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March 24, 1989 | From Times wire service s
The daughter of former Detroit Tigers pitcher Mickey Lolich has been placed on three years' probation for stealing $70,000 in coins and jewelry--including her father's 1968 World Series ring--from her parents' home. Oakland County Circuit Judge David Breck on Thursday also ordered Stacy Michelle Lolich, 19, to undergo periodic drug testing and abstain from alcohol. Breck said he doesn't believe she has a substance abuse problem but he ordered the tests as a safeguard.
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March 24, 1989 | From Times wire service s
The daughter of former Detroit Tigers pitcher Mickey Lolich has been placed on three years' probation for stealing $70,000 in coins and jewelry--including her father's 1968 World Series ring--from her parents' home. Oakland County Circuit Judge David Breck on Thursday also ordered Stacy Michelle Lolich, 19, to undergo periodic drug testing and abstain from alcohol. Breck said he doesn't believe she has a substance abuse problem but he ordered the tests as a safeguard.
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July 26, 2006
Major League Baseball career strikeout leaders through July 25 (x-active): * *--* Nolan Ryan 5,714 x-Roger Clemens 4,533 x-Randy Johnson 4,493 Steve Carlton 4,136 Bert Blyleven 3,701 Tom Seaver 3,640 Don Sutton 3,574 Gaylord Perry 3,534 Walter Johnson 3,508 Phil Niekro 3,342 Ferguson Jenkins 3,192 x-Greg Maddux 3,127 Bob Gibson 3,117 x-Pedro Martinez 2,972 x-Curt Schilling 2,965 Jim Bunning 2,855 Mickey Lolich 2,832 Cy Young 2,803 Frank Tanana 2,773 x-John Smoltz 2,690 *--* Source: mlb.com
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July 6, 1998
Roger Clemens became the 11th pitcher to go over the 3,000-strikeout plateau. The top 20 in career strikeouts: *--* Player No. 1. Nolan Ryan 5,714 2. Steve Carlton 4,136 3. Bert Blyleven 3,701 4. Tom Seaver 3,640 5. Don Sutton 3,574 6. Gaylord Perry 3,534 7. Walter Johnson 3,509 8. Phil Niekro 3,342 9. Ferguson Jenkins 3,192 10. Bob Gibson 3,117 11. Roger Clemens 3,002 12. Jim Bunning 2,855 13. Mickey Lolich 2,832 14. Cy Young 2,819 15. Frank Tanana 2,773 16. Warren Spahn 2,583 17.
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September 19, 2003 | From Associated Press
The Detroit Tigers lost their 114th game, the fifth-highest total in major league history, falling to the Toronto Blue Jays, 10-6, Thursday night at Detroit as Mike Maroth became the first pitcher in 29 years to lose 21 games. Maroth (7-21), who yielded seven runs and eight hits in 5 1/3 innings, is the first 21-game loser since 1974, when Mickey Lolich lost 21, and Bill Bonham, Randy Jones and Steve Rogers lost 22.
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October 21, 2002
First-Timers Players who hit home runs in first World Series at-bat (* homered first two at-bats): *--* PLAYER TEAM YEAR Troy Glaus Angels 2002 Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants 2002 Andruw Jones* Atlanta Braves 1996 Fred McGriff Atlanta Braves 1995 Ed Sprague Toronto Blue Jays 1992 Eric Davis Cincinnati Reds 1990 Bill Bathe San Francisco Giants 1989 Jose Canseco Oakland A's 1988 Mickey Hatcher Dodgers 1988 Jim Dwyer Baltimore Orioles 1983 Bob Watson New York Yankees 1981 Amos Otis Kansas City
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September 27, 1993 | From Associated Press
The Seattle Mariners' Randy Johnson struck out 13 batters in 10 innings Sunday, and in doing so became the 12th pitcher to strike out 300 batters in a season. Johnson got No. 300 when he struck out Ruben Sierra swinging in the ninth, then struck out Scott Lydy to end the 10th. The last pitcher to accomplish the feat was Nolan Ryan with 301 in 1989. Despite Johnson's 13-strikeout, 10-inning performance, the Oakland Athletics beat the Mariners, 3-2, in 12 innings.
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