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San Jose Blanks Lancaster

May 07, 1999

Three San Jose pitchers combined on a four-hit shutout to beat Lancaster, 1-0, Thursday at the Hangar.

Lancaster starter Derek Bieniasz (0-4) yielded a home run in the top of the first inning for the game's lone run.

Mike Glendenning (Crespi High and Pierce College) was hitless in four at bats.

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The Seattle Mariners assigned middle infielder and third baseman Joshua Taylor, 22, to Lancaster, which placed first baseman Shawn McCorkle on the disabled list.

Joshua, a 57th-round draft selection by the New York Mets in 1997, was signed by the Mariners during spring training as a free agent after the Mets released him. Joshua hit .264 in 36 games last summer for Kingsport of the Appalachian League.

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Up next: Tonight and Saturday vs. San Jose at the Hangar; Sunday-Tuesday at Rancho Cucamonga.

AROUND THE LEAGUES

Scanning Wednesday's box scores:

Triple A--Left-hander Randy Wolf (El Camino Real High) allowed three hits and struck out seven for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, beating Buffalo, 5-2, and improving to 4-2. . . . Left fielder Ryan McGuire (El Camino Real) had three hits for Ottawa (Expos).

Class A--Wayne Nix (Monroe) worked three scoreless innings in relief and struck out five for Modesto (Athletics), lowering his earned-run average to 1.10. . . . Left fielder Eric Cole (Antelope Valley High, Antelope Valley College) hit his fourth home run for Kissimmee (Astros).

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