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Old 09-09-2001, 03:00 PM   #1
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Default Around the majors reports--Sep 9

1) Yesterday's results--

AL
Yankees 9, Redsox 2
A's 10, Devil Rays 4
Tigers 4, BlueJays 3
Indians 8, Whitesox 7
Royals 8, Rangers 3
Mariners 6, Orioles 1
Twins 6, Angels 4

NL
Cardinals 6, Dodgers 5
Giants 7, Rockies 3
Braves 5, Cubs 3
Diamondbacks 8, Padres 6 (10)
Mets 9, Marlins 7
Phillies 6, Expos 0
Pirates 5, Reds 2
Brewers 7, Astros 2

2) Standings--

AL EAST WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Yankees 85 57 .599 - 45-26 40-31 45-17 18-12 12-20 WON 3
Redsox 72 68 .514 12 37-34 35-34 33-27 14-16 15-17 LOST 3
BlueJays 69 73 .486 16 34-38 35-35 31-32 14-11 16-20 LOST 1
e-Orioles 55 86 .390 29 1/2 27-43 28-43 23-33 16-16 10-25 LOST 7
e-Devil Rays 50 92 .352 35 29-41 21-51 17-40 13-19 10-25 LOST 3

AL CENTRAL WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Indians 81 61 .570 - 38-32 43-29 20-10 39-23 15-17 WON 1
Twins 74 68 .521 7 42-30 32-38 13-19 37-20 15-20 WON 1
Whitesox 73 69 .514 8 40-32 33-37 15-11 33-29 13-23 LOST 1
e-Tigers 57 84 .404 23 1/2 33-37 24-47 13-16 19-43 15-17 WON 1
e-Royals 57 85 .401 24 30-41 27-44 13-19 22-35 14-21 WON 1

AL WEST WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
y-Mariners 102 40 .718 - 49-21 53-19 32-12 31-10 27-12 WON 3
A's 85 57 .599 17 43-28 42-29 30-14 27-14 16-23 WON 6
d-Angels 73 69 .514 29 38-32 35-37 24-17 24-20 15-24 LOST 1
d-Rangers 65 77 .458 37 36-36 29-41 21-20 16-28 20-19 LOST 1

NL EAST WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Braves 77 64 .546 - 34-38 43-26 32-24 21-14 15-17 WON 2
Phillies 74 68 .521 3 1/2 41-30 33-38 33-29 15-15 19-13 WON 1
Mets 71 72 .497 7 40-32 31-40 36-27 11-19 14-18 WON 6
Marlins 65 77 .458 12 1/2 39-30 26-47 23-33 19-17 11-21 LOST 3
Expos 61 81 .430 16 1/2 31-39 30-42 26-37 13-20 14-14 LOST 1

NL CENTRAL WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Astros 83 59 .585 - 40-31 43-28 18-12 43-27 13-14 LOST 1
Cubs 77 64 .546 5 1/2 41-28 36-36 16-13 37-27 15-18 LOST 4
Cardinals 77 64 .546 5 1/2 46-26 31-38 19-11 34-30 16-16 WON 1
Brewers 63 79 .444 20 32-39 31-40 15-15 35-38 08-16 WON 1
e-Reds 57 85 .401 26 24-48 33-37 12-09 27-46 14-19 LOST 2
e-Pirates 55 87 .387 28 35-35 20-52 05-19 31-39 11-22 WON 2

NL WEST WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Diamondbacks 80 62 .563 - 40-31 40-31 18-14 19-14 36-26 WON 1
Giants 79 64 .552 1 1/2 46-26 33-38 18-14 18-15 33-30 WON 1
Dodgers 78 64 .549 2 41-30 37-34 17-15 23-15 32-25 LOST 1
Padres 70 72 .493 10 32-40 38-32 17-15 24-15 23-33 LOST 1
e-Rockies 62 79 .440 17 1/2 34-36 28-43 13-15 21-18 26-36 LOST 1

d--mathematically eliminated from winning the division title
e--mathematically eliminated from the postseason
y--clinched a postseason berth

3) Wild card standings--

AL WON LOST PCT GB
A's 85 57 .599 -
Twins 74 68 .518 11

NL WON LOST PCT GB
Giants 79 64 .552 -
Dodgers 78 64 .549 1/2
Cubs 77 64 .546 1
Cardinals 77 64 .546 1
Phillies 74 68 .521 4 1/2
Mets 71 72 .497 8
Padres 70 72 .493 8 1/2

4) The Rockies were mathematically eliminated from the postseason.

5) The Rangers will be mathematically eliminated from the postseason if they lose to the Royals or the A's beat the Devil Rays.

6) The Brewers will be mathematically eliminated from winning the NL Central if they lose to the Astros. The Brewers will be mathematically eliminated from the postseason if they lose to the Astros and the Dodgers beat the Cardinals and the Giants beat the Rockies.

