Centre Sport Statistics. Baseball. Teams baseball. American League. Lowe, Derek, 8, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,0.000, 0.000, 0.000. saberhagen, bret, 6, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0,0.000, 0.000, 0.000. http://www.sport-stat.km.ru/baseball/teams.php?c=006&y=1997&t=0094
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Extractions: MANAGER: Jimy Williams (22) COACHES: John Cumberland (52), Tommy Harper (35), Joe Kerrigan (16), Gene Lamont (31), Rick Down (48), Nelson Norman (58) RED SOX A.L. MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD WINNERS Jimmie Foxx (1938), Ted Williams (1946, 1949), Jackie Jensen (1958), Carl Yastrzemski (1967), Fred Lynn (1975), Jim Rice (1978), Roger Clemens (1986) and Mo Vaughn (1995)
Extractions: THE CY YOUNG AWARD WAS DESIGNED TO HONOR THE major leagues' most valuable pitcher during the regular season of each year. From 1956 through 1966, only one award was given out. Since 1967, two awards have been handed outone in the American League and one in the National League. Through the 1999 season, 54 different pitchers have captured a Cy Young Award with 13 of them winning two or more. Roger Clemens (5), Greg Maddux (4), Steve Carlton (4), Tom Seaver (3), Jim Palmer (3) and Sandy Koufax (3) have been honored most often. Only Gaylord Perry, Randy Johnson and Pedro Martinez have won a Cy Young Award in both leagues. The following charts list the Cy Young Award winners from 1956 through 1999 with their pitching stats. Bold face type indicates league leader. Next
Extractions: Starting Pitchers MARTINEZ, PEDRO BOS JOHNSON, RANDY ARZ MADDUX, GREG ATL BROWN, KEVIN LA WELLS, DAVID CWS PARK, CHAN HO LA GLAVINE, TOM ATL KILE, DARRYL STL FINLEY, CHUCK CLE MUSSINA, MIKE NYY LEITER, AL NYM SCHILLING, CURT ARZ SELE, AARON SEA CLEMENS, ROGER NYY HERNANDEZ, ORLANDO NYY COLON, BARTOLO CLE HUDSON, TIM OAK ASTACIO, PEDRO COL HAMPTON, MIKE COL HELLING, RICK TEX BURBA, DAVE CLE HERNANDEZ, LIVAN SF MILLWOOD, KEVIN ATL PETTITTE, ANDY NYY LIEBER, JON CHC LIMA, JOSE HOU DEMPSTER, RYAN FLO RADKE, BRAD MIN BENSON, KRIS PIT ASHBY, ANDY LA SIROTKA, MIKE TOR SMOLTZ, JOHN ATL HERMANSON, DUSTIN STL NEAGLE, DENNY COL BENES, ANDY STL MOYER, JAMIE SEA REYNOLDS, SHANE HOU DREIFORT, DARREN N/A ESTES, SHAWN SF MILTON, ERIC MIN VAZQUEZ, JAVIER MON NOMO, HIDEO BOS HENTGEN, PAT BAL CONE, DAVID BOS ORTIZ, RUSS SF TRACHSEL, STEVE NYM REED, RICK NYM BALDWIN, JAMES CWS ROGERS, KENNY TEX WILLIAMS, WOODY SD PONSON, SIDNEY BAL WEAVER, JEFF DET MOEHLER, BRIAN DET WOLF, RANDY PHI TAPANI, KEVIN CHC WILLIAMSON, SCOTT CIN RUETER, KIRK SF ARROJO, ROLANDO BOS STEPHENSON, GARRET STL ANDERSON, BRIAN ARZ BOHANON, BRIAN COL HAYNES, JIMMY MLW D'AMICO, JEFF
Extractions: Bret Saberhagen shuts down the National League. (AP File) After 85 minutes of assorted rain delays, the record shows that the American League was the winner, thanks to Julio Franco's two-run double off Rob Dibble. The two-bagger came on the third pitch after a 68-minute, seventh-inning rain delay in Chicago. It was the fourth victory in five years for the AL, but the NL still led the series, 37-23-1. Bret Saberhagen, the third of six AL pitchers, was the winner and fulfilled his boyhood dream of performing in Wrigley Field, only a few miles from his birthplace. Dennis Eckersley got the save. Bob Welch of Oakland, Dave Stieb of Toronto, Saberhagen, Bobby Thigpen of the Chicago White Sox, Chuck Finley of California and Eckersley combined to hold the NL to two hits a broken bat single in the first by Will Clark and a ninth-inning single by Len Dykstra. The NL's hit total is the lowest in All-Star history. Box Score: Americans AB R H RBI R. Henderson, lf
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Extractions: Spring, 1992 First, let's address the initial question: what is the ERA of pitchers in their quality starts? Table 1 is a summary of the results from all games from 1984-1991, 16831 games total, of which about 52% were quality starts. The information in this table is divided two ways. First, each league is presented individually, and second, the games are separated by quality starts and non-quality starts. Table 1. Summary of Quality Start data from 1984-1991 %QS Starts W L Pct IP ERA IP/Start AL QS 49.3 8935 6184 2749 .692 67370.1 1.93 7.54 AL NQS 9195 2878 6313 .313 44578.1 7.65 4.85 NL QS 54.9 8522 5590 2927 .656 62767.1 1.89 7.37 NL NQS 7010 2170 4833 .309 33171.2 7.28 4.73 ML QS 51.9 17457 11774 5676 .674 130137.2 1.91 7.45 ML NQS 16205 5048 11146 .311 77750.0 7.50 4.80 Totals 33662 16822 16822 .500 207887.2 4.00 6.18 Note 1: The 33662 Starts came in 16831 games, of which 9 were ties. Note 2: There were 989 quality starts in which the pitcher had exactly six innings pitched and allowed 3 earned runs, for a "Klein percentage" of 5.7%. There are three main points to make from this table.
