"If I try to make the catches like he made . . . I'd have skid marks down my forehead and nose."
Seattle Manager Mike Hargrove, on his acrobatic 3B, Adrian Beltre
White Sox: Called up right-handed reliever Bobby Jenks from Class AA Birmingham. He replaces RHP Brandon McCarthy, optioned to Class AAA Charlotte after allowing five runs on eight hits in three-plus innings Monday night against the Devil Rays.
Indians: Recalled RHP Fernando Cabrera from Class AAA Buffalo and sent down RHP Jason Davis.
Tigers: Optioned RHP Jason Verlander to Class AA Erie and purchased the contract of IF Kevin Hooper from Class AAA Toledo.
TODAY IN BASEBALL
1966: Boog Powell of the Baltimore Orioles drove in 11 runs in a doubleheader against the Kansas City A's to tie an AL record. In the first game, Powell hit two home runs, including a grand slam, two doubles and a sacrifice fly to drive in seven runs as the Orioles won, 11-0.
BY THE NUMBERS
The number of grand slams hit by Boston's Manny Ramirez, the second most in major league history. Lou Gehrig is all-time leader with 23.
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