7) The Twins passed the Whitesox for sole possession of 2nd place in the AL Central.

8) The Cardinals tied the Cubs for 2nd place in the NL Central.

9) The Giants passed the Dodgers into 2nd place in the NL West and took over the lead for the NL wild card.

10) Magic numbers--

AL East--Yankees, 10
AL Central--Indians, 14
AL West--Mariners, 4
AL wild card--A's, 10

NL East--Braves, 18
NL Central--Astros, 16
NL West--Diamondbacks, 19
NL wild card--Giants, 20

11) Race for postseason seeds--

AL--The Mariners have a 17 game lead over the Yankees for the top seed. The Yankees have a 4 game lead over the Indians for the 2nd seed.

NL--The Astros have a 3 game lead over the Diamondbacks for the top seed. The Diamondbacks have a 2 1/2 game lead over the Braves for the 2nd seed.

12) Today's schedule--

AL
Redsox (Hideo Nomo 11-7) at Yankees (Andy Pettitte 14-9), 105 PM
BlueJays (Chris Carpenter 9-11) at Tigers (Nate Cornejo 3-2), 105 PM
Whitesox (Mark Buehrle 13-7) at Indians (Bartolo Colon 12-10), 105 PM
Royals (Jeff Suppan 9-11) at Rangers (Rob Bell 4-4), 305 PM
Devil Rays (Joe Kennedy 5-8) at A's (Tim Hudson 16-7), 405 PM
Twins (Eric Milton 13-5) at Angels (Jarrod Washburn 11-7), 405 PM
Orioles (Josh Towers 8-9) at Mariners (Jamie Moyer 16-5), 435 PM

NL
Phillies (Omar Daal 12-6) at Expos (Tony Armas Jr. 9-12), 135 PM
Reds (Dennys Reyes 1-6) at Pirates (Ryan Vogelsong 0-4), 135 PM
Dodgers (Chan Ho Park 13-9) at Cardinals (Matt Morris 19-7), 210 PM
Braves (Kevin Millwood 5-6) at Cubs (Jason Bere 10-8), 220 PM
Brewers (Jeff D'Amico 1-1) at Astros (Roy Oswalt 13-2), 235 PM
Giants (Jason Schmidt 11-7) at Rockies (Scott Elarton 4-8), 305 PM
Mets (Steve Trachsel 9-11) at Marlins (Matt Clement 8-10), 405 PM
Padres (Bobby Jones 8-17) at Diamondbacks (Bobby Witt 2-1), 435 PM

13) Yesterday's HRs--

Jim Thome--#46
Shawn Green--#46
Alex Rodriguez--#44
Troy Glaus--#38
Richie Sexson--#36
Phil Nevin--#35
Chipper Jones--#35
Juan Gonzalez--#33 & #34
Aramis Ramirez--#32
Tino Martinez--#30 & #31
Mike Sweeney--#27
Miguel Tejada--#26
Corey Koskie--#25
Jim Edmonds--#25
Jermaine Dye--#24
Torii Hunter--#24
Vinny Castilla--#24 (#22 in NL)
Bubba Trammell--#21
Jeff Kent--#19
Matt Williams--#15
Jose Canseco--#14
Mark Grudzielanek--#13
Jimmy Rollins--#13
Kevin Young--#13
Frank Menechino--#12
Marvin Benard--#12
Michael Tucker--#12
Steve Finley--#10 & #11
Ron Gant--#10 (#2 in AL)
Jose Ortiz--#10
Shawon Dunston--#8
Ichiro Suzuki--#7
Wiki Gonzalez--#7
Luis Alicea--#4
Josh Paul--#2
Bill Haselman--#2

14) HR leaders--

AL
1) Jim Thome--46*
2) Alex Rodriguez--44*
T3) Manny Ramirez--39
T3) Rafael Palmeiro--39
T5) Carlos Delgado--38
T5) Troy Glaus--38*
T7) Bret Boone--34
T7) Juan Gonzalez--34**
9) Jason Giambi--33
10) Tino Martinez--31**

NL
1) Barry Bonds--60
2) Sammy Sosa--53
3) Luis Gonzalez--51
4) Shawn Green--46*
5) Todd Helton--41
6) Richie Sexson--36*
T7) Jeff Bagwell--35
T7) Chipper Jones--35*
T7) Phil Nevin--35*
T10) Albert Pujols--34
T10) Gary Sheffield--34

**--hit 2 yesterday
*--hit 1 yesterday

15) Juan Gonzalez tied Joe Carter for 36th place on the all time HR list, with 396.

16) Matt Williams passed Gary Gaetti and tied Joe DiMaggio for 53rd place on the all time HR list, with 361.

17) Ron Gant passed Rogers Hornsby into 90th place on the all time HR list, with 302.
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