June 14, 2007
Dodgers catchers with at least 10 stolen bases in a season: -- *--* PLAYER YEAR SB PLAYER YEAR SB Lew Ritter 1905 16 Russell Martin 2007 11 John Roseboro 1962 12 Al Lopez 1933 10 Otto Miller 1912 11 Mickey Owen 1942 10 John Roseboro 1958 11 Russell Martin 2006 10 *--* ON THIS PACE Martin is on pace for 28 stolen bases this season, which would rank fourth on the list of most steals by a catcher in one season: *--* PLAYER YEAR TEAM SB 1. John Wathan 1982 Kansas City Royals 36 2.
May 20, 2000
BATTING * Jason Kendall, Pittsburgh: 4 for 5 (hit for the cycle), 5 RBIs in 13-1 victory over St. Louis. * Phil Nevin, San Diego: 2 for 4, slam, 6 RBIs in 11-7 victory over Atlanta. * Brent Mayne, Colorado: 3 for 5, double, 4 RBIs in 10-2 victory over Philadelphia. PITCHING * Kris Benson, Pittsburgh: 9 innings, 3 hits, 1 walk, 11 strikeouts in 13-1 victory over St. Louis. * Ismael Valdes, Chicago: 7 2/3 innings, 5 hits, 1 run, 2 walks in 4-1 victory over Cincinnati.
June 22, 2003 |
Abraham Nunez tripled and scored on Dan Miceli's wild pitch, and the Pittsburgh Pirates rallied three times to beat the Cleveland Indians, 7-6, Saturday -- their second 15-inning game in a row. The last time two teams played consecutive 15-inning games was June 18-19, 1996, when the Florida Marlins and San Francisco Giants did it. Nunez, batting .210, tripled down the right-field line to start the 15th against Miceli (1-1), the Indians' sixth pitcher, and Kenny Lofton was walked intentionally.
July 8, 1998
$150,000: Mark McGwire, St. Louis. $100,000: Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore. $75,000: Roberto Alomar, Baltimore. $50,000: Rolando Arrojo, Tampa Bay; Scott Brosius, New York Yankees; Roger Clemens, Toronto; Darin Erstad, Angels; Andres Galarraga, Atlanta; Juan Gonzalez, Texas; Tom Gordon, Boston; Ken Griffey Jr., Seattle; Tony Gwynn, San Diego; Chipper Jones, Atlanta; Jason Kendall, Pittsburgh; Kenny Lofton, Cleveland; Robb Nen, San Francisco;...
August 25, 2000
A guest list of sports figures to be featured on TV and radio from today through Thursday: * Tracy Austin, Mary Carillo, Brad Gilbert --"The Last Word," tonight, 6:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m., Fox Sports Net * Bob May --"Golf Plus," Saturday, 7:30 a.m., CNN/SI * Bobby Bowden --"College Football Preview," Saturday, 9 a.m., CNN/SI * Andrea Jaeger, Bart McGuire, Women's Tennis Assn. CEO --"The Irv Kaze Show," Saturday, 6-7 p.m., KIEV (870) * Terrell Davis, Dennis Green --"NFL Preview," Sunday, 7 a.m.
May 28, 1992
Thirty-six of the area's top high school seniors have been selected to play in the 23rd annual South Bay Athletic Club All-Star Baseball Classic at 7:30 p.m. June 12 at Recreation Park in El Segundo. Coaches Tim Ammentorp of Ocean League champion Redondo and Ron Kasparian of Western League runner-up Westchester will coach the Red team. Gil Eberhard, co-coach of Bay League champion Peninsula, and Jeff Phillips of Pioneer League co-champion Torrance will coach the Blue team.
July 27, 1997 |
Right-hander William VanLandingham and infielder Rich Aurilia were recalled from triple-A Phoenix on Saturday by the San Francisco Giants. VanLandingham was scheduled to start against Pittsburgh today in the second game of a doubleheader. To make room for them on the 25-man roster, the Giants optioned pitchers Doug Creek and Dan Carlson to Phoenix. The moves were made after the Giants' 10-3 loss to Pittsburgh. Creek started and took the loss.
July 24, 2008 |
ST. LOUIS -- CC Sabathia went nine innings for the third consecutive time for his new team, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 3-0, on Wednesday night. "He's got unbelievable stuff," catcher Jason Kendall said. "That's a good team over there, but when you're on, it doesn't matter who's hitting." Ryan Braun had four hits, lacking a double for the cycle, and J.J. Hardy hit his 14th homer for the Brewers, who have won seven in a row.