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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Sun Staff Writer | April 10, 1995
FREDERICK -- When Syd Thrift noted the name of the Kinston leadoff hitter during a weekend visit, the Orioles' director of player development did a double take."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2014
Elizabeth P. "Betsy" Johnson, a homemaker and former educator who had lived in Stoneleigh for many years, died Feb. 5 of influenza at the William Breman Jewish Home in Atlanta. She was 92. Mrs. Johnson, who had a home in Devon Hill in North Roland Park, had lived in Atlanta for the past three years after breaking a leg, family members said. The daughter of an attorney and a homemaker, Elizabeth Pruitt was born and raised in Hickory, N.C., where she graduated in 1938 from Hickory High School.
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By Special to The Sun | April 26, 1991
KINSTON, N.C. -- Kinston Indians left fielder Tracy Sanders hit a home run in the bottom of the 11th inning last night, dealing the Frederick Keys a 7-6 loss last night in a Class A Carolina League game at Granger Stadium.Sanders' home run, his first of the season, came with one out in the 11th off Keys reliever Jeff Williams (1-1).
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June 3, 2006
Yesterday Triple-A International League Ottawa 8, Toledo 7 -- The host Lynx (27-28) won as Julio Manon got the save with his third strikeout of the ninth inning while the Mud Hens had the tying run in scoring position. DOUBLE-A EASTERN LEAGUE Bowie at New Britain, ppd., rain SINGLE-A CAROLINA LEAGUE Kinston 7, Frederick 7, susp., lightning -- The Keys and the visiting Indians played to a tie in the bottom of the seventh inning, when lightning and rain stopped play. Nolan Reimold's two-run homer in the sixth tied it. The game will resume today at 5:30 p.m. SINGLE-A SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE Lexington at Hagerstown, ppd., rain Greensboro 12, Delmarva 10, 10 innings -- The Grasshoppers came back from a 10-5 deficit to tie it in the top of the ninth, then went ahead on back-to-back RBI singles in the 10th, beating the Shorebirds (31-21)
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | April 11, 2000
FREDERICK -- The home opener was rolling along ideally for the Frederick Keys last night before Kinston almost ruined the festivities. From the opening inning until just before the post-game fireworks, the Keys dominated before their own defensive shoddiness contributed to a five-run Indians ninth inning that was almost enough to erase all that had happened. Fortunately for Frederick, the six-run lead it had built was enough to stave off the visitors, 8-7, before 4,130 at Grove Stadium.
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April 6, 2000
April 6--at Wilmington; 7--at Wilmington; 8--at Wilmington; 9--at Wilmington; 10--Kinston; 11--Kinston; 12--Kinston; 13--Winston Salem; 14--Winston Salem; 15--Winston Salem; 16--Winston Salem; 17--at Kinston; 18--at Kinston; 19--at Kinston; 20--at Myrtle Beach; 21--at Myrtle Beach; 22--at Myrtle Beach; 23--at Myrtle Beach; 24--Potomac; 25--Potomac; 26--Potomac; 27--Potomac; 28--Lynchburg; 29--Lynchburg; 30--Lynchburg. May 2--at Potomac; 3--at Potomac; 4--at Potomac; 5--at Lynchburg; 6--at Lynchburg; 7--at Lynchburg; 8--Wilmington; 9--Wilmington; 10--Wilmington; 12--at Salem; 13--at Salem; 14--at Salem; 15--at Winston Salem; 16--at Winston Salem; 17--at Winston Salem; 18--Myrtle Beach; 19--Myrtle Beach; 20--Myrtle Beach; 21--Myrtle Beach; 22--Salem; 23--Salem; 24--Salem; 26--at Wilmington; 27--at Wilmington; 28--at Wilmington; 29--at Lynchburg; 30--at Lynchburg; 31--at Lynchburg.
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September 15, 2005
Yesterday Single-A Carolina League playoffs Frederick at Kinston, ppd., rain Today Single-A Carolina League playoffs Frederick at Kinston, 7:05 p.m. Single-A South Atlantic League playoffs Hagerstown at Kannapolis, 7:05 p.m.
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By From Staff Reports | May 20, 1994
KINSTON, N. C. -- The Kinston Indians rallied with three runs in the seventh to defeat the Frederick Keys, 8-6, in a Single-A Carolina League game yesterday.The Keys scored five runs in the top of the seventh to go ahead 6-5, their first lead of the game. Frederick scored five runs on two hits, two walks, two errors and two hit batsmen.Mitchell Melusky's RBI single to left tied the game in the bottom of the seventh, and Samuel Hence's double two batters later put the Indians ahead 7-6. Hence went 3-for-4 with two RBIs.
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By Jonathan D. Rockoff and Jonathan D. Rockoff,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | January 31, 2003
KINSTON, N.C. - Eddie Gray couldn't see, stand or tell what had happened. One second he was watching a machine churn out sheets of synthetic rubber to be molded into medical instruments, the next the room darkened, his ears rang and his knees scraped as he desperately cleared away the fallen chunks of cement that trapped him. "I remember looking out the corner of my eye and debris flying," Gray recalled, a bandage wrapped around his head where he received...
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | April 11, 2000
FREDERICK -- The home opener was rolling along ideally for the Frederick Keys last night before Kinston almost ruined the festivities. From the opening inning until just before the post-game fireworks, the Keys dominated before their own defensive shoddiness contributed to a five-run Indians ninth inning that was almost enough to erase all that had happened. Fortunately for Frederick, the six-run lead it had built was enough to stave off the visitors, 8-7, before 4,130 at Grove Stadium.
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