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Jul 24, 2002 SEGUI, David Bal..320 SWEENEY, Mike K.C..320 DAMON, Johnny Oak..318 GRIEVE, Ben T.B..318 THOMAS, Frank Chi..318 ALOMAR, Roberto Cle..315 CAMINITI, Ken Tex.
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07/24/2002 - Updated 08:25 PM ET AL projected leaders These leaders are based on John Hunt's projections for the 2001 season. The ERA and WHIP columns include only pitchers with more than 110 projected innings pitched. AVERAGE SUZUKI, Ichiro Sea. ERSTAD, Darin Ana. GARCIAPARRA, Nomar Bos. RODRIGUEZ, Alex Tex. MARTINEZ, Edgar Sea. DELGADO, Carlos Tor. WILLIAMS, Bernie N.Y. JETER, Derek N.Y. STEWART, Shannon Tor. GREER, Rusty Tex. RODRIGUEZ, Ivan Tex. GIAMBI, Jason Oak. RAMIREZ, Manny Bos. SEGUI, David Bal. SWEENEY, Mike K.C. DAMON, Johnny Oak. GRIEVE, Ben T.B. THOMAS, Frank Chi. ALOMAR, Roberto Cle.

42. 2003 Free Agent TransactionsDesi Relaford
03/31Oakland releases Tim Raines, Jason Hart Ricky Stone And sign David Segui, David Elder Oscar Henriquez
ASBL 2003 FA TRANSACTIONS Click here to view 2003 Trades
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07/27-Medicine Hat sign Hector Mercado 07/26-Fort Worth release Ben Diggins 06/14-Portland signs Greg Zaun 06/14-San Diego releases Jeremy Hill
they sign Bill Hasselman 04/12-Woonsocket signs Jose Guillen
04/04-New York signs Hideki Irabu, Jeff Farnsworth, Luthar Hackman, Dennys Reyes and Ricky Stone
04/04-Angelina releases Chris Donnels and signs Darren Lewis
03/24-San Diego signs Doug Davis
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43. Baseball Fathers And Sons (M - Z) By Baseball Almanac
Diego Segui. David Segui. Earl Sheely. Bud Sheely. Dick Siebert. Paul Siebert. George Sisler. Dave Sisler. Dick Sisler. Bob Skinner. Joel Skinner. Roy Smalley. Roy Smalley

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Baseball Fathers and Sons (Mack through Young)
Over one hundred father-and-son combinations have made it to the big leagues. Some fathers even had more than one son who played. Here is the first set of fathers-and-sons who have made it to the Major Leagues. "Any minute, any day, some player may break a long standing record. That is one of the fascinations about the game, the unexpected surprises." - Connie Mack (father of Earle Mack) The Baseball Family Tree Father Son(s) Connie Mack Earle Mack Harl Maggert Harl Maggert ... Eric Young Father Son(s) Baseball
Of all the fathers and sons who have pitched, Ed Walsh has the lowest career earned run average (1.82) and his son Ed Walsh (Jr.) happens to have the highest career earned run average (5.57). Did you know that Mel Stottlemyre and his sons, Todd and Mel (Jr.) , have had the most strikeouts of any other father and son combination? Do you know who the first black father-son combination were? It was the Hairston family [ Sammy Jerry Jerry (Jr.) ] who recently joined another family combo when their grandson broke in with the Baltimore Orioles during the 1998 season.

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