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Postby wrveres » Tue Jul 22, 2003 2:14 am

Notes From Monday's Games
July 22, 2003 AP wrote:AMERICAN LEAGUE

Tigers-Red Sox

DETROIT: RHP Jeremy Bonderman allowed five earned runs in the second inning Monday. The rookie hadn't allowed more than four earned runs in any of his previous 16 starts. He left after failing to retire the first two batters in the third inning, the shortest outing of his 19-game career. ... LHP Mike Maroth is scheduled to make his team-leading 21st start of the season Tuesday night against Derek Lowe. ... The Tigers started the game having hit into the fewest double plays in the majors, 55. They also have the lowest on-base percentage in the majors. ... Shane Halter started his 16th game at shortstop. He also has six starts at first, 14 at second, nine at third and three at designated hitter. ... In their previous seven meetings this year, Boston outscored Detroit 39-16.

BOSTON: 1B Kevin Millar was sporting cornrows, one day after CF Johnny Damon had the same hairdo. On Monday, Damon had changed back to a full head of black hair. ... RHP John Burkett made his second consecutive start against Detroit and, for the second straight game, pitched a hitless first inning. In his previous seven games, he allowed 15 runs in his first inning. ... Boston totaled eight runs in its previous four games before beating Toronto 9-4 on Sunday. ... DH Jeremy Giambi's two-run single in the second gave him two hits in two at-bats since being activated from the disabled list last Thursday after a season-long slump. He started the night with a .180 batting average in 111 at bats.


Rangers-Orioles

TEXAS: The Rangers purchased the contract of RHP Robert Ellis and recalled LHP Erasmo Ramirez from Triple-A Oklahoma of the Pacific Coast League. Both were in uniform and the bullpen Monday in Baltimore; however Ellis is expected to start Friday against the Seattle Mariners. To make room for Ellis and Ramirez, the Rangers optioned RHP Ryan Drese to Oklahoma and designated LHP Tony Mounce for assignment. ... Juan Gonzalez was not in the lineup Monday against the Orioles after he recieved two treatments on a strained calf muscle. A decision regarding his status will be made Wednesday or Thursday, manager Buck Showalter said. ... Ricardo Rodriguez, acquired last week in a trade from Cleveland, will join the Rangers Thursday in Texas.

BALTIMORE: The Orioles on Monday purchased the contract of catcher Robert Machado from Triple-A Ottawa, one day after Baltimore sent backup catcher Geronimo Gil to the same minor league club. Machado was in uniform Monday night for the game against Texas. ... Luis Matos was named AL player of the week after batting .600 and driving in four runs in four games after the All-Star break. "It's kind of exciting to be elected for that," he said. "I won it in the minors and everything, but here in the big leagues is more special." ... RHP Sidney Ponson said Monday that the proposal tendered by the Orioles on Saturday wasn't nearly enough to keep him in Baltimore. "I don't like what they offered me, but that's a start," Ponson said. ... The Orioles were seeking their season-high fifth straight win Monday.


Blue Jays-Yankees

TORONTO: LHP Mark Hendrickson was recalled from Class-A Dunedin to make the start and RHP Corey Thurman was optioned to Triple-A Syracuse. ... RHP Roy Halladay (14-2) puts his 14-game winning streak on the line Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, one shy of the club record set by Roger Clemens in 1998. It's the longest winning streak in the majors since Clemens won 16 straight decisions for the Yankees in 2001. Halladay's last loss came April 15 at New York. ... One night after making a sensational catch while nearly tumbling over the right-field fence at Fenway Park, Bobby Kielty played first base. Kielty entered 6-for-14 with a homer, three RBIs and five runs scored in four games with Toronto since being acquired from Minnesota in a trade last Wednesday. "He's a great acquisition," manager Carlos Tosca said. "He brings so much versatility. I can hit him just about anywhere I want to in the order. He's our kind of guy. He plays the game the right way. I'm thrilled to have him." ... As the trade deadline approaches, Toronto entered seven games behind Boston, the AL wild card leader. "We're pretty much status quo right now," general manager J.P. Ricciardi said. "We're not in a position to add anybody. We're just going to see how the next couple of weeks play out."

