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December 28, 2005
The Arizona Diamondbacks traded slugger Troy Glaus and top minor league shortstop prospect Sergio Santos to the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday for Gold Glove second baseman Orlando Hudson and pitcher Miguel Batista. The Blue Jays have lacked punch since Carlos Delgado left as a free agent after the 2004 season. "He's the big bopper we were looking for," general manager J.P. Ricciardi said of Glaus. Glaus led Arizona in homers (37) and RBIs (97) last season, playing in 149 games in his only season with the Diamondbacks despite occasional flare-ups of a strained knee tendon.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | May 24, 2007
Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo summoned Daniel Cabrera into his office yesterday and inquired whether the right-hander intentionally hit Troy Glaus in the fifth inning of Monday night's game. Cabrera denied it, and Perlozzo was satisfied with the response. "I've got no reason to believe he would," Perlozzo said. "It certainly wasn't a situation to do that. He was having a hard enough time finding the plate. "I asked him point-blank whether he hit [Glaus] on purpose and he said, `No.' I've got to believe that.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2002
ANAHEIM, Calif. - So confident are the Anaheim Angels, they'll send out a rookie pitcher - John Lackey - tonight. He began the year in Salt Lake, and he never expected to be starting under these conditions, just as the Angels weren't supposed to be playing once the games moved into October. But they stopped being predictable a long time ago. Spring forecasts that they would be nothing more than a third-place team went ignored, and their status as a wild card got the same treatment. Not only are the Angels in the American League Championship Series, but they also have moved a step closer to clinching it. Troy Glaus led off the eighth inning last night with a home run off Minnesota Twins reliever J.C. Romero, and the Angels survived a pitching duel and a few lapses in judgment to win, 2-1, in Game 3 before 44,234 at Edison International Field.
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December 28, 2005
The Arizona Diamondbacks traded slugger Troy Glaus and top minor league shortstop prospect Sergio Santos to the Toronto Blue Jays yesterday for Gold Glove second baseman Orlando Hudson and pitcher Miguel Batista. The Blue Jays have lacked punch since Carlos Delgado left as a free agent after the 2004 season. "He's the big bopper we were looking for," general manager J.P. Ricciardi said of Glaus. Glaus led Arizona in homers (37) and RBIs (97) last season, playing in 149 games in his only season with the Diamondbacks despite occasional flare-ups of a strained knee tendon.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2004
Given the choice, Anaheim Angels free agent Troy Glaus wants to stay at third base. If the Orioles still regard him as an option at first, their selling job will have to include more than the city and the stadium. Glaus would give the Orioles a much-desired right-handed hitter, and a proven run producer whose 2004 season was wrecked by a shoulder injury that required surgery. But team executives Jim Beattie and Mike Flanagan indicated at last week's general managers' meetings that they weren't going to move Melvin Mora from third.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | June 26, 2001
TORONTO - Perhaps Orioles third baseman Cal Ripken has one more streak to end before calling it quits - consecutive seasons elected an All-Star Game starter. The latest ballot results released yesterday show Ripken falling to third place behind the Seattle Mariners' David Bell and Anaheim Angels' Troy Glaus. Bell has received 612,665 votes to pass Glaus (579,416). Ripken is next at 558,336 heading into the final week of voting. Bell, batting .250 with seven homers and 34 RBIs, is seeking his first trip to the midsummer classic.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 2, 2002
NEW YORK - The euphoria twisting his words into tight little knots, Jarrod Washburn referred to the Anaheim Angels clinching a wild-card berth last week as lifting the "demons" from their backs. It wasn't until he noticed all the puzzled looks that Washburn corrected himself. "Monkeys off our backs?" he said. "Whatever." The New York Yankees lowered something much heavier on the Angels last night - their talent and mystique. Good luck removing those. No stranger to postseason dramatics, Bernie Williams drilled a three-run homer off reliever Brendan Donnelly with two outs in the eighth inning, and the Yankees seized immediate control of the American League Division Series with an 8-5 win in Game 1 at Yankee Stadium.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 13, 2002
ANAHEIM, Calif. - With the Anaheim Angels doing the opposite of what so many people expected of them this year, it seemed appropriate that they'd use the anniversary of a colossal failure to notch another big win. This team is tired of mourning the past, especially with so much life left in its season. Rookie John Lackey, a Triple-A pitcher until four months ago, shut out the Minnesota Twins over seven innings, and Troy Glaus delivered a clutch single to break a scoreless tie before the Angels erupted for a 7-1 victory in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series at Edison International Field last night.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN REPORTER | May 24, 2007
Orioles manager Sam Perlozzo summoned Daniel Cabrera into his office yesterday and inquired whether the right-hander intentionally hit Troy Glaus in the fifth inning of Monday night's game. Cabrera denied it, and Perlozzo was satisfied with the response. "I've got no reason to believe he would," Perlozzo said. "It certainly wasn't a situation to do that. He was having a hard enough time finding the plate. "I asked him point-blank whether he hit [Glaus] on purpose and he said, `No.' I've got to believe that.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | July 3, 2001
Coming off a three-hit game in his final appearance at Chicago's Comiskey Park, Cal Ripken stayed hot yesterday even as the Orioles reached an open date on their schedule. With all the votes counted for next Tuesday's 72nd All-Star Game, Ripken has passed Seattle's David Bell and Anaheim's Troy Glaus to again represent the American League as the starting third baseman. Only a week ago, Ripken had slipped to third place despite the sentimental tug of his pending retirement after 21 major-league seasons.
