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Old 02-09-2005, 07:27 PM
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Mariners beat Yankees 5-1


SEATTLE - New York Yankees starter Jaret Wright was knocked out of the game by Raul Ibanez's sixth-inning line drive, and Miguel Ojeda's first home run with Seattle sent the Mariners to a 5-1 victory Thursday.

Wright left after being hit on the right collarbone and the right side of his neck. X-rays were negative.


The right-hander stayed down on the mound for a few minutes as players rushed to his aid and then helped him to his feet. Without taking any warmups, he walked to the dugout under his own power.

Wright pitched 5 1-3 innings, allowing one run and three hits.

It was his eighth start of the season, his fourth since coming off the 60-day disabled list on Aug. 15 following a shoulder injury.

After Wright came out, Tanyon Sturtze (4-3) walked Richie Sexson. Sturtze got Adrian Beltre to fly out, but Dave Hansen singled to score Ibanez from second and tie the score at 1.

That broke a streak of 19 scoreless innings by Yankees pitchers in the series. But they managed only a four-game split before heading to AL West-leading Oakland.

Ojeda, a light-hitting catcher acquired in a trade with San Diego on July 30, connected off Sturtze with one out in the seventh, his 13th major league homer. It came in his fifth game with the Mariners.

In the ninth, Ibanez singled and scored from first on Adrian Beltre's double off Ramiro Mendoza to make it 3-1. Jose Lopez added a two-run homer, his first of the season.

The Yankees began the day 21/2 games behind first-place Boston in the AL East and one game ahead of the Los Angeles Angels in the wild-card race.

New York took a 1-0 lead in the first with one out against Joel Pineiro. Hideki Matsui singled, Gary Sheffield walked and Alex Rodriguez singled to center for his 106th RBI.

In his 25th start of 2005, Pineiro pitched 6 2-3 innings, giving up one run and five hits with seven strikeouts. After replacing Pineiro in the seventh, George Sherrill (3-2) struck out Matsui with a runner on first to end the inning.

Pineiro, Sherrill, J.J. Putz and Eddie Guardado combined to limit the Yankees to six hits. Seattle had eight hits off four pitchers.

Notes: It was Mendoza's first major league appearance since Oct. 2, 2004, with Boston. ... 1B Tino Martinez is expected to miss three to four days with a strained right rib cage, Yankees manager Joe Torre said before the game. Martinez injured himself on a check swing before grounding into a double play in the seventh inning of Wednesday night's 2-0 victory. As insurance, the Yankees called up 1B Andy Phillips from Triple-A Columbus. ... The Yankees have sold more than 4 million tickets for the 2005 regular season, setting a franchise record and approaching Toronto's AL record of 4,057,947 tickets sold in 1993. They have sold approximately 4,038,000 tickets, an increase of more than 236,000 at this point in 2004. ... The Yankees won the season series 7-3.
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Old 02-09-2005, 08:29 PM
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Tis getting to the sharp end of the season.

An Baltimoe team that hasnt played for quite a while travels to the Red Sox, meanwhile those damned Yankees go to the A's who are tied for first place in the west.

The season standings in the east will be decided by the meetings between the good guys and New York.

September means divisional rivals meet for the month.

It should be close unless the boston pitching staff can get a grip and throw some good games

Edit: 03/09 - Both lost!

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Old 02-09-2005, 08:55 PM
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Tis getting to the sharp end of the season.

An Baltimoe team that hasnt played for quite a while travels to the Red Sox, meanwhile those damned Yankees go to the Angels who are tied for first place in the west.

The season standings in the east will be decided by the meetings between the good guys and New York.

September means divisional rivals meet for the month.

It should be close unless the boston pitching staff can get a grip and throw some good games


SHOUld be fun!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 02-09-2005, 08:56 PM
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Maybe we should start a PROC BoSox fan club

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Old 02-09-2005, 09:30 PM
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Maybe we should start a PROC BoSox fan club


would we have enough fans for that???
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Old 03-09-2005, 07:45 AM
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would we have enough fans for that???
Probably not
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Old 03-09-2005, 10:48 PM
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I'd get involved in that no bother. Maybe include all the Boston teams, Pats, Bruins, Celtics.
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Old 03-09-2005, 11:13 PM
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I'd get involved in that no bother. Maybe include all the Boston teams, Pats, Bruins, Celtics.
Ice hockey.

Now there is a game that comes close to hurling.

During the Charlton Ireland era, I once got the bleachers in da gaaden singing Ole Ole Ole at a Bruins-Sabres play-off game.

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Old 04-09-2005, 04:47 AM
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belfast giants kick ass at ice hockey!
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