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Boston Red Sox at Oakland Athletics (Games 33-35)

The Oakland Athletics' bats seemed to be too much to muster for the Red Sox, as the A's take two of three as they continue to keep their spot atop the AL with seven games left.


 What was the Rickey factor in this series?


He hasn't played much of a factor since the beginning of the season. He's struggled a bit in his past couple series.

Here's his series stats: 5 for 13 (.385), 2 2B, RBI, SB, 3 R, SAC FLY, 3 K's
Here's his season stats: 47 for 130 (.362), 10 2B, 1 3B, 10 HR, 22 RBI, 22 BB, 22 SB, 2 SAC, 35 R

The funny thing is, he's hitting .362 and he's cooled off. wink



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New York Mets at Pittsburgh Pirates (Games 33-35)

It was a very close series, but the Mets keep their pennant hopes alive as they take two of three from the Pirates. All three games of the series were decided by two runs or less, and now the Mets still sit in second place, just barely behind the Reds.

Game 1 - The Mets lead 2-0 in the bottom of the 7th when the Pirates would score six times in the 7th inning for a commanding 6-2 lead. Bill Landrum would come in for relief, when he promptly gave up six runs of his own to give the lead right back. Darryl Strawberry went 2 for 5 with a double and a solo homer. NYM 8, PIT 7

NYM 010 010 060 - 8 13 0 (17-16)
PIT 000 000 610 - 7 11 1 (15-18)


Win: Viola (6-2)
Loss: Landrum (2-2)
Save: Franco (11th)
HR: D.Strawberry (13th), J.King (5th)

Game 2 - The Pirates exploded for a five-run fourth inning but the Mets would not give up. They would get three runs in the 5th, another in the 6th, and then would take the lead for good in the 8th on doubles from Gregg Jefferies and Kevin McReynolds. Darryl Strawberry belted another two solo homers in this one. NYM 7, PIT 5

NYM 000 031 030 - 7 11 1 (18-16)
PIT 000 500 000 - 5  9 0 (15-19)


Win: Cone (2-7)
Loss: Patterson (0-1)
Save: Franco (12th)
HR: D.Strawberry-2 (15th), J.King (6th)

Game 3 - Jeff King continued to swing a hot bat, as his solo home run in the bottom of the 5th was the only run of the game and he has homered in three straight games. John Smiley outdueled Doc Gooden, Smiley went all nine while scattering eight hits and striking out four. PIT 1, NYM 0

NYM 000 000 000 - 0 8 0 (18-17)
PIT 000 010 00X - 1 9 0 (16-19)


Win: Smiley (2-5)
Loss: Gooden (5-2)
HR: J.King (7th)



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Little tidbit about Jeff King....supposedly he absolutely hated to play baseball, and the day he qualified for his Major League pension he retired.

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Little tidbit about Jeff King....supposedly he absolutely hated to play baseball, and the day he qualified for his Major League pension he retired.


Wow that's extremely interesting. Maybe he was only in it for the money.



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Little tidbit about Jeff King....supposedly he absolutely hated to play baseball, and the day he qualified for his Major League pension he retired.


Wow that's extremely interesting. Maybe he was only in it for the money.


 Nope....he actually quit in the middle of a season with over a year left on a big contract.........quit and moved to a ranch in Montana actually (not Wyoming as the article states).....

He did have back issues for most of his career.

TRIVIA........King is only one of three players to hit two homers in an inning twice in his career.  Willie McCovey and Andre Dawson are the others.........

TRIVIA part 2........King is only one of 5 players who have been caught stealing twice in the same inning

 

Reluctant King by Joe Posnanski

Joe Posnanski is a Senior Writer at Sports Illustrated, a longtime columnist for the Kansas City Star, author of three books, and winner of numerous accolades (which you can learn more about here). Posnanski blogs at Joe Blogs, and he’s on Twitter, @JPosnanski.

