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1) Yesterday's results--

AL
Yankees 5, Orioles 4 (10)
Tigers 12, Redsox 6
Devil Rays 1, BlueJays 0
Indians 4, Twins 2
Whitesox 10, Royals 2
Rangers 5, Angels 2
A's 7, Mariners 4

NL
Pirates 2, Cardinals 1
Phillies 5, Marlins 4 (10)
Braves 5, Mets 4 (11)
Brewers 6, Reds 3
Rockies 5, Expos 3
Astros 7, Cubs 6
Diamondbacks 6, Dodgers 1
Giants 11, Padres 2

2) Standings--

AL EAST WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Yankees 89 60 .597 - 46-26 43-34 47-19 20-13 12-20 WON 1
Redsox 75 72 .510 13 40-37 35-35 35-29 15-18 15-17 LOST 2
e--BlueJays 73 76 .490 16 37-41 36-35 34-35 15-11 16-20 LOST 1
e--Orioles 58 90 .392 30 1/2 29-44 29-46 26-36 16-16 10-26 LOST 1
e--Devil Rays 53 96 .356 36 29-41 24-55 20-43 13-19 10-26 WON 1

AL CENTRAL WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Indians 86 64 .573 - 41-34 45-30 20-10 44-26 15-17 WON 2
Twins 79 71 .527 7 45-33 34-38 13-19 41-23 16-20 LOST 2
Whitesox 78 72 .520 8 44-34 34-38 16-13 37-30 13-23 WON 4
e--Tigers 60 89 .403 25 1/2 33-39 27-50 15-18 20-46 15-17 WON 2
e--Royals 58 91 .389 27 1/2 30-41 28-50 13-19 23-40 14-22 LOST 3

AL WEST WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
x--Mariners 106 44 .707 - 52-22 54-22 33-12 31-10 30-16 LOST 4
y--A's 92 58 .613 14 48-28 44-30 31-14 27-14 22-24 WON 4
e--Angels 74 76 .493 32 38-34 36-42 24-17 24-21 16-30 LOST 3
e--Rangers 70 80 .467 36 41-38 29-42 21-20 17-28 24-22 WON 3

NL EAST WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Braves 80 69 .537 - 34-38 46-31 34-29 22-14 15-17 WON 1
Phillies 80 70 .533 1/2 46-32 34-38 39-31 15-15 19-13 WON 1
Mets 76 74 .507 4 1/2 42-33 34-41 38-29 14-19 14-18 LOST 1
Marlins 69 80 .463 11 40-30 29-50 27-36 19-17 11-21 LOST 1
e--Expos 64 86 .427 16 1/2 34-44 30-42 27-40 13-20 16-16 LOST 1

NL CENTRAL WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Astros 89 60 .597 - 43-32 46-28 18-12 46-28 16-14 WON 2
Cardinals 85 65 .567 4 1/2 50-26 35-39 19-11 41-31 17-16 LOST 1
Cubs 81 68 .544 8 42-29 39-39 16-14 41-30 15-18 LOST 2
e--Brewers 64 86 .427 25 1/2 33-42 31-44 15-15 36-45 08-16 WON 1
e--Reds 61 89 .407 28 1/2 25-50 36-39 12-09 31-50 14-19 LOST 1
e--Pirates 56 94 .373 33 1/2 36-42 20-52 05-22 32-43 11-22 WON 1

NL WEST WON LOST PCT GB HOME ROAD EAST CENT WEST STREAK
Diamondbacks 84 66 .560 - 41-31 43-35 18-14 19-14 40-30 WON 1
Giants 82 68 .547 2 46-29 36-39 18-14 18-18 36-31 WON 1
Dodgers 80 70 .533 4 43-35 37-35 17-15 23-16 34-30 LOST 1
Padres 74 75 .497 9 1/2 33-42 41-33 17-15 24-15 27-36 LOST 1
e--Rockies 66 83 .443 17 1/2 36-38 30-45 15-17 21-18 28-38 WON 1

d--mathematically eliminated from winning the division title
e--mathematically eliminated from the postseason
x--clinched division title
y--clinched wild card

3) Wild card standings--

NL WON LOST PCT GB
Cardinals 85 65 .567 -
Giants 82 68 .547 3
Cubs 81 68 .544 3 1/2
Phillies 80 70 .533 5
Dodgers 80 70 .533 5
Mets 76 74 .507 9

4) The Yankees will clinch a tie for the AL East title if the Redsox lose to the Orioles.

