September 15, 2008 |
Most recent no-hitters Team by team AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore -- Bob Milacki (6 innings), Mike Flanagan (1), Mark Williamson (1) and Gregg Olson (1) vs. Oakland, 2-0, July 13, 1991. Boston -- Jon Lester vs. Kansas City, 7-0, May 19, 2008. Chicago -- Mark Buehrle vs. Texas, 6-0, April 18, 2007. Cleveland -- x-Len Barker vs. Toronto, 3-0, May 15, 1981. Detroit -- Justin Verlander vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 4-0, June 12, 2007. Kansas City -- Bret Saberhagen vs. Chicago White Sox, 7-0, Aug. 26, 1991.
February 20, 2001 |
Around the horn with Mark Langston, the new baseball coach at Orange Lutheran High School. First base. Langston made a big turn around the bag . . . while driving the cart pulling a metal screen that smoothed the infield dirt. This was the first step on the first day of baseball practice. Second base. Langston slid in . . . letting the engine idle, he got out and kicked some rocks away. No bad hops here. Third base. He hit the brakes . . . and began giving orders to Lancer players.
April 22, 2000 |
Former Angel pitcher Mark Langston will replace John Malmquist as baseball coach at Orange Lutheran High next season, Lancer Athletic Director Jim Kunau said Friday. Langston, 39, announced his retirement from professional baseball shortly after a bad outing in spring training with the Cleveland Indians. Malmquist has a career record of 238-114 at Orange Lutheran. He has been in his post for three seasons, and was coach in the late 1980s.
August 10, 1999 |
TODAY--WEDNESDAY VS. CLEVELAND * Schedule: 7 tonight, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. * Television: Fox Sports West, both games. * Radio: KLAC (570), XPRS (1090), both games. * Pitching matchups: Chuck Finley (6-10, 5.48) vs. Mark Langston (1-1, 4.99) tonight; Steve Sparks (5-8, 4.88) vs. Dave Burba (8-7, 4.90) Wednesday. * Last series: Cleveland won two of three in the opening series of the season.
October 20, 1998 |
Dick Williams never held the same managerial job for more than five seasons during his distinguished 21-year career, but the man can hold a grudge with the best of them. Williams, who managed six different teams from 1967-88, called Mark Langston "gutless" in his 1990 book, "No More Mr. Nice Guy," and it's obvious his feelings for the San Diego Padre left-hander have not changed.
October 18, 1998 |
You grind, you hope, you pray, you wait, you dream of this from the time you first pick up a Wiffle Ball. That was what Mark Langston, the former Angel left-hander, was saying Friday on the eve of the World Series in this first real October of a 15-year career in which he had made 432 regular-season appearances but had never pitched in a postseason game.