One thing I think about sometimes is how it must feel to be really good at something you don’t enjoy doing at all. Take Josh Groban. I obviously don’t know Josh Groban but I suspect there’s at least a chance that he does not love the kind of music he records. I suspect this because he’s not 55 years old. Anyway, maybe he does like his music, maybe he doesn’t, but either way he will make many, many, many millions recording these kinds of songs.

Best I could tell, Jeff King did not like playing baseball. I can never remember seeing a player who seemed so miserable on a baseball diamond. King was a near-legendary player at Arkansas, where he twice tied the school record for home runs, and he was the first pick of the 1986 draft. He had a pretty good career in the big leagues. His numbers would have looked better in a lower-scoring era, but even in his era he did hit 24-plus homers three times, he drove in 110 RBIs in back-to-back years, and he was a very good defensive first baseman, as converted third baseman often are. He was nimble enough to have played 11 games at shortstop early in his career.

But I’m not kidding about how much he disliked the game. His manager in Kansas City, Tony Muser, used to tell a story about how he heard King moaning one day about the National Anthem. Muser, a former Marine, was shocked but King explained: “Every time they play this song, I have a bad day.” King hit 30 home runs and 36 doubles in 1996, his best year, and followed with 28 homers, 30 doubles and 89 walks in Kansas City in 1987, but he generally looked like he would rather be anyplace else on earth.

On May 21, 1999 Jeff King suddenly and shockingly retired. He seemed healthy, and he seemed to be having a reasonably successful year — he was on a little six-game hitting streak at the time. It didn’t make a lot of sense … unless you realized how much he despised playing professional baseball. He couldn’t wait to get out. Later someone told me that he had, only the day before he retired, secured enough service time to guarantee his MLB pension. With that, he went off to a ranch in Wyoming or some such place.

One postscript: King’s replacement at first base was a pretty good player named Mike Sweeney who would go on to have several spectacular years for the Royals and make five All-Star teams. He is also one of the great guys ever so he used to check in on King. Once, for fun, he called King and said: “Hi Jeff, this is Joe Posnanski from the Kansas City Star I just wanted to ask you a few baseball questions …”

And Jeff King hung up on him.



-- Edited by nacster on Saturday 3rd of June 2017 11:22:13 PM



-- Edited by nacster on Saturday 3rd of June 2017 11:24:25 PM

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Little tidbit about Jeff King....supposedly he absolutely hated to play baseball, and the day he qualified for his Major League pension he retired.


Wow that's extremely interesting. Maybe he was only in it for the money.


 Nope....he actually quit in the middle of a season with over a year left on a big contract.........quit and moved to a ranch in Montana actually (not Wyoming as the article states).....

He did have back issues for most of his career.

TRIVIA........King is only one of three players to hit two homers in an inning twice in his career.  Willie McCovey and Andre Dawson are the others.........

TRIVIA part 2........King is only one of 5 players who have been caught stealing twice in the same inning

 

Reluctant King by Joe Posnanski

Joe Posnanski is a Senior Writer at Sports Illustrated, a longtime columnist for the Kansas City Star, author of three books, and winner of numerous accolades (which you can learn more about here). Posnanski blogs at Joe Blogs, and he’s on Twitter, @JPosnanski.

One thing I think about sometimes is how it must feel to be really good at something you don’t enjoy doing at all. Take Josh Groban. I obviously don’t know Josh Groban but I suspect there’s at least a chance that he does not love the kind of music he records. I suspect this because he’s not 55 years old. Anyway, maybe he does like his music, maybe he doesn’t, but either way he will make many, many, many millions recording these kinds of songs.

Best I could tell, Jeff King did not like playing baseball. I can never remember seeing a player who seemed so miserable on a baseball diamond. King was a near-legendary player at Arkansas, where he twice tied the school record for home runs, and he was the first pick of the 1986 draft. He had a pretty good career in the big leagues. His numbers would have looked better in a lower-scoring era, but even in his era he did hit 24-plus homers three times, he drove in 110 RBIs in back-to-back years, and he was a very good defensive first baseman, as converted third baseman often are. He was nimble enough to have played 11 games at shortstop early in his career.

