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SPORTS
August 11, 2003
MOVES Baseball BLUE JAYS: Released P Scott Service. Recalled C Kevin Cash from Triple-A Syracuse. BREWERS: Sent P David Manning outright to Indianapolis. GIANTS: Placed P Felix Rodriguez and OF Marvin Benard on 15-day DL. Recalled P Kevin Correia from Triple-A Fresno. Activated P Chad Zerbe from 15-day DL. INDIANS: Purchased contract of P David Cortes from Triple-A Buffalo. Optioned P Jason Stanford to Buffalo. Transferred IF Ricky Gutierrez from 15-day to 60-day DL. PIRATES: Recalled P Nelson Figueroa from Triple-A Nashville.
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August 15, 2003
MOVES Auto racing FORMULA ONE: Announced that Canadian Grand Prix will not be included on circuit's 2004 schedule because of ban on tobacco advertising in Canada that takes effect in October. Baseball MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Awarded 2005 All-Star Game to Detroit's Comerica Park. ASTROS: Signed P Rick White. Optioned P Kirk Saarloos to Triple-A New Orleans. Transferred P Rodrigo Rosario from 15-day to 60-day DL. BLUE JAYS: Recalled P Brian Bowles from Triple-A Syracuse. Optioned P Corey Thurman to Syracuse.
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SPORTS
June 5, 1991
FIRST TEAMPos. Player..... ..... School..... ..... YearRHP Jerry Fischer..... Southern-Balto... Sr.LHP Kevin Loewe....... Perry Hall....... Sr.C Ken Konopacki....... Calvert Hall..... Sr.IF Scott Young........ Arundel.... ..... Sr.IF Brett Kintz ....... Towson..... ..... Sr.IF Jeff Cyran..... ... Hammond.... ..... Sr.IF Eric Scott..... ... Old Mill... ..... Sr.Craig Everett...... Northeast.. ..... Sr.OF Keith Kormanik..... Gilman..... ..... Sr.OF Ken Batten..... ... C. Milton Wright. Sr.Bryan Bowen.
SPORTS
May 2, 1995
BaseballFlorida Marlins -- Placed P Bryan Harvey on the DL, retroactive to April 29, and announced that he will be out for the rest of the season. Recalled P Richie Lewis from Triple-A Charlotte.Seattle Mariners -- Promoted Lee Pelekoudas to senior director of baseball administration.St. Louis Cardinals -- Placed P Rich Rodriguez on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 27. Recalled P John Frascatore from Triple-A Louisville.Texas Rangers -- Announced that manager Johnny Oates had completed his leave of absence and was to resume his managerial duties in last night's game against Seattle.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | April 23, 1991
Ever since Zach Collins' Arundel baseball squad defeated Old Mill --a game he left early after getting hammered for several hits -- the junior left-hander hasn't been sleeping well.Collins' two-hit, 7-1 victory over Severna Park yesterday improved his record to 4-0 and could work wonders for his insomnia. But that Old Mill game is still a lump under his pillow."I sleep on Old Mill every night. I fell apart in that game, and I lost a lot of confidence. I felt very, very embarrassed afterward,"said Collins, who fanned nine batters while going the distance yesterday.
NEWS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | July 25, 1991
The three county teams competing in the Continental Amateur BaseballAssociation 18-and-under World Series don't have it as easy as some might think.Sure, the Anne Arundel All-Stars, Linthicum-Ferndale Post 289 and the Linthicum-Ferndale Raiders didn't have to travel as far as the representatives of Korea, Puerto Rico, Michigan and California. But the American Legion regular season doesn't stop for the locals, and many players are engaging in three or four games a day.The effects of the brutal scheduling aren't always apparent, however.
SPORTS
May 2, 1995
BaseballFlorida Marlins -- Placed P Bryan Harvey on the DL, retroactive to April 29, and announced that he will be out for the rest of the season. Recalled P Richie Lewis from Triple-A Charlotte.Seattle Mariners -- Promoted Lee Pelekoudas to senior director of baseball administration.St. Louis Cardinals -- Placed P Rich Rodriguez on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 27. Recalled P John Frascatore from Triple-A Louisville.Texas Rangers -- Announced that manager Johnny Oates had completed his leave of absence and was to resume his managerial duties in last night's game against Seattle.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | July 26, 1991
Zero-N-three?A team comprised of several members of Northeast's Class 2A and Arundel's Class 4A state champion teams, as well as a couple from Mayo Post 226's American Legion national champion squad -- 0-3?.The Anne Arundel All-Stars, with a 37-man roster of players from legion teams Severn Post 276, Severna Park Post 175 and Annapolis Post 7 -- 0-3?After that miserable start, the All-Stars have put together a three-game winning streak to even their record in the Continental Amateur Baseball Association's 18-and-under World Series.
SPORTS
By PAT O'MALLEY | August 20, 1993
It's been awhile, but questions without answers is back. In some cases, I've provided some "Q's" with answers, but for the ones without, if you can help me give me a buzz on the 24-Hour Sportsline, (410) 647-2499.* What's the retirement of principal Larry Knight going to mean to Broadneck High athletics?Knight was not an average principal in terms of high school sports, and it would seem the Bruin coaches and athletes are losing a devoted friend and supporter. Knight regularly attended Bruin sports events and pushed the educational values of winning teams.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | May 2, 1991
Two close ones prevented Prophet Pat from having a 6-0 week, and therage of a sage had to settle for a 4-2 slate on his high school sports predictions.As a result, the Prophet is now 153-72 for a percentage of .680.The St. Mary's girls lacrosse team and the Glen Burnie baseball team were the only ones the sage missed on in a week that even the Prophet's old buddy Pete Trau of Severn came through.Old Mill was the one-goal favorite over St. Mary's in girls stick action, but the Saints were victorious, 15-14, in OT. Otherwise, the game went the way the sