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Posted: Wednesday June 07, 2000 02:24 AM

0 -- Times Montreal has had two players with 100 RBIs in the same season. The Expos have four -- Vladimir Guerrero (49), Lee Stevens (45), Rondell White (41) and Jose Vidro (40) -- on pace for more than 100 this season. Damon Buford
Chicago's Damon Buford is one of 74 players in double figures in homers, already matching his career high with 10.Allsport
.520 -- Jeffrey Hammonds' batting average this season with runners in scoring position and two outs. The Rockies left fielder is 13-for-25 with 23 RBIs.
0.78 -- ERA of Minnesota's Eric Milton over his past three starts since allowing nine runs in 2 1/3 innings in a May 13 loss to Seattle. The Twins southpaw has allowed only 10 hits in his past 23 innings.
3 -- Players since 1990 who have hit .500 in a month with at least 50 at-bats -- Roberto Alomar, (.500 for Baltimore in September, 1997), Larry Walker (.528 for Colorado in September, 1998) and Todd Helton (.512 for Colorado in May, 2000).
4 -- American League pitchers who hit safely in the first series of interleague play - Minnesota's Joe Mays and Sean Bergman and Tampa Bay's Steve Trachsel and Esteban Yan. In all, AL pitchers were 4-for-65 (.061).
5 -- Times the Cubs' Eric Young and the Reds' Barry Larkin each have stolen third base, the most in the majors. Cleveland's Roberto Alomar is the AL leader with four.
6 -- Wins by Rockies reliever Gabe White in May, the most of any major league pitcher. White allowed only one run in 12 appearances in the month.
8 -- Home runs by Marlins first baseman Derrek Lee, all solo shots on the road.
8.9 -- At-bats per home run by Boston's Carl Everett, the fewest in the American League.
10 -- Starting pitchers used by both the Devil Rays and Angels this season, most in the majors.
12 -- Teams with a staff ERA higher than 5.00. Only three -- Boston, Arizona and Atlanta -- have an ERA below 4.00.
13 -- Former No. 1 picks in the majors, ranging from 1977 top pick Harold Baines to '98 No. 1 Pat Burrell.
15-6 -- Colorado's record since Larry Walker was placed on the disabled list on May 11. The Rockies were 15-18 with Walker in the lineup.
16 -- Earned runs allowed by Yankees pitcher David Cone in his past three starts, all losses.
21.6 -- Baserunners per nine innings allowed by John Rocker this season. He has walked 25 men in 18 1/3 innings.
27 -- Players in baseball history who have 400 homers and 2,000 hits. Tampa Bay first baseman Fred McGriff joined both clubs this past week.
31 -- Consecutive games the Reds have won when they have led going into the ninth inning, a streak that dates to Sept. 16, 1999.
33 -- Relief appearances by Montreal's Steve Kline, which leads the majors. Kline had five saves in five games in a span from June 1-5.
35 -- Runs Rickey Henderson needs to tie Pete Rose for fourth place on the all-time runs list at 2,165. Henderson has scored 10 runs in his 14 games since signing with the Mariners.
66 -- Double plays grounded into by the Texas Rangers, 11 more than any other team. Catcher Ivan Rodriguez is tied for the major league lead with 13.
74 -- Major leaguers who have hit 10 or more home runs this season.
98-2 -- Greg Maddux's record since the 1991 All-Star break when the Braves have given five or more runs of support. Maddux received a no-decision June 3 despite getting six runs of support against the Yankees. Atlanta won the game 11-7.
165 -- Wins by Chuck Finley in his 14 seasons with the Angels. The Indians southpaw beat Anaheim for the first time May 31.
207 -- Runs scored by the Detroit Tigers in their first 53 games, an average of 3.9 per game. The Tigers have been shut out a league-leading eight times and have scored two or fewer runs in 25 times.
5,287 -- Fans in attendance for the Cubs game against Atlanta on June 1, the smallest crowd at Wrigley since a Sept. 23, 1986 game against Montreal (4,684).

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