Extractions: Relief Pitchers HOFFMAN, TREVOR SD NEN, ROBB SF RIVERA, MARIANO NYY WETTELAND, JOHN N/A BENITEZ, ARMANDO NYM SASAKI, KAZUHIRO SEA KOCH, BILLY TOR JONES, TODD DET PERCIVAL, TROY ANA HERNANDEZ, ROBERTO TB URBINA, UGUETH MON WAGNER, BILLY HOU LOWE, DEREK BOS ALFONSECA, ANTONIO FLO WICKMAN, BOB CLE ISRINGHAUSEN, JASON OAK MANTEI, MATT ARZ SHAW, JEFF LA ROCKER, JOHN ATL GRAVES, DANNY CIN FOULKE, KEITH CWS WILLIAMS, MIKE PIT AGUILERA, RICK N/A VERES, DAVE STL LESKANIC, CURT MLW JIMENEZ, JOSE COL DOTEL, OCTAVIO HOU BRANTLEY, JEFF TEX BOTTALICO, RICKY PHI KOHLMEIER, RYAN BAL HAWKINS, LATROY MIN JACKSON, MIKE HOU MESA, JOSE PHI DIPOTO, JERRY COL TIMLIN, MIKE STL GORDON, TOM CHC WELLS, BOB MIN GUARDADO, EDDIE MIN LIGTENBERG, KERRY ATL FRANCO, JOHN NYM NELSON, JEFF SEA KIM, BYUNG-HYUN ARZ GOMES, WAYNE PHI WHITE, GABE COL HOWRY, BOB CWS REMLINGER, MIKE ATL TROMBLEY, MIKE BAL KARSAY, STEVE CLE PADILLA, VICENTE PHI ADAMS, TERRY LA VAN POPPEL, TODD CHC WENDELL, TURK NYM KLINE, STEVE STL ZIMMERMAN, JEFF TEX BECK, ROD BOS CORDERO, FRANCISCO TEX HASEGAWA, SHIG. ANA STRICKLAND, SCOTT MON SHUEY, PAUL CLE FARNSWORTH, KYLE CHC LOOPER, BRADEN
The Sports Retort: Hardest Working Pen In Baseball to you by Terry Francona, the hardest working bullpen in baseball Games and inningspitched, prorated to 162 games Alan Embree G IP 113 75.2 mike timlin G IP http://www.sportsretort.com/2004/04/hardest_working.html
Extractions: Main Brought to you by Terry Francona, the hardest working bullpen in baseball: Games and innings pitched, prorated to 162 games: Alan Embree G IP 113 75.2 Mike Timlin G IP 97 91.2 Keith Foulke G IP 113 145.2 Sure, it's a little unfair to prorate the stats now , since Foulke and Timlin just pitched, and all bullpens will go through bursts of extra activity. But it does highlight the load the relievers have been carrying, not to mention that after pitching three straight days and in five straight games, Foulke will have to sit for a day or two. Thank goodness the Sox still have Scott Williamson, who was almost part of the off-season mega-deal. April 18, 2004 in
The Sports Retort: Sox Steal One Blog * (Red Sox + baseball + other sports from time to time Williamson (one), AlanEmbree (two), Keith Foulke (two for the win), and mike timlin (one) combined http://www.sportsretort.com/2004/04/sox_steal_one.html
Extractions: Main The Sox stole one today, beating the Yankees 3-2 in twelve innings despite getting no hits with runners in scoring position (and no home runs, either). The Sox went 0-for-19 with runners in scoring position. The Sox scored all their runs off sacrifice flies by Manny Ramirez Pokey Reese (!), and Mark Bellhorn , the last the game winner. The staff once again silenced the slumping Yankees' hitters. Bronson Arroyo turned in a strong six plus innings, yielding only Alex Rodriguez's homer through the first six.