But I’m not kidding about how much he disliked the game. His manager in Kansas City, Tony Muser, used to tell a story about how he heard King moaning one day about the National Anthem. Muser, a former Marine, was shocked but King explained: “Every time they play this song, I have a bad day.” King hit 30 home runs and 36 doubles in 1996, his best year, and followed with 28 homers, 30 doubles and 89 walks in Kansas City in 1987, but he generally looked like he would rather be anyplace else on earth.

On May 21, 1999 Jeff King suddenly and shockingly retired. He seemed healthy, and he seemed to be having a reasonably successful year — he was on a little six-game hitting streak at the time. It didn’t make a lot of sense … unless you realized how much he despised playing professional baseball. He couldn’t wait to get out. Later someone told me that he had, only the day before he retired, secured enough service time to guarantee his MLB pension. With that, he went off to a ranch in Wyoming or some such place.

One postscript: King’s replacement at first base was a pretty good player named Mike Sweeney who would go on to have several spectacular years for the Royals and make five All-Star teams. He is also one of the great guys ever so he used to check in on King. Once, for fun, he called King and said: “Hi Jeff, this is Joe Posnanski from the Kansas City Star I just wanted to ask you a few baseball questions …”

And Jeff King hung up on him.



-- Edited by nacster on Saturday 3rd of June 2017 11:22:13 PM



-- Edited by nacster on Saturday 3rd of June 2017 11:24:25 PM


That honestly is incredible. That really puts it all into perspective. So many people (myself included) would love to be in King's shoes but he absolutely hated it. That's why it's so important to do what you love and love what you do!



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Cincinnati Reds at Montreal Expos (Games 33-35)

The Reds were able to take 1 game out of the 3 from the Expos in Montreal, as a result, the National League race is still extremely close. The Expos trail the first-place Reds by just two games.

Game 1 - Down 4-3 in the 9th, the Expos would even the score with a single from Tim Raines. The game would stay knotted at 4 all the way until the top of the 16th when Hal Morris singled home Barry Larkin which held up as the game-winner. Chris Sabo struggled in this one, going 0 for 8 out of the leadoff spot. CIN 5, MON 4

CIN 000 040 000 000 000 1 - 5 17 3 (19-14)
MON 000 210 001 000 000 0 - 4 14 0 (15-18)


Win: Jackson (1-1)
Loss: Sampen (0-3)
Save: Dibble (3rd)
HR: B.Hatcher (3rd)

Game 2 - Oil Can Boyd would outduel Jose Rijo as Boyd tossed seven innings allowing one run on five hits and struck out three. Jose Rijo did not pitch well, as he struggled with his control as he issued six free passes, although did strikeout ten batters. Tim Wallach went 3 for 4 in the victory. MON 3, CIN 1

CIN 000 000 100 - 1 6 1 (19-15)
MON 210 000 00X - 3 8 0 (16-18)


Win: Boyd (3-4)
Loss: Rijo (6-2)
Save: Burke (7th)
HR: None

Game 3 - The Expos brought out the bats again, as they have been swinging hot bats lately. The Expos scored six runs in the 3rd and another seven runs in the 5th as they totaled 15 on the night along with 19 hits. Tim Wallach and Andres Galarraga each had four hits, a double, a home run, and combined for seven runs batted in.Otis Nixon added three hits of his own and scored twice as the Expos win the series. MON 15, CIN 3

CIN 010 100 010 -  3  8 1 (19-16)
MON 106 170 00X - 15 19 0 (17-18)


Win: Gross (3-3)
Loss: Armstrong (3-3)
Save: Ruskin (1st)
HR: T.Wallach (8th), A.Galaragga (6th)



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Postscript to King.......He was the #1 draft pick in 1986. I also read somewhere he absolutely hated the fact he was the top pick, knew there was going to be pressure involved, and hated the limelight completely. Funny thing is, for his career he played in two fairly small-market cities (Pittsburgh and Kansas City), could you imagine how long he would have lasted in New York or Chicago??



