MAJOR LEAGUE FANTASY BASEBALL 1157, RODNEY, FERNANDO, 750000, DET. 1158, NATHAN, JOE, 720000, MIN. 1159, timlin,mike, 720000, BOS. 1160, LESKANIC, CURTIS, 710000, KC. 1161, SORIANO, RAFAEL,700000, SEA. http://baseball.fsjsports.com/rules/jreliefpitcher.html
Extractions: Relief Pitchers GAGNE, ERIC LA WAGNER, BILLY PHI RIVERA, MARIANO NYY SMOLTZ, JOHN ATL FOULKE, KEITH BOS GUARDADO, EDDIE SEA PERCIVAL, TROY ANA BENITEZ, ARMANDO FLA ISRINGHAUSEN, JASON STL KOCH, BILLY CWS NEN, ROBB SF SASAKI, KAZUHIRO SEA JULIO, JORGE BAL DOTEL, OCTAVIO HOU HOFFMAN, TREVOR SD BOROWSKI, JOE CHC LOOPER, BRADEN FLA CARTER, LANCE TB URBINA, UGUETH N/A WORRELL, TIM PHI GORDON, TOM NYY GRAVES, DANNY CIN MANTEI, MATT ARI BIDDLE, ROCKY MON HASEGAWA, SHIGETOSHI SEA CORDERO, FRANCISCO TEX MARTE, DAMASO CWS BECK, ROD SD MESA, JOSE N/A JIMENEZ, JOSE N/A DONNELLY, BRENDAN ANA DEJEAN, MIKE N/A VALVERDE, JOSE ARI HAWKINS, LATROY CHC WILLIAMSON, SCOTT BOS KOLB, DANNY MIL WICKMAN, BOB CLE MACDOUGAL, MIKE KC LOPEZ, AQUILINO TOR AYALA, LUIS MON BAEZ, DANYS N/A HERNANDEZ, ROBERTO PHI REITSMA, CHRIS CIN LIDGE, BRAD HOU RODRIGUEZ, FRANCISCO ANA ZIMMERMAN, JEFF TEX RISKE, DAVID CLE WILLIAMS, MIKE N/A RHODES, ARTHUR OAK TAVAREZ, JULIAN N/A ALFONSECA, ANTONIO ATL QUANTRILL, PAUL NYY FUENTES, BRIAN COL SPEIER, JUSTIN TOR FARNSWORTH, KYLE CHC ANDERSON, MATT DET RODNEY, FERNANDO DET NATHAN, JOE MIN TIMLIN, MIKE BOS LESKANIC, CURTIS
Extractions: A comprehensive look at the baseball stars of tomorrow Main ARIZONA FALL LEAGUE Team U.S.A. stomped on another AFL team yesterday, smoking the Rafters, 9-2. Brewers SS J.J. Hardy went 2-for-4 with a bomb, 2 runs scored, and 2 RBIs, Tigers 1B Ernie Young was a perfect 2-for-2 with a homer and 4 RBIs, and Mariners DH Justin Leone swatted a solo blast to lead the way for Team U.S.A. Braves LHP Andy Pratt was the winning pitcher for Team U.S.A., allowing 2 runs one earned and 2 hits in 3 innings of relief. He fanned 3 batters while walking one. Phillies RHP Ryan Madson started the game for Team U.S.A., and he would pitch very well, firing 4 shutout innings of 2-hit ball, whiffing 2. Team U.S.A. will need good starting pitching to qualify for the 2004 Olympics, so it's a very positive sign to see Madson pitch like he did. Giants DH Todd Linden went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI and Cardinals LF Shaun Boyd and Yankees RF Mike Vento had three hits each for the Rafters. RHP
Extractions: Chart Armando Benítez Fla NR 1 (04)/NR (03) Mariano Rivera NYY 1 (01)/NR (03) Keith Foulke Bos 1 (00)/NR (02) Billy Wagner Phi 1 (99)/NR (03) Joe Nathan Min 5 (04)/NR (03) José Mesa Pit NR 5 (01)/NR (03) Juan Rincón Min NR 7 (04)/NR (03) Francisco Cordero Tex NR 8 (04)/NR (03) Danny Graves Cin NR 1 (00)/NR (03) Trevor Hoffman SD NR 4/NR (03) Not Ranked NR Antonio Alfonseca CC NA NR 6 (01)/NR (04) NR Rocky Biddle Mon NA NR 8 (03)/NR (04) NR Joe Borowski CC NA 7 (03)/NR (04) NR Lance Carter TB NA NR 8 (03)/NR (04) NR Jeff Fassero SL NA NR 10 (01)/NR (04) NR John Franco NYM NA NR 4/NR (04) NR Tom Gordon CWS NA NR 8 (01)/NR (04) NR Eric Gagne LA NA 1 (02)/NR (04) NR Eddie Guardado Min NA NR 1 (02)/NR (04) NR Latroy Hawkins Min NA 5 (03)/NR (04) NR Roberto Hernandez Atl NA NR 5/NR (04) NR Jason Isringhausen SL NA NR 2 (02)/NR (04) NR Mike Jackson Ari NA NR 9/NR (04) NR Jose Jimenez Col NA NR 8/NR (04) NR Todd Jones