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March 9, 1989
Veteran outfielder Larry Herndon, trying to earn the last spot on the Oakland Athletics' roster, retired from baseball because of a longstanding knee injury.
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March 9, 1989
Veteran outfielder Larry Herndon, trying to earn the last spot on the Oakland Athletics' roster, retired from baseball because of a longstanding knee injury.
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April 8, 1985 | Associated Press
Rookie Chris Pittaro had three singles, driving in a run to start Detroit's two-run eighth inning, and Jack Morris and Willie Hernandez combined on a six-hitter as the Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 5-4 on opening day today. The defending World Series champion Tigers trailed 4-3 in the eighth when Larry Herndon singled off Tom Waddell. Earnie Camacho came on for the Indians and walked Chet Lemon. Pittaro hit his third single of the game, scoring Herndon and sending Lemon to third.
SPORTS
May 31, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Larry Herndon hit a tie-breaking homer to lead off the sixth inning, and Walt Terrell outdueled rookie Tim Birtsas as the Detroit Tigers edged the Oakland A's, 3-2, Thursday at Detroit. Terrell (6-1) pitched seven innings of seven-hit ball before giving way to Willie Hernandez, who pitched the last two innings and earned his 11th save. Alfredo Griffin's first home run this season followed a single by Donnie Hill in the Oakland fifth and tied the score, 2-2.
SPORTS
April 7, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
It was enough to make New Yorkers start thinking about October already. It's well known that the Yankees have plenty of hitting. Monday, Dennis Rasmussen and Dave Righetti gave New York plenty of pitching, too. With Rickey Henderson supplying the hitting, Rasmussen and Righetti combined for a five-hitter at Detroit as the Yankees beat the Tigers 2-1 in 10 innings in the season opener for both teams.
SPORTS
December 8, 1987 | United Press International
Bill Wood became general manager of the Houston Astros at the winter meetings Monday, highlighting a day otherwise dominated by minor free agents. Wood's appointment ended a two-month vacancy at the position. Meanwhile, two free agents joined new clubs: outfielder Bob Dernier to Philadelphia and pitcher Don Schulze to Minnesota.
SPORTS
August 1, 1998 | Times Wire Services
The Philadelphia Phillies put right-handed pitcher Tyler Green on the 15-day disabled list because of his injured pitching elbow. Green may have to undergo season-ending surgery. To take Green's roster spot, the Phillies activated right-hander Ken Ryan from the disabled list. * Kansas City Royal outfielder Jeff Conine was put on the 15-day disabled list and third baseman Scott Leius was called up from triple-A Omaha.
SPORTS
April 7, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
It was enough to make New Yorkers start thinking about October already. It's well known that the Yankees have plenty of hitting. Monday, Dennis Rasmussen and Dave Righetti gave New York plenty of pitching, too. With Rickey Henderson supplying the hitting, Rasmussen and Righetti combined for a five-hitter at Detroit as the Yankees beat the Tigers 2-1 in 10 innings in the season opener for both teams.
SPORTS
May 31, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Larry Herndon hit a tie-breaking homer to lead off the sixth inning, and Walt Terrell outdueled rookie Tim Birtsas as the Detroit Tigers edged the Oakland A's, 3-2, Thursday at Detroit. Terrell (6-1) pitched seven innings of seven-hit ball before giving way to Willie Hernandez, who pitched the last two innings and earned his 11th save. Alfredo Griffin's first home run this season followed a single by Donnie Hill in the Oakland fifth and tied the score, 2-2.
NEWS
April 8, 1985 | Associated Press
Rookie Chris Pittaro had three singles, driving in a run to start Detroit's two-run eighth inning, and Jack Morris and Willie Hernandez combined on a six-hitter as the Tigers beat the Cleveland Indians 5-4 on opening day today. The defending World Series champion Tigers trailed 4-3 in the eighth when Larry Herndon singled off Tom Waddell. Earnie Camacho came on for the Indians and walked Chet Lemon. Pittaro hit his third single of the game, scoring Herndon and sending Lemon to third.
SPORTS
January 25, 1985 | ROSS NEWHAN
The Angels acquired both needed relief pitching and left-handed-hitting outfield insurance. Donnie Moore, who led the Atlanta Braves with 16 saves in 19 save opportunities, was drafted by the Angels as compensation for the loss of Type A free agent Fred Lynn. In addition, Ruppert Jones, who batted .284 with 37 runs batted in while playing 79 games with Detroit, was signed by the Angels as a free agent. He agreed to a one-year contract, giving the Angels an option on a second year.
SPORTS
September 28, 1986 | Associated Press
Jack Morris, locked in a scoreless tie in his bid for his 20th victory of the season, felt a "twinge" in his right shoulder after the first pitch in the ninth inning, but he wasn't about to come out. "Nothing was going to get me out of that game," he said. "I didn't care how many innings I had to go. I was either going to win it or lose it."
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