July 27, 2000 |
Darryl Kile knew exactly what he needed to do against the Arizona Diamondbacks. He had done it the week before. One start after a heartbreaking outing against Arizona, Kile got the run support he needed Wednesday night to earn his first victory this month as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Diamondbacks, 8-4. "If you throw a game where you throw the ball well, you can pick up on some things they are trying to do against you," Kile said.
August 10, 1998 |
Darryl Kile was determined to complete the job at home. Kile, hit hard in his previous two starts, pitched nine innings Sunday and Dante Bichette went four for five to lead the Colorado Rockies to an 11-4 victory over the New York Mets at Coors Field. "I wanted to finish the game," said Kile, who threw 140 pitches in his third complete game this season. "Even though I threw quite a few pitches, I felt fine at the end."
October 14, 2002 |
SAN FRANCISCO -- He is given a uniform, but doesn't play. Instead, he sits in the St. Louis dugout and offers encouragement and high-fives. And the Cardinals respond. Not bad for a someone who has yet to celebrate his sixth birthday. Kannon Kile, one of the three children of Cardinal right-hander Darryl Kile, who died of a heart attack in June, was dressed in a uniform bearing his father's number 57 this weekend.
June 24, 2002 |
The Cook County, Ill., medical examiner who reported Sunday that St. Louis Cardinal pitcher Darryl Kile probably died from blockage in his coronary arteries said Kile complained of shoulder pain and weakness the night before he was found dead, possible warning signs of heart problems. Dr.
June 23, 2002 |
Darryl Kile, one of the St. Louis Cardinals' top pitchers and one of the best in baseball, was found dead in his Chicago hotel room Saturday. Police said there were no signs of criminal involvement and that Kile, 33, appeared to have died of natural causes. "It appears he died in his bed, in his sleep," said Michael Chasen, commanding officer of Chicago's Area Three Homicide unit, adding that medical examiners will conduct an autopsy today.
June 18, 1998 |
Darryl Kile, the Colorado Rockies' off-season free-agent acquisition after winning 19 games at Houston last season, extended his streak of frustration Wednesday in a 6-3 loss to the San Francisco Giants. It was the seventh defeat in a row for Kile (5-10), whose leads the NL in losses. The Colorado starter gave up six runs and 10 hits in six innings, walking four and striking out three.