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August 31, 2002
Who's hot Dave Roberts of the Dodgers has led off the past 32 games with 17 hits and three walks. Who's not The Pirates are 7-for-47 (.149) with runners in scoring position over their past five games. Line of the day Trot Nixon, Red Sox RF AB R H RBI HR 4 1 3 4 1
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2014
Now that Orioles third baseman Manny Machado has apologized for Sunday's bat-throwing incident, his fate is in the hands of Major League Baseball. A decision on a suspension is expected to come down at some point on Tuesday. I'd be surprised if Machado didn't receive at least a four- or five-game suspension. It might be longer. There's been little precedent set for bat-throwing incidents, but 12 years ago, there was a similar situation involving Red Sox outfielder Trot Nixon.
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By Joe Christensen | May 31, 2004
Scouting report: O's vs. Red Sox At Fenway Park, Boston Day ........ Time ........... TV ....................... Starters Today ..... 1:05 .......... CSN ......... Rodrigo Lopez (3-2, 2.92) .................................................... vs. Derek Lowe (4-4, 6.22) Radio: WBAL (1090 AM) Red Sox update The Orioles took three of five games from Boston when the teams met for two series early in the season. They were rained out twice at Fenway Park, and this game is a makeup of the April 13 washout.
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By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN REPORTER | July 2, 2006
Tonight, the official All-Star teams will be announced. Officially, call this a preview. Unofficially, here's what the All-Star teams should look like if the Chicago White Sox's Ozzie Guillen, Houston Astros' Phil Garner and the players who voted viewed this without emotion. They won't, of course. Not when managers have the chance to reward some of their own guys. That's their right for winning their pennants. But here's a look at who deserves to make it - and it's done by the rules. Thirty-two players from each side are chosen.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | April 5, 2004
Game 1 was one the Boston Red Sox simply want to forget about. Their three-time Cy Young Award winner and pitching ace had one nightmarish inning last night that was enough to doom him to defeat. Without injured sluggers Nomar Garciaparra (Achilles' tendon) and Trot Nixon (back), the Boston offense struggled to finish, putting 19 runners on base but scoring only two of them. The defense was shaky, with two Red Sox errors directly leading to Orioles runs and the swirling wind playing havoc with the outfielders, who occasionally had trouble tracking down fly balls.
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By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN REPORTER | July 2, 2006
Tonight, the official All-Star teams will be announced. Officially, call this a preview. Unofficially, here's what the All-Star teams should look like if the Chicago White Sox's Ozzie Guillen, Houston Astros' Phil Garner and the players who voted viewed this without emotion. They won't, of course. Not when managers have the chance to reward some of their own guys. That's their right for winning their pennants. But here's a look at who deserves to make it - and it's done by the rules. Thirty-two players from each side are chosen.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2014
Now that Orioles third baseman Manny Machado has apologized for Sunday's bat-throwing incident, his fate is in the hands of Major League Baseball. A decision on a suspension is expected to come down at some point on Tuesday. I'd be surprised if Machado didn't receive at least a four- or five-game suspension. It might be longer. There's been little precedent set for bat-throwing incidents, but 12 years ago, there was a similar situation involving Red Sox outfielder Trot Nixon.
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September 11, 2004
Who's hot Craig Monroe of the Tigers has hit in 23 of his past 24 games and is batting .393 (35-for-89) during that stretch. Who's not The Mets have committed 123 errors, most in the major leagues. Line of the day Jason Michaels, Phillies CF AB R H RBI HR 5 2 4 4 1 On deck Trot Nixon of the Red Sox, who has missed 39 games, is expected to start in right field tomorrow. He said it "Each of them was wondering if they could hit one out. I said, `Get it out of the infield first.' " Chris Magruder, Brewers outfielder, after Bengals QBs Jon Kitna, his cousin, and Carson Palmer took batting practice
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By Joe Christensen | May 31, 2004
Scouting report: O's vs. Red Sox At Fenway Park, Boston Day ........ Time ........... TV ....................... Starters Today ..... 1:05 .......... CSN ......... Rodrigo Lopez (3-2, 2.92) .................................................... vs. Derek Lowe (4-4, 6.22) Radio: WBAL (1090 AM) Red Sox update The Orioles took three of five games from Boston when the teams met for two series early in the season. They were rained out twice at Fenway Park, and this game is a makeup of the April 13 washout.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | April 5, 2004
Game 1 was one the Boston Red Sox simply want to forget about. Their three-time Cy Young Award winner and pitching ace had one nightmarish inning last night that was enough to doom him to defeat. Without injured sluggers Nomar Garciaparra (Achilles' tendon) and Trot Nixon (back), the Boston offense struggled to finish, putting 19 runners on base but scoring only two of them. The defense was shaky, with two Red Sox errors directly leading to Orioles runs and the swirling wind playing havoc with the outfielders, who occasionally had trouble tracking down fly balls.
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