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December 31, 2004
THE NBA A year before LeBron James backed up the hype that accompanied his rise from high school icon to full-fledged NBA star, Amare Stoudemire made a less publicized, but no less dramatic, leap. After a checkered high school career spent mostly in Orlando, Fla., Stoudemire went from being the ninth pick in the 2002 NBA draft to the league's Rookie of the Year with the Phoenix Suns. But as the Suns fell off last season from being a playoff team to just another dysfunctional group of Gen X millionaires, in part because Stoudemire missed 27 games with injuries, the 21-year-old's star dimmed a little.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2004
Given the choice, Anaheim Angels free agent Troy Glaus wants to stay at third base. If the Orioles still regard him as an option at first, their selling job will have to include more than the city and the stadium. Glaus would give the Orioles a much-desired right-handed hitter, and a proven run producer whose 2004 season was wrecked by a shoulder injury that required surgery. But team executives Jim Beattie and Mike Flanagan indicated at last week's general managers' meetings that they weren't going to move Melvin Mora from third.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | October 20, 2002
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Maybe this is all part of the plan. The Anaheim Angels lost the first game of their Division Series and the first game of the American League Championship Series. Now, they've lost the first game of the 98th World Series, as if that is the way it is supposed to be done. The Rally Monkey played possum. The San Francisco Giants did not. Barry Bonds made his World Series debut with a bang and the Giants hit three homers last night to score a 4-3 victory in Game 1 of the first all-wild card Fall Classic at Edison International Field.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 13, 2002
ANAHEIM, Calif. - With the Anaheim Angels doing the opposite of what so many people expected of them this year, it seemed appropriate that they'd use the anniversary of a colossal failure to notch another big win. This team is tired of mourning the past, especially with so much life left in its season. Rookie John Lackey, a Triple-A pitcher until four months ago, shut out the Minnesota Twins over seven innings, and Troy Glaus delivered a clutch single to break a scoreless tie before the Angels erupted for a 7-1 victory in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series at Edison International Field last night.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2002
ANAHEIM, Calif. - So confident are the Anaheim Angels, they'll send out a rookie pitcher - John Lackey - tonight. He began the year in Salt Lake, and he never expected to be starting under these conditions, just as the Angels weren't supposed to be playing once the games moved into October. But they stopped being predictable a long time ago. Spring forecasts that they would be nothing more than a third-place team went ignored, and their status as a wild card got the same treatment. Not only are the Angels in the American League Championship Series, but they also have moved a step closer to clinching it. Troy Glaus led off the eighth inning last night with a home run off Minnesota Twins reliever J.C. Romero, and the Angels survived a pitching duel and a few lapses in judgment to win, 2-1, in Game 3 before 44,234 at Edison International Field.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 3, 2002
NEW YORK - A strange sense of calm filled the visitor's clubhouse at Yankee Stadium after the opening game of the American League Division Series. Nobody panicked or cursed his fate. One defeat wasn't going to leave the Anaheim Angels shaken, even with the history of their opponent and quality of the stakes. "There's no such thing as a loss that's easy," said Angels manager Mike Scioscia. "It's how you respond to them that's important." The Angels gave Scioscia the proper response last night.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | September 8, 2002
The Orioles made a comeback that reminded them of happier times last night, a late two-run rally that stunned the Anaheim Angels into thinking they might lose precious ground in the American League playoff pennant race. But times have changed, and so, it seems, have the Orioles' fortunes. Melvin Mora ended the eighth inning with a liner to shortstop - the sort of hit that always seemed to find wide-open spaces earlier this season - and the Angels eventually handed the Orioles a 4-2 defeat in 10 innings before 30,714 at Camden Yards.
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December 31, 2004
THE NBA A year before LeBron James backed up the hype that accompanied his rise from high school icon to full-fledged NBA star, Amare Stoudemire made a less publicized, but no less dramatic, leap. After a checkered high school career spent mostly in Orlando, Fla., Stoudemire went from being the ninth pick in the 2002 NBA draft to the league's Rookie of the Year with the Phoenix Suns. But as the Suns fell off last season from being a playoff team to just another dysfunctional group of Gen X millionaires, in part because Stoudemire missed 27 games with injuries, the 21-year-old's star dimmed a little.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 2, 2002
NEW YORK - The euphoria twisting his words into tight little knots, Jarrod Washburn referred to the Anaheim Angels clinching a wild-card berth last week as lifting the "demons" from their backs. It wasn't until he noticed all the puzzled looks that Washburn corrected himself. "Monkeys off our backs?" he said. "Whatever." The New York Yankees lowered something much heavier on the Angels last night - their talent and mystique. Good luck removing those. No stranger to postseason dramatics, Bernie Williams drilled a three-run homer off reliever Brendan Donnelly with two outs in the eighth inning, and the Yankees seized immediate control of the American League Division Series with an 8-5 win in Game 1 at Yankee Stadium.
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