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Prime Rate. When the Twins beat the Tigers 21-7 last Saturday, Minnesota became the first team since the 1950 Red Sox to score more than 20 runs in two games in the same season. (The Twins had also beaten Boston 21-2...
April 04, 1994 | Tom Verducci
For all those not quite sleepless in Seattle, the Mariners will rebroadcast their Opening Day game in Cleveland later that same night. With every pitch included, but all the stalling and scratching zapped out, what's...
April 19, 1993 | Peter Hirdt/Elias Sports Bureau
In his last 13 starts, dating back to an August talk he had with alltime strikeout king Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson (right) has a 6-2 record for a Mariner team that, as of Sunday, had gone 18-28 over that same span...
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June 05, 1989 | Compiled by James E. Reynolds
BASKETBALL—The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Phoenix Suns four games to none in the Western Conference finals, and the Chicago Bulls and the Detroit Pistons were tied 2-2 in the Eastern Conference playoffs (page 24).