June 19, 1990 |
Second baseman Paul Molitor of the Milwaukee Brewers will miss at least four to six weeks after tests taken Monday revealed a broken knuckle on his left index finger. Molitor sustained the injury Saturday night at Cleveland when he bumped into Indian first baseman Brook Jacoby. Molitor was placed on the 21-day disabled list and will undergo further examination today to determine the extent of the injury. Molitor started the season on the disabled list with a broken right thumb.
May 17, 1991 |
The Pittsburgh Pirates, who have been seeking a reserve outfielder for weeks, obtained switch-hitter Mitch Webster from the Cleveland Indians for minor league pitcher Mike York. Webster, 32, was added to the Pirates' 25-man roster and outfielder Jeff Schulz was returned to triple-A Buffalo. York, who was pitching for Buffalo, was assigned to the Indians' triple-A club in Colorado Springs. Cleveland then activated first baseman Brook Jacoby off the 15-day disabled list.
September 21, 1990 |
Cleveland's Carlos Baerga led the extra-base hit parade Thursday night at New York as the Indians scored 11 runs in the middle three innings in defeating the Yankees, 12-7. Baerga had a triple and three doubles. The Indians got 16 hits and tied their season-high with nine doubles. Brook Jacoby had three hits, including two doubles. Baerga hit an RBI triple in the first inning, but the Yankees bounced back for a 6-1 lead.