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SPORT BASEBALL
RTR12505 
February 22, 2005 
New York Yankees first baseman Jason Giambi (L) and Tino Martinez chat during practice at Legends Field... 
Tampa, USA 
New York Yankee Jason Giambi and Tino Martinez chat at practice in Florida. 
New York Yankees first baseman Jason Giambi (L) and Tino Martinez chat during practice at Legends Field in Tampa, Florida, February 22, 2005. Martinez and Giambi will platoon at first base this season. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS 
NEW YORK
RTRXFHO 
September 08, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays first baseman Tino Martinez, (L), manager Lou Piniella and shortstop Julio Lugo,... 
New York 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays Martinez, Piniella and Lugo wait out rain delay at Yankee Stadium. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays first baseman Tino Martinez, (L), manager Lou Piniella and shortstop Julio Lugo, (R) joke around in the visitors' dugout during a rain delay of the first game of a doubleheader at Yankee Stadium in New York, September 8, 2004. Today's doubleheader was supposed to make up for a cancellation that occurred when the Devil Rays were delayed by Hurricane Frances and missed the first game of a doubleheader earlier in the week. Today's games were cancelled. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky JAZ 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRTYNF 
July 22, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Rocco Baldelli (5) is congratulated at home plate by teammates Carl Crawford (L)... 
Minneapolis, UNITED STATES 
Devil Rays Baldelli congratulated by teammates after grand slam against twins. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Rocco Baldelli (5) is congratulated at home plate by teammates Carl Crawford (L) and Tino Martinez (R), who were on base when Baldelli hit a grand slam off Minnesota Twins pitcher Juan Rincon during the eighth inning of their American League game at the Metrodome in Minneapolis, July 22, 2004 Rey Sanchez also scored on the play. REUTERS/Eric Miller EM/SV 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRTHRT 
July 11, 2004 
Fans react as New York Yankees' catcher John Flaherty fights the wind and snares a foul ball hit by Tampa... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
YANKEES CATCHER FLAHERTY HOLDS ONTO POP UP HIT BY DEVIL RAYS MARTINEZ. 
Fans react as New York Yankees' catcher John Flaherty fights the wind and snares a foul ball hit by Tampa Bay Devil Rays' batter Tino Martinez for the final out of the fifth inning, July 11, 2004 at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees won, 10-3. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine RFS/HB 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRTGAV 
July 10, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays runner Robert Fick slams into New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada and jars the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS FICK JAR BALL FROM NEW YORK YANKEES POSADA. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays runner Robert Fick slams into New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada and jars the ball loose from his glove as he scores in the eighth inning at Yankee Stadium, July 10, 2004. Batter Tino Martinez hit a sacrifice fly to score Fick. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine RFS 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRT7RD 
July 05, 2004 
Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Daniel Cabrera reacts after serving up a two-run home run to Tampa... 
Baltimore, UNITED STATES 
ORIOLES CABRERA REACTS AFTER GIVING UP A TWO RUN HOMER TO DEVIL RAYS MARTINEZ. 
Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Daniel Cabrera reacts after serving up a two-run home run to Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez in the sixth inning of the first game of a day-night double header at Camden Yards in Baltimore July 5, 2004. The home run was the 13th of the season for Martinez. REUTERS/Joe Giza JG/JDP 
SPORT BASEBALL JAPAN
RTRV0Q2 
March 31, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays manager Lou Piniella (2nd L) hands a ball to new pitcher Damian Moss (R) on the... 
Tokyo, Japan 
DEVIL RAYS MANAGER PINIELLA HANDS BALL TO NEW PITCHER MOSS DURING OPENING SERIES GAME IN TOKYO. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays manager Lou Piniella (2nd L) hands a ball to new pitcher Damian Moss (R) on the mound during the fifth inning of their game of the opening series game at Tokyo Dome March 31, 2004. The Yankees won against the Devil Rays 12-1. At left is first baseman Tino Martinez and catcher Toby Hall (2ndR). REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi HY/TW 
SPORT BASEBALL JAPAN
RTRV0NU 
March 31, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays bullpen catcher Scott Cursi tries to catch a foul ball as teammate Tino Martinez... 
Tokyo, Japan 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS BULLPEN CATCHER CURSI TRIES TO CATCH FOUL BALL IN TOKYO. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays bullpen catcher Scott Cursi tries to catch a foul ball as teammate Tino Martinez looks on during the team's season-opening series game two against the New York Yankees at Tokyo Dome March 31, 2004. The Yankees won the game 12-1. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
SPORT BASEBALL JAPAN
RTRV0C2 
March 31, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' first baseman Tino Martinez hands a ball to Japanese fan before the opening series... 
Tokyo, Japan 
DEVIL RAYS MARTINEZ HAND BALL TO FAN BEFORE OPENING SERIES GAME IN TOKYO. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' first baseman Tino Martinez hands a ball to Japanese fan before the opening series game at Tokyo Dome March 31, 2004. REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi HY/FA 
JAPAN
RTRZ5X4 
March 30, 2004 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS MARTINEZ BLASTS A TWO-RUN HOMER AGAINST NEW YORK YANKEES THEIR MLB SEASON OPENERS... 
Tokyo, Japan 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS MARTINEZ BLASTS A TWO-RUN HOMER AGAINST NEW YORK YANKEES THEIR MLB SEASON ... 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS MARTINEZ BLASTS A TWO-RUN HOMER AGAINST NEW YORK YANKEES THEIR MLB SEASON OPENERS IN TOKYO. Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez blasts a two-run homer in the seventh inning during the first game of the Major League baseball 2004 season openers against New York Yankees at Tokyo Dome in Tokyo March 30, 2004. The Devil Rays won the game 8-3. REUTERS/Issei Kato 
JAPAN
RTRUZ54 
March 30, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez (24), Jose Cruz Jr (C), Rocco Baldelli (R) and fellow teammates congratulate... 
Japan 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS' MARTINEZ, CRUZ, BALDELLI AND TEAMMATES CELEBRATE WIN OVER YANKEES IN TOKYO. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez (24), Jose Cruz Jr (C), Rocco Baldelli (R) and fellow teammates congratulate each other upon defeating the New York Yankees 8-3 in their season-opening game at Tokyo Dome March 30, 2004. The teams meet for game two of their two-game series on Wednesday. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES 
