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May 24, 2002
On deck Curt Schilling of the Diamondbacks will try to become the majors' first nine-game winner tonight. He said it "My hat goes off to him. Today would be considered `Shawn Green Day.' " Mike Cameron, Mariners center fielder, on Shawn Green's four-homer game yesterday, three weeks after Cameron did it against the White Sox
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop , tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | December 12, 2009
A 43-year-old Columbia man pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to dealing cocaine - more than 330 pounds of it, according to his plea agreement, which also claims he was involved in a mortgage fraud scheme with his mother. Shawn "Big Head" Green now faces a minimum of 10 years in prison and a maximum of life at his February sentencing, and he has already agreed to forfeit $914,000, property and three luxury vehicles. At least five sources identified Green as a "significant cocaine dealer" in the Baltimore-Washington area between 1998 and mid-2007, according to court records.
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September 5, 1998
Hitting Bernie Williams, Yankees: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs. Shawn Green, Blue Jays: 4-for-4, HR. Will Clark, Rangers: 4 RBIs, HR. Pitching Juan Guzman, Orioles: 8 innings, 1 run, 5 hits. Pub Date: 9/05/98
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June 7, 2005
BATTING LINE OF THE DAY Shawn Green, D'backs RF AB R H RBI HR 4 2 2 4 0 PITCHING LINE OF THE DAY Matt Morris, Cardinals IP H R BB SO 9 4 1 1 1
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August 4, 1999
Blue Jays: Shawn Green, hitless in his last two games after an AL-high 28-game streak, singled in the third to break an 0-for-9 skid.
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By Buster Olney | July 3, 1995
On the field: The Blue Jays' seventh inning ended unusually. Toronto had a runner at first and two outs when Shawn Green hit a chopper to shortstop Cal Ripken, who fielded the ball and flipped to second baseman Manny Alexander -- who hadn't moved to cover second base and was standing about eight feet from the base. Alexander, though, fired to first to barely nip Green for the final out.In the dugout: Third baseman Leo Gomez had one hit in six games since taking over for the injured Jeff Manto, so yesterday Orioles manager Phil Regan gave utility man Jeff Huson a chance to play there.
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By Previews by South Florida Sun-Sentinel | April 3, 2005
Arizona Diamondbacks Record, finish: 51-111, 5th. Manager: Bob Melvin, 1st season with Diamondbacks, 3rd overall. Payroll: $65 million. Hot seat: Troy Glaus. After he got $45 million, his shoulder must hold up. Best case: Rookie Koyie Hill makes a strong debut. ... Luis Gonzalez keeps his throwing elbow from barking and puts up more big numbers. ... Shawn Green excels in a more hitter-friendly park. ... Freed of the madness of the Bronx, Javier Vazquez pitches as he used to all those years in Montreal.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 9, 2002
This time, Jason Johnson made sure to hold a baseball before completing his pitching motion. He still got hurt, although not in the literal sense. Going six weeks between starts after a freakish injury, Johnson was undone last night by a tape-measure homer, an error that led to an unearned run and the rapid recovery of the opposing pitcher in the Los Angeles Dodgers' 8-4 victory over the Orioles before 39,489 at Camden Yards. Rather than position themselves for another sweep of the Dodgers and again revisit the 1966 World Series, the Orioles (28-31)
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By Mike DiGiovanna and Mike DiGiovanna,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 24, 2002
MILWAUKEE - Shawn Green came to the land of beer and bratwurst mired in the worst slump of his eight-year career, a season-long slide that punctured his reputation as one of the game's premier power hitters, shattered his confidence and prompted fans at Dodger Stadium to boo him during the last homestand. The Dodgers' right fielder left Milwaukee yesterday with his name etched alongside such Hall of Famers as Lou Gehrig, Willie Mays and Mike Schmidt and plastered all over baseball's record books.
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