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Kansas City 5, Detroit 1

DETROIT, Sept. 14 (UPI) -- Paul Byrd tossed a four-hitter and Mike Sweeney drove in two runs Saturday as the Kansas City Royals snapped their four-game road losing streak with a 5-1 victo

Kansas City 4, Minnesota 1

MINNEAPOLIS, May 7 (UPI) -- Kansas City Royals interim manager John Mizerock probably wishes Paul Byrd could start every game.

Baltimore 9, Kansas City 4

KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 27 (UPI) -- Tony Batista homered twice and knocked in five runs Saturday night, foiling Paul Byrd's bid to become the American League's first five-game winner and carrying

Cy Young Award winners

NEW YORK, Nov. 15 (UPI) -- Major League Baseball Cy Young Award winners

Red Sox decline options on three players

BOSTON, Nov. 2 (UPI) -- The Boston Red Sox on Friday declined to pick up 2002 contract options on outfielder Troy O'Leary, infielder John Valentin and pitcher Bret Saberhagen.
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BOS99101705 - 17 OCTOBER, 1999 - BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, USA: Boston Red Sox American League Championship Series Game 4 starting pitcher Bret Saberhagen makes a pitch against the New York Yankees Sunday, October 17, at Fenway Park in Boston. lkm/Lee K. Marriner UPI
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Bret William Saberhagen (pronounced /ˈseɪbərheɪɡɨn/; born April 11, 1964 in Chicago Heights, Illinois) is a former Major League Baseball right-handed starting pitcher. His nickname was 'Sabes.'

Bret Saberhagen attended Grover Cleveland High School, located in Reseda, California. Saberhagen starred in both basketball and baseball. In 1982, during Bret's senior year, he pitched a no-hitter and was the winning pitcher in the Los Angeles City Championship game, played at Dodger Stadium.

Saberhagen was drafted out of high school by the Kansas City Royals in the 19th round of the 1982 Major League Baseball Draft and made his Major League debut on April 4, 1984. He made an immediate impact with the team, compiling a 10–11 record and a 3.48 ERA. The Royals made the postseason but lost to the Detroit Tigers. Saberhagen pitched well in his first postseason start, giving up two runs in 8 innings.

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