Mike Timlin Rotoguru logo. 2004 Individual baseball Player Stats Name timlin, mike TeamBoston Red Sox RotoWire RotoWorld ESPN player page Career splits SI.com Yahoo http://rotoguru1.com/cgi-bin/player.cgi?1617
SportingNews.com Fantasy Source - Baseball mike timlin, R, 8.7. mike Trombley, R, 2.4. Fantasy baseball Draft Kit Be the onechuckling as everyone else at your fantasy league makes questionable and ill http://fantasy.sportingnews.com/baseball/rankings/rp.html
Extractions: Relief Pitchers ranked by the TSN Fantasy Index December 4, 2000 Print It The TSN Fantasy Pitchers Index rates pitchers based on their performance from 1998-2000. The system is loosely based on Bill James runs-created formula and credits pitchers for keeping runners off base and preventing extra-base hits. The ranking is the number of runs a pitcher saves your team each season. For example, From 1998-2000 Pedro Martinez has been about 82 runs better than an average pitcher. Note: This system does not give credit for a pitchers saves or won-lost record, but a good way to find sleeper closer candidates is to look for guys with good TSN Fandex ratings who havent gotten many save opportunities. Keith Foulke was also atop these rankings last year, when he had a mere nine saves. Good sleeper relief candidates for 2001 include Jim Mecir, Gabe White and Scott Sullivan. Player Pos Index Keith Foulke R Armando Benitez R Mariano Rivera R Scott Williamson R Scott Sullivan R Derek Lowe R Trevor Hoffman R Robb Nen R Danny Graves R Jim Mecir R Donne Wall R Mike Remlinger R Turk Wendell R Paul Shuey R Gabe White R Bobby Howry R Matt Herges R John Rocker R Rich Garces R Bob Wickman R Matt Mantei R Arthur Rhodes R Jeff Nelson R Ugueth Urbina R Billy Koch R Felix Rodriguez R Rick White R Doug Brocail R Jose Jimenez R Greg Swindell R Roberto Hernandez R Jason Isringhausen R Kerry Ligtenberg R Terry Adams R Jason Christensen R Jose Paniagua R Troy Percival
SportingNews.com Fantasy Source - Baseball RP3 mike timlin, R. Fantasy baseball Draft Kit Be the one chuckling as everyoneelse at your fantasy league makes questionable and illinformed draft picks. http://fantasy.sportingnews.com/baseball/lineups/nlcentral.html
Extractions: Milwaukee Brewers ... St. Louis Cardinals Chicago Cubs Lineup Delino DeShields Bobby Hill Bill Mueller Sammy Sosa , RF Fred McGriff Moises Alou , LF Todd Hundley , C Alex S. Gonzalez , SS Corey Patterson , CF Pitcher Pitchers Jon Lieber , R Kerry Wood , R Jason Bere , R Juan Cruz , R Julian Tavarez Jesus Sanchez , R/L CL: Flash Gordon , R Kyle Farnsworth , R Jeff Fassero , L Scott Chiasson , R Cincinnati Reds Lineup Todd Walker Barry Larkin , SS Ken Griffey Jr. , CF Adam Dunn , LF Sean Casey Aaron Boone Juan Encarnacion , RF Jason LaRue Corky Miller , C Pitcher Pitchers Elmer Dessens , R Jimmy Haynes , R Scott Williamson , R Chris Reitsma , R Jose Acevedo Lance Davis , R/L CL: Danny Graves , R Scott Sullivan , R John Riedling , R Jose Rijo , R Houston Astros Lineup Craig Biggio Julio Lugo Adam Everett , SS Jeff Bagwell Lance Berkman , CF Richard Hidalgo , RF Daryle Ward , LF Morgan Ensberg Chris Truby Brad Ausmus , C Pitcher Pitchers Wade Miller , R Roy Oswalt , R Shane Reynolds , R Dave Mlicki , R Carlos Hernandez , L CL: Billy Wagner , L Octavio Dotel , R Tim Redding , R Nelson Cruz , R Milwaukee Brewers Lineup Eric Young Tyler Houston Mark Loretta Geoff Jenkins , LF Richie Sexson Jeffrey Hammonds , CF Matt Stairs Alex Ochoa , RF Jose Hernandez , SS Henry Blanco Raul Casanova , C Pitcher Pitchers Ben Sheets , R Ruben Quevedo , R Jamey Wright , R Glendon Rusch , L Nick Neugebauer , R CL: Chad Fox , R Mike DeJean , R Curtis Leskanic , R
