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Blue Jays Tickets
When the San Francisco Giants abandoned plans to move to Toronto in 1976, a group of Toronto business people was awarded an AL franchise for an expansion team; the Toronto Blue Jays joined the league the next year. The Toronto Blue Jays finished in last place for six consecutive years, losing more than 100 games in three of those seasons. Despite the slow start, the team improved in the early 1980s and became a legitimate power in the AL East Division.
Devil Rays Tickets
The Tampa Bay Devil Rays are a professional baseball team and one of five teams in the East Division of the American League. The Devil Rays play at Tropicana Field in Saint Petersburg, Florida. The club?s name was selected by Saint Petersburg residents for the devil ray (also called devilfish), a large fish that inhabits the waters bordering Florida. The team?s colors are green, yellow, purple, blue, and black.
Orioles Tickets
In what was obvious inside the Baltimore Orioles organization but not outside, the Orioles announced Sunday that Lee Mazzilli will return for a second year as manager. Baltimore Orioles? Vice President Mike Flanagan revealed to the Baltimore Sun on Saturday that Mazzilli would return while Orioles? executive vice president Jim Beattie and Mazzilli confirmed that the former New York Yankees coach will be back for at least 2005.
Red Sox Tickets
When the 2004 Red Sox season began with two key Red Sox players (Nomar Garciaparra and Trot Nixon) sidelined for the entire month, the Red Sox stepped up and produced. Curt Schilling's first start in a Boston Red Sox uniform (a 4-1 win over the Orioles) was just what everyone envisioned. The pinnacle of the month was a three-game Red Sox sweep at Yankee Stadium, capped by a Pedro Martinez gem. Keith Foulke was flawless as the Red Sox closer, converting all five save opportunities and posting an 0.60 ERA.
Yankees Tickets
The Yankees opened their 2004 season with a two-game set in Tokyo, splitting the series with the Devil Rays. After a one-week hiatus, the NY Yankees opened their schedule in the U.S., again splitting series with Tampa Bay and Chicago to start 4-4. NY Yankee pitchers Mike Mussina and Kevin Brown each collected career win No. 200 within three days of each other on April 11 and 14, respectively. Seven games against the rival Red Sox produced just one victory, as the NY Yankees' record fell to 8-11 on April 25. The Yankees closed the month with four straight wins, including a three-game sweep of Oakland, a sign of things to come, as the NY Yankees finished with a winning record for the 13th consecutive April.

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Indians Tickets
The 2004 Cleveland Indians had their sights on the playoffs. Suddenly, an Aug. 14 loss to the Twins in ten innings turned the Indians? season topsy-turvy. On that date, the Cleveland Indians lost a chance to tie the Twins for first place. Its inability to hold on sent the '04 season into a tailspin.
KC Royals Tickets
Long before the 2004 KC Royals concluded a 104-loss season, the battle plan was being drawn up for 2005. Royals? General manager Allard Baird swung a late June deal for prized center fielder Carlos Beltran, bringing in young players that could have an impact next season. KC Royals? catcher John Buck and starting pitcher Mike Wood immediately became regular fixtures. David DeJesus was installed as Beltran's replacement and the sifting through of other minor leaguers who might help the KC Royals was an on-going process. More trades were made. The rebuilding process continued apace.
Tigers Tickets
The Detroit Tigers became a charter member of the AL in 1901 but placed no better than third until 1907, when first-year manager Hugh Jennings guided the team to the first of three consecutive pennants. Ty Cobb, a 20-year-old right fielder from Narrows, Georgia, won the first of nine straight batting titles and six stolen base championships that year. Detroit was AL champion again in 1908 and 1909. Cobb led the league in batting, runs batted in (RBIs), and home runs in 1909 to win the Triple Crown. The Detroit Tigers, however, lost each of their first three World Series appearances.
Twins Tickets
2004 Minnesota Twins Regular Season Monthly Recap...
The Minnesota Twins got off to a solid start in 2004 despite some adverse situations. Several extra-inning games wore out the Twins? bullpen. To get help, 41-year-old lefty Terry Mulholland was acquired from Seattle for $1 to shore up the bullpen. It also didn't take long for injuries to strike the Twins. In the second game of the season on April 6, super rookie Joe Mauer and Twins? center fielder Torii Hunter were hurt and went on the DL. Mauer missed two months and was limited to 35 games all season because of surgery on his left knee. While Hunter missed two weeks with a hamstring pull, it paved the way for Lew Ford's arrival to the Twins. Ford played so well that he never went back to the Twins? minor league system...
White Sox Tickets
Simply by watching the 2004 Chicago White Sox in action, it became readily apparent that this was a team driven by the long ball. The 2004 White Sox statistics support that particular supposition.

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Angels Tickets
Angels? Big Off season moment: The Anaheim Angels signing of Vladimir Guerrero to a five-year, $70 million contract. The Angels had already improved their starting pitching with Bartolo Colon and Kelvim Escobar, prompting Angels general manager Bill Stoneman to say, "The Brinks' truck has left town." But once new Angels owner Arte Moreno saw the 25th-hour opportunity to nail down one of baseball's premier players for the Anaheim Angels, he jumped at the chance, saying he couldn't look his fans in the eye if he didn't get Guerrero when given the chance. The Angels payroll jumped, but so did Anaheim attendance, and Guerrero's MVP-type year and unbelievable stretch drive powered the team into the playoffs...
Mariners Tickets
After winning 393 games the previous four seasons and reaching the playoffs twice, the Mariners were expected to have another playoff-contending season in 2004. But the Mariners stumbled out of the starting gate with five losses and spent the entire season in the American League West cellar. Pitching, defense and clutch hitting, the key ingredients in the Seattle Mariners? recent success, was supposed to proceed without a hitch.
Oakland A's Tickets
A 2004 season of high hopes came up short for the Oakland As when the Angels knocked them off in the second-to-last game of the regular season, ending the Oakland A?s hopes for a fifth consecutive playoff appearance. Still, there were plenty of positives for the Oakland As, who managed to stay in the race until the final weekend despite having lost star third baseman Eric Chavez and ace right-hander Tim Hudson to injury for six weeks each.
Rangers Tickets
The Texas Rangers ended their 2004 season Sunday and thereby interrupted a work in progress. "To be continued," Rangers manager Buck Showalter said. In the first year of the post-Alex Rodriguez era, the Texas Rangers were the surprise story of Major League Baseball, winning 89 games and competing with Oakland and Anaheim for a division title until the final week of the season. Coming close didn't fully satisfy the Texas Rangers, who will watch this week's playoffs with a bittersweet feeling...


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Braves Tickets
When Rafael Furcal strained his back during the season's first weekend, it was a foreboding foreshadowing of what lied ahead for the Atlanta Braves. Braves? slugger Chipper Jones strained his left hamstring on April 18 and was lost for three weeks. The Braves managed to stay afloat because they took five of six against the Marlins in the season's first month...
Marlins Tickets
On June 10, 1991, the National League awarded a franchise, the Florida Marlins, to H. Wayne Huizenga, chief executive officer of Blockbuster Entertainment Corporation, owner of the Miami Dolphins football team, and chairman of the board of the Florida Panthers hockey team. The Marlins? first manager was Rene Lachemann, a former catcher who had previously managed the Seattle Mariners and Milwaukee Brewers. Lachemann kept Florida out of the Eastern Division cellar during the 1993 season as the team finished the year five games ahead of the last-place New York Mets. After the Florida Marlins finished last in their division in 1994 and fourth in 1995, Lachemann was replaced as manager midway through the 1996 season with the Florida Marlins? director of player development, John Boles.
Mets Tickets
The New York Mets' season was marked by injuries and inconsistencies yet again in 2004. Unlike 2003, there was no grace period for New York Mets? manager Art Howe or Mets? general manager Jim Duquette, who were both relieved of their duties as New York and Montreal closed out the regular season on 10/3/04.
Phillies Tickets
The Philadelphia Phillies turn their focus to the 2005 season. If Sunday's 10-4 win in the season finale had been a microcosm of the Phillies' season, things would have turned out much differently. An early Phillies lead thanks to four straight hits to start the game, solid starting pitching, and lights-out bullpen relief -- not to mention an exclamation point, an eighth-inning grand slam by Phillies? Jimmy Rollins -- was how it was drawn up over the winter.

