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1997 World Series - Matchups - Game 2
1 0 ... WP Chad Ogea (1–0) LP Kevin Brown (0–1) Home runs CLE Sandy Alomar, Jr ... under a hanging curveball, but merely flied out to the warning track, missing his second three-run homer in as many nights by inches ... that, Ogea settled in and did not allow any more runs ...
1997 World Series - Matchups - Game 3
0 3 ... WP Dennis Cook (1–0) LP Eric Plunk (0–1) Home runs FLA Gary Sheffield (1), Darren Daulton (1), Jim Eisenreich (1) CLE Jim Thome (2) Game 3 was a wild affair that ended with ... In the bottom half, the Indians retaliated with two runs thanks to two broken bat RBI singles by Matt Williams and Sandy Alomar ... baseman Bobby Bonilla allowed two more runs to score ...
Yulieski Gourriel - Domestic Play
... Series, leading the league in hits and runs ... in 2005-06, leading the series in RBIs, runs and triples ... His 27 home runs, which also led the league, were one short of the record of 28 ...
1997 World Series - Matchups - Game 4
... Jaret Wright (1–0) LP Tony Saunders (0–1) Sv Brian Anderson (1) Home runs FLA Moisés Alou (2) CLE Manny Ramírez (2), Matt Williams (1) This back-and-forth World Series continued that way in Game 4 ... The Indians stormed out of the gate with three runs in the first, highlighted by Manny Ramírez's opposite field two-run homer ... The Indians got three runs in the third inning as well and never looked back ...
New York City Fire Department - Statistics - Fire Calls For 2009
... Unit Activity CY 2009 Top Five Engine Companies Company Runs 1 ... Engine 37 5,124 Top Five Ladder Companies Company Runs 1 ... Ladder 28 4,233 Top Five Battalions Battalion Runs 1 ...

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