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August 17, 2002
On deck Shawn Estes, traded Thursday from the Mets, makes his first start today for the Reds, facing the Astros. He said it "Beer: $5; Ticket: $10; Rolen: Worthless." Fan sign at Veterans Stadium, where former Phillie Scott Rolen made his first appearance since being traded to the Cardinals last month
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By Peter Schmuck | June 18, 2004
At Coors Field, Denver Day Time TV Starters Tonight 9:05 54, 20 Sidney Ponson (3-8, 6.60) vs. Shawn Estes (6-3, 5.81) Tomorrow 8:05 13, 20 Eric DuBose (4-5, 5.80) vs. Jeff Fassero (0-6, 5.24) Sunday 3:05 54, 20 Daniel Cabrera (3-3, 4.35) vs. Joe Kennedy (5-4, 4.15) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) Rockies update The clubs with the highest team ERAs in the major leagues meet - in the thin air of Denver, no less. The Rockies, who own the second-worst record in baseball (23-42), suffered an 11-0 loss to Boston yesterday to raise their team ERA to 6.26 - more than a run higher than last year's season-ending figure (5.20)
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June 9, 1999
Angels: Catcher Todd Greene was back in the starting lineup after leaving Monday night's game in the second inning with tightness in his right hamstring.Braves: Left fielder Ryan Klesko missed his second game in a row with flu-like symptoms. Shortstop Walt Weiss missed his second straight game and ninth in the last 11 with a sore left quadriceps.Devil Rays: Jose Canseco, who played left field for the second consecutive game after being the DH in 52 previous games, left in the fifth inning complaining of back stiffness.
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June 21, 2003
Who's hot Marlins starters have allowed only three walks over their past 45 1/3 innings. Who's not The Rangers have lost 17 of 19, their worst stretch since also going 2-17 from Aug. 5-25, 1973. Line of the day Shawn Estes, Cubs P IP R H BB SO 1 6 2 4 0 On deck Rodrigo Rosario today be comes the Astros' 11th starter, matching last year's total. He said it "I'm at the bottom of the barrel right now. The worst-case scenario is two weeks from now I don't have a job." Glendon Rusch, pitcher optioned to Triple-A Louisville by the Brewers after going 1-11 with an 8.61 ERA
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April 29, 1998
HittingTony Gwynn, Padres: 5-for-5, HR, 3 runs.Kevin Jordan, Phillies: Pinch-hit, game-winning, 3-run HRJ.T. Snow, Giants: 3-for-4, HRRico Brogna, Phillies: 4-for-4, 2 HRs, 3 RBIsNeifi Perez, Rockies: 3-for-4, 3 RBIs.Dante Bichette, Rockies: 4-for-5, double.Derek Bell, Astros: 4-for-6.PitchingHideo Nomo, Dodgers: 9 innings, 3 hits, 11 strikeouts.Tom Glavine, Braves: 7 innings, 3 hits, 8 strikeouts.Shawn Estes, Giants: 6 1/3 innings, 2 hits, 1 run, 6 strikeouts.Al Leiter, Mets: 6 1/3 innings, 6-hit shutout.
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August 18, 2000
Quote: "I think they are giving it their best. It's not like a horse that you're going to whip and make it run harder, that's not the way it works here." -- Montreal manager Felipe Alou after his team finished 0-7 on the homestand after yesterday's loss to San Francisco. It's a fact: Mets first baseman Todd Zeile hit his 200th career home run. Who's hot: San Francisco Giants pitcher Shawn Estes (12-3) won his seventh consecutive decision. Who's not: The Expos have lost 12 of their past 13 games.
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By Peter Schmuck | June 18, 2004
At Coors Field, Denver Day Time TV Starters Tonight 9:05 54, 20 Sidney Ponson (3-8, 6.60) vs. Shawn Estes (6-3, 5.81) Tomorrow 8:05 13, 20 Eric DuBose (4-5, 5.80) vs. Jeff Fassero (0-6, 5.24) Sunday 3:05 54, 20 Daniel Cabrera (3-3, 4.35) vs. Joe Kennedy (5-4, 4.15) Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) Rockies update The clubs with the highest team ERAs in the major leagues meet - in the thin air of Denver, no less. The Rockies, who own the second-worst record in baseball (23-42), suffered an 11-0 loss to Boston yesterday to raise their team ERA to 6.26 - more than a run higher than last year's season-ending figure (5.20)
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April 2, 2000
Giants That was then: The Fabulous Dusty Baker Boys led the West at the All-Star break before succumbing to injuries and Arizona's desert storm. This is now: The Giants have traded in barren, cold 3Com Park for Pacific Bell Park, a 40,800-seat paradise in one of the warmest, sunniest parts of San Francisco. Season-ticket sales are up 24,000 from last year with attendance guaranteed to top 3 million. Upside: Barry Bonds' career-best ratio of a homer every 10.4 at-bats could get even better with Pac Bell's 307-foot right-field corner, the majors' closest.
SPORTS
August 18, 2000
Quote: "I think they are giving it their best. It's not like a horse that you're going to whip and make it run harder, that's not the way it works here." -- Montreal manager Felipe Alou after his team finished 0-7 on the homestand after yesterday's loss to San Francisco. It's a fact: Mets first baseman Todd Zeile hit his 200th career home run. Who's hot: San Francisco Giants pitcher Shawn Estes (12-3) won his seventh consecutive decision. Who's not: The Expos have lost 12 of their past 13 games.
SPORTS
April 2, 2000
Giants That was then: The Fabulous Dusty Baker Boys led the West at the All-Star break before succumbing to injuries and Arizona's desert storm. This is now: The Giants have traded in barren, cold 3Com Park for Pacific Bell Park, a 40,800-seat paradise in one of the warmest, sunniest parts of San Francisco. Season-ticket sales are up 24,000 from last year with attendance guaranteed to top 3 million. Upside: Barry Bonds' career-best ratio of a homer every 10.4 at-bats could get even better with Pac Bell's 307-foot right-field corner, the majors' closest.
SPORTS
June 9, 1999
Angels: Catcher Todd Greene was back in the starting lineup after leaving Monday night's game in the second inning with tightness in his right hamstring.Braves: Left fielder Ryan Klesko missed his second game in a row with flu-like symptoms. Shortstop Walt Weiss missed his second straight game and ninth in the last 11 with a sore left quadriceps.Devil Rays: Jose Canseco, who played left field for the second consecutive game after being the DH in 52 previous games, left in the fifth inning complaining of back stiffness.
SPORTS
April 29, 1998
HittingTony Gwynn, Padres: 5-for-5, HR, 3 runs.Kevin Jordan, Phillies: Pinch-hit, game-winning, 3-run HRJ.T. Snow, Giants: 3-for-4, HRRico Brogna, Phillies: 4-for-4, 2 HRs, 3 RBIsNeifi Perez, Rockies: 3-for-4, 3 RBIs.Dante Bichette, Rockies: 4-for-5, double.Derek Bell, Astros: 4-for-6.PitchingHideo Nomo, Dodgers: 9 innings, 3 hits, 11 strikeouts.Tom Glavine, Braves: 7 innings, 3 hits, 8 strikeouts.Shawn Estes, Giants: 6 1/3 innings, 2 hits, 1 run, 6 strikeouts.Al Leiter, Mets: 6 1/3 innings, 6-hit shutout.
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