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CHERYL HATCH / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Mariners starting pitcher Jamie Moyer throws against the Indians in the first inning.
STEVE RINGMAN / THE SEATTLE TIMES
Ichiro is a blur coming out of the batting box in the first inning. Cleveland's Omar Vizquel was unable to throw him out
-- Cherri (email@example.com), October 15, 2001
I lucked into a Japanese version of the Ichiro rookie card by Topps Gallery. Got a winning ticket in a pack from the flea market a couple months back and it finally showed up in the mailbox last week!! Definitely a unique set.
Card ain't doing too bad and neither are the Mariners....
-- Deano (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 15, 2001.
Mariners definately the class of the field. Almost enough to make you feel sorry for Oakland. Imagine winning 102 games and still finishing 14 games out. Sheesh.
-- Carlos (email@example.com), October 16, 2001.
Dang Seattle times changed pictures on me!
-- Cherri (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 16, 2001.
It really, really pains me to say this but ..... call me a sap ..... Go Yankees.
It hurt just typing that. Ugh.
-- (NOT@Yankees.fan), October 16, 2001.
And lest we forget, only in their 4th year in existence, the ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS won their divisional series against St. Louis, and will begin play today for the National League Championship against Atlanta.
-- Rob (email@example.com), October 16, 2001.
Just like old times: Yankees, Braves roll: "The Yankees may not have to worry about overcoming another two-game deficit. New York methodically downed Seattle 4-2 to open the AL Championship Series with its fourth straight win. Andy Pettitte pitched eight sharp innings, Paul O'Neill homered, and the Yankees never seemed threatened as their quest for a fourth straight title continued."
-- Not a Yankee fan but NYC could use a celebration (firstname.lastname@example.org), October 18, 2001.