•Joaquin Andujar of the Houston Astros has been on the disabled list five times since April 1987.
•Texas Rangers leftfielder Pete Incaviglia was the last major league regular player to get a hit. He went 0 for 18 before singling in the Rangers' eighth game.
•Steve Carlton of the Minnesota Twins has gone 16-36 since the beginning of 1985.
•Jesse Orosco's one-inning save of the Dodgers' 4-3 win over the Padres on April 13 included 31 pitches and eight trips to the mound by catcher Mike Scioscia. However, there were no balks.
QUOTES OF THE WEEK
•California Angels broadcaster and former Chicago White Sox pitcher Ken Brett: "Our 1976 White Sox team was so bad that by the fifth inning Bill Veeck was selling hot dogs to go."
•Red Sox pitcher Oil Can Boyd: "I am a psychology major, but I can't see myself as a psychologist."