JAPAN
RTRUZ3B 
March 30, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays first baseman Tino Martinez (L) celebrates with designated hitter Aubrey Huff after... 
Tokyo, Japan 
TAMPA BAY MARTINEZ CELEBRATES WITH HUFF DURING MLB OPENING DAY GAME IN TOKYO. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays first baseman Tino Martinez (L) celebrates with designated hitter Aubrey Huff after a two-run homer in the seventh inning of their opening day game against the New York Yankees at Tokyo Dome March 30, 2004. The Devil Rays won against Yankees 8-3. REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi HY/TW 
JAPAN
RTRUZ2Z 
March 30, 2004 
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (R) is all smiles with New York Yankees' Hideki Matsui (L),... 
Tokyo, Japan 
JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER KOIZUMI IS ALL SMILES WITH MATSUI, MARTINEZ AND GIULIANI IN TOKYO. 
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (R) is all smiles with New York Yankees' Hideki Matsui (L), Tino Martinez (C) of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani (behind Martinez) during ceremonies prior to the start of the their season-opening game at Tokyo Dome March 30, 2004. The Devil Rays won the match 8-3. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
JAPAN
RTRUZ2C 
March 30, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez follows through on his hit as he makes the 300th homerun of his career... 
Tokyo, Japan 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS' MARTINEZ FOLLOWS THROUGH ON HIS 300TH CAREER HOMERUN IN TOKYO. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez follows through on his hit as he makes the 300th homerun of his career during the season-opener game against the New York Yankees at Tokyo Dome March 30, 2004. The Devil Rays won the match 8-3. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/TW 
JAPAN
RTRUZ1I 
March 30, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez (L) blasts a two-run homer while New York Yankees' catcher Jorge... 
Tokyo, Japan 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS MARTINEZ BLASTS A TWO-RUN HOMER AGAINST NEW YORK YANKEES IN TOKYO. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez (L) blasts a two-run homer while New York Yankees' catcher Jorge Posada looks on, in the seventh inning during their first game of the Major League baseball 2004 season openers against the New York Yankees at Tokyo Dome in Tokyo March 30, 2004. The Devil Rays won the game 8-3. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TW 
JAPAN
RTRUZ0R 
March 30, 2004 
JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER KOIZUMI AND FORMER NEW YORK MAYOR GIULIANI WITH PLAYERS AT START OF U.S. MLB... 
Tokyo, Japan 
JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER KOIZUMI AND FORMER NEW YORK MAYOR GIULIANI WITH PLAYERS AT START OF U.S. MLB... 
JAPANESE PRIME MINISTER KOIZUMI AND FORMER NEW YORK MAYOR GIULIANI WITH PLAYERS AT START OF U.S. MLB IN TOKYO. Japanee Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi (2nd R), former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani (2nd L), Tampa Bay Devil Rays Tino Martinez (L) and New York Yankees Hideki Matsui during the ceremonial first ball to start the U.S. Major League Baseball's season opener between the New York Yankees and the Tampa Bay Devil Rays at Tokyo Dome in Tokyo March 30, 2004. REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi 
JAPAN
RTRUSTO 
March 27, 2004 
From left, New York Yankees outfielder Hideki Matsui, Tampa Bay Devil Rays infielder Tino Martinez and... 
Tokyo, Japan 
MLB PLAYERS TAOST AT WELCOME RECEPTION IN TOKYO. 
From left, New York Yankees outfielder Hideki Matsui, Tampa Bay Devil Rays infielder Tino Martinez and manager Lou Piniella raise wooden cups of sake, or rice wine, for a toast during a welcome reception for the two major league teams at a Tokyo hotel March 27, 2004. The Yankees and the Devil Rays will meet in the two season-opening games at Tokyo Dome in Japan on Tuesday and Wednesday. REUTERS/Koji Sasahara/Pool TT/TW 
JAPAN
RTRUSKX 
March 27, 2004 
MLB Tampa Bay Devil Rays manager Lou Piniella (L) and his players (L-R;) Aubrey Huff, Tino Martinez,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
MLB TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS' PINIELLA AND PLAYERS SMILE FOR CAMERAS AT A TOKYO NEWS CONFERENCE. 
MLB Tampa Bay Devil Rays manager Lou Piniella (L) and his players (L-R;) Aubrey Huff, Tino Martinez, Carl Crawford, and Rocco Baldelli smile for cameras beneath a Japanese sign reading "MLB season-opener" at a news conference at the Tokyo Dome March 27, 2004. The Devil Rays flew in to Tokyo earlier in the day for their Major League opening games against the New York Yankees which are to be held March 30 and 31. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita ES/SH 
JAPAN
RTRURKA 
March 27, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez (C) arrives with his teammates at Haneda international airport in... 
Japan 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAY'S MARTINES ARRIVES IN TOKYO. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez (C) arrives with his teammates at Haneda international airport in Tokyo March 27, 2004 for the opening games of the 2004 season U.S. Major League baseball. The Devil Rays will play two games in Tokyo against New York Yankees at Tokyo Dome stadium on March 30 and 31. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/THI 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRU365 
March 12, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez watches his base hit againat the Cleveland Indians go down the first... 
St.Petersburg 
TAMPA BAY DEVIL RAYS BATTER TINO MARTINEZ HITS AGAINST CELEVELAND. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' Tino Martinez watches his base hit againat the Cleveland Indians go down the first base line during the second inning at Progress Energy Park in St. Petersburg, Florida March 12, 2004. REUTERS/Peter Muhly PM 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRTA82 
February 23, 2004 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' infielders Fred McGriif (R) and Tino Martinez talk, during the first day of workouts... 
St Petersburgh, United States of America 
TAMPAS MARTINEZ AND MCGRIFF TALK DURING A WORK OUT IN FLORIDA. 
Tampa Bay Devil Rays' infielders Fred McGriif (R) and Tino Martinez talk, during the first day of workouts at the Rays spring training facility in St. Petersburg, Florida, February 23, 2004. Martinez came over as a free agent from the St. Louis Cardinals this off-season. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTROUYX 
September 15, 2003 
St. Louis Cardinal Tino Martinez (R) and Milwaukee Brewer catcher Eddie
Perez both appeal to home plate... 
St Louis, United States of America 
CARDS MARTINEZ GETS THE CALL AND SCORES. 
St. Louis Cardinal Tino Martinez (R) and Milwaukee Brewer catcher Eddie
Perez both appeal to home plate umpire Mike Fichter. The call went to
Martinez who scored on the third inning hit by Chris Widger September
15, 2003 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Gary Brady