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Swishweb.com Sports Games Baseball Cy Young Award Winners 1985, (NL) Dwight Gooden, New York Mets. (AL) bret saberhagen, Kansas City Royals. 1989,(NL) Mark Davis, San Diego Padres. (AL) bret saberhagen, Kansas City Royals. http://www.swishweb.com/Sports_and_Games/Baseball/Cy_Young/spgame03cy.htm
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Extractions: Main Local Pittsburgh htmlAdWH('7002362', '234', '60'); I remember going to my first major league baseball game. The Royals were playing the Cleveland Indians. I was six years old and the Royals were a great team. They had stars like George Brett, Dennis Leonard, Frank White, and my favorite Royals player, Willie Wilson (he happens to share my birthday). That year, they went on to their first World Series. They lost, but they still had made it. What I remember most about that game is the sights. I had never seen a major league game before, and I enjoyed it. I remember my next major league game I saw. This time, Toronto came to town to play the Royals. It was at this game that I learned Canada was another country (I was still 6). Up till then, I had always thought Canada was just another state. When we had to stand for two national athems, I asked my aunt why. She told me that the Canadians have just as much right as us to hear their anthem. You never know what you learn at a baseball game. I remember July 23rd, 1983. George Brett getting called out for having too much pine tar on his bat. Pine tar doesn't really help the ball travel farther, it just helps with the grip. But he got called out because the pine tar went too far up his bat. But the thing I remember the most is George Brett going ballistic and running out of the dugout.
RDS - Baseball Translate this page 1990, Bob Welch, Oakland. 1989, bret saberhagen, Kansas City. 1988, Frank Viola,Minnesota. 1985, bret saberhagen, Kansas City. 1984, Willie Hernandez, Détroit. http://www.rds.ca/baseball/fr.base.records.marques.html
Extractions: Departments News Headlines Features Feature Archive Analysis ... Team Pages Teams Angels Astros Athletics Blue Jays Braves Brewers Cardinals Cubs Devil Rays D-backs Dodgers Expos Giants Indians Mariners Marlins Mets Orioles Padres Phillies Pirates Rangers Red Sox Reds Rockies Royals Tigers Twins White Sox Yankees About Us Tip Jar Front Page Judge That Scrub: Pitchers Derek Zumsteg You may wonder why your team sucks. Here's an easy way to figure it out. Team slugging far below .432 (AL) or .405 (NL): your team doesn't hit for power, meaning fewer runners scoring and fewer home runs (see Toronto and Montreal). Team on-base percentage far below .345 (AL) or .333 (NL): your team doesn't get on base, making it difficult for runners to score (see Kansas City and Arizona). This almost always means your team can't take a walk. Team ERA far above 4.74 (AL) or 4.40 (NL): Your pitching sucks. Now that you know what's wrong, it's time to diagnose what exactly is wrong with your pitching staff. Here's an easy way to figure it out: Does your staff include Scott Sanders or Norm Charlton?
Extractions: Bret Saberhagen Autographed 1985 World Series Baseball A Certificate of Authenticity is included with this autographed baseball. Display cases are also available for this autographed baseball. Acrylic Display Case Read more about this item... Acrylic Display Case with Wood Base Read more about this item... Single Baseball Glass Display Case Read more about this item... Double Baseball Glass Display Case Read more about this item... Triple Baseball Glass Display Case Read more about this item... To see a complete listing of display cases that we offer click here . More Info
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Extractions: Bret Saberhagen Autographed American League Baseball A Certificate of Authenticity is included with this autographed baseball. Display cases are also available for this autographed baseball. Acrylic Display Case Read more about this item... Acrylic Display Case with Wood Base Read more about this item... Single Baseball Glass Display Case Read more about this item... Double Baseball Glass Display Case Read more about this item... Triple Baseball Glass Display Case Read more about this item... To see a complete listing of display cases that we offer click here . More Info
Rich's Weekend Baseball BEAT It s essentially the same stat as Total baseball s Pitching Runs. 12.18 5 Tiny Bonham2.19 10.41 12.60 6 Cy Young 2.19 9.33 11.51 7 bret saberhagen 2.18 10.47 http://baseballbeat.blogspot.com/2003_10_05_baseballbeat_archive.html
Extractions: BEAT = Baseball Editorials, Analysis, and Talk. A baseball blog for fanatics, sabermetricians, and students of the game's history. Specializing in statistical analysis, player evaluations, comparisons, and rankings. Published on weekends to fill the void created by most daily blogs, which generally run Monday - Friday. Email American League Championship Series. New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox. Game Three. Series Tied 1-1. Roger Clemens vs. Pedro Martinez . Red Sox aces past and present. Nine Cy Young Awards. Clemens scheduled to pitch at Fenway Park for the last time. Tickets going for more than $1,000 on eBay. A surefire ESPN Sports Classic.