5) The A's clinched the AL wild card.

6) The Marlins will be mathematically eliminated from winning the NL East and from the postseason if they lose to the Braves.

7) Mariners watch--they have to go at least 11-1 in their remaining 12 games to break the 1906 Cubs's record of 116 wins

8) Magic numbers--

AL East--Yankees, 2
AL Central--Indians, 6

NL East--Braves, 14
NL Central--Astros, 9
NL West--Diamondbacks, 11
NL wild card--Cardinals, 10

9) Race for postseason seeds--

AL--The Mariners have clinched the top seed. The Yankees have a 3 1/2 game lead over the Indians for the 2nd seed.

NL--The Astros have a 5 1/2 game lead over the Diamondbacks for the top seed. The Diamondbacks have a 3 1/2 game lead over the Braves for the 2nd seed.

10) Today's schedule--

AL
BlueJays (Roy Halladay 4-2) at Indians (Bartolo Colon 13-11), 7:05 PM
Orioles (Calvin Maduro 3-6) at Redsox (David Cone 8-6), 7:05 PM
Mariners (Jamie Moyer 18-5) at Rangers (Doug Davis 10-8), 8:05 PM
Tigers (Steve Sparks 11-9) at Royals (Jeff Suppan 9-12), 8:05 PM

NL
Braves (John Burkett 11-11) at Marlins (Brad Penny 8-9), 7:05 PM
Cubs (Kerry Wood 11-6) at Pirates (Tony McKnight 3-4), 7:05 PM
Cardinals (Matt Morris 20-7) at Astros (Dave Mlicki 6-1), 8:05 PM
Padres (Kevin Jarvis 12-10) at Rockies (John Thomson 2-5), 9:05 PM
Giants (Livan Hernandez 12-14) at Dodgers (James Baldwin 2-4), 10:10 PM

11) Yesterday's HRs--

Barry Bonds--#65 & #66
Sammy Sosa--#56, #57 & #58
Alex Rodriguez--#48
Rafael Palmeiro--#45
Rich Aurilia--#35
Larry Walker--#34
Lance Berkman--#33
Magglio Ordonez--#30
Eric Chavez--#29
Fred McGriff--#28 (#9 in NL)
Moises Alou--#27
Ellis Burks--#26
Jermaine Dye--#25
Brian Jordan--#21 & #22
Preston Wilson--#22
Brian Daubach--#20
Roberto Alomar--#19
Geoff Jenkins--#19
Travis Lee--#17 & #18
Mark Quinn--#17
Mike Lowell--#16
Adam Dunn--#16
Craig Paquette--#15
Cal Ripken--#14
Jose Ortiz--#13
Steve Cox--#11
Greg Myers--#11
Joe McEwing--#8
Johnny Estrada--#8
Deivi Cruz--#5
Rob Mackowiak--#4
Nick Johnson--#2
Chris Wakeland--#2
Brandon Berger--#1
Kevin Witt--#1
Bruce Aven--#1

11) HR leaders--

AL
T1) Jim Thome--48
T1) Alex Rodriguez--48*
3) Rafael Palmeiro--45*
4) Manny Ramirez--41
5) Troy Glaus--39
6) Carlos Delgado--38
T7) Bret Boone--35
T7) Juan Gonzalez--35
T9) Jason Giambi--34
T9) Tino Martinez--34

NL
1) Barry Bonds--66**
2) Sammy Sosa--58***
3) Luis Gonzalez--53
4) Shawn Green--47
5) Todd Helton--43
6) Jeff Bagwell--37
T7) Richie Sexson--36
T7) Phil Nevin--36
T7) Chipper Jones--36
T7) Albert Pujols--36

***--hit 3 yesterday
**--hit 2 yesterday
*--hit 1 yesterday

12) Barry Bonds watch--hit #65 and #66, is on pace for 71

Bonds hit #65 & #66, is 3 behind Reggie Jackson for 7th place

Bonds set the major league record for most road HR in a season, with 34, breaking the mark of 32, set by Babe Ruth, in 1927, and Mark McGwire, in 1998.

Bonds SLG--.841, 3rd all time behind Ruth (.847, 1920; .846, 1921--no one else was ever over .800)
Bonds OBA--.499, no one has reached .500 since Ted Williams and Mickey Mantle, in 1957
Bonds OPS--1.340, 3rd all time behind Ruth (1.379, 1920; 1.359, 1921--no one else was ever over 1.300)

13) Sammy Sosa passed Dave Kingman into 27th place on the all time HR list, with 444.

