July 5, 1990 |
Eight Milwaukee and Seattle players, four from each team, and Brewers Manager Tom Trebelhorn were suspended by American League President Bobby Brown today for their roles in a 28-minute brawl last Saturday. Trebelhorn and Milwaukee pitcher Bob Sebra, who was sent to the minors Wednesday, each received five-game suspensions, effective today. Gary Sheffield, Mike Felder and B. J. Surhoff of the Brewers drew suspensions for three games each, with Sheffield's to begin today and the others Wednesday.
June 23, 2005 |
Bruce Bochy, the winningest manager in San Diego Padre history, agreed to terms of a two-year contract extension on Wednesday night. The deal was announced just before the Padres' game against the Dodgers. Bochy's contract had been set to expire at season's end. Bochy reportedly had agreed to a deal during spring training, but owner John Moores tabled it while hiring Sandy Alderson as chief executive.
September 9, 1998 |
Doug Johns and three relievers combined for a seven-hitter and Brady Anderson's infield single in the fifth inning scored the go-ahead run as the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Oakland Athletics, 5-2, Tuesday night. Arthur Rhodes (4-4) relieved Doug Johns, who was one out away from being the pitcher of record, with two on and two out in the fifth and the Orioles leading, 3-2. Rhodes got the last out of the fifth and pitched two more scoreless innings.
June 1, 2004 |
Fred McGriff's first homer this season sent the Tampa Bay Devil Rays on their way to a rare road win. McGriff's two-run shot, his 492nd homer, opened the scoring and the Devil Rays beat the Minnesota Twins, 7-3, Monday at Minneapolis. McGriff, making his second start for the Devil Rays since he was brought up from the minors Friday, homered for the first time since Sept. 2. The homer against Seth Greisinger (2-4) landed in the first row of the upper deck in right field.
August 24, 1990 |
American League President Bobby Brown on Thursday upheld the suspensions of three Milwaukee Brewers for their part in a June 30 brawl with the Seattle Mariners at the Kingdome. Catcher B.J. Surhoff began his three-game suspension Thursday night as the Brewers played the New York Yankees. Outfielder Mike Felder will begin his three-game suspension Aug. 27 and third baseman Gary Sheffield his three games on Aug. 31. The appeals of all three were denied Thursday by Brown.
June 10, 1997 |
Mike Mussina won his eighth consecutive decision as the Baltimore Orioles routed the Chicago White Sox, 10-2, Monday for their ninth victory in 11 games. Mussina (8-1), whose only loss came in his first start at Texas on April 6, allowed five hits and struck out six in his second complete game of the year. He lost his shutout bid in the seventh inning, giving up home runs to Albert Belle and Lyle Mouton. B.J.
September 15, 1998 |
Pinch-hitter Eric Davis' sacrifice fly in the eighth inning lifted the Orioles over Texas, 1-0, Monday night, dropping the Rangers two games behind the Angels in the AL West. Baltimore has won six consecutive games, including three in a row from the Angels over the weekend. The Orioles are 6 1/2 games behind Boston in the wild-card hunt, but for the most part their role down the stretch will be that of a spoiler. Cal Ripken Jr.
May 14, 1997 |
Though Mike Mussina had far from his best stuff, he still managed to uphold his part of the pitching trio that has helped give the Baltimore Orioles the best record in the American League. Mussina (5-1) gave up three runs and six hits in six innings and B.J. Surhoff had a two-run homer and a two-run double as the Orioles beat the Oakland Athletics, 7-3. Mussina was pitching one day after Jimmy Key defeated the A's, and two days after Scott Erickson won at Seattle. Key is 7-0 and Erickson is 6-1.
May 21, 2000
AMERICAN LEAGUE WHO'S HOT Edgar Martinez, Seattle Mariners: Batted .417 with 10 hits in 24 at-bats, 4 home runs and 12 RBIs. Ivan Rodriguez, Texas Rangers: Batted .632 with 12 hits in 19 at-bats, 3 home runs and 10 RBIs. John Wetteland, Texas Rangers: Recorded 4 saves in 4 attempts, allowing 4 hits in 4 innings. WHO'S NOT Eric Chavez, Oakland Athletics: Batted .053 with 1 hit in 19 at-bats and 4 strikeouts. B.J. Surhoff, Baltimore Orioles: Batted .
May 13, 1997 |
Jimmy Key gave up six hits in 7 2/3 innings to become the first seven-game winner in the major leagues as the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Oakland Athletics, 5-1, Monday night. Key (7-0) retired the first 10 batters before giving up consecutive doubles by Rafael Bournigal and Jose Canseco in the fourth inning. He gave up one other double and three singles. Key, who improved his AL-best earned-run average to 1.82, did not walk or strike out a batter.