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June 20, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT
More than a little apprehensive about throwing his first forkball since pain in his right elbow caused him to be put him on the disabled list, Bryan Harvey was pleasantly surprised when he felt no discomfort after a bullpen workout. "You've always got it in the back of your mind (that it might hurt), but everything was real good," said Harvey, who was placed on the disabled list June 7. "It's not exactly the way I wanted it to be, but it's been a week or so since I threw it.
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November 26, 1985 | Associated Press
Record World Series shares of $76,341.71 for each winning Kansas City Royal and $54,921.76 for each losing St. Louis Cardinal were announced Monday. The figures broke the records of $65,487.70 and $44,473.31 set in 1983 by the winning Baltimore Orioles and losing Philadelphia Phillies. The money was generated by a record players' pool of $7,805,371.25. Kansas City had $2,809,933.64 for distribution, and St. Louis $2,107,450.24. Both teams voted 31 full shares.
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August 12, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT
Jim Wathan, the 80-year-old father of Angel interim Manager John Wathan, died Tuesday afternoon at Mercy Hospital in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, one day after suffering a brain hemorrhage. John Wathan flew to his hometown after the Angels' game against Milwaukee on Monday night and arrived hours before his father's death. An Angel spokesman said funeral arrangements were tentatively scheduled for Friday in Cedar Rapids. Wathan is expected to rejoin the Angels Saturday in Oakland.
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August 26, 2012 | By Michael Robinson
The 25th time is the charm for Chris Volstad, who had gone 24 starts without a win before Sunday's 5-0 rain-shortened Chicago Cubs victory over the Colorado Rockies. Volstad's winless streak dated back to July 17 of last year, when he was a member of the then-Florida Marlins. He was 0-14 with an earned-run average of 5.27 during that stretch. His streak will end four starts short of the major league record of 28 consecutive winless starts. Jo-Jo Reyes tied the record last May and now shares it with Matt Keough and Cliff Curtis.
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March 14, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT
When Angel hitting instructor Rod Carew gave Scott Lewis his shirt to replace the pitcher's lost uniform, Lewis initially declined the Hall of Famer's offer. "I told him I didn't want it because it had too many hits in it," Lewis said. "I shouldn't have changed my mind." Lewis gave up seven runs in three innings of a 10-2 loss to the Cleveland Indians at Tucson's Hi Corbett Field. Albert Belle drove in four runs, three with a second-inning home run, and Carlos Baerga added a two-run double.
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April 8, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT
Chuck Finley will skip his first scheduled pitching turn in order to give his still-sore left big toe additional time to heal. Finley, who underwent off-season surgery on that toe, was scheduled to start Friday but he hyperextended the toe in last Sunday's Freeway Series finale. Manager Buck Rodgers said Tuesday he can't pick a replacement until he sees how much work is required of his relievers in the first four games of the season.
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October 3, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Houston Astros' right-hander Mike Scott said he wasn't disappointed when his two-game, 15-inning no-hit streak concluded Thursday against the San Francisco Giants. "It could have been worse--we could have lost," Scott said after the Astros posted a 2-1 victory on Bill Doran's lead-off homer in the 10th inning. Scott, who threw a no-hitter against the Giants in Houston on Sept.
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September 27, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
Jesse Barfield led off the 12th inning with his 36th home run to snap a scoreless tie and give the Toronto Blue Jays a 1-0 victory over the stumbling Boston Red Sox Friday night at Boston. Barfield, the American League leader in homers, lashed a 2-0 pitch from reliever Calvin Schiraldi (4-2) over the left-field screen. Mark Eichhorn (14-5) pitched 3 innings for the victory. Boston's lead over Toronto was cut to seven games, leaving the magic number at three in the AL East.
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May 4, 1996 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The Angels continue to be pleased with the play of rookie third baseman George Arias in the field. However, they were hoping for more sock at the plate than Arias has displayed so far. It's possible Arias, batting a season-low .186 before Friday's game against Minnesota, could be benched in place of either Jack Howell or Tim Wallach. But Arias' fine defense makes the possibility of a quick hook unlikely.
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