"The man behind the plate had a bad inning. Everything that was a strike became a ball. It's too bad when the game gets away from you like that. Johan [Santana] deserves a lot more respect than that."

Twins Manager Ron Gardenhire, on how home plate umpire Kevin Kelley called Johan Santana's pitches in the seventh inning of the Twins' 5-1 loss to the Padres

Personnel Dept.

Athletics: Closer Huston Street slightly strained his left hamstring during pregame drills on Saturday and likely will miss several days. He is 2-1 with a 1.59 ERA, with four saves in six chances.

"It wasn't what I hoped to hear," A's Manager Ken Macha said.

Mariners: 3B Adrian Beltre was back in the lineup after missing the previous five games with a left hamstring injury. He was injured last Sunday against the Nationals.

White Sox: RHP Orlando Hernandez likely will go on the 15-day disabled list today because of tightness in his right shoulder.

Chicago will recall RHP Brandon McCarthy from Class AAA Charlotte to start against Kansas City tonight.

Today in Baseball

1980: Freddie Patek, one of baseball's smallest players at 5 feet 5, hit three home runs and a double to lead the Angels in a 20-2 rout of the Red Sox in Fenway Park.

-- Compiled by

Christian Swezey