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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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1) Tino Martinez reached 30 HR for the 3rd time and 100 RBI for the 6th time.

Martinez has actually improved lately, as his -20 RCAP are merely the 4th worst in the AL, instead him leading the league in costing his team runs.

Martinez became the 9th player to have at least 3 years with 100+ RBI and a negative RCAP, while he joins Garret Anderson as the only players in the majors who currently have 100+ RBI and a negative RCAP. But, he's not currently on the lists for the 10 worst RCAP for a 100+ RBI, 30+ HR or 100+ RBI/30+ HR season.

2) Richie Sexson reached 100 RBI for the 2nd time in his career.

Sexson, who has 3 RCAP, has a chance to join the list of players with multiple 100+ RBI, negative RCAP seasons.

3) Aramis Ramirez reached 100 RBI for the 1st time in his career.

Ramirez has 29 RCAP and is no danger of a negative season.

4) Rickey Henderson watch--Henderson scored 2 runs yesterday, to give him 2237, just 8 shy of Ty Cobb's record of 2245.

Henderson had 1 hit yesterday, to give him 2985, just 15 shy of 3000.

5) Rangers C Ivan Rodriguez had his knee surgery yesterday and the surgeon says he's optimistic that Rodriguez could be ready for spring training.

6) Diamondbacks RF Reggie Sanders missed yesterday's game, due to a strained muscle in left side. He's expected to be out of the lineup again today and hopes to be able to return on Tuesday. The team is off tomorrow.

Sanders is hitting .551 SLG, .332 OBA, .883 OPS, 6 RCAA, .542 OWP, 6.46 RC/G, 72 RC in 112 games. Starting with 1997, he's had a streak of positive RCAA in each odd year and negative in the even seasons.

7) Giants OF John Vander Wal left Friday's game, due to soreness in his left elbow, and MGR Dusty Baker says he'll be limited to pinch hitting over the next few days.

Vander Wal's hitting .453 SLG, .351 OBA, .804 OPS, 9 RCAA, .561 OWP, 72 RC in 131 games. This will be his 4th consecutive year with a positive RCAA and he has a chance at his 2nd consecutive year in double digits.

8) Cubs 1B Fred McGriff suffered a mild strain of his left hamstring yesterday and may miss 2 or 3 games.

Since the trade, McGriff's hitting .463 SLG, .381 OBA, .844 OPS, 4 RCAA, .576 OWP, 7.04 RC/G, 24 RC in 36 games.

9) Orioles 1B David Segui missed yesterday's game, sore to a sore left knee.

Segui's hitting .473 SLG, .406 OBA, .879 OPS, 20 RCAA, .673 OWP, 8.09 RC/G, 62 RC, but injuries have limited him to 82 games this season. If he maintains that RCAA, this will be his 3rd year, and 2nd consecutive season, with at least 20.

10) Braves P Tom Glavine had to leave yesterday's game, in the 6th, due to a blister. He's not expected to miss to have his next start. Meanwhile, 3B Chipper Jones had to leave yesterday's game, with a groin injury, and MGR Bobby Cox says Jones might not play today.

Glavine has a 3.66 ERA and 22 RSAA in 31 starts, to go along with a 14-7 record. This season puts Glavine past the 250 mark for career RSAA, making him the 41st pitcher to reach that level.

Jones is having another outstanding season, hitting .596 SLG, .413 OBA, 1.009 OPS, 54 RCAA, .726 OWP, 9.93 RC/G, 132 RC in 140 games. He could have his 2nd 1.000+ OPS in the past 3 years and 3rd 50+ RCAA season in the past 4.
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1) Mariners RF Ichiro Suzuki set the team record with 217 hits.

Meanwhile, yesterday's reports stated "Suzuki set the AL rookie record for singles in a season, with 173, breaking the mark of 170, set by Harvey Kuenn, in 1953."

But, the AP report I relied on got almost everything wrong. Kuenn's record was 167, while Suzuki's total, as of then, was 170. At least they got the part about Suzuki getting 3 singles correct, or maybe they just failed in their efforts to screw that detail up.

2) On Friday, Bret Boone set the Mariners record with his 13th SF of the season.

