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January 28, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Cleveland Indians agreed to a $2.1-million, three-year contract with first baseman Paul Sorrento.
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July 26, 1995 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The boos started as soon as the Angel bullpen gate swung open in the top of the ninth inning Tuesday night. They were even more pronounced when Lee Smith was introduced as the new Angel pitcher against the Cleveland Indians. Two strikeouts and one great throw by center fielder Jim Edmonds later, Smith helped turn those jeers into wild cheers, as the Angels held on for a 6-5 victory over the Indians before a paid crowd of 42,468 in Anaheim Stadium. Smith, who was 0-4 with an 18.
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July 26, 1995 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The boos started as soon as the Angel bullpen gate swung open in the top of the ninth inning Tuesday night. They were even more pronounced when Lee Smith was introduced as the new Angel pitcher against the Cleveland Indians. Two strikeouts and one great throw by center fielder Jim Edmonds later, Smith helped turn those jeers into wild cheers, as the Angels held on for a 6-5 victory over the Indians before a paid crowd of 42,468 in Anaheim Stadium. Smith, who was 0-4 with an 18.
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April 10, 1993 | From Associated Press
The Toronto Blue Jays' home opener wasn't pretty, but it did provide the defending champions with a victory and Ed Sprague with some confidence. Devon White's two-out, two-run triple capped a four-run seventh inning rally as the Blue Jays won their 13th home opener in 17 tries with a 13-10 win over the Cleveland Indians on Friday. Before the game, the Blue Jays were presented with their World Series rings and given a long standing ovation by the capacity crowd of 50,533 at the SkyDome.
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April 10, 1993 | From Associated Press
The Toronto Blue Jays' home opener wasn't pretty, but it did provide the defending champions with a victory and Ed Sprague with some confidence. Devon White's two-out, two-run triple capped a four-run seventh inning rally as the Blue Jays won their 13th home opener in 17 tries with a 13-10 win over the Cleveland Indians on Friday. Before the game, the Blue Jays were presented with their World Series rings and given a long standing ovation by the capacity crowd of 50,533 at the SkyDome.
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March 29, 1992 | Associated Press
Minnesota Twin first baseman Kent Hrbek will be sidelined for as much as six weeks because of a dislocated left shoulder, sustained during an exhibition Saturday on a headfirst slide into third base. . . . Pittsburgh Pirate catcher Don Slaught was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a strained rib cage muscle and will miss at least the first six games of the season. . . .
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August 30, 1998
Dodger catcher Charles Johnson has the worst batting average from the 7th inning on in the majors. A look at the best and worst this season: BEST Player, Team: Avg. Dante Bichette, Colorado Rockies: .371 (62-167) Carl Everett, Houston Astros: .353 (48-136) Derek Bell, Houston Astros: .345 (57-165) Mo Vaughn, Boston Red Sox: .344 (53-154) Jim Thome, Cleveland Indians: .341 (45-132) WORST Player, Team: Avg. Charles Johnson, Dodgers: .152 (22-145) Todd Dunwoody, Florida Marlins: .
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June 7, 1986 | Associated Press
Mike Senne hit a three-run homer to cap Arizona's rally from a 5-0 deficit Friday as the Wildcats beat top-ranked Florida State and ace Mike Loynd, 9-5, in the College World Series. The decision left Arizona as the only unbeaten team in the double-elimination tournament. Loynd (20-2) had won 17 straight games and was trying to set an NCAA Division I record for victories in a season. Loynd allowed nine hits and left following Senne's sixth-inning homer.
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November 2, 1999
Pitcher John Burkett's $4.2-million option for next year was declined by the Texas Rangers. Burkett will receive a $450,000 buyout. . . . The Boston Red Sox declined to exercise a $3-million option on pitcher Pat Rapp, deciding instead to pay him $250,000 to buy out his contract. . . . The Oakland Athletics decided to keep Kevin Appier, exercising his $5.2-million option. . . .
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September 22, 1996 | Associated Press
Alex Rodriguez, Ken Griffey Jr. and Edgar Martinez hit consecutive home runs on four pitches in the third inning--and Paul Sorrento also homered--to power the Seattle Mariners to a 9-2 victory over Oakland, extending their club-record winning streak to 10 games. The Mariners remained one game behind first-place Texas in the AL West and half a game behind Baltimore in the wild-card race.
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January 28, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Cleveland Indians agreed to a $2.1-million, three-year contract with first baseman Paul Sorrento.
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July 12, 1997 | From Associated Press
The Seattle Mariners blew a five-run lead in the top of the ninth inning, before Russ Davis' single in the bottom half gave them an 8-7 victory over the Texas Rangers on Friday night. Davis singled off shortstop Domingo Cedeno's glove and into center field for his fourth RBI as Seattle beat Texas for the sixth consecutive game. The Rangers also lost All-Star catcher Ivan Rodriguez because of a mild sprain of his right ankle in the second inning.
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