A Syracuse.Brewers: Recalled IF-OF Brian Banks from Triple-A Louisville.Diamondbacks: Recalled IF Hanley Frias from Triple-A Tucson.Giants: Activated C Brian Johnson and P Julian Tavarez. Placed P Alvin Morman (strained hamstring) on DL. Optioned C Doug Mirabelli to Triple-A Fresno.Indians: Optioned IF-OF Richie Sexson to Buffalo.Mariners: Recalled OF Raul Ibanez from Triple-A Tacoma. Optioned IF Charles Gipson to Tacoma.
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July 27, 1998
Angels: Outfielder Orlando Palmeiro entered the game as a defensive replacement in the sixth inning. It was his first appearance since July 21, when his foul tip hit him in the left eye during a game at Minnesota.Indians: Cleveland batted .125 (4-for-32) with runners in scoring position in the series, including 0-for-8 with Kenny Lofton's sacrifice fly yesterday.Royals: Kansas City's five-run first was its highest-scoring first inning of the season. The previous high was four on two occasions.
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July 27, 1998
Angels: Outfielder Orlando Palmeiro entered the game as a defensive replacement in the sixth inning. It was his first appearance since July 21, when his foul tip hit him in the left eye during a game at Minnesota.Indians: Cleveland batted .125 (4-for-32) with runners in scoring position in the series, including 0-for-8 with Kenny Lofton's sacrifice fly yesterday.Royals: Kansas City's five-run first was its highest-scoring first inning of the season. The previous high was four on two occasions.
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August 8, 1998
BaseballAstros: Activated P Billy Wagner.L Blue Jays: Recalled P Steve Sinclair from Triple-A Syracuse.Brewers: Recalled IF-OF Brian Banks from Triple-A Louisville.Diamondbacks: Recalled IF Hanley Frias from Triple-A Tucson.Giants: Activated C Brian Johnson and P Julian Tavarez. Placed P Alvin Morman (strained hamstring) on DL. Optioned C Doug Mirabelli to Triple-A Fresno.Indians: Optioned IF-OF Richie Sexson to Buffalo.Mariners: Recalled OF Raul Ibanez from Triple-A Tacoma. Optioned IF Charles Gipson to Tacoma.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 21, 1997
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- Maryland's Jim Guzzio has advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA wrestling championships, winning two matches yesterday to improve his record to 37-0.Guzzio (134 pounds) will face Erik Smith of Appalachian State today in the quarterfinals at Northern Iowa University. A victory would put Guzzio into the semifinals and automatically make him an All-American.Guzzio defeated Ed Hockenberry of Bloomsburg State, 14-3, in the first round and won a 6-0 decision over Scott Marr of Minnesota in the second round.
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By Justin Goldberg | March 20, 1997
Maryland, which placed third in the Atlantic Coast Conference championships, will send five wrestlers to the NCAA Division I championships that start today at Northern Iowa University.The five Terps are led by captain Jim Guzzio, who dominated the 134-pound weight class with a 35-0 record. Arash Alizadeh was ACC champion at 158 pounds, Damon Stevens was runner-up at 167 and teammates Shane Mack (142) and Jeff Whalen (150) earned wild-card slots with third-place finishes.Coppin State senior Keno Brown qualified for the nationals by winning the NCAA East Regional at 190 pounds, as did 275-pound teammate Kenny Hunter, who is from Mount St. Joseph.
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January 8, 1992
Baseball Chicago Cubs -- Agreed to terms with P Jeff D. Robinson (0-3, 3 saves, 5.37 ERA in 39 relief appearances with Angels last year) on a minor-league contract.Minnesota Twins -- Agreed to terms with OF Shane Mack (.310, 18 HR, 74 RBI) and 3B Mike Pagliarulo (.279, 6 HR, 36 RBI in 121 games) to 1-year contracts.New York Yankees -- Signed IF Mike Gallego (.247, 12 HR, 47 RBI) to a 3-year contract worth $5.1 million.Pittsburgh Pirates -- Named Don Werner manager; Tom Dettore pitching coach; Rich Chiles hitting instructor; and Sandy Krum trainer of Class AA Carolina.
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By MIKE LITTWIN | October 27, 1991
MINNEAPOLIS -- You've seen the banners, and this time they've got it right: There's no place like Dome.The MonstroDome wins again. The Braves had their ace pitcher and they had the Lemmer and they hit shot after shot against the Twins starter and none of it mattered.This one's going seven, and do not bet against the Twins here.Do not. Do not. Not if you care about history, or about your money.Jack Morris, the pitcher you want throwing a seventh game of a World Series, pitches for the Twins against John Smoltz.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | January 30, 1993
The Orioles' most potentially divisive contract dispute of the off-season ended amicably yesterday when center fielder Mike Devereaux agreed to a one-year contract that will pay him $3.025 million plus incentives.Devereaux appeared to be headed for an arbitration showdown when he filed for $3.6 million last week, but he compromised at a figure that was $275,000 more than the club's arbitration offer. The settlement assured that the friendly relationship between the team and its leading run-producer of 1992 would not be damaged by the negative fallout from an arbitration hearing.