3) Angels SS David Eckstein set the team record with his 19th HBP of the season.

4) A's OF Johnny Damon was scratched from yesterday's lineup, due to a sore thumb, while 1B Jason Giambi was giving the day off, to rest his hamstring.

5) Redsox SS Mike Lansing had to leave yesterday's game, due to a bruised left knee.

Lansing's improved on his terrible -54 RCAA figure from last year, but is still have a bad year, hitting .384 SLG, .294 OBA, .677 OPS, -18 RCAA, .342 OWP, 4.04 RC/G, 41 RC in 106 games. He came into the season with -137 RCAA and -94 RCAP.

6) Braves C Javier Lopez was scratched from yesterday's lineup, due to a stomach flu.

7) Cardinals 2B Fernando Vina was scratched from yesterday's lineup, after having fluid drained from his left knee, and says he'll return today.

Vina's hitting .404 SLG, .353 OBA, .757 OPS, -1 RCAA, .494 OWP, 5.81 RC/G, 86 RC in 136 games. Starting in 1997, he's had a negative RCAA in each odd year and a positive figure each even season.

8) The Royals called up SS Angel Berroa, OF Brandon Berger and P Brad Voyles.

Berroa, 21, was ranked as the Royals's #6 prospect by Baseball America and was given a C+ grade by the Minor League Scouting Notebook. He was acquired from the A's in the Johnny Damon 3 way trade in January. Berroa came into the year with a .766 career OPS (.340 OBA, .426 SLG) in 2 minor league seasons, with all but 4 games being below AA. In Hi-A and AA this year, he had a .835 OPS (.340 OBA, .495 SLG) and is considered the team's SS of the future, although he'll probably won't get the starting job until 2003.

Voyles, 24, was ranked as the Braves's #27 prospect by Baseball America and was given a B- grade by the Minor League Scouting Notebook. He was acquired in the Rey Sanchez trade and came into the season with a 2.12 career ERA in 3 minor league seasons, all below AA. Pitching mostly in AA this year, he had a 0.53 ERA.

Berger, 26, never played above Hi-A until last year, when he had just a .531 OPS (.240 OBA, .291 SLG) in 27 games at that level. Then, he hit 40 HR, with a 1.031 OPS (.383 OBA, .648 SLG) in AA this season.

9) The Devil Rays called up C Paul Hoover and moved P Ariel Prieto from the 15 to the 60 day DL.

Hoover, 25, wasn't regarded as a good enough prospect to make it into the Minor League Scouting Notebook or Baseball America's top 30 prospect list for the Devil Rays. In AAA, he only had a .594 OPS (.260 OBA, .334 SLG) in 2001.

10) The A's activated OF Adam Piatt from the DL and sent him to the minors.
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1) The Indians are pushing Bartolo Colon's start back, from today to tomorrow, with Steve Woodard starting today.

According to MGR Charlie Manuel, "Bartolo said he feels fine, but an extra day of rest can only help." But, as rotowire.com noted, "If he truly felt fine, he wouldn't need any help."

2) Pirates SS Abraham Nunez had to leave yesterday's game due to a strained right hamstring and will be reevaluated today.

3) Glenn Beckert, the Cubs's starting 2B from 1965-73, before spending time with the Padres, is listed in critical condition after a fall at his aunt's house.

4) The Brewers called up C Jesse Levis and placed 3B Tyler Houston on the 60 day DL.

Levis has -26 RCAA and a .645 OPS in 307 career games.

Houston's out for the rest of the season with a foot injury.
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MULTIPLE SEASONS WITH 100+ RBI AND A NEGATIVE RCAP

T1 Dante Bichette 4
T1 Joe Carter 4
T3 Ernie Banks 3
T3 Zeke Bonura 3
T3 Bill Buckner 3
T3 Vinny Castilla 3
T3 Hugh Duffy 3
T3 Eric Karros 3
T3 Tino Martinez 3
T10 Garret Anderson 2
T10 Tony Armas 2
T10 Gus Bell 2
T10 Albert Belle 2
T10 Steve Brodie 2
T10 Rico Brogna 2
T10 Del Ennis 2
T10 Cecil Fielder 2
T10 Andres Galarraga 2
T10 Ray Jablonski 2
T10 Jackie Jensen 2
T10 Wally Pipp 2
T10 Ruben Sierra 2
T10 Gus Suhr 2
T10 Hal Trosky 2
T10 Mo Vaughn 2
T10 Rudy York 2
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WORST RCAP, SEASON, 30+ HR

