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Latest: Friday September 22, 2000 03:23 AM

0 -- Undefeated road trips in Mariners history before Seattle went 6-0 against Baltimore and Tampa Bay. Rafael Furcal
Rafael Furcal has a .493 slugging percentage in September -- nearly 200 points higher than his August number. Chris Stanford/Allsport
.272 -- Batting average by Reggie Sanders since the All-Star break. The Braves left fielder, who hit .179 in the first half, has raised his average to .211.
1 -- Runs scored by the Diamondbacks in a three-game series against the Dodgers from Sept. 18-20. Los Angeles only scored four in the three-game sweep, two on game-winning bottom-of-the-ninth home runs.
2 -- Teams that don't have at least one 10-game winner this season -- the Pirates (Kris Benson and Jose Silva have nine) and the Royals (Jeff Suppan has nine).
2.58 -- ERA by Mets lefty Mike Hampton since May 1. Hampton had a 6.99 ERA in April.
3 -- Home runs by Braves rookie speedster Rafael Furcal in September, after not hitting a home run in his first 104 games.
5 -- Years between victories by Red Sox pitcher Steve Ontiveros, who pitched 2 1/3 innings of shutout relief in Boston's 9-8 win against Cleveland on Sept. 21.
6 -- Home runs in a five-game span from Sept. 17-21 by Expos star Vladimir Guerrero. He had seven homers in his prior 30 games.
10 -- Mariners who have driven in 120 or more runs in a season, all in the past five years. Edgar Martinez and Alex Rodriguez have accomplished the feat this season.
11-0 -- Record by Los Angeles' Matt Herges coming out of the bullpen this season. The rookie right-hander, however, was 0-3 as a starter.
12 -- Balls that have hit the Tropicana Field catwalks this season. Seattle's Jay Buhner, however, became only the second person to hit a ball that did not come down, joining former Devil Ray Jose Canseco.
15 -- Back-to-back homers by the Cardinals this season, tying the NL record held by the 1956 Reds.
18 -- RBIs by Reds outfielder Alex Ochoa in September. Ochoa had 18 RBIs in all of June, July and August combined.
19 -- Years since the Cleveland Indians' last no-hitter (Len Barker's 1981 perfect game). Bartolo Colon threw a one-hitter against the Yankees on Sept. 18.
19-22 -- New York Mets' record against NL East teams this season. The Mets are 4-6 against Atlanta, 3-7 against Philadelphia, 6-6 against Florida and 6-3 against Montreal.
22 -- Times in major league history a player has had 30 homers and 30 steals in the same season. With his next homer, Florida's Preston Wilson will join the club.
45 -- First-inning hits allowed by Greg Maddux in 33 games this season. Batters are hitting .321 off the four-time Cy Young winner in the first inning, only .228 after it.
46 -- Major league hitters with 100 or more strikeouts this season.
80 -- Errors made by Anaheim's starting infield of 3B Troy Glaus (31), 2B Adam Kennedy (18), SS Benji Gil (17) and 1B Mo Vaughn (14).
83 -- Years since the last time the Chicago White Sox won 100 games in a season. The White Sox, however, will need to win nine of their final 10 games to reach the mark.
91 -- Walks by Milwaukee pitcher Jimmy Haynes, compared to only 81 strikeouts.
104 -- Days younger David Wells was compared to Allie Reynolds when each pitcher won 20 games in a season for the first time. At 37 years, 124 days, Wells became the second-oldest to have his first 20-win season. Reynolds was 37 years, 228 days old when he did it in 1952 for the Yankees.
185 -- Hits by Sammy Sosa this season, which is tied for fifth in the NL. Sosa is only 15 away from becoming the fourth player in history -- and first since Jimmie Foxx in 1932 -- to have 50 homers and 200 hits in the same season.
445 -- Combined career games pitched by Alan and Andy Benes. The brothers appeared in the same game for only the second time -- back-to-back, no less -- in a Sept. 21 loss against Houston.
3,794 -- Pitches thrown by Diamondbacks ace Randy Johnson this season, most in the majors. Texas' Rick Helling leads the AL with 3,629.

All stats as of Sept. 21

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