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Pitchers who are 'morning types' appear to have an advantage over night owls.
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The Pittsburgh Pirates have sent struggling right hander Ian Snell to their Triple-A minor league affiliate at Indianapolis at his request. Snell was just 2-8 with a 5.36 ERA in 15 starts this season. In 80 2/3 innings, he had walked 44 and struck out 52. I left it up to myself, he said on the team's Web site Thursday shortly after throwing a side session at Pittsburgh's PNC Park.
Bartolo Colon and three relievers combined on a six-hit shutout Saturday and the White Sox offense pummeled Minnesota for an 8-0 Chicago win. Colon (1-0) surrendered three hits in six innings before a mop-up by relievers Octavio Dotel, Matt Thornton and Mike MacDougal. At the plate, Corky Miller and Alexei RamÃrez led the way with two hits and two RBI apiece. One of two hits for Carlos Quentin was a seventh-inning solo homer.
The Boston Red Sox agreed to one-year contracts with two of its star relievers Tuesday, avoiding arbitration with Jonathan Papelbon and Javier Lopez. The team, following its own policy, did not release the details of the contracts.
Pitchers Chris Carpenter of the St. Louis Cardinals and Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees will win the 2005 Major League Baseball Cy Young awards, predicts a pair of mathematicians from Rhode Island College. The actual winners, intended to represent the most outstanding American League and National League pitchers during the regular season, will be announced November 8 (AL) and 10 (NL) by the Baseball Writers' Association of America, whose members vote on the award.
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