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Postscript to King.......He was the #1 draft pick in 1986. I also read somewhere he absolutely hated the fact he was the top pick, knew there was going to be pressure involved, and hated the limelight completely. Funny thing is, for his career he played in two fairly small-market cities (Pittsburgh and Kansas City), could you imagine how long he would have lasted in New York or Chicago??


I think if he was drafted by them he would've turned his jersey in and said thanks but no thanks.



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Oakland Athletics at Chicago White Sox (Games 36-38)

The Athletics (surprisingly) sweep the Chicago White Sox in their final meeting of the season. Surprisingly, there were a few close games but the A's would use their timely hitting and very good pitching to overpower the White Sox as it looks like they will finish in the cellar.

Game 1 - It was all even at 1 heading into the top of the 10th inning when the A's got a single from Walt Weiss and then a three-run homer from Mark McGwire, his second of the evening, which would put the game out of reach for the White Sox. The A's also clinch the AL Pennant with their victory. OAK 5, CHW 1

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CHW 000 000 100 0 - 1  4 0 (13-23)

Win: Nelson (2-0)
Loss: Jones (2-3)
HR: M.McGwire-2 (13th)

Game 2 - The White Sox held a 2-0 lead after four innings of play, but the A's would roar back. They got a two-run homer from Jose Canseco to tie it in the 5th, and then Dave Henderson would knock in what proved to be the game-winning run with a single. Mark McGwire also added a two-run homer in the 9th for some extra insurance. OAK 5, CHW 2

OAK 000 020 102 - 5 11 0 (24-13)
CHW 001 100 000 - 2 10 0 (13-24)


Win: Stewart (2-5)
Loss: Hibbard (5-3)
Save: Eckersley (16th)
HR: J.Canseco (11th), M.McGwire (14th), S.Sosa (5th)

Game 3 - Bob Welch held the White Sox to just one run on five hits and struck out one and walked one as he picked up his 6th win of the season in seven decisions. Jose Canseco homered twice and drove in four while Mark McGwire homered for the third straight game. OAK 7, CHW 1

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CHW 001 000 000 - 1  6 0 (13-25)


Win: Welch (6-1)
Loss: McDowell (0-9)
HR: J.Canseco-2 (13th), M.McGwire (15th)



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Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays (Games 36-38)

It was a fairly balanced series between the Red Sox and the Blue Jays, but it would be the Blue Jays who came out with a series win. The Blue Jays will finish no better than second place with four games to play, as the A's have already clinched the pennant.

Game 1 - David Wells scooped up his 7th win of the year and Tom Henke got his 11th save as the Blue Jays squeak past the Red Sox. Junior Felix and Kelly Gruber each had a homer and knocked in two runs. TOR 6, BOS 4

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Win: Wells (7-1)
Loss: Kiecker (3-4)
Save: Henke (11th)
HR: K.Gruber (9th), J.Felix (2nd)

Game 2 - The Red Sox tore the cover off the ball in this one, scoring seven runs on 19 hits and it could have been way more, but they would leave 14 runners on base. Roger Clemens also dominated in this one, allowing just one run on three hits in a complete game where he fanned 11 batters and walked just one. BOS 7, TOR 1

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TOR 100 000 000 - 1  3 1 (19-18)


Win: Clemens (6-4)
Loss: Steib (3-5)
HR: None

Game 3 - With the score even at 3 in the 8th, George Bell continued his clutch hitting with a two-run homer to give the Blue Jays a 5-3 lead. The Red Sox would score a run in the top of the 9th, but were unable to push the second run across to tie it as Toronto takes the series. TOR 5, BOS 4

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Loss: Reardon (1-1)
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New York Mets at Cincinnati Reds (Games 36-38)

The New York Mets were not able to take the series from the Reds, as they drop two of three and find themselves at an even .500 with four games to play. The Mets are now two games back of the Reds as the race sure has heated up.

