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Posted: Tuesday June 13, 2000 05:42 PM

.453 -- Batting average by Mets catcher Mike Piazza on the road this season, the highest in the majors. Piazza, however, is only hitting .287 at Shea Stadium. Darin Erstad
Anaheim's Darin Erstad reached 100 hits in a season faster than any player in the past 66 years.
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1 -- Teams that have not pitched a shutout this season -- the Colorado Rockies. The Rockies, however, have been shut out four times.
2 -- Hits allowed by Pedro Martinez in 47 at-bats with runners in scoring position, a minuscule average of .043.
3.62 -- Jose Lima's ERA in his past four starts, which included two losses and two no-decisions. The Astros right-hander had an ERA of 8.77 in his first nine starts.
4 -- Home runs by Cleveland's Russ Branyan in his first 15 at-bats this season. Branyan had one homer in 42 career at-bats entering 2000.
5 -- Times in his first six major league starts in which Montreal's Tony Armas Jr. has allowed two or fewer earned runs.
6 -- Saves by the Houston Astros, the fewest of any team. There are 29 different pitchers with at least six saves in the majors.
7 -- Grand slams hit by the Oakland A's, which leads the majors and is one shy of the single-season franchise record (1999). Matt Stairs is tied for the major league lead with three.
8 -- Consecutive starts in which Cubs right-hander Kevin Tapani has pitched at least seven innings.
11-0 -- Record of the New York Yankees when Jorge Posada homers. The Yankees catcher hit his 12th homer of the season - matching his 1999 total - in the 13-5 win over the Mets on June 10.
11 -- Home runs hit by Ken Griffey Jr. that have either tied the score or given the Reds the lead. Griffey has hit 18 homers, through June 11.
13 -- Teams that have already drawn more than 1 million fans at home -- Orioles, Indians, Yankees, Mariners, Rangers, Diamondbacks, Braves, Cubs, Reds, Rockies, Astros, Giants and Cardinals.
15 -- Consecutive games in which the White Sox have homered, through June 11, one shy of the club record set in 1987.
21 -- Players who already have more than 50 RBIs.
31 1/3 -- Innings Arizona pitcher Brian Anderson went between walks. Anderson last walked a batter on May 12 before allowing a first-inning walk to Mark Grace on June 7.
35 -- Home runs Cal Ripken Jr. is on pace to hit. Ripken, who has already hit 13 this season, has hit more than 30 only once In his career (34 in 1991).
39 -- Intentional walks allowed by the Brewers, by far the most in the majors. The Athletics and Rockies are tied for second with 25.
49 -- Hits allowed by the Braves starting rotation of Greg Maddux, Terry Mulholland, John Burkett, Tom Glavine and Kevin Millwood in a combined 24 1/3 innings in a span from June 3-7.
58 -- Consecutive games in which the Pirates had an extra-base hit, a streak which was snapped in Pittsburgh's 2-1 loss to Kansas City on June 10.
61 -- Games it took Angels outfielder Darin Erstad to reach 100 hits this season, the fastest since Heinie Manush did it in 60 for the Washington Senators in 1934.
82 -- Pinch hits by Dave Hansen in his Dodgers career, second only to Manny Mota (106) on the team's all-time list.
85 -- Career triples by Arizona's Steve Finley, the most of any active player. Finley, however, has not tripled yet this season.
87 -- Bases the Florida Marlins have attempted to steal this season, which leads the majors. The Marlins have been successful 66 times, including 26 by Luis Castillo.
127 -- Points Tony Gwynn has raised his batting average by since returning from the disabled list on May 16. Gwynn is hitting .313 as of June 11.
586 -- Managerial wins by Dusty Baker, through June 11, tied for the most in San Francisco history. With the Giants' next win, Baker will pass Roger Craig.


All stats as of June 11

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