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May 23, 1998
Hitting Juan Gonzalez, Rangers: 5 RBIs, HR.Shane Mack, Royals: grand slam.Bobby Higginson, Tigers: 4-for-6.PitchingTom Gordon, Red Sox: 18th save in 19 chances.Pub Date: 5/23/98
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August 13, 1997
BaseballLou Gehrig Award: Given to Dodgers OF Brett Butler for way he exemplifies character of the Hall of Fame first baseman.Angels: Signed four draft picks: P Michael Brunet, P Steve Green, C Robert Garrick and SS Steve Ahlers to minor-league contracts.Athletics: Sent C George Williams and former Orioles P Mike Oquist to Single-A Modesto for rehabilitation assignments.Cardinals: Activated C Tom Pagnozzi from DL. Placed IF Scott Livingstone (sore right elbow) on 15-day DL.Giants: Signed OF Dan McKinley, second-round pick.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | July 17, 1997
As slumps go, this one has gotten a bit peculiar. Enough so that it may not even qualify as such.Left-hander Jimmy Key had lost four of his past five decisions before last night. A 2.87 ERA during that time suggested a lack of run support largely was to blame.What transpired in his latest start, a 4-1 loss to the Boston Red Sox, didn't bring any relief. Or enough runs.Four batters into the game, Key was behind 3-0. And all the Orioles could do was hope for another ambush of Boston starter Steve Avery, which never materialized as the left-hander won his first decision since April 22.The offense couldn't deliver a timely hit. Key couldn't avoid a big inning.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 21, 1997
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- Maryland's Jim Guzzio has advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA wrestling championships, winning two matches yesterday to improve his record to 37-0.Guzzio (134 pounds) will face Erik Smith of Appalachian State today in the quarterfinals at Northern Iowa University. A victory would put Guzzio into the semifinals and automatically make him an All-American.Guzzio defeated Ed Hockenberry of Bloomsburg State, 14-3, in the first round and won a 6-0 decision over Scott Marr of Minnesota in the second round.
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By Justin Goldberg | March 20, 1997
Maryland, which placed third in the Atlantic Coast Conference championships, will send five wrestlers to the NCAA Division I championships that start today at Northern Iowa University.The five Terps are led by captain Jim Guzzio, who dominated the 134-pound weight class with a 35-0 record. Arash Alizadeh was ACC champion at 158 pounds, Damon Stevens was runner-up at 167 and teammates Shane Mack (142) and Jeff Whalen (150) earned wild-card slots with third-place finishes.Coppin State senior Keno Brown qualified for the nationals by winning the NCAA East Regional at 190 pounds, as did 275-pound teammate Kenny Hunter, who is from Mount St. Joseph.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | June 20, 1994
He gave up two doubles, a home run and a pair of singles, but the ball wasn't even put in play during the at-bat Mike Oquist took home with him last night.It produced, as you might have guessed, a walk, one of two the Orioles' young right-hander issued during a disastrous six-run third inning. In a game that produced 14 runs and 27 hits, the turning point may have been one of only five walks issued by both teams."The walk to [Kent] Hrbek didn't bother me, because I didn't want to give him a pitch to hit with a base open," said Oquist.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | June 20, 1994
He gave up two doubles, a home run and a pair of singles, but the ball wasn't even put in play during the at-bat Mike Oquist took home with him last night.It produced, as you might have guessed, a walk, one of two the Orioles' young right-hander issued during a disastrous six-run third inning. In a game that produced 14 runs and 27 hits, the turning point may have been one of only five walks issued by both teams."The walk to [Kent] Hrbek didn't bother me, because I didn't want to give him a pitch to hit with a base open," said Oquist.
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May 9, 1993
TORONTO -- They used to call him "Stand Pat" because he was willing to play the hand he dealt himself. But don't be misled.Presumably Bell has also been pulling his bat off the ball.A Minny offenseThe Minnesota Twins have been struggling offensively most of the season. Through last week's series with the Orioles they had hit only 15 home runs, 12 of them by Kirby Puckett, Kent Hrbek and Dave Winfield.Of the other three, two were hit in consecutive at-bats by Pedro Munoz against the Orioles 12 days ago in Baltimore.
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May 9, 1993
TORONTO -- They used to call him "Stand Pat" because he was willing to play the hand he dealt himself. But don't be misled.Presumably Bell has also been pulling his bat off the ball.A Minny offenseThe Minnesota Twins have been struggling offensively most of the season. Through last week's series with the Orioles they had hit only 15 home runs, 12 of them by Kirby Puckett, Kent Hrbek and Dave Winfield.Of the other three, two were hit in consecutive at-bats by Pedro Munoz against the Orioles 12 days ago in Baltimore.
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