Extractions: MLB Players list Baltimore, Orioles Ainsworth, Kurt Arias, Alex Bauer, Rick Bautista, Denny ... Tejada, Miguel Boston, Red Sox Almonte, Edwin Arroyo, Bronson Bellhorn, Mark Brown, Jamie ... Youkilis, Kevin Anaheim, Angels Amezaga, Alfredo Anderson, Garret Bootcheck, Chris Colon, Bartolo ... Wesson, Barry Chicago, White Sox Adkins, Jon Alomar Jr., Sandy Bell, Mike Benard, Marvin ... Wunsch, Kelly Cleveland, Indians Abernathy, Brent Bard, Josh Bartosh, Cliff Belliard, Ronnie ... Young, Ernie Detroit, Tigers Anderson, Matt Avery, Steve Bonderman, Jeremy Bumatay, Mike ... Young, Dmitri Kansas City, Royals Affeldt, Jeremy Agbayani, Benny Aldridge, Cory Alicea, Luis ... Wright, Jamey Milwaukee, Brewers Adams, Mike Alcantara, Izzy Bennett, Gary Bennett, Jeff ... Wise, Matt Minnesota, Twins Andrews, Shane Balfour, Grant Beimel, Joe Blanco, Henry ... Young, Kevin New York, Yankees Anderson, Jason Arrojo, Rolando Bean, Colter Boone, Aaron ... Wilson, Enrique Oakland, Athletics Blanton, Joe Bowie, Micah Bradford, Chad Byrnes, Eric ... Zito, Barry Seattle, Mariners Anderson, Ryan
Shoot Mike Timlin Shoot mike timlin. These Red Sox are not the kindred spirits of the 1978 RedSox or the 1967 bunch. Theyre just a bunch of guys who play baseball. http://www.1984produkts.com/shootmiketimlin/
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Extractions: Curt Schilling The Red Sox didn't win the World Series by making the trade for Curt Schilling on Friday. They didn't automatically win the American League East from the Yankees. What they did was make the kind of play the Yankees make at this time of year. The Red Sox don't have as much money as the Yankees, but they have a lot. They also happen to have a general manager, Theo Epstein, who may turn out to be a more dangerous opponent than Josh Beckett. George Steinbrenner doesn't own the high end of the market anymore, even though he will probably go out now and try to sign the whole world, starting with Gary Sheffield. And when he does, he will forget all the small plays that set up this big play for the Red Sox. He will just spend and keep spending the way he always has. Too often the Yankees seem to be putting together a portfolio instead of a baseball team. They better start paying attention to Theo Epstein.
Extractions: Aaron Boone is mobbed by teammates after hitting homer to win last year's ALCS. This was in the visitors' clubhouse at Yankee Stadium last October, after the 25th game the Red Sox and Yankees had played last season, on the eve of the 26th. Trot Nixon had hit one 12 miles off Gabe White to officially finish the Yankees in Game 6. So these were the first moments between Game 6 and Game 7, everybody already talking about Pedro Martinez vs. Roger Clemens and the first Game 7 at Yankee Stadium since 1957. Todd Jones stood by his locker near the clubhouse door an hour after the game was over, still in uniform, smiling at the scene all around him, in no hurry to go anywhere. You play your whole life not knowing you will get a night like this. Jones, who had been one of the better relief pitchers once, was just hanging on with Boston. But he had gotten a piece of this series, even if it was less than a full inning. Jones had walked a guy and struck out a guy that night and so, no matter what, he could always say he had been a part of it all.
