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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | August 14, 1999
Keith Lockhart calls himself "the luckiest guy in the world."Musically, at least, that's not hyperbole.In 1995, Lockhart became the conductor of the Boston Pops, the best-known, most-recorded and, perhaps, most popular orchestra in the United States. Last season, he succeeded Joseph Silverstein as music director of the Utah (Salt Lake City) Symphony."My two main halls are the best in the country," says Lockhart, who conducts the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra tonight at Wolf Trap.He's not exaggerating there, either.
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By CANDUS THOMSON | September 9, 2001
Welcome to the CliffsNotes version of Everybody Had More Fun Than Me This Summer. Or at least that's how it feels as folks drift back to work carrying tales of their fishing adventures. Not that I have anything to complain about, but it's never stopped me before. Besides, there's nothing like a little white whine with fish. The best adventure this summer might belong to Angel Bolinger and Mike Luisi, two biologists from the Department of Natural Resources who paddled and fished their way 125 miles from the beginnings of the Potomac River to Williamsport.
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August 16, 1998
Braves: Tony Graffanino started in place of Keith Lockhart, who fouled a ball off his right knee Friday.Dodgers: Gary Sheffield didn't start for the second straight game because of a jammed right thumb, sustained while sliding headfirst into a base Thursday.Expos: Vladimir Guerrero has hit safely in 16 of his past 17 games. His brother, Wilton, has hit safely in 12 of 13 since coming to Montreal in a trade with Los Angeles.Pub Date: 8/16/98
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 25, 1999
ATLANTA -- Trying to pump some life into an offense that has been still for much of the postseason, Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox made three significant changes in his lineup last night for Game 2 of the World Series. Cox started former Oriole Ozzie Guillen at shortstop, Keith Lockhart at second base and Greg Myers behind the plate, hoping the moves would activate a stagnant attack that managed only two hits in Game 1 and posted a .223 average in the National League Championship Series.
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August 12, 1997
BaseballAL: Named Red Sox SS Nomar Garciaparra Player of the Week.NL: Named Giants 1B J. T. Snow and Braves P John Smoltz co-Players of the Week.Braves: Placed IF Keith Lockhart (pulled right oblique muscle) on 15-day DL, retroactive to Aug. 6. Sent P Kevin Millwood to Triple-A Richmond. Recalled IF Ed Giovanola and P Kerry Ligtenberg from Richmond.Cubs: Acquired P Mark Clark from Mets as player to be named in previous deal in which Chicago received OF Lance Johnson and another player to be named for P Mel Rojas, P Turk Wendell and OF Brian McRae.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 25, 1999
ATLANTA -- Trying to pump some life into an offense that has been still for much of the postseason, Atlanta Braves manager Bobby Cox made three significant changes in his lineup last night for Game 2 of the World Series. Cox started former Oriole Ozzie Guillen at shortstop, Keith Lockhart at second base and Greg Myers behind the plate, hoping the moves would activate a stagnant attack that managed only two hits in Game 1 and posted a .223 average in the National League Championship Series.
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By CANDUS THOMSON | September 9, 2001
Welcome to the CliffsNotes version of Everybody Had More Fun Than Me This Summer. Or at least that's how it feels as folks drift back to work carrying tales of their fishing adventures. Not that I have anything to complain about, but it's never stopped me before. Besides, there's nothing like a little white whine with fish. The best adventure this summer might belong to Angel Bolinger and Mike Luisi, two biologists from the Department of Natural Resources who paddled and fished their way 125 miles from the beginnings of the Potomac River to Williamsport.
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May 26, 1998
Hitting Sammy Sosa, Cubs: 2 HRs, 4 RBIs.Ellis Burks, Rockies: 3-for-4, 3 doubles.Gary Sheffield, Dodgers: 3-for-3, HR, double.Keith Lockhart, Braves: 4-for-5, 3 doubles.Andruw Jones, Braves: 4-for-5, double, triple.PitchingOrel Hershiser, Giants: 8 innings, 1 run, 4 hits.John Thomson, Rockies: 7 innings, 1 run, 5 hits.Pub Date: 5/26/98
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June 19, 1994
BaseballOakland Athletics -- Activated 1B Mark McGwire from the 15-day DL. Optioned C Scott Hemond to Triple-A Tacoma.New York Mets -- Signed P Bill Santamaria and OF-1B Terrence Long.San Diego Padres -- Signed P Dustin Hermanson. Recalled P Mike Campbell from Triple-A Las Vegas. Designated IF Keith Lockhart for assignment.FootballMinnesota Vikings -- Signed DE Roy Barker and DE James Harris, S Lamar McGriggs, DT Esera Tuaolo, CB Harlan Davis and TE Andrew Jordan. Waived WR Ronnie West.New Orleans Saints -- Agreed to terms with WR Eric Martin on a one-year contract.
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May 13, 1998
Braves: A breakdown of the 44 homers during their streak: 10 by Andres Galarraga, eight each by Javier Lopez and Michael Tucker, seven by Andruw Jones, five by Chipper Jones, three by Keith Lockhart, two by Ryan Klesko and one by Tony Graffanino. Atlanta is 61-36 against the Reds since 1991.Pirates: Pittsburgh had as many walks (three) in the first inning as it had in its previous four games.Reds: Eddie Taubensee went 2-for-3 against John Smoltz, improving his career numbers to 15-for-43 (.349)
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By Stephen Wigler and Stephen Wigler,SUN MUSIC CRITIC | August 14, 1999
Keith Lockhart calls himself "the luckiest guy in the world."Musically, at least, that's not hyperbole.In 1995, Lockhart became the conductor of the Boston Pops, the best-known, most-recorded and, perhaps, most popular orchestra in the United States. Last season, he succeeded Joseph Silverstein as music director of the Utah (Salt Lake City) Symphony."My two main halls are the best in the country," says Lockhart, who conducts the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra tonight at Wolf Trap.He's not exaggerating there, either.
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August 16, 1998
Braves: Tony Graffanino started in place of Keith Lockhart, who fouled a ball off his right knee Friday.Dodgers: Gary Sheffield didn't start for the second straight game because of a jammed right thumb, sustained while sliding headfirst into a base Thursday.Expos: Vladimir Guerrero has hit safely in 16 of his past 17 games. His brother, Wilton, has hit safely in 12 of 13 since coming to Montreal in a trade with Los Angeles.Pub Date: 8/16/98
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August 12, 1997
BaseballAL: Named Red Sox SS Nomar Garciaparra Player of the Week.NL: Named Giants 1B J. T. Snow and Braves P John Smoltz co-Players of the Week.Braves: Placed IF Keith Lockhart (pulled right oblique muscle) on 15-day DL, retroactive to Aug. 6. Sent P Kevin Millwood to Triple-A Richmond. Recalled IF Ed Giovanola and P Kerry Ligtenberg from Richmond.Cubs: Acquired P Mark Clark from Mets as player to be named in previous deal in which Chicago received OF Lance Johnson and another player to be named for P Mel Rojas, P Turk Wendell and OF Brian McRae.
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