Col NA NR 5 (00)/NR (04) NR Byung-Hyun Kim Ari NA NR 2 (00)/NR (04) NR Billy Koch CWS NA NR 1 (00)/NR (04) NR Braden Looper Fla NA NR 9 (03)/NR (04) NR Albie Lopez KC NA NR 9 (03)/NR (04) NR Derek Lowe Bos NA NR 3 (00)/NR (04) NR Matt Mantei Ari NA NR 6 (03)/NR (04) NR Ramiro Mendoza Bos NA NR 8 (01)/NR (04) NR Robb Nen SF NA NR 1 (01)/NR (04) NR Vladimir Nunez Fla NA NR 10 (02)/NR (04) NR Troy Percival Ana NA NR 2 (01)/NR (04) NR Paul Quantrill LA NA NR 2 (01)/NR (04) NR Chris Reitsma Cin NA NR 7 (03)/NR (04) NR Mike Remlinger CC NA NR 2 (02)/NR (04) NR Arthur Rhodes Sea NA NR 8 (02)/NR (04) NR John Rocker TB NA NR 2/NR (04) NR Felix Rodriguez SF NA NR 1 (01)/NR (04) NR J.C. Romero
Extractions: MLB 1998-99 Major League Baseball free agent signings FREE AGENTS SIGNING TO PLAY WITH A NEW TEAM PLAYER/POS NEW TEAM PREV TEAM TERMS Jim Abbott, lhp Milwaukee Ch. White Sox 1 year, $600,000 Roberto Alomar, 2b Cleveland Baltimore 4 years, $32 million Rich Amaral, if-of Baltimore Seattle 2 years, undisclosed Billy Ashley, of Tampa Bay Boston minor league Steve Avery, lhp Cincinnati Boston 1 year, $1.5 million Carlos Baerga, 2b St. Louis New York Mets 1 year, $1.2 million Tim Belcher, rhp Anaheim Kansas City 2 years, $10.2 million Rich Becker, of Milwaukee Baltimore 1 year, undisclosed Albert Belle, of Baltimore Ch. White Sox 5 years, $65 million Mike Benjamin, if Pittsburgh Boston 2 years, $1.4 million Geronimo Berroa, of Toronto Cleveland minor league Sean Berry, if Milwaukee Houston 2 years, $3.6 million Brian Bohanon, lhp Colorado Los Angeles 3 years, $9 million Ricky Bones, rhp Baltimore Kansas City 1 year, undisclosed Pedro Borbon, lhp Los Angeles Atlanta 1 year, undisclosed Darren Bragg, of
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Extractions: by Ray Bergman Game 19 - Blue Jays vs Twins at SkyDome Toronto, Ontario, Canada is my next destination. But before I arrive, a short story about my travels from Boston. I drove to Vernon, NY, which is about 275 miles (half way to Toronto). I used route I-95 south to the Mass Turnpike and proceeded westbound, which connected me with the New York State Thruway (I-90). This route goes through some very a beautiful countryside, both in Massachusets and New York. I decided to stop outside Albany, NY and look up an old colleague that I worked with some 20 years ago at the New York telephone company. Fortunately, John Pedersen was home and I spent a enjoyable afternoon with him and his family. Their great company made the rest of the drive to Toronto seem a lot shorter. I guess "My Baseball Dream" is not all about baseball. I'm finding some of my detours are just as memorable as each new ballpark. Sunday night, the 25th of August, I spent at the Comfort Inn Suites in Vernon, NY. The hotel is on the same grounds as the Vernon Downs Race Track. My room on the seventh floor overlooks the racetrack. Why am I telling you this? What is the significance of this racetrack? Well, when I was in my late teens and early twenties I populated the harness race tracks in the Metropolitan New York area. On many ocassions, while studying the racing form, I came across horses that had raced at Vernon Downs. It was nice to view what I only had in my mind from years past. I am cured of some of my bad habits, so I don't have to test my fortitude today, as the horses are not running.