Mike's Baseball Rants: December 2002 Archives This comes just a few days after Boston signed fellow pen men Chad Fox andmike timlin. Happy (Belated) Holidays from mike s baseball Rants! http://www.all-baseball.com/mikesbballrants/archives/2002_12.html
Extractions: all-baseball.com presents: This is my site with my opinions, but I hope that, like Irish Spring, you like it, too. "I don't want to achieve immortality through my work ... I want to achieve it through not dying" (Woody Allen) Yesterday, my friend Murray and I were emailing each other regarding the Jim Rice/Hall of Fame post I made they other day. I had a thought about Rice and his ilk, thus: There are a number of players like Rice (Parker, Murphy, Dawson, Allen, Mattingly, etc.) that are going to be interesting litmus tests for the writers and especially the Vets' Committee. I'm not sure if I would put any of them in, but given the dearth of players from the '70s and '80s in the Hall (I have to re-check this but I remember there being something like half as many players as the other eras) someone else from those decades will have to go in. And Joe Morgan only has some many ex-Red teammates left. After he fast-tracks Ed Armbrister, they will have to look elsewhere. I just wonder who'll make the cut. We may not know for some time. Well, the issue stuck in my craw, and we all know how painful that is. So I did a little research:
Mike Pagliarulo | BaseballLibrary.com homer off mike timlin in Game Three of the 1991 ALCS. (EG/JT). Contribute your recollectionsof mike Pagliarulo by clicking here. FROM THE baseball CHRONOLOGY. http://www.baseballlibrary.com/baseballlibrary/ballplayers/P/Pagliarulo_Mike.stm
Extractions: Born: Yankees , Padres, Twins, Orioles, Rangers Mike Pagliarulo's Teams 1984 New York Yankees 1985 New York Yankees 1986 New York Yankees 1987 New York Yankees 1988 New York Yankees 1989 New York Yankees 1989 San Diego Padres 1990 San Diego Padres 1991 Minnesota Twins 1992 Minnesota Twins 1993 Minnesota Twins 1993 Baltimore Orioles 1995 Texas Rangers Games Average HR RBI Career League CS World Series Books and articles about Mike Pagliarulo This lefthanded power hitter became the Yankees' regular third baseman in July 1984 . Pagliarulo also became known as a hard-nosed player, literally, missing just one game after being hit in the face by a pitch in May 1986 . He homered in his next three games. A consistent mid-season player, he often slumped during September; some blamed over-intense work habits. RELATED LINKS
Bobby Howry Bibliography | BaseballLibrary.com Article in USA Today baseball Weekly January 13, 1999 (Vol. Photos/Illustrationsn Named people Ligtenberg, Kerry; Wagner, Billy; timlin, mike; Acevedo, Juan http://www.baseballlibrary.com/baseballlibrary/sabr/tbi/H/Howry_Bobby.tbi.stm
Extractions: The Baseball Index is a vast index to books, articles, and other sources on baseball compiled by volunteers from the Society for American Baseball Research . The complete index is available for purchase, and The Baseball Index Research Service can perform complicated searches for a nominal fee. Click here for more information. ARTICLES The Early Line On AL Pitching: Chicago White Sox by Hunt, John Article in USA Today Baseball Weekly
Extractions: Red Sox Patriots Celtics Bruins ... Red Sox RED SOX NOTEBOOK By Bob Hohler, Globe Staff, 4/5/2004 BALTIMORE One thing Mike Timlin has shown beyond a doubt late in his career is impeccable command. He led the majors last season with the lowest ratio of walks per nine innings pitched (0.97), walking only nine batters in 83 2/3 innings. And three of those walks were intentional. ADVERTISEMENT Timlin was so sharp last season that he went 23 games into the season before he allowed his second walk. It was May 31, after he already had pitched more than 31 innings. That's why his appearance last night in the 7-2 loss to the Orioles was so unusual. With the Sox trailing, 3-1, as he started the seventh in relief of Pedro Martinez , Timlin retired only one batter before he walked Brian Roberts and Melvin Mora , putting himself in peril. "I stunk," Timlin said. "I just wasn't good. I was just missing." It helped that catcher Jason Varitek threw out Roberts trying to steal second. But Timlin allowed Miguel Tejada to single to right.