NEW YORK: CF Bernie Williams entered 6-for-34 (.176) since coming off the disabled list July 9. "It looks like he's feeling for the ball, and he's aware of it," manager Joe Torre said. "He's just not comfortable. Physically, he's fine. Right now it just looks like he's waving at the ball instead of swinging at it." ... 1B-DH Nick Johnson, recovering from a broken right hand, began a rehab stint with Double-A Trenton after going 3-for-6 in two games with Triple-A Columbus. Torre said Johnson could be back as early as this weekend in Boston or next week on the West Coast. ... SS Derek Jeter came in hitting .417 in 26 games since June 17, raising his batting average from a season-low .246 to a team-leading .319.


Angels-Devil Rays

ANAHEIM: RHP Mickey Callaway (right shoulder) is scheduled to be activated from the 15-day disabled list Wednesday. He has been on the DL since June 6. ... SS David Eckstein and 3B Troy Glaus have struggled recently. Manager Mike Scioscia hopes Eckstein, who has hit ninth 11 times this season, will stay in the leadoff role for a long time. Scioscia also still considers Glaus a tough out. "Hopefully we can start to see the pieces of our offense fall into place," Scioscia said. ... RHP Ramon Ortiz, Tuesday's scheduled starter, will be looking for his 50th career win.

TAMPA BAY: GM Chuck LaMar did not rule out the Devil Rays being active in the trade market before next month's deadline. "I think we'll have an opportunity to make a trade or two," LaMar said. ... LaMar said talks are continuing with Delmom Young, who was taken first overall in June's draft. ... OF Carl Crawford served the final game of a three-game suspension for his participation in a fight during a game last month against Pittsburgh. Manager Lou Piniella said INF Marlon Anderson, who appealed his three-game suspension last week stemming from the same incident, should learn his fate soon. "We expect Marlon will serve his in pretty short order," Piniella said.


Mariners-Twins

SEATTLE: The Mariners' offense is slumping again, like it did last year. Entering this series, Seattle was averaging just 3.9 runs in its last 35 games. The Mariners' were just 17-18 in those games. Also, in losing three of four to Kansas City, Seattle's 3-4-5 hitters were just 8-for-41 (.195). ... General manager Pat Gillick, speaking before Monday's game at Minnesota, said a trade for a hitter is a possibility but not imminent. "If we get healthy, we'll be all right," he said. ... Seattle has won just one of its last five series. ... Gillick said closer Kazuhiro Sasaki (ribcage) could return at the end of the next homestand and SS Carlos Guillen (groin) could be back in a few days. ... RF Ichiro Suzuki, who was hit by a pitch on Saturday and not in the starting lineup Sunday, was back in the leadoff spot Monday against the Twins. ... 3B Jeff Cirillo got a rest Monday. He's batting just .212 with no hits in his last 18 at-bats. "He's trying. He's certainly not packing it in or giving up," Gillick said.

MINNESOTA: The Minnesota Twins have discovered that first-round draft pick Matt Moses has a heart condition, delaying the completion of his contract. The Twins learned of the problem in a routine post-draft physical. "There was an abnormality on the EKG," general manager Terry Ryan said Monday. "We're going to follow up on it and make sure it's fine before finalizing the deal." Ryan said the tests were sent to a heart specialist in Miami for a diagnosis. Moses is in Fort Myers, Fla., waiting for clearance to begin playing with the Twins' team in the rookie-level Gulf Coast League. ... Manager Ron Gardenhire was going to give rookie Justin Morneau a start at DH, but Shannon Stewart's foot is still sore, so he was the DH with Dustan Mohr playing RF. ... To fill in for OF Lew Ford (forearm), the Twins called up 1B Todd Sears from Triple-A Rochester. That gives them two left-handed hitters off the bench, plus a bevy of first basemen with starter Doug Mientkiewicz, Morneau and Sears and Matthew LeCroy and Denny Hocking also capable of playing there. "Call it really deep at first," Gardenhire said. "We've got first base covered, I'll tell you that."


Athletics-Royals

OAKLAND: Coming off a four-game sweep by the Minnesota Twins, the Athletics held a closed-door meeting prior to Monday's game. "We just had a little chat," Oakland manager Ken Macha said. "These guys just need to think positive. The series in Minnesota is over with, and we'll go forward." ... OF Eric Byrnes hit second in the lineup Monday. He hit in the seventh spot Sunday, the first time since May 16 that he has been in the lineup at a spot other than first. ... The Athletics' four-game losing streak is their second streak of more than two games in a row. They lost six in a row from April 10-15.