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Extractions: Mike Timlin Studio Portrait Double Matted 8 X 10 Photograph (Unframed) - Features Include: One Size Big bold logo on a large dial Coordinating color dial ring Brushed finish case Printed hour and minute marks High perveived value Water-resistant Citizen movement 2-year warranty on watch and battery Tin gift box packaging. Black Leather Strap also available. To order click here
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 Surprise, Surprise Dave Paisley As the season begins to take shape there are, as usual, a few surprises in the works. In the American League East, there are some good surprises and some bad surprises. On the good side we have the success of the Blue Jays and the early competitiveness of the Devil Rays, while on the bad side we have the Orioles, skydiving without a parachute. As usual, though, the surprises are less of a surprise to some than others. The conventional baseball analysis world is aghast at the way the Baltimore Orioles are crashing and burning right now. However, to many of us looking at the situation with a more analytical eye, the situation was almost inevitable. Even then, few of us predicted it would be as bad as it looks now, though. Unfortunately for Ray Miller, he's the victim of a stupid owner and two incredibly inept general managers. Not that Ray Miller is such a great manager, but even Miller Huggins couldn't rescue this team from the devastation wrought by Angelos, Gillick and Wren the last couple of years. Perhaps we'll all get lucky and Angelos will fire himself.
Extractions: ON MAY 23, THE SEATTLE MARINERS WERE IN BALTIMORE. ORIOLES STARTER PAT RAPP SCATTERED four hits over seven innings and left with a 2-0 lead. After a scoreless eighth, closer Mike Timlin came in, gave up three hits and a walk, and the Mariners tied the game. In the last of the ninth, Albert Belle singled and Cal Ripken hit a home run to win it. Timlin got the win, although he failed to do his job. Rapp got nothing, although he did his job superbly. Is that fair? A few weeks later against the Phillies, Rapp gave up seven runs in the second inning. The Orioles tried to come back but fell shod. Suppose they had managed to peck away and tie the score by the sixth inning? And suppose Jason Johnson had replaced Rapp in the third, pitched four shutout innings, then gave up one run in the seventh, a run that proved to be the difference in an 8-7 loss. Which pitcher was more responsible for the loss, Rapp or Johnson? But Johnson gets the defeat. Is that fair? It's a 1-1 tie after seven innings. Buddy Groom pitches a one-two-three eighth for the Orioles, gets the first two men in the last of the ninth, then a batter reaches first on an error. Mike Trombley relieves Groom. Bang. Bang. Two hits, winning run scores. Groom gets the loss. Trombley has a 0.00 earned run average for the day. Which one did his job and which did not?
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Extractions: The latest on Baseball Books. Subscribe to our mailing list Let people know you like this site. Sponsor this page for $10. Pitching Glossary Year Ag Tm Lg W L G GS GF CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO HBP WP BFP ERA *lgERA *ERA+ ++-+-+-+-+-+-+-++++++-+++-+-+-+-+-++ 1986 21 PHI NL PHI NL ... AL 2 3 58 17 55.0 59 20 20 5 13 29 4 2 232 3.27 4.42 135 ++-+-+-+-+-+-+-++++++-+++-+-+-+-+-++ 16 Years 67 7 142 928 425 449 53 38 4756 3.35 4.26 127 WL%= .472 60 960 410 1141.7 465 120 980 ++-+-+-+-+-+-+-++++++-+++-+-+-+-+-++ 162 Game Avg Career High 7 10 81 7 65 40 109.3 88 55 51 16 56 94 6 9 468 1.49 5.02 310 ++-+-+-+-+-+-+-++++++-+++-+-+-+-+-++ W L G GS GF CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO HBP WP BFP ERA *lgERA *ERA+ * indicates the value is
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