Sosa became the first player in history to hit 3 HR in a game 3 times in a season.

14) Alex Rodriguez set the major league record for HR in a season by a SS, with 48, breaking the mark of 47, set by Ernie Banks, in 1958.

Rodriguez set the Rangers single season record, breaking the mark of 47, set by Juan Gonzalez, in 1996, and Rafael Palmeiro, in 1999. Rodriguez tied the franchise all time mark, set by Frank Howard, in 1969, when the team was the Senators.
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1) Dodgers P Kevin Brown will have season ending surgery this week, to repair a torn flexor muscle in his elbow.

2) Curt Schilling's 13 SO yesterday gave him and Randy Johnson the all time teammate SO record, with 627, breaking the mark of 624, by Nolan Ryan and Bill Singer, with the 1973 Angels.

Meanwhile, Schilling passed Johnson for the NL lead in IP. There have 2 instances in which teammates tied for the league lead in IP and teammates have finished 1-2 27 times.

3) A's P Mark Mulder reached 20 wins for the first time in his career.

Mulder is tied for 7th in the AL with 30 RSAA, tied with Roger Clemens.

4) Magglio Ordonez reached 30 HR for the 3rd time and the 3rd consecutive year.

5) Mariners 2B Bret Boone returned to the lineup, after missing 3 games with a bruised right heel. But, he had to leave in the 8th, after being hit by a pitch on the elbow. According to Boone, "I'm fine. He hit me pretty good and it swelled up a little, but it won't be a problem."

6) Reds 3B Aaron Boone had to leave yesterday's game, after breaking his left thumb when he was hit by a pitch. This is Boone's 3rd broken bone of the season.

Boone is hitting .483 SLG, .351 OBA, .834 OPS, 7 RCAA, .546 OWP, 6.63 RC/G, 69 RC in 103 games. Since he came into the majors in 1997, he's -4 RCAA in his 2 odd numbered years and 1 in the even years, a streak that should end this year. He came into the year with a .776 career OPS, compared to his league average of .789 and positional average of .797.

7) Brewers P Jamey Wright set a team record with his 19th HBP of the season, breaking the mark he set last year, with 18.

Wright's 19th HBP allowed him to pass Chan Ho Park for sole possession of the NL lead.

Wright has a 4.79 ERA and -2 RSAA in 31 starts. He came into the season with a 5.23 career ERA and 0 RSAA.

8) Devil Rays OF-DH Greg Vaughn, who has been bothered by a strained calf, is tentatively scheduled to return to the lineup on Wednesday, but he may be limited to being a DH for the remainder of the season.

Vaughn's hitting .433 SLG, .332 OBA, .765 OPS, -4 RCAA, .474 OWP, 5.40 RC/G, 76 RC in 135 games. This would be the 4th time in his career that he's had a negative RCAA.

9) Marlins SS Alex Gonzalez was scratched from yesterday's lineup, due to a sore left elbow, while 2B Luis Castillo missed the game, due to a severely sprained ankle.

Gonzalez is having his typical rotten season, hitting .388 SLG, .310 OBA, .697 OPS, -15 RCAA, .404 OWP, 4.52 RC/G, 63 RC in 139 games. This is his 3rd year with a double digit negative RCAA in his 3 years as a starter. Gonzalez came into the year with a .649 career OPS, compared to his league average of .793 and SS average of .703.

On the bright side, Gonzalez trails the BlueJays's version in the competition to see which Alex Gonzalez can cost his team the most runs, by a 23-15 margin.

After a .806 OPS/17 RCAA season in 2000, Castillo regressed down to .341 SLG, .344 OBA, .685 OPS, -16 RCAA, .409 OWP, 4.58 RC/G, 71 RC in 134 games this season. He came into the year with a .712 career OPS, compared to his league average of .785 and positional average of .753.

10) Cubs 1B Ron Coomer returned to Chicago on Saturday to have his left knee examined. Coomer has a floating chip in the knee and MGR Don Baylor says he's not sure if Coomer needs rest or surgery.

Coomer's hitting .390 SLG, .316 OBA, .706 OPS, -12 RCAA, .395 OWP, 4.70 RC/G, 46 RC in 111 games. This is his 4th year with a double digit negative RCAA in his 4 years with 100+ games. Coomer came into the year with a .746 career OPS, compared to his league average of .782 and positional average of .862.
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1) The New York Times reports "if the Yankees do not perform well in October, Steinbrenner will seriously consider replacing both Torre and Cashman. Buck Showalter, the former Yankees manager who was fired by the Arizona Diamondbacks last year, would probably be the front-runner to replace Torre."