KANSAS CITY: The Royals activated RHP Kyle Snyder from the disabled list and INF Julius Matos was optioned to Triple-A Omaha. Snyder had been on the DL since July 1 with a right shoulder strain. ... Kansas City was 21-10 in series openers coming into the first of the two-games series against the Athletics. They have won 11 of their last 12 series openers. ... The Royals entered Monday's game 12-4 in July and needing just two more wins to clinch their first winning July since 1996. They finished above .500 in March (1-0), April (16-6) and June (15-12), and were 10-19 in May.


Indians-White Sox

CLEVELAND: The Indians placed INF Ricky Gutierrez on the 15-day disabled list because of residual effects from offseason neck surgery. Gutierrez will meet with team and personal doctors this week, but he said he will not return this season. He suffers from persistent myelopathy, a compression of the spinal cord. "I don't think anybody can predict whether or not he's going to be able to come all the way back or not," Indians manager Eric Wedge said. "We do know that he has to come further to be able do what he needs to do at this level." Gutierrez was activated from the 60-day DL on June 24 and played 16 games for the Indians, hitting .260 with three RBIs. Wedge said Gutierrez did the right thing by trying to play this season. "You have to find out where you're at," he said. "And really, the only way to do that is to do that at the major league level." With 12 rookies on the roster, Wedge said the team will miss Gutierrez's veteran presence. "Ricky's a guy, he gives you a lot of experience," he said. "There's something to be said for that, and he's a guy that's able to play second, short and third when he's healthy. But he has to be healthy to do that." The Indians activated infielder Angel Santos from Triple-A Buffalo to replace Gutierrez on the roster. He plays three infield positions, and fills the Indians need for defense. "He's a switch hitter," Wedge said. "He's a second baseman but he's definitely able to play shortstop and third base as well. That's where were a little thin right now is up the middle. I think that we're going to look for him right now to fill the void." Santos was acquired by the organization on June 23 from the Boston Red Sox in a deal that sent pitcher Jamie Brown to Boston. He hit .239 (11-for-46) with two homers and 18 RBIs in 13 games in Buffalo. Pitcher C.C. Sabathia turned 23 on Monday.

CHICAGO: White Sox manager Jerry Manuel will try to get utility INF Tony Graffanino more playing time. Coming into Monday night's game against Cleveland, Graffanino is 9-for-15 in his last four games, he started at shortstop Monday night. He hit a pinch-hit three-run homer on Saturday night against Detroit and went 3-for-5 on Sunday with two doubles and a triple. "We will do all we can to keep him in there," Manuel said. "Tomorrow he could possibly play third base to give Joe Crede a break. When you have a guy that's doing well, you have to ride him as long as possible." ... White Sox hitting coach Greg Walker will miss the next four days, while recovering from surgery on his right elbow. Carlos Lee hit a line drive off Walker's right elbow during a hitting session on Sunday, fracturing it. Harold Baines, the club's roaming hitting instructor, will fill in for Walker. ... Paul Konerko is 10-for-20 in his last five games and has raised his average from .183 to .213. Konerko had a career-low .197 average for the first half this season compared to .328 in 2002. "I think a lot of it was mental," said Manuel. ... The White Sox have won six of their last seven home games, and have hit 23 home runs in their last seven home games. "When it is hot the ball really jumps, when it is cool, it doesn't carry real well. "We had some bad weather earlier in the year, where we really struggled. For me, the hotter the better," said Manuel.


NATIONAL LEAGUE
Expos-Marlins

MONTREAL: OF Vladimir Guerrero struck out in his first at bat after returning from the disabled list Monday. With two strikes, he fouled off three pitches before missing an outside pitch. ... Guerrero and RHP Luis Ayala were the first Expos to return from the disabled list this season. Last season, the Expos lost injured players for a total of 116 games. This season, they have already lost 341 games to injury. ... Eric Knott was the first LHP to start for the Expos since Bruce Chen on May 19 last year, a span of 217 games.