Game 1 - Sid Fernandez tossed a gem in the series opener, as he scattered seven hits, walked a batter, and fanned eight Reds. Tommy Herr went 3 for 4 with two runs scored and Darryl Strawberry homered and drove in all four runs for the Mets. NYM 4, CIN 0

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Win: Fernandez (5-3)
Loss: Charlton (3-5)
HR: D.Strawberry (16th)

Game 2 - The Mets had this game won, as they led 9-6 after six, the Reds would score three times in the bottom of the 7th on a double from Billy Hatcher, a groundout from Hal Morris, and a single from Eric Davis as they would get a lead they would not relinquish. Darryl Strawberry went 3 for 5 with another homer and two runs knocked in, Kevin McReynolds launched a grand slam and drove in five, and the teams combined for 19 runs on 39 hits in a slugfest. CIN 10, NYM 9

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Win: Dibble (2-0)
Loss: Ojeda (1-1)
Save: Myers (5th)
HR: D.Strawberry (17th), K.McReynolds (5th), M.Sasser (3rd), H.Morris (4th), P.O'Neill (6th)

Game 3 - The rubber match was not exciting as many fans would have hoped, as the Reds led 7-0 after six innings of play. However, the Mets would storm back a bit as they hit five solo home runs on the day from five different players. Although, they could not push the tying runs across to make a game of it. Darryl Strawberry launched yet another home run giving him six home runs in the last six games. CIN 8, NYM 5

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CIN 030 310 01X - 8 15 0 (21-17)


Win: Rijo (7-2)
Loss: Cone (2-8)
Save: Dibble (4th)
HR: H.Johnson (9th), T.Herr (2nd), D.Strawberry (18th), M.Sasser (4th), T.Teufel (1st), P.O'Neill (7th)



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Pittsburgh Pirates at Montreal Expos (Games 36-38)

The Pirates traveled to Montreal with a chip on their shoulder, they knew they had to win to keep their pennant hopes alive, and that's exactly what they did. The Pirates would sweep the Expos at home as they move to an even .500 on the year and are tied with the Mets for second and just two games back of the Reds.

Game 1 - The Pirates led 4-0 after just three innings so this one was not much of a challenge. Andy Van Slyke went off for the Pirates, going 3 for 5 with a pair of home runs and he drove in four runs. PIT 7, MON 3

PIT 013 001 011 - 7 8 0 (17-19)
MON 000 100 020 - 3 7 0 (17-19)


Win: Heaton (3-5)
Loss: Gardner (5-3)
HR: A.Van Slyke-2 (7th), W.Backman (1st), O.Nixon (1st), L.Walker (5th), D.Martinez (5th)

Game 2 - The Expos held a 2-0 lead all the way until the 8th inning when Barry Bonds singled in Jeff King to make it 2-1. An inning later, the Pirates would get a pair of triples from Andy Van Slyke and Jose Lind, and a single from Wally Backman as they took the lead and held on for the win. PIT 3, MON 2

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MON 001 100 000 - 2 7 0 (17-20)

Win: Landrum (3-2)
Loss: Burke (0-1)
HR: T.Wallach (9th)

Game 3 - The Pirates used solo home runs from Barry Bonds and Andy Van Slyke, while a three-run blast from Jeff King would put the game out of reach for the Expos. The Expos get swept at home and now are practically eliminated from clinching a pennant. PIT 6, MON 2

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MON 010 010 000 - 2 7 2 (17-21)


Win: Smith (6-2)
Loss: Boyd (3-5)
HR: B.Bonds (7th), A.Van Slyke (8th), J.King (8th)



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