YEAR RCAP HR
1 Vinny Castilla 1999 -37 33
2 Tony Armas 1983 -33 36
3 Lee May 1970 -27 34
T4 Joe Carter 1987 -24 32
T4 Dante Bichette 1999 -24 34
T6 Cecil Fielder 1995 -23 31
T6 Eric Karros 2000 -23 31
T6 Rafael Palmeiro 1997 -23 31
T9 Dave Kingman 1986 -22 35
T9 Andres Galarraga 1995 -22 31
T9 Richie Sexson 1999 -22 31
T9 Sammy Sosa 1997 -22 31
T9 Butch Hobson 1977 -22 31
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WORST RCAP, SEASON, 100+ RBI

YEAR RCAP RBI
1 Vinny Castilla 1999 -37 102
2 Tony Armas 1983 -33 107
T3 Joe Carter 1997 -31 102
T3 Rico Brogna 1998 -31 104
5 Rico Brogna 1999 -30 102
6 Joe Carter 1990 -29 115
T7 Moose Solters 1936 -27 134
T7 Jeff King 1997 -27 112
T9 Bill Buckner 1986 -26 102
T9 Ernie Banks 1969 -26 106
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WORST RCAP, SEASON, 30+ HR AND 100+ RBI

YEAR RCAP HR RBI
1 Vinny Castilla 1999 -37 33 102
2 Tony Armas 1983 -33 36 107
T3 Joe Carter 1987 -24 32 106
T3 Dante Bichette 1999 -24 34 133
T5 Rafael Palmeiro 1997 -23 38 110
T5 Eric Karros 2000 -23 31 106
T7 Richie Sexson 1999 -22 31 116
T7 Sammy Sosa 1997 -22 36 119
T7 Andres Galarraga 1995 -22 36 119
T7 Butch Hobson 1977 -22 36 119
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MOST HITS, SEASON, MARINERS

1 Ichiro Suzuki 2001 217
2 Alex Rodriguez 1996 215
3 Alex Rodriguez 1998 213
4 Phil Bradley 1985 192
5 Ken Griffey Jr. 1997 185
6 Harold Reynolds 1989 184
7 Bret Boone 2001 183
8 Edgar Martinez 1995 182
9 Edgar Martinez 1992 181
T10 Willie Horton 1979 180
T10 Ken Griffey Jr. 1998 180
T10 Edgar Martinez 2000 180
T10 Ken Griffey Jr. 1993 180
T10 Jack Perconte 1984 180
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MOST SACRIFICE FLIES, SEASON, MARINERS

1 Bret Boone 2001 13
T2 Jeffrey Leonard 1989 12
T2 Ken Griffey Jr. 1997 12
4 Alex Rodriguez 2000 11
T5 Jay Buhner 1996 10
T5 John Olerud 2000 10
T5 Alvin Davis 1991 10
T5 Bruce Bochte 1979 10
T5 Mike Cameron 2001 10
T10 Ken Griffey Jr. 1991 9
T10 Jim Presley 1985 9
T10 Alvin Davis 1990 9
T10 Manny Castillo 1982 9
T10 David Segui 1998 9
T10 Pete O'Brien 1991 9
T10 Joey Cora 1997 9
T10 Russ Davis 1998 9
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MOST HIT BY PITCHES, SEASON, ANGELS

1 David Eckstein 2001 19
T2 Don Baylor 1978 18
T2 Rick Reichardt 1968 18
T4 Brian Downing 1986 17
T4 Brian Downing 1987 17
T6 Brian Downing 1988 14
T6 Mo Vaughn 2000 14
T8 Brian Downing 1985 13
T8 Rick Reichardt 1966 13
10 Don Baylor 1977 12
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