FLORIDA: All-Star 2B Luis Castillo, given Sunday's game off, snapped an 0-for-19 stint with a single to right field in the first inning. ... First-round draft pick RHP Jeff Allison is to sign his contract Tuesday and work out with the team ... RHP Josh Beckett pitched his first game with his new number, 21. ... RHP Brad Penny struck out swinging as a pinch hitter in Sunday's 16-2 loss against the Chicago Cubs. "You go out there and swing and miss all the time, and you're going to lose your pinch hitting role to (Dontrelle) Willis," manager Jack McKeon joked before the game.


Astros-Pirates

HOUSTON: SS Adam Everett was out of the lineup for a third straight day Monday with a bruised right hand. He was hit with a pitch Friday. Geoff Blum, who filled in at 2B while Jeff Kent was on the disabled list, started at SS Monday. ... Houston is making its second trip to Pittsburgh since July 4, but the division rivals don't play again this season after Tuesday night's game. ... The Astros have outscored the Reds 25-2 in the first inning this season while winning 10 of 11. The teams play six more times this season, a pair of three-game series next month. Houston has twice swept Cincinnati in four-game series. ... Teammate Craig Biggio said Jeff Bagwell would be close to 500 homers if he hadn't played so many games at the spacious Astrodome, where balls hit to the outfield did not carry well. Bagwell, who hit his 400th homer Sunday, had only 126 homers in 2,324 at-bats at the Astrodome. He already has 75 homers in 1,060 at-bats at Minute Maid Park.

PITTSBURGH: C Humberto Cota was called up from Triple-A Nashville on Monday, in case C Jason Kendall's three-game suspension for fighting June 13 in Tampa Bay is upheld. Kendall's appeal will be heard Wednesday. ... Cota was with the Pirates from June 29-July 7, but did not appear in a game. ... RHP Kris Benson, the subject of numerous trade rumors, was scratched from Tuesday's scheduled start against Houston. Benson said his right shoulder is hurting again, but manager Lloyd McClendon said it's so he can work on smoothing out his delivery. Benson (5-9) missed a start last month when his shoulder was hurting, and McClendon also said at the time it was so he could work on his mechanics.?????Salomon Torres will start Tuesday against the Astros, but will be on a 70-to-75 pitch limit.


Mets-Phillies

NEW YORK: Mets manager Art Howe used his 81st different lineup in 98 games Monday. Rookie CF Jeff Duncan became the ninth player to bat leadoff and rookie SS Jose Reyes hit second for the first time. ... Steve Trachsel (8-6, 4.53 ERA) goes for his team-leading ninth win on Tuesday. He has won three of his last four decisions. ... 1B Jason Phillips extended his hitting streak to nine games with a first-inning single. ... The Mets lead the NL with 240 games started by a rookie. ... Joe McEwing hit his first homer - a solo shot off Brandon Duckworth - since May 11, 2002.

PHILADELPHIA: All-Star reliever Mike Williams joined the Phillies on Monday, a day after he was acquired from Pittsburgh. Williams, who had 71 saves in 80 chances for the Pirates the last two seasons, will be a setup man for closer Jose Mesa. "They have a great closer. I'm coming here to take his job," Williams said. "It's really no difference. You still have to get three outs." ... LHP Hector Mercado designated for assignment to make room for Williams. Mercado had a 5.79 ERA with one save in 13 games. ... SS Jimmy Rollins was out of the starting lineup for the fourth straight game with a strained hamstring. He could return Tuesday, or be held out until the Phillies play on a grass field against the Cubs on Wednesday. ... Kevin Millwood (10-6) goes for his 11th win on Tuesday. He has a 1.76 ERA in his last four starts.

Brewers-Reds

MILWAUKEE: LHP Matt Ford went on the 15-day DL after a medical test found that he had a sprained left elbow. The Brewers called up INF Bill Hall from Triple-A Indianapolis to take his place. Ford gave up five runs in 2 1-3 innings of a 6-3 loss to Pittsburgh on Sunday. He hadn't lasted longer than 4 1-3 innings in any of his four starts. Hall was hitting .287 with five homers at Indianapolis. Hall, the Brewers' minor league player of the year in 2000, made his debut in Cincinnati last Sept. 1. ... Geoff Jenkins doubled in the first inning, extending the Brewers' streak to 47 consecutive games with an extra-base hit. It's their longest streak since 2000, when they had one in 61 consecutive games.

