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August 11, 1986 | Peter Gammons
WELFARE CADILLACSThe Pirates are paying Lee Mazzilli $600,000, Sixto Lezcano $625,000, Jason Thompson $800,000, Johnny Le-Master $500,000 and Steve Kemp $1,200,000 not to play.
August 09, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
SIXTO LEZCANO: The San Diego Padres outfielder batted .519 and drove across a dozen runs. His 14 hits in 27 trips to the plate included nine extra-base blows—five round-trippers and four doubles.
May 03, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
SIXTO LEZCANO: The Padre outfielder, who was obtained from the Cardinals during the off-season, batted .571, hit two home runs and a pair of triples, drove across nine runs and scored eight times.