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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | June 25, 1995
Vaughn Eshelman visited Camden Yards three days after it opened in 1992 and just a few days after having elbow surgery.He sat out the entire 1992 season and told his wife, Julie, that he would never go back to Camden Yards, not unless he could play there.Eshelman is back. The left-hander starts today for the Boston Red Sox, who selected him from the Orioles on Dec. 5 in the Rule V draft.He made good on his promise, but with the wrong team."I didn't think it would be on the visiting side," Eshelman said.
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June 11, 2006
On June 9, 2006, HARRY W., loving husband of Patricia L. Strovel; devoted father of Deane Schwatka, Jeffrey Strovel and Amy Simmons; dear brother of Jean Scoville, Gerri Forti and the late Shirley Eshelman, Tommy Strovel and Michael Strovel; cherished grandfather of Summer, Christopher, John Michael, Jake, Luke and the late Alexander; great-grandfather of William, Lily, Olivia and soon-to-be Michael Alexander. The family will receive friends in the Lemmon Funeral Home of Dulaney Valley, Inc., 10 W. Padonia Road, Timonium, MD 21093 on Monday, June 12 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services and interment private.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | June 25, 1995
Vaughn Eshelman visited Camden Yards three days after it opened in 1992 and just a few days after having elbow surgery.He sat out the entire 1992 season and told his wife, Julie, that he would never go back to Camden Yards, not unless he could play there.Eshelman is back. The left-hander starts today for the Boston Red Sox, who selected him from the Orioles on Dec. 5 in the Rule V draft.He made good on his promise, but with the wrong team."I didn't think it would be on the visiting side," Eshelman said.
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By LARRY CARSON and LARRY CARSON,SUN REPORTER | March 10, 2006
When other residents of the now-closed Ev-Mar Mobile Home Park in Savage talked about buying the land to start their own co-op, and later sued to forestall their eviction, Tracy Hollifield Crowder stood apart. She did not think the co-op idea was practical, and she believed the lawsuit was wrong, because the land belonged to the owners, not the residents, she said. "I didn't go to any meetings. A lot of them were fighting over somebody else's property," said Crowder, 45, a school bus driver who said she bought her double-wide unit in 1996 after a foreclosure and in 2000 moved in to get her children into Howard County schools.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | May 4, 1995
For the Orioles to remain competitive with New York and Toronto in the American League East, the bullpen is going to have to start performing better.Help could have come from Vaughn Eshelman, a Rule V draftee taken by the Boston Red Sox in December. All he did was beat the Yankees in his major-league debut Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.The former Orioles farmhand, pitching his first game above the Double-A level, threw six innings of three-hit ball in an 8-0 win.Not bad for Eshelman's first major-league start and for a player who went 11-9 at Bowie last season.
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By From Staff Reports | May 15, 1994
TRENTON, N.J. -- Vaughn Eshelman pitched eight shutout innings as the Bowie Baysox defeated the Trenton Thunder, 4-2, yesterday in a Double-A Eastern League game. Eshelman allowed two runs in the ninth, and Joe Borowski entered to save his second game.Eshelman (4-2) recorded his second victory of the season against the Thunder, which has dropped four of five games to the Baysox.Bowie, which improved to 8-7 on the road, jumped to a 3-0 lead after Basilio Ortiz hit an RBI single in the fourth inning.
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By Buster Olney | June 26, 1995
On the field: The Orioles did not protect Vaughn Eshelman from the Rule V draft during the off-season, and the left-hander did his best to justify that decision yesterday in his start for the Red Sox. Eshelman lasted just two innings, allowing four hits, four walks and five runs.In the dugout: Red Sox manager Kevin Kennedy had designs on a low-scoring game, even when the Orioles took a 2-0 lead in the first inning. Jose Canseco walked to open the second, and then third baseman Tim Naehring dropped a sacrifice bunt.
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By Mark Strausberg | July 18, 1994
BOWIE -- Vaughn Eshelman pitched a four-hitter and struck out seven, leading the Bowie Baysox to a 7-0 victory over the New Britain Red Sox yesterday in a Double-A Eastern League game at Prince George's Stadium."
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By JOHN EISENBERG | May 26, 1995
Mark McLemore is hitting .404, Mike Devereaux is hitting .338, Vaughn Eshelman is 3-0 -- and the Orioles are in last place in the AL East.Lee Smith has converted all 11 of his save opportunities, Jack Voigt is hitting .400, Ron Gant has eight homers and 27 RBIs -- and the Orioles have one of baseball's worst records to show for a payroll approaching $50 million.Even though hot weather has arrived, general manager Roland Hemond would be wise to start wearing a suit of armor around town.With his team floundering and ex-Orioles thriving all over the place, the second-guessing is going to fly at him. Hard.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,SUN STAFF | April 17, 1996
Ralph Eshelman scrambled up the 27 granite steps and seven rungs of an iron ladder to the top of Pooles Island lighthouse. Like a kid with a new toy, he checked everything, peering into the exhaust vents for the smoke from oil lamps that once lighted the beacon and opening the hatch to the outside gallery."