CINCINNATI: Adam Dunn took 25 minutes of batting practice on the field before the rest of the team arrived. Dunn was in a 2-for-33 slump and was starting to lose sleep over his inability to produce. The slump dropped his average to .201. "I worry about everybody, but I'm not worried about his confidence," said manager Bob Boone, who worked with the outfielder. "It's a tough situation for him. He's always been a producer. It's frustrating for him when he comes up with the bases loaded and his team needs a hit and doesn't produce." :-) Dunn singled in his first at-bat. ... LHP Gabe White will throw in the bullpen on Tuesday. The Reds will then decide whether to send him on a rehab assignment. White has been on the disabled list since June 25 with a strained groin. ... The Reds honored Dayton Daily News beat writer Hal McCoy before the game. He threw a ceremonial pitch to team captain Barry Larkin. McCoy will be inducted into the writers' wing of the Hall of Fame on Sunday.


Cubs-Atlanta

CHICAGO: RHP Mark Prior was placed on the 15-day DL Monday, retroactive to July 12, with a right shoulder bruise. Prior, 8-5, was injured July 11 when he collided with Atlanta 2B Marcus Giles while running the bases. The club purchased the contract of RHP Sergio Mitre from Double-A West Tennessee. He is to start Tuesday against the Braves. To make room on the major league roster for Mitre, the Cubs transferred OF Corey Patterson to the 60-day DL. Patterson is out for the season with a torn ACL of his left knee. ... Sosa's first inning homer off Atlanta's Shane Reynolds was the fifth of his career off the right-hander.

ATLANTA: LF Chipper Jones, who missed the last two games after aggravating a sore left wrist with a check swing on Friday, was back in the starting lineup Monday night. The switch-hitter doesn't have any pain hitting left-handed, only when he bats right-handed. In the previous two games, the New York Mets started left-handed pitchers. Despite another lefty - Shawn Estes - starting for the Cubs, Jones said he was OK hitting from the right side. ... SS Rafael Furcal had not hit into a DP in 405 at-bats entering the game, best in the majors.


Cardinals-Padres

ST. LOUIS: OF Albert Pujols received a loud chorus of boos in his first at-bat. Pujols was at the center of controversy on July 11-12 when the teams meet in St. Louis. Pujols hit a walkoff home run on the 11th, then stood too long admiring the shot. The next day, Pujols was hit with a 68 mph curveball from RHP Adam Eaton in his first at-bat, prompting the ejection of Eaton, Pujols and Padres manager Bruce Bochy after a brief scuffle on the field. "Let's just let it die," said Pujols before the game. ... The Cardinals are 29- 4 against San Diego since the start of the 1999 season. ... CF Jim Edmonds was back in the starting lineup after missing two games in the Cardinals' last series because of a sore right shoulder. Edmonds was examined Monday by team orthopedist Dr. George Paletta, where he was given the OK to play.

SAN DIEGO: Bochy was ready to let the brawl go. "I think it's done," he said. "It's something that shouldn't have happened and was a little blown out of proportion and could have been handled a little bit better." ... The Padres sustained a couple of minor injuries during batting practice. RHP Rod Beck was hit in the back of the head with a batted ball and 2B Mark Loretta ripped his right thumb nail off while fielding a ground ball. Beck, the club's closer, who has pitched in three straight games, was being observed by team trainers, but Bochy said he thinks Beck will be available. Loretta was in the starting lineup.


Rockies-Dodgers

COLORADO: LHP Denny Neagle, who left Sunday's start after four innings because of inflammation in his elbow, was in Denver on Monday for an MRI to determine whether he will have to go on the DL. He missed the first 71 games with stiffness in his elbow. "That's a precautionary measure you want to take now," manager Clint Hurdle said. "I don't want to jump to conclusions right now because I'm not a doctor, but there's obviously some caution here and heightened concern because the symptoms are similar to what kept him down for a very long period of time. He's very limited. I can't imagine the frustration, from an individual standpoint with an injury like that - the time and effort he's put into his rehab program, and then to have it jump right back like that." ... RF Larry Walker, who sat out the previous two games with what was initially described as a groin injury, was back in the lineup after getting examined by Los Angeles Dodgers team physician Dr. Michael Mellman - in order to rule out any symptoms of a hernia or a swollen lymph gland. ... Four-time Gold Glove C Charles Johnson, hitting just .222, was benched for the third time in four games in favor of Bobby Estalella. "Charles in not hurting. We're trying to give Charles more time to find his stroke," Hurdle said. "He's struggled dramatically with the bat the last three weeks - and I don't anticipate him getting much better tomorrow against (Hideo) Nomo, who has 15 punchouts against him in 23 at-bats." ... SS Juan Uribe, who turns 24 on Tuesday, is the last of four Rockies players to observe a birthday in a six-day span - including Jason Jennings (25), Preston Wilson (29) and Johnson (32).

LOS ANGELES: RHP Guillermo Mota is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday morning in Glendale superior court on misdemeanor DUI charges stemming from an incident in the early morning hours of Apr. 21, when he was stopped by the California Highway Patrol for speeding and failed a subsequent breathalyzer test. If convicted, Mota faces up to six months in jail, fines and suspension of his driver's license. He was not required to attend the arraignment. ... Dave Roberts took early batting practice at Dodger Stadium, then hopped an early evening flight for Ogden, Utah, to begin a three-day rehab assignment with the Dodgers' Pioneer Rookie League team. He has not played since July 1 because of an injured right hamstring that landed him on the DL earlier this season. "I feel great - a lot better than I did the last time I came off the DL," Roberts said. "It's just a matter of getting back into baseball-playing shape. I'm just going to play it by ear and be honest with myself and make sure I'm ready to go this time." ... All-Star C Paul Lo Duca made his 13th start this season at 1B while Fred McGriff recovers from a groin injury. Lo Duca also has started six games in LF. The steady improvement of David Ross - who was called up from the minors on May 5 to replace injured C Todd Hundley - has allowed Lo Duca to display his versatility. "I still love to catch, but whatever it takes and wherever they need me to play, that's what I'm going to do," Lo Duca said. "It's not easy playing a lot of different positions, but I don't mind it. David's done a great job - not only on the offensive end, but handling the pitching staff. With all the injuries, we need him in the lineup. And he's proven that he can play at this level." Ross' six homers in 78 at-bats already are as many as Lo Duca has in 345 at-bats.

Diamondbacks-Giants

ARIZONA: The Diamondbacks recalled INF Junior Spivey from the 15-day disabled list. He had been out since June 15 with a left ankle sprain and was on rehab assignment with Triple-A Tucson. Spivey was hitting .255 with nine homers and 30 RBIs. To make room for Spivey, Arizona optioned outfielder Luis Terrero to Tucson. ... LHP Randy Johnson, who pitched for the first time Sunday in 2½ months after coming off the disabled list before the game, will be evaluated this week to determine whether he'll make his next start, Friday at Los Angeles. ... Arizona entered Monday's game 0-for-2 this season at Pacific Bell Park.

SAN FRANCISCO: CF Marquis Grissom was in the starting lineup a day after bruising his left kneecap while running into the wall to make a catch. "We'll monitor him during the game," trainer Stan Conte said. Grissom has been icing the knee several times a day. "I'm all right. It's not bad," he said. ... The Giants are undecided on their starting pitcher for Thursday. RHP Jason Schmidt was originally slated to start but he has mild tendinitis in the area around his right elbow. He is doubtful to pitch, so the Giants will either call someone up or use LHP reliever Chad Zerbe in a spot start. "If wee keep pushing him a little harder, we know it will get worse," Conte said of Schmidt. ... LHP Kirk Rueter (shoulder inflammation) will throw a bullpen session Tuesday and is eligible to come off the 15-day DL on Thursday. Conte wants Rueter to pitch Friday, rather than fill in for Schmidt on Thursday. ... C Benito Santiago, on the DL with a dislocated left pinkie finger, began catching again Monday as part of his rehab.
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Postby Chicago » Tue Jul 22, 2003 2:29 am

Thanks for posting this. :) very insightful!
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Postby Giants Rule » Tue Jul 22, 2003 2:42 am

This is very good info, Wrvers. Can you please keep posting it everyday (if you're not already doing it). Much appreciated. ;-D
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Postby jdh » Tue Jul 22, 2003 3:04 am

If you want to be able to access the "notes from games" articles yourself, you can get them on Yahoo sports at this URL:

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Postby Giants Rule » Tue Jul 22, 2003 3:15 am

Bookmarked. Thanks.
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