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Old 05-16-2019, 11:51 PM   #41
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1988 OPENING DAY ROSTER

ROTATION

Nolan Ryan
Dave Stieb
Robinson Lopez
Howard Richmond
Shane Rawley

BULLPEN

David Wells
Eric Plunk
Dan Ross
Walt Terrell
Mike Parrott
Antonio Gonzalez
Rafael Perez

LINEUP

LF - Rickey Henderson
3B - Paul Molitor
DH - Lee Yandell
1B - Ken Phelps
2B - Ryne Sandberg
SS - Kelly Lewis
C - Bill Johnson
CF - Hunter Myers
RF - Erik Heath

Bench

C - Bob Weaver
IF - Khachatur Abkhazi
OF - Jose Alfonso
OF - Jerry Mumphrey

Dave Winfield is on the DL to start the season.
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PRESEASON PREDICTIONS

Uh-oh.

The owner expects a World Series and the writers are calling for us to finish 5th in a very tight AL East. 80-82.

They expect the Red Sox, Angels, Cardinals, and Astros to make the play-offs.

AL Top Hitter: Wade Boggs, Royals (#4 Paul Molitor, #10 Ken Phelps)
AL Top Pitcher: Mark Langston, Royals (#4 Nolan Ryan)

NL Top Hitter: Will Clark, Expos
NL Top Pitcher: Dwight Gooden, Astros

Our system isn't bad, ranking #11.
Our top prospect is Lawrence Leveret, who came in the Daniel Peters trade, at #11. He will start the season at A-ball.
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April 4th, 1988

Opening Day in Kansas City and Mark Langston showed why the pundits are so high on him. The Royals beat the Blue Jays 3-1.

Ken Phelps homered for the only Toronto run.

WP - Mark Langston (1)
Save - Larry Andersen (1)
LP - Nolan Ryan (0-1)

Record - 0-1
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April 6th, 1988

As bad as losing 11-3 to the Royals was, the real bad news was Ryne Sandberg leaving the game with a partially torn labrum. It looks like he will miss the next six weeks.

Hunter Myers homered for Toronto.

WP - Danny Cox (1-0)
LP - Dave Stieb (0-1)

Record - 0-2
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Ryan Sandberg is placed on the DL.

Rex Palmer is called up from AAA.
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April 7th, 1988

Robinson Lopez shut out the Royals for nine innings, but the Jays were equally silenced. It wasn't until the 10th when Paul Molitor got an RBI single and Hunter Myers smashed a three run homer to give the Blue Jays the 4-0 win.

WP - Antonio Gonzalez (1-0)
Save - David Wells (1)
LP - Larry Andersen (0-1)

Record - 1-2
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April 8th, 1988

The Jays fell hard to the Twins, losing 7-1.

WP - Jim Kane (1-0)
LP - Howard Richmond (0-1)

Record - 1-3
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April 9th, 1988

Nolan Ryan put the Jays back on track, shutting out the Twins 10-0!

Lee Yandell homered for Toronto.

WP - Nolan Ryan (1-1)
LP - Juan Sanchez (0-1)

Record - 2-3
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April 10th, 1988

A back-and-forth game ended up going Minnesota's way as the Twins beat the Blue Jays 7-6.

WP - Terry Leach (1-0)
Save - Jay Howell (2)
LP - Dan Ross (0-1)

Record - 2-4
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April 11th, 1988

Rickey Henderson set the tone by leading off with a home run on his way to going 3 for 4 and scoring four times in an 11-6 win by the Jays over the Yankees.

Ken Phelps and Paul Molitor also homered.

Eric Plunk left the game with a strained oblique. It is expected that he just needs up to a week of rest.

WP - Dave Stieb (1-1)
Save - Antonio Gonzalez (1)
LP - Bruce Hurst (0-1)

Record - 3-4
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April 12th, 1988

In Robinson Lopez's first two starts he has given up only one run. Today the Blue Jays beat the Yankees 8-1.

Hunter Myers and Erik Heath homered for Toronto.

WP - Robinson Lopez (1-0)
LP - Bob Ojeda (1-1)

Record - 4-4
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April 13th, 1988

The Yankees were tough on Howard Richmond, and Toronto's fielding didn't help. New York won 7-4.

WP - Rick Sutcliffe (1-1)
Save - John Franco (2)
LP - Howard Richmond (0-2)

Record - 4-5
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April 14th, 1988

Nolan Ryan allowed only five hits, though one was a home run, as he went the distance in a 3-1 Toronto win over the Yankees.

WP - Nolan Ryan (2-1)
LP - John McNeil (0-1)

Record - 5-5
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April 15th, 1988

Shane Rawley's 2nd outing went much better than his first as he pitched into the 9th in a 4-2 win for the Jays over the Twins.

Hunter Myers smacked his 4th home run.

WP - Shane Rawley (1-0)
Save - David Wells (2)
LP - Chuck Finley (1-1)

Record - 6-5
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April 16th, 1988

The Blue Jays scored five times in the 1st but it all fell apart late and they lost 6-5 to the Twins.

Erik Heath and Lee Yandell homered for Toronto.

WP - Jack Morris (1-0)
Save - Jay Howell (3)
LP - David Wells (0-1)

Record - 6-6
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April 17th, 1988

Robinson Lopez pitched into the 9th as the Blue Jays smoked the Twins, 10-2.

WP - Robinson Lopez (2-0)
LP - P.J. Collins (0-3)

Record - 7-6
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The Blue Jays have claimed Kip Young off waivers from the Angels.

He joins the main roster and Eric Plunk is sent to AAA.
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The Blue Jays jumped all the way to #12 on the Weekly Power Rankings.

Players of the Week: Benito Santiago, White Sox & Jack Clark, Reds
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April 19th, 1988

What should have been a great match-up between Mark Langston and Nolan Ryan was interrupted by a 95 minute rain delay in the 5th. Ultimately the Royals were better able to get to the Toronto bullpen and beat them 5-1.

Lee Yandell homered for the only Toronto run.

WP - Pete Rabinovich (1-0)
Save - Rob Murphy (1)
LP - Nolan Ryan (2-2)

Record - 7-7
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April 20th, 1988

A 9th inning home run by Keith Hernandez was the end for the Jays this game as they lost 4-2 to the Royals.

WP - Juan Agosto (1-1)
Save - Larry Andersen (5)
LP - Dan Ross (0-2)

Record - 7-8
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