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By BOSTON GLOBE | April 24, 1997
CLEVELAND -- Do the Boston Red Sox have enough bullpen talent to compete for the American League East crown?This question came to mind after yesterday's demoralizing 11-7 loss to the Cleveland Indians. By a twist of fate, the spotlight fell on left-hander Vaughn Eshelman, who stepped out of a car and into a relief appearance he was not expecting. He and his bullpen mates allowed 10 hits and seven runs in 2 2/3 innings.You have to wonder about some of the bullpen moves the Sox are making, and the wisdom of the people who are making them.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,SUN STAFF | April 17, 1996
Ralph Eshelman scrambled up the 27 granite steps and seven rungs of an iron ladder to the top of Pooles Island lighthouse. Like a kid with a new toy, he checked everything, peering into the exhaust vents for the smoke from oil lamps that once lighted the beacon and opening the hatch to the outside gallery."
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April 3, 1996
Indians: The crowd of 42,289 was the largest for a regular-season game at Jacobs Field and represented the 53rd straight sellout. All of Cleveland's home games this year are sold out. . . . Manager Mike Hargrove threw out the ceremonial first pitch, subbing for Dave Winfield. Winfield, who retired after spending last season with Cleveland, was to have thrown out the first pitch Monday, but had a commitment yesterday in Seattle that kept him from staying over after snow postponed the opener.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | July 5, 1995
Orioles reliever Gene Harris, diagnosed with a torn ligament in his right elbow, is mulling whether to have reconstructive surgery, and he's just not sure what to do.Harris, who turns 31 in December, still can throw his fastball in the mid-90s despite his injury. He was clocked at 98 mph the night before he was placed on the disabled list. But he has major trouble pitching on consecutive days, and throwing his slider causes him severe pain.Dr. James Andrews, who diagnosed the tear last week, told Harris to rest for 10 days, and if there was no improvement, he could consider the reconstructive surgery.
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By Buster Olney | June 26, 1995
On the field: The Orioles did not protect Vaughn Eshelman from the Rule V draft during the off-season, and the left-hander did his best to justify that decision yesterday in his start for the Red Sox. Eshelman lasted just two innings, allowing four hits, four walks and five runs.In the dugout: Red Sox manager Kevin Kennedy had designs on a low-scoring game, even when the Orioles took a 2-0 lead in the first inning. Jose Canseco walked to open the second, and then third baseman Tim Naehring dropped a sacrifice bunt.
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | June 25, 1995
Vaughn Eshelman visited Camden Yards three days after it opened in 1992 and just a few days after having elbow surgery.He sat out the entire 1992 season and told his wife, Julie, that he would never go back to Camden Yards, not unless he could play there.Eshelman is back. The left-hander starts today for the Boston Red Sox, who selected him from the Orioles on Dec. 5 in the Rule V draft.He made good on his promise, but with the wrong team."I didn't think it would be on the visiting side," Eshelman said.
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By Wayne Hardin and Wayne Hardin,Staff Writer | November 27, 1992
The artistic and entertainment directors came from Hershey Park, and the technical director from Disneyland in California. The camels came from Connecticut, and the audience comes from all around.The destination is Sight and Sound Entertainment Centre, the "vision" of owners Glenn and Shirley Eshelman, in the Amish country of Lancaster County."This is the country's largest full-time professional Christian theater," says Gregg Halteman, 37, sales and marketing manager.Mr. Halteman says in the year since it opened, 250,000 people have seen at least one of five shows, all with nondenominational Christian themes, in a 1,400-seat theater which has a stage the same size as the one in Radio City Music Hall in New York.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Staff Writer | September 6, 1993
FREDERICK -- File this one under Class-A Ugly.The Frederick Keys were so inept yesterday in the opening game of the Carolina League playoffs that Orioles general manager Roland Hemond saw fit to give them a pep talk after Wilmington had pinned an 11-0 beating on them at Grove Stadium."
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By Brad Snyder and Brad Snyder,Sun Staff Writer | June 25, 1995
Vaughn Eshelman visited Camden Yards three days after it opened in 1992 and just a few days after having elbow surgery.He sat out the entire 1992 season and told his wife, Julie, that he would never go back to Camden Yards, not unless he could play there.Eshelman is back. The left-hander starts today for the Boston Red Sox, who selected him from the Orioles on Dec. 5 in the Rule V draft.He made good on his promise, but with the wrong team."I didn't think it would be on the visiting side," Eshelman said.
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By BUSTER OLNEY | June 4, 1995
The Boston Red Sox always had been cut out of the same mold. Slugging, slow teams that inevitably collapsed because of bad pitching or defense. If they didn't crush you, they didn't win, and they've always had that Goliath arrogance that hasn't been justified in October since 1918.Which makes this year's team so different. The junkyard dog Red Sox, a collection of players overlooked or dumped by other clubs, are running away with the AL East.There's Tim Wakefield, released (justifiably) by the Pittsburgh Pirates because he couldn't find his knuckleball magic after the 1992 NL playoffs.
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