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August 8, 2011
August 29, 1996: The Orioles acquired Todd Zeile and Pete Incaviglia from the Phillies.
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August 8, 2011
August 29, 1996: The Orioles acquired Todd Zeile and Pete Incaviglia from the Phillies.
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SPORTS
October 11, 1996
Todd ZeileInning: ThirdCount: 3-1Situation: One on, none outDistance: 350 feetLocation: Left fieldYankees pitcher: David ConeScore: Tied, 2-2Team total in series: 3Team total in postseason: 12
SPORTS
June 21, 2002
Who's hot The Yanks scored 41 runs at Coors, their most in a three-game series since scoring 42 against the Browns in 1951. Who's not Bud Smith of the Cardinals has lost a career-high six straight decisions. Line of the day Todd Zeile, Rockies 3B AB R H RBI HR 5 2 3 4 1
SPORTS
August 3, 1998
HittingJeffrey Hammonds, Orioles: 2 doubles, HR.Shawn Green, Blue Jays:4-for-5, 3 runs, HR.Todd Zeile, Rangers:2-for-2, 3 walks, 3 runs, double, HR.Magglio Ordonez, White Sox: 4-for-4.PitchingRoger Clemens, Blue Jays: 8 innings, 1 earned run, 6 hits, 14 strikeouts.Pub Date: 8/03/98BTC
SPORTS
September 24, 1998
HittingShane Spencer, Yankees: 3-for-4, 3-run HR.Todd Zeile, Rangers: 2-for-2, HR, 3 RBIs.PitchingTom Gordon, Red Sox: Tied a major-league record with his 41st straight save conversion.Bryce Florie, Tigers: 7 innings, 1 run, 3 hits.Pub Date: 9/24/98
SPORTS
June 21, 2002
Who's hot The Yanks scored 41 runs at Coors, their most in a three-game series since scoring 42 against the Browns in 1951. Who's not Bud Smith of the Cardinals has lost a career-high six straight decisions. Line of the day Todd Zeile, Rockies 3B AB R H RBI HR 5 2 3 4 1
SPORTS
May 9, 1998
Hitting Mark Grace, Cubs: 2-for-3, 3 RBIs.Charlie Hayes, Giants: 4-for-7; 4 RBIs, double.Mark Grudzielanek, Expos: 5-for-5.Preston Wilson, Mets: 3-for-4, 2 doubles, 3 runs.Todd Zeile, Dodgers: grand slam.PitchingTyler Green, Phillies: 8 innings, 3 runs, 3 hits, 10 strikeouts.Jesus Sanchez, Marlins: 10 strikeouts, RBI single.Pub Date: 5/09/98
NEWS
By Dan Berger | October 30, 1996
There is something spooky about a society whose second-greatest public holiday celebrates gluttony, death, fear and the occult.Richard Jewell served the purpose of assuring the Olympic tourists that the terrorism was over. There is no further need for him, or possibility of solving the case.If the campaign fund-raising orgy offends, think how much more would have been raised and spent had this election been at allcompetitive.No role here for Todd Zeile next season. The Orioles already have a third baseman, last name Ripken, first name to be negotiated.
SPORTS
By Buster Olney | August 30, 1996
On the field: Bobby Bonilla's homer in the first inning last night was his 20th of the year, and with that he became the seventh Orioles player to hit 20 or more homers in a season, setting a major-league record. Four teams previously had six players with 20 or more homers -- the 1961 Yankees, the 1964 Twins, the 1986 Tigers and the 1965 Braves. Interestingly, the two newest members of the Orioles lineup are at or approaching 20 homers: Todd Zeile has 20 homers, Eddie Murray has 19. But they don't count toward the record, because they hit homers with other teams.
SPORTS
April 12, 2000
Quote: "They thought the Z's had become too powerful and they had to break it up." -- Rangers reliever Jeff Zimmerman, who last spring had Gregg Zaun, Todd Zeile and Mike Zywica as teammates. It's a fact: White circles containing uniform numbers for Carl Yastrzemski, Ted Williams and Jackie Robinson were dislodged from the Fenway Park facade by strong weekend winds. Who's hot: Scott Schoeneweis, making his second major-league start, pitched a three-hitter Monday night. It was the Angels' first complete-game shutout in almost two years.
SPORTS
By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | July 28, 1999
On a night when they received a start from Mike Mussina, a lead from Albert Belle and six runs from an accelerating offense, the Orioles were only reminded by the Texas Rangers why their chances of creating wild-card suspense are remote.The American League's team of the moment, the Rangers transformed a rare dull effort by Mussina into an early five-run lead and hung on for an 8-6 win before an expectant but ultimately disappointed crowd of 42,949 at Camden Yards.Anticipating career home run No. 400, a thousand flashes greeted each pitch to Cal Ripken, hoping to freeze a moment that seemed impossibly distant in April but now teases with its inevitability.
SPORTS
September 24, 1998
HittingShane Spencer, Yankees: 3-for-4, 3-run HR.Todd Zeile, Rangers: 2-for-2, HR, 3 RBIs.PitchingTom Gordon, Red Sox: Tied a major-league record with his 41st straight save conversion.Bryce Florie, Tigers: 7 innings, 1 run, 3 hits.Pub Date: 9/24/98
SPORTS
August 3, 1998
HittingJeffrey Hammonds, Orioles: 2 doubles, HR.Shawn Green, Blue Jays:4-for-5, 3 runs, HR.Todd Zeile, Rangers:2-for-2, 3 walks, 3 runs, double, HR.Magglio Ordonez, White Sox: 4-for-4.PitchingRoger Clemens, Blue Jays: 8 innings, 1 earned run, 6 hits, 14 strikeouts.Pub Date: 8/03/98BTC
SPORTS
May 9, 1998
Hitting Mark Grace, Cubs: 2-for-3, 3 RBIs.Charlie Hayes, Giants: 4-for-7; 4 RBIs, double.Mark Grudzielanek, Expos: 5-for-5.Preston Wilson, Mets: 3-for-4, 2 doubles, 3 runs.Todd Zeile, Dodgers: grand slam.PitchingTyler Green, Phillies: 8 innings, 3 runs, 3 hits, 10 strikeouts.Jesus Sanchez, Marlins: 10 strikeouts, RBI single.Pub Date: 5/09/98
SPORTS
By Jason LaCanfora and Jason LaCanfora,SUN STAFF | November 6, 1996
The Orioles still have interest in bringing back free agent Todd Zeile -- just not at third base, assistant general manager Kevin Malone said yesterday.Zeile, 31, who was acquired from the Philadelphia Phillies in August and combined for 99 RBIs between the clubs, said he was told after an initial meeting with the Orioles last week that they did not want to sign him because the club planned to move Cal Ripken from shortstop to third base.Malone said yesterday he told Seth Levinson, Zeile's agent, that Zeile could be an Oriole next year, but in a versatile role.
SPORTS
By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | November 3, 1996
Ernie Banks started his career as a shortstop and finished as a first baseman. Rabbit Maranville moved from shortstop to second base. An All-Star shortstop, Joe Cronin switched to third base, and so did Pee Wee Reese.They are all Hall of Famers, and they changed positions at the end of their careers. When Los Angeles Dodgers manager Walter Alston moved Reese, he wasn't trying to embarrass him or push him out; heck, he probably would've preferred that Reese remain forever as one of the greatest shortstops of all time.
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