2) There is speculation that, with the nation fighting a war on terrorism, MLB may put off its labor war until after the 2002 season, with the current Collective Bargaining Agreement being extended for a year.

3) Rangers 3B Mike Lamb suffered a small fracture on the tip of his right ring finger. He'll miss at least the rest of their current hamstand, which goes through Wednesday, and could be out for the remainder of the season.

4) Rangers P Darren Oliver will miss his scheduled start tomorrow, due to an illness in his family, with Justin Duschsherer getting the start.

Oliver has a 5.91 ERA and -12 RSAA in 26 starts. This would be his 3rd year with a double digit negative RSAA in the past 4 seasons, although it is an improvement over his 7.27 ERA/-27 RSAA season in 2000.

5) The Minneapoli Star Tribune reports the Twins want Rick Reed to return next season. Reed isn't sure whether he wants to exercise his right to demand a trade.

Players with at least 6 years experience, who are traded in the middle of a multi year contract have the right to demand a trade during the offseason following their trade. A player who exercises this right and demands a trade would become a free agent if he's not traded by March 15 and he doesn't rescind the demand. But, there is no instance of any player who did become a free agent under this rule.

6) Royals P Kris Wilson has a sore elbow, which will keep him out of the rotation for the rest of the season, although the team says he might be used out of the bullpen. Meanwhile, Blake Stein will move into Wilson's spot in the rotation.

7) According to the Miami Herald, Luis Castillo's severely sprained ankle didn't just keep him out of yesterday's game, but has instead ended his season.

8) According to the Kansas City Star, the Royals are interested in bringing Rey Sanchez back when he becomes a free agent at the end of the season.

Sanchez has -20 RCAA this season, which is actually an improvement over his 2000 season, in which he cost the Royals 37 runs. This would be his 4th year with a -20 or worse RCAA and his 9th year with a double digit negative figure. Sanchez came into the season with a .650 career OPS, compared to his league average of .766 and positional average of .711.

9) The Cardinals's loss yesterday prevented them from having their 3rd winning streak of at least 10 games. The last team with 3 such streaks was the 1954 Braves.

10) Yankees P Mariano Rivera set the team record for SV in a season, with 47, breaking the mark of 46, set by Dave Righetti, in 1986.

With 19 RSAA this season, Rivera has matched his total of 1997 and 2000 and 1 shy of his high as a closer of 20, in 1999.

11) According to the Denver Post, "A's manager Art Howe said he's leaning toward using a four-game rotation for a best-of-five AL playoff series against the Yanks. That means Cory Lidle would get a start rather than have his top three starters - Tim Hudson, Mike Mulder and Barry Zito - pitch on three days rest."
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MULTIPLE 3 HR GAMES IN A SEASON

3 TIMES
PLAYER YEAR TEAM
Sammy Sosa 2001 Cubs

2 TIMES
PLAYER YEAR TEAM
Johnny Mize 1938 Cardinals
Johnny Mize 1940 Cardinals
Ralph Kiner 1947 Pirates
Ted Williams 1957 Redsox
Willie Mays* 1961 Giants
Willie Stargell 1971 Pirates
Dave Kingman 1979 Cubs
Doug DeCinces 1982 Angels
Joe Carter 1989 Indians
Cecil Fielder 1990 Tigers
Geronimo Berroa 1996 A's
Steve Finley 1997 Padres
Mark McGwire 1998 Cardinals
Jeff Bagwell 1999 Astros
Carlos Delgado 2001 BlueJays
Barry Bonds 2001 Giants

*--one of Mays's games was a 4 HR game
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MOST HOMERUNS, SEASON, SHORTSTOPS

1 Alex Rodriguez 2001 48
2 Ernie Banks 1958 47
3 Ernie Banks 1959 45
4 Ernie Banks 1955 44
5 Ernie Banks 1957 43
T6 Alex Rodriguez 1999 42
T6 Alex Rodriguez 1998 42
T8 Alex Rodriguez 2000 41
T8 Ernie Banks 1960 41
10 Rico Petrocelli 1969 40
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MOST HOMERUNS, SEASON, RANGERS