Extractions: Red Sox Patriots Celtics Bruins ... Red Sox BOB RYAN By Bob Ryan, Globe Columnist, 3/5/2004 FORT MYERS, Fla. What is it like when you really and truly are getting everybody out? ADVERTISEMENT "It's hard to put into words," reports Mike Timlin. Ah, yes, Mike Timlin, the great What-If? of the 2003 American League Championship Series. He was warming up in the sixth inning of Game 7. He was warming up in the seventh inning, too. If Grady Little had decided to extend his thanks to Pedro Martinez after seven fine innings, Mike Timlin would have replaced him. Yeah, if. Can anyone say for sure what would have happened? No. But here is what we do know: Mike Timlin was the hottest setup man in baseball at the time. Mike Timlin was just about unhittable in October 2003. His postseason numbers were dazzling. He pitched 9 2/3 innings of one-hit, shutout ball. He fanned 11, and of his two walks, one was intentional. If someone lasts 14 seasons in the big leagues, he must have something to offer. Clearly, Mike Timlin has been an effective reliever. But he has never been as detrimental to the mental health of batters as he was at the end of last season. "The guy pitched very well all year," says Jason Varitek. "He was great, other than one or two outings. As the year ended, he had the fear of the split going for him, and that made a difference. He had the sinker, the cutter, the four-seamer, and a change. As the season wore on, his confidence grew. And the confidence of the hitters was gone before they even stepped in. The big thing is he's learned to utilize his pitches to get to his sinker. When it came to getting out of a jam, he was our go-to guy all season."
Baseball America - 40-Man Roster: Red Sox RR. 60. 180. Boston, Pawtucket. timlin, mike. 37. RR. 6-4. 210. Boston. Boston. Ramirez,Manny. 30. RR. 6-0. 215. Boston. Copyright 2004 baseball America. All rights reserved. http://www.baseballamerica.com/today/news/40man1103/redsox.html
Extractions: Teams Angels Astros Athletics Blue Jays Braves Brewers Cardinals Cubs Devil Rays Diamondbacks Dodgers Expos Giants Indians Mariners Marlins Mets Orioles Padres Phillies Pirates Rangers Red Sox Reds Rockies Royals Tigers Twins White Sox Yankees - Leagues - AAA-Int'l AAA-Pac Coast AA-Eastern AA-Southern AA-Texas A-California A-Carolina A-Florida State A-Midwest A-South Atlantic A-NY-Penn A-Northwest R-Appalachian R-Pioneer R-Gulf Coast R-Arizona Independent International NCAA High School BOSTON RED SOX (35) PITCHERS (21) Age B-T Ht. Wt. 2003 Clubs Almonte, Edwin R-R Norfolk, Charlotte Arroyo, Bronson R-R Boston, Pawtucket Brown, Jamie R-R Pawtucket, Buffalo De la Rosa, Jorge L-L Pawtucket, Portland Embree, Alan L-L Boston, Sarasota Fossum, Casey L-L Boston, Pawtucket, Portland Gamble, Jerome R-R Portland, Sarasota Hamulack, Tim L-L Tacoma, San Antonio Hebson, Brian R-R Pawtucket, Edmonton Kim, Byung-Hyun R-R Boston, Arizona Lowe, Derek R-R Boston Lyon, Brandon R-R Boston, Pawtucket Martinez, Anastacio R-R Pawtucket, Portland, Altoona Martinez, Pedro R-R Boston Mendoza, Ramiro