GB/ME 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRNI6M 
August 12, 2003 
Tino Martinez of the St. Louis Cardinals (R) is congratulated by
teammates Jim Edmonds (L) and Scott... 
Pittsburgh, United States of America 
TINO MARTINEZ OF ST LOUIS AFTER HOME RUN AGAINST THE PIRATES IN
PITTSBURGH. 
Tino Martinez of the St. Louis Cardinals (R) is congratulated by
teammates Jim Edmonds (L) and Scott Rolen after hitting a three-run
home run against the Pittsburgh Pirates, in the first inning of their
game in Pittsburgh, August 12, 2003. Edmonds and Rolen scored on the
play. REUTERS/Jason Cohn

JC/GN 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRN2UF 
August 02, 2003 
St. Louis Cardinals batter Bo Hart (31) is greeted by baserunners Tino
Martinez (L), Mike Matheny and... 
New York, United States of America 
CARDS HART GREETED AT PLATE AFTER GRAND SLAM AGAINST METS. 
St. Louis Cardinals batter Bo Hart (31) is greeted by baserunners Tino
Martinez (L), Mike Matheny and Miguel Cairo (41) after Hart hit a grand
slam home run off New York Mets pitcher Jae Weong Seo, in the fourth
inning at Shea Stadium in New York, August 2, 2003. REUTERS/Ray
Stubblebine

RFS 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRMKCO 
July 19, 2003 
St. Louis Cardinals Scott Rolen (R) celebrates with Tino Martinez after
scoring a home run off Los Angeles... 
Los Angeles, USA 
ST LOUIS CARDINALS SCOTT ROLEN CELEBRATES HOME RUN. 
St. Louis Cardinals Scott Rolen (R) celebrates with Tino Martinez after
scoring a home run off Los Angeles Dodgers Guillermo Mota during the
seventh inning of their game in Los Angeles, July 19, 2003.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

LN 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR13XGG 
June 17, 2003 
St. Louis Cardinals batter Tino Martinez is restrained by the team
trainer after being plucked in the... 
Milwaukee, United States of America 
CARDINALS BATTER TINO MARTINEZ ADDRESSES BREWERS PITCHER VALERIO DE LOS
SANTOS. 
St. Louis Cardinals batter Tino Martinez is restrained by the team
trainer after being plucked in the back by a pitch from Milwaukee
Brewers pitcher Valerio De Los Santos in the sixth inning at Miller
Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin June 17, 2003. Martinez left the game with
a sore back and was replaced by pinch runner Kerry Robinson.
REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson

AF 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR13WRK 
June 15, 2003 
St. Louis Cardinals batter Albert Pujols (R) reaches out to shake
on-deck batter Tino Martinez's hand... 
New York, United States of America 
CARDINALS PUJOLS HOMERS AGAINST YANKEES. 
St. Louis Cardinals batter Albert Pujols (R) reaches out to shake
on-deck batter Tino Martinez's hand as he touches home plate after
hitting a solo home run off New York Yankees pitcher Mike Mussina in
the fourth inning at Yankee Stadium in New York, June 15, 2003.
Martinez was playing in Yankee Stadium for the first series since he
laft the Yankees as a free agent two years ago. REUTERS/Ray
Stubblebine

RFS/ME 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR134ML 
April 14, 2003 
St. Louis Cardinals batter Orlando Palmeiro lashes out a double to the
gap scoring teammates Tino Martinez... 
Milwaukee, United States of America 
CARDINALS BATTER ORLANDO PALMEIRO HITS TWO RBI DOUBLE OFF BREWERS. 
St. Louis Cardinals batter Orlando Palmeiro lashes out a double to the
gap scoring teammates Tino Martinez and Edgar Renteria in the fifth
inning at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin April 14, 2003. Palmeiro
also had an RBI sac fly in the first inning, and a solo home run in the
third inning, all off Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Todd Richie.
REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson

AF 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRZGT8 
October 13, 2002 
St. Louis Cardinals Tino Martinez drives in his team's second run with
a base hit during first inning... 
San Francisco, USA 
CARDINALS TINO MARTINEZ DRIVES IN TEAMS SECOND RUN IN GAME 4. 
St. Louis Cardinals Tino Martinez drives in his team's second run with
a base hit during first inning action in Game 4 of the National League
Championship Series in San Francisco, October 13, 2002. San Francisco
Giants catcher is at left. REUTERS/Mike Segar

GMH/ME 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRYZBE 
September 30, 2002 
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Tino Martinez takes infield practice
during the team's workout in... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
CARDINALS TINO MARTINEZ DURING INFIELD PRACTICE FOR PLAYOFFS. 
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Tino Martinez takes infield practice
during the team's workout in Phoenix, Arizona, September 30, 2002. The
Cardinals will play the defending world champion Arizona Diamondbacks
in the National League Divison Series Playoff beginning in Phoenix,
October, 1, 2002. REUTERS/Jeff Topping

JT 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRYL1J 
September 11, 2002 
St. Louis Cardinals baserunner Tino Martinez (L) scores from first base
on Edgar Renteria's double to... 
Milwaukee, United States of America 
CARDINALS BASERUNNER MINTINEZ SCORES AS BREWERS CATCHER FABREGAS CAN'T
HANDLE THROW. 
St. Louis Cardinals baserunner Tino Martinez (L) scores from first base
on Edgar Renteria's double to left field, as Milwaukee Brewers catcher
Jorge Fabregas (R) is unable to handle the relay throw from Jose
Hernandez in the fourth inning at Miller Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
September 11, 2002. The Brewers were defeated by the the Cardinals 4-3.
REUTERS/Ron Bloede

AF 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRY34M 
August 15, 2002 
St. Louis Cardinals Albert Pujols (5), J.D. Drew (7) and Jim Edmonds
(15) celebrate after scoring against... 
Pittsburgh, United States of America 
ST LOUIS PUJOLS DREW AND EDMONDS CELEBRATE SCORING AGAINST PITTSBURGH. 
St. Louis Cardinals Albert Pujols (5), J.D. Drew (7) and Jim Edmonds
(15) celebrate after scoring against the Pittsburgh Pirates on a double
by teammate Tino Martinez in the ninth inning in Pittsburgh, August 15,
2002. The Cardinals won 11-5, completing a four-game sweep of the
Pirates and winning their sixth straight game. REUTERS/Jason Cohn

JC 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRY2KN 
August 14, 2002 
Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Rob Mackowiak fails to reach a single
hit by St. Louis Cardinals Tino... 
Pittsburgh, United States of America 
PITTSBURGHS MACKOWIAK FAILS TO REACH BALL HIT BY CARDINALS MARTINEZ. 
Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Rob Mackowiak fails to reach a single
hit by St. Louis Cardinals Tino Martinez in the second inning in
Pittsburgh on August 14, 2002. REUTERS/Jason Cohn

JC 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRY1MQ 
August 11, 2002 
St. Louis Cardinals' Scott Rolen is forced out at second base by New
York Mets' shortstop Rey Ordonez,... 
St Louis, United States of America 
CARDINALS ROLEN FORCED OUT AT SECOND BY METS ORDONEZ. 
St. Louis Cardinals' Scott Rolen is forced out at second base by New
York Mets' shortstop Rey Ordonez, August 11, 2002 at Busch Stadium in
St. Louis. Rolens was able to break up the potential second inning
double play on Tino Martinez's batted ball. REUTERS/Gary Brady

GB/HB 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRVVSF 
May 27, 2002 
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Tino Martinez (21) is congratulated
in the dugout after his game winning... 
Houston, United States of America 
CARDINALS MARTINEZ HIGH FIVED AFTER GAME WINNING TWO RUN HOMER. 
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Tino Martinez (21) is congratulated
in the dugout after his game winning two-run homer in the eighth inning
to give the Cardinals the lead and the win 4-3 over the Houston Astros
in Houston, May 27, 2002. REUTERS/Richard Carson

RJC 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRVCLO 
May 10, 2002 
St. Louis Cardinals Edgar Renteria (L) celebrates his game winning
two-run home run off of Cincinnati... 
Cincinnati, United States of America 
ST LOUIS CARDINALS EDGAR RENTERIA CELEBRATES TWO RUN HOME RUN FOR WIN
OVER THE CINCINNATI REDS. 
St. Louis Cardinals Edgar Renteria (L) celebrates his game winning
two-run home run off of Cincinnati Reds pitcher Danny Graves with
teammate Tino Martinez (R) at home plate during the eighth inning of
play at Cinergy Field in Cincinnati, Ohio, May 10, 2002. St. Louis won
4-2. REUTERS/John Sommers II

JPS/HK 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRV164 
April 28, 2002 
Montreal Expos shortstop Orlando Cabrera leaps over St. Louis Cardinals
Tino Martinez after making the... 
Montreal, Canada 
EXPOS CABRERA LEAPS OVER CARDINALS MARTINEZ. 
Montreal Expos shortstop Orlando Cabrera leaps over St. Louis Cardinals
Tino Martinez after making the double play during the fifth inning of
action at Olympic Stadium in Montreal, April 28, 2002. Cardinals Mike
Matheny was out at first base on the play. The Expos beat the Cardinals
5-2. REUTERS/Shaun Best

SB 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRUXQJ 
April 25, 2002 
New York Mets catcher Vance Wilson squeezes a catch a bit too hard on a
pop up hit by St. Louis Cardinals... 
New York, United States of America 
NEW YORK METS CATCHER WILSON DROPS CARDS MARTINEZ POP UP FOR ERROR. 
New York Mets catcher Vance Wilson squeezes a catch a bit too hard on a
pop up hit by St. Louis Cardinals batter Tino Martinez, which fell for
an error in the fifth inning at Shea Stadium in New York, April 25,
2002. The two out error allowed a run to score. Home plate ump Paul
Emmel watches (foreground). REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

RFS 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRUTIV 
April 20, 2002 
Milwaukee Brewers' baserunner Richie Sexson attempts to score on an
infield ground ball is tagged out... 
Milwaukee, United States of America 
BREWERS BASERUNNER RICHIE SEXTON TAGGED OUT BY CARDINALS CATCHER MIKE
DIFELICE. 
Milwaukee Brewers' baserunner Richie Sexson attempts to score on an
infield ground ball is tagged out by St. Louis Cardinals' catcher Mike
Difelice (8) in the third inning at Miller Park in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, April 20, 2002. Cardinals' first baseman Tino Martinez
fielded Tyler Houston's grounder and relayed to Difelice for the out.
The Brewers went on to defeat the Cardinals 5-3. REUTERS/Ron Bloede

AF/HK 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRTFR3 
February 25, 2002 
St. Louis Cardinals infielder Tino Martinez (C) talks with infielder
Chris Duncan (R) during a spring... 
Miami, United States of America 
CARDINALS PLAYERS MARTINEZ WORKS OUT DURING SPRING PRACTICE IN FLORIDA. 
St. Louis Cardinals infielder Tino Martinez (C) talks with infielder
Chris Duncan (R) during a spring training practice February 25, 2002 in
Jupiter, Florida. Martinez was aquired by the Cardinals in an
off-season trade from the New York Yankees. REUTERS/Marc Serota

MS/GN 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTRTFQX 
February 25, 2002 
St. Louis Cardinals infielder Tino Martinez fields ground balls during
a spring training practice February... 
Miami, United States of America 
CARDINALS FIRST BASEMAN MARTINEZ FIELDS BALLS DURING PRACTICE IN
FLORIDA. 
St. Louis Cardinals infielder Tino Martinez fields ground balls during
a spring training practice February 25, 2002 in Jupiter, Florida.
Martinez was accquired by the Cardinals in an off-season trade from the
New York Yankees. REUTERS/Marc Serota

MS 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR14ZVC 
November 04, 2001 
The St. Louis Cardinals agreed to a three-year deal with free agent
first baseman Tino Martinez on December... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
FILE PHOTO OF YANKEES MARTINEZ. 
The St. Louis Cardinals agreed to a three-year deal with free agent
first baseman Tino Martinez on December 18, 2001, according to KSDK-TV
in St. Louis. Martinez, who has spent the last six years with the New
York Yankees, had 34 home runs, with 113 RBI and a .280 batting average
last season. Martinez is shown getting a base hit during Game 7 of the
World Series in this November 4, 2001 file photo. REUTERS/Mike Blake

ME 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR14T67 
November 04, 2001 
New York Yankees Derek Jeter takes the bat from Arizona Diamondbacks
catcher Damian Miller (L) after... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
YANKEES JETER CROSSES HOME PLATE WITH TYING RUN IN SEVENTH INNING. 
New York Yankees Derek Jeter takes the bat from Arizona Diamondbacks
catcher Damian Miller (L) after crossing home plate for the tying run
in the seventh inning in Game 7 of the 2001 World Series at Bank One
Ballpark in Phoenix, November 4, 2001. Jeter scored from second base on
an RBI single by first baseman Tino Martinez. REUTERS/Mike Blake

JM 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR14T66 
November 04, 2001 
New York Yankees Derek Jeter (R) celebrates with Todd Greene (43) at
the dugout after scoring the tying... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
YANKEES JETER IS GREETED AT DUGOUT AFTER SCORING TYING RUN AGAINST
DIAMONDBACKS. 
New York Yankees Derek Jeter (R) celebrates with Todd Greene (43) at
the dugout after scoring the tying run in the seventh inning against
the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 7 of the 2001 World Series at Bank One
Ballpark in Phoenix, November 4, 2001. Jeter scored from second base on
an RBI single by first baseman Tino Martinez. REUTERS/Mike Blake

JM 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR14T64 
November 04, 2001 
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (R) and catcher Jorge Posada
(20) celebrate at home plate after... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
YANKEES JETER AND POSADA CELEBRATE AFTER SCORING TIE RUN IN SEVENTH
INNING. 
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (R) and catcher Jorge Posada
(20) celebrate at home plate after Jeter scored in the seventh ining to
tie the game against the Arizona Dioamondbacks in Game 7 of the 2001
World Series at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, November 4, 2001. Jeter
scored from second base on an RBI single by first baseman Tino
Martinez. REUTERS/Mike Blake

JM 
SPORT BASEBALL
RTR14T62 
November 04, 2001 
New York Yankees first baseman Tino Martinez hits an RBI single in the
seventh inning to tie the game... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
YANKEES MATINEZ HITS RBI SINGLE TO TIE GAME IN SEVENTH INNING OF GAME
SEVEN. 
New York Yankees first baseman Tino Martinez hits an RBI single in the
seventh inning to tie the game in Game 7 of the 2001 World Series at
Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, November 4, 2001. Yankee shortstop Derek
Jeter scored from second base on the hit and tied the game after
Arizona Diamondbacks Danny Bautista hit an RBI double in the sixth
inning to score the Diamondbacks first run of the game. REUTERS/Mike
Blake

JM 
SPORT BASEBALL
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November 04, 2001 
New York Yankees first baseman Tino Martinez twists at home plate after
popping out to centerfield against... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
YANKEES MARTINEZ TWISTS AT HOME PLATE AFTER POPPING OUT IN FIFTH INNING
OF GAME 7. 
New York Yankees first baseman Tino Martinez twists at home plate after
popping out to centerfield against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 7
of the 2001 World Series at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, November 4,
2001. This is only the third Game 7 in the last 14 years of World
Series play. REUTERS/Mike Blake

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October 31, 2001 
New York Yankees Tino Martinez (C) celebrates with teammates after
hitting a two-run home run in the... 
New York, United States of America 
YANKEES MARTINEZ CELEBRATES AFTER TWO RUN HOMER AGAINST ARIZONA. 
New York Yankees Tino Martinez (C) celebrates with teammates after
hitting a two-run home run in the ninth inning of Game 4 of the World
Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks in New York October 31, 2001.
The homer tied the score at 3-3. The Yankees won the game in the 10th
inning 4-3. REUTERS/M. David Leeds

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October 31, 2001 
New York Yankees Tino Martinez celebrates after hitting a two-run home
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New York, United States of America 
YANKEES MARTINEZ RAISES HELMET AFTER TWO RUN HOMER AGAINST ARIZONA. 
New York Yankees Tino Martinez celebrates after hitting a two-run home
run in the ninth inning of Game 4 of the World Series against the
Arizona Diamondbacks in New York October 31, 2001. The homer tied the
score at 3-3. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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October 31, 2001 
New York Yankees Tino Martinez (R) celebrates with teammate Paul
O'Neill after hitting a two-run home... 
New York, United States of America 
YANKEES MARTINEZ CELEBRATES TWO RUN HOMER AGAINST ARIZONA. 
New York Yankees Tino Martinez (R) celebrates with teammate Paul
O'Neill after hitting a two-run home run in the ninth inning of Game 4
of the World Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks in New York
October 31, 2001. The homer tied the score at 3-3. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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October 31, 2001 
New York Yankees Yankees Tino Martinez hits a two-run home run in the
ninth inning of Game 4 of the... 
New York, United States of America 
YANKEES MARTINEZ HITS TWO RUN HOMER IN NINTH INNING AGAINST ARIZONA. 
New York Yankees Yankees Tino Martinez hits a two-run home run in the
ninth inning of Game 4 of the World Series against the Arizona
Diamondbacks in New York October 31, 2001. REUTERS/Shaun Best