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Astros Tickets
The season began as expected for the Astros, who, along with the Cubs, were favored to compete for the National League Central division title. Roger Clemens became the first Astros pitcher to begin a season 5-0 and was awarded his first career NL Pitcher of the Month honor. The Astros exchanged sweeps with the St. Louis Cardinals and were tied for first on the final day of the month...
Brewers Tickets
The Milwaukee Brewers introduced New York investment banker Mark Attanasio as the new owner. The team cancelled its annual "State of the Brewers" press conference, usually held the day after the end of the season. Attanasio will require approval by Major League Baseball's other owners, a process that could take weeks or months. In the meantime, Melvin and Ash will continue to prepare the Milwaukee Brewers for 2005.
Cardinals Tickets
The Cardinals experienced only minimal success on the playing field during their first 26 seasons in the league. The only exception was in 1925, when they edged out the Pottsville Maroons for their first...
Cubs Tickets
The Cubs won 88 games in the 2004 season, which is the same number the Cubs won last season when they were widely judged to be a splendid success, even if they disappointed Cub Nation at the very end. The 2003 Cubs won the NL Central title and advanced to the brink of the World Series in Baker's first season at the helm. Obviously, even bigger and better things were in store for the Cubs. And that was sort of the problem.
Pirates Tickets
The Pittsburgh Pirates' roller-coaster 2004 season offered something for both the cynics and the optimists among their fan base. The bad news: the Pirates ran their steak of consecutive losing seasons to 12. The good news: the Pirates? dubious streak could be in its final year.
Reds Tickets
As the Cincinnati Reds entered their final game of the 2004 season, the outlook for next year remains positive, but murky as the Ohio River after a hard rain. Of course there's the usual list of free agents and arbitration-eligible players for the Cincinnati Reds to deal with.

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Diamondbacks Tickets
The Arizona Diamondbacks joined the major leagues on March 9, 1995, along with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Major League Baseball (MLB) awarded the Phoenix expansion team franchise to an investment group headed by Jerry Colangelo, owner of the Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Roland Hemond, a three-time winner of MLB?s executive of the year award for his work with the Baltimore Orioles during the 1980s, was named the club?s vice president of baseball operations. The club takes its name from the venomous diamondback rattlesnake that is found in the southwestern United States...
Dodgers Tickets
The Dodgers got off to a good start in 2004, winning their first four series and finishing the month tied for first in the NL West. Highlighting the month was a 6-3 trip to San Diego, San Francisco and Colorado which featured a month-best five-game Dodgers winning streak. The Dodgers swept a three-game series at defending NL West Champion San Francisco from April 16-18, the Dodgers' first sweep at San Francisco in four years. Dodgers? Third baseman Adrian Beltre showed early signs of the type of season he was going to have when he homered in three consecutive games (April 18-21) for the first time in his career. Another Dodgers player who quickly showed improvement in his offensive game was shortstop Cesar Izturis, who fashioned a career-best 14-game hitting streak.
Padres Tickets
The Padres' new ballpark was supposed to provide the club with a distinct home field advantage, but for whatever reason, it didn't quite work out that way in its inaugural season. PETCO Park was a runaway winner at the gate, as the Padres drew more than 3 million fans for the first time, including a record crowd of 45,389 in the Padres season finale against the Giants on Thursday. But the San Diego Padres were less successful on the field, posting just a 42-39 home mark on the season.
Rockies Tickets
The story of the Colorado Rockies' 2004 season was the process of getting to the future, which was painful at times as the Rockies finished with their second-worst record over a 162-game season (68-94). One key move was the trading of a significant Rockies figure of the past, outfielder Larry Walker, to the St. Louis Cardinals on Aug. 6. Meanwhile, the Colorado Rockies enjoyed head-turning work from their pitching future, left-hander Jeff Francis.
SF Giants Tickets
SF Giants? Slugger Barry Bonds passes 700 mark for home runs. Amazement. Awe. Respect. A treasured moment. Those were the reactions of SF Giants players and coaches after witnessing Barry Bonds slug the 700th homer of his career Sept. 17 at SBC Park in the SF Giants 4-1 victory over the San Diego Padres.

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