1 Alex Rodriguez 2001 48
T2 Rafael Palmeiro 1999 47
T2 Juan Gonzalez 1996 47
4 Juan Gonzalez 1993 46
T5 Juan Gonzalez 1998 45
T5 Rafael Palmeiro 2001 45
7 Juan Gonzalez 1992 43
8 Juan Gonzalez 1997 42
T9 Juan Gonzalez 1999 39
T9 Rafael Palmeiro 2000 39
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MOST STRIKEOUTS, SEASON, TEAMMATES

1 2001 Diamondbacks 627 Randy Johnson 350 Curt Schilling 277
2 1973 Angels 624 Nolan Ryan 383 Bill Singer 241
3 1965 Dodgers 592 Sandy Koufax 382 Don Drysdale 210
4 1976 Angels 588 Nolan Ryan 327 Frank Tanana 261
5 1963 Dodgers 557 Sandy Koufax 306 Don Drysdale 251
6 1904 A's 550 Rube Waddell 349 Eddie Plank 201
T7 1968 Indians 547 Sam McDowell 283 Luis Tiant 264
T7 1974 Angels 547 Nolan Ryan 367 Frank Tanana 180
9 1977 Angels 546 Nolan Ryan 341 Frank Tanana 205
T10 1965 Dodgers 544 Sandy Koufax 382 Claude Osteen 162
T10 1971 Tigers 544 Mickey Lolich 308 Joe Coleman 236
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TEAMMATES WHO TIED FOR THE LEAGUE LEAD IN IP--

1927 Whitesox Ted Lyons/Tommy Thomas 308
1997 BlueJays Roger Clemens/Pat Hentgen 264

TEAMMATES WHO FINISHED 1-2 IN IP

YEAR TEAM LG LEADER RUNNERUP
1902 Redsox AL Cy Young 384.2 Bill Dinneen 371.1
1902 Braves NL Vic Willis 410 Togie Pittinger 389.1
1903 Giants NL Joe McGinnity 434 Christy Mathewson 366.1
1904 Yankees AL Jack Chesbro 454.2 Jack Powell 390.1
1905 Braves NL Irv Young 378 Vic Willis 342
1924 Dodgers NL Burleigh Grimes 311 Dazzy Vance 308.1
1925 Reds NL Pete Donohue 301 Dolf Luque 291
1926 Reds NL Pete Donohue 286 Carl Mays 281
1930 Pirates NL Ray Kremer 276 Larry French 275
1931 Athletics AL Rube Walberg 291 Lefty Grove 289
1931 Pirates NL Heinie Meinie 284 Larry French 276
1939 Reds NL Bucky Walters 319 Paul Derringer 301
1940 Reds NL Bucky Walters 305 Paul Derringer 297
1944 Tigers AL Dizzy Trout 352 Hal Newhouser 312
1948 Indians AL Bob Lemon 294 Bob Feller 280
1951 Indians AL Early Wynn 274 Bob Lemon 263
1952 Indians AL Bob Lemon 310 Mike Garcia 292
1953 Indians AL Bob Lemon 287 Mike Garcia 272
1958 Braves NL Warren Spahn 290 Lew Burdette 275
1959 Braves NL Warren Spahn 292 Lew Burdette 290
1961 Braves NL Lew Burdette 272 Warren Spahn 263
1963 Yankees AL Whitey Ford 269 Ralph Terry 268
1965 Dodgers NL Sandy Koufax 336 Don Drysdale 308
1980 A's AL Rick Langford 290 Mike Norris 284.1
1982 BlueJays AL Dave Stieb 288.1 Jim Clancy 266.2
1987 Dodgers NL Orel Hershiser 264.2 Bob Welch 251.2
1996 Braves NL John Smoltz 253.2 Greg Maddux 245
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MOST HBP, SEASON, BREWERS

1 Jamey Wright 2001 19
2 Jamey Wright 2000 18
3 Pete Broberg 1975 16
4 Gene Brabender 1969 13
T5 Jaime Navarro 1993 11
T5 Jim Lonborg 1972 11
T5 Jim Slaton 1977 11
T5 Bill Travers 1975 11
T5 Scott Karl 1996 11
T10 Cal Eldred 1993 10
T10 Jeff Juden 1998 10

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MOST SAVES, SEASON, YANKEES

1 Mariano Rivera 2001 47
2 Dave Righetti 1986 46
3 Mariano Rivera 1999 45
T4 Mariano Rivera 1997 43
T4 John Wetteland 1996 43
T6 Mariano Rivera 2000 36
T6 Mariano Rivera 1998 36
T6 Dave Righetti 1990 36
8 Sparky Lyle 1972 35
10 Goose Gossage 1980 33
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