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Newz Forum: BASEBALL: MLB News for June 2, 2004

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Major League Baseball News And Headlines for June 2, 2004
 

Casey sends Marlins reeling
MIAMI -- Sean Casey belted a two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning to send the Reds back to Cincinnati with the best record in the National League after a three-game sweep of the defending World Series champions.

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Prior ready to go for Friday start
CHICAGO -- Chicago Cubs pitcher Mark Prior tested the Wrigley Field mound Wednesday, throwing about 30 pitches in his tuneup for his first start of the season on Friday against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Chavez out with broken hand
OAKLAND -- A's third baseman Eric Chavez, a three-time Gold Glove winner who ranks second in the American League with 13 home runs and leads Oakland with 35 RBIs, told MLB.com early Wednesday morning that he has a broken right hand and will miss "at least" three weeks.

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Soriano tops All-Star Game voting
Alfonso Soriano is the top overall vote-getter as a new Ranger, Nomar Garciaparra has been gone but not forgotten, Jeff Kent and Adam Everett are on course to turn more double plays together at home, and the comeback story of Ken Griffey Jr. is being noticed by fans who once made him a fixture at the biggest show of the summer.

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Who's No. 1? Homer Bailey may be
La GRANGE, Texas -- One of the three cute girls standing by the desk in the office at the high school announced "Super Star" as Homer Bailey walked by. He smiled, but didn't stop to acknowledge the compliment.

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Jaramillo knows he has a 'job to do'
ARLINGTON -- The decision to work hard was never a real option for Oklahoma State catcher Jason Jaramillo. It was a family tradition passed down to him from his father in Wisconsin and his father's father before him in Mexico.

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