Around the Majors: Redsox win the AL pennant; NLCS Game 7 is tonightby Lee Sinins
October 20, 2004
1) Yesterday's scores--
Cardinals 6, Astros 4 (12) (series tied, 3-3)
Redsox 10, Yankees 3 (REDSOX WIN THE SERIES, 4-3)
2) Today's schedule--
Astros (Roger Clemens, 2.98) at Cardinals (Jeff Suppan, 4.16), 8:15
3) Yesterday's HRs--
4) Cardinals P Julian Tavarez was fined $10,000 for throwing a ball behind Jeff Bagwell's head in Game 4 of the NLCS.
5) Cardinals 2B Tony Womack had to leave yesterday's game, due to lower back spasms, and his status for today is uncertain.
6) The Mariners hired Mike Hargrove as manager and gave him a 3 year contract.
7) Chuck Hiller died at the age of 70.
8) The Pirates re-signed 3B Tom Evans, OF Jorge Cortes, C Jose Hernandez and P Eddie Candelario to minor league contracts.
Evans had -5 RCAA/.691 OPS in 42 games with the 1997-98 BlueJays and 2000 Rangers.
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