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October 31, 2001 
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Byung-Hyun Kim returns to the mound as New
York Yankees Tino Martinez rounds... 
New York, United States of America 
DIAMONDBACKS PITCHER AFTER YANKEES TWO RUN HOMER IN NINTH INNING. 
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Byung-Hyun Kim returns to the mound as New
York Yankees Tino Martinez rounds the bases after hitting a two-run
home run in the ninth inning of Game 4 of the World Series in New York
October 31, 2001. The homer tied the score at 3-3. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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October 31, 2001 
New York Yankees Yankees Tino Martinez hits a two-run home run in the
ninth inning of Game 4 of the... 
New York, United States of America 
YANKEES MARTINEZ HITS TWO RUN HOMER IN NINTH INNING AGAINST ARIZONA. 
New York Yankees Yankees Tino Martinez hits a two-run home run in the
ninth inning of Game 4 of the World Series against the Arizona
Diamondbacks in New York October 31, 2001. The homer tied the score at
3-3. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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October 31, 2001 
Home plate umpire Ed Rapuano (R) calls out Arizona Diamondbacks Tony
Womack (2nd L) after he was tagged... 
New York, United States of America 
DIAMONDBACKS WOMACK OUT AT PLATE IN GAME 4 OF WORLD SERIES. 
Home plate umpire Ed Rapuano (R) calls out Arizona Diamondbacks Tony
Womack (2nd L) after he was tagged by New York Yankees catcher Jorge
Pasada (R) at the plate in the fifth inning of Game 4 of the World
Series in New York October 31, 2001. Yankees pitcher Orlando Hernandez
(L) and first baseman Tino Martinez (C) watch the play. Womack tried to
score from third on a sacrifice fly by Luis Gonzalez. REUTERS/Shaun
Best

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October 30, 2001 
Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Damian Miller and first baseman Mark Grace
drop the ball as they collide... 
New York, United States of America 
ARIZONA CATCHER MILLER WATCHES BALL DROP OFF OF GRACE. 
Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Damian Miller and first baseman Mark Grace
drop the ball as they collide on a foul pop up by the Yankees Tino
Martinez in the sixth inning during Game 3 of the World Series in New
York October 30, 2001. The Diamondbacks lead the Yankees 2 games to
none in the series. REUTERS/Peter Morgan

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October 30, 2001 
Arizona Diamondbacks' Craig Counsell walks off the field after being
tagged out by New York Yankees... 
New York, United States of America 
ARIZONA CRAIG COUNSELL PICKED OFF FIRST BASE DURING GAME THREE OF WORLD
SERIES. 
Arizona Diamondbacks' Craig Counsell walks off the field after being
tagged out by New York Yankees first baseman Tino Martinez in a pickoff
move by Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens in the first inning in Game 3 of
the World Series in New York October 30, 2001. The Diamondbacks lead
the Yankees 2-0 in the series. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

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October 29, 2001 
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter and first baseman Tino Martinez
(R) laugh at the Yankees work... 
New York, United States of America 
YANKEES JETER AND MARTINEZ LAUGH AT PRACTICE. 
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter and first baseman Tino Martinez
(R) laugh at the Yankees work out October 29, 2001 at Yankee Stadium in
New York. The Yankees will face the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 3 of
the World Series October 30 after the Yankees have lost the first two
games of the best of seven games series. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

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October 26, 2001 
New York Yankees first baseman Tino Martinez (C) points out something
to teammates Roger Clemens (L)... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
YANKEES CLEMENS MARTINEX AND WILLIAMS DURING WORKOUTS IN PHOENIX. 
New York Yankees first baseman Tino Martinez (C) points out something
to teammates Roger Clemens (L) and Bernie Williams (R) during team
workouts at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, October 26, 2001. The Yankees
meet the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 1 of the 2001 World Series
October 27. REUTERS/Colin Braley

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October 26, 2001 
New York Yankees; (L-R) Tino Martinez, Derek Jeter, and Chuck Knoblauch
stretch during team workouts... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
YANKEES JETER MARTINEZ AND KNOBLAUCH DURING WORLD SERIES WORKOUTS IN
PHOENIX. 
New York Yankees; (L-R) Tino Martinez, Derek Jeter, and Chuck Knoblauch
stretch during team workouts at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, Arizona
October 26, 2001. The Yankees meet the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 1
of the 2001 World Series October 27. REUTERS/Mike Blake

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October 26, 2001 
Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Luis Gonzalez (L) and New York Yankees
first baseman Tino Martinez (R)... 
Phoenix, United States of America 
DIAMONDBACKS GONZALEZ AND YANKEES MARTINEZ DURING WORLD SERIES PHOTO
SHOOT. 
Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Luis Gonzalez (L) and New York Yankees
first baseman Tino Martinez (R) stand with a bat during a World Series
photo shoot at Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix, October 26, 2001. The two
players grew up together in Florida, have known each other since they
were six-years-old, and played high school baseball together. The
Yankees and Diamondbacks meet in Game 1 of the 2001 World Series
October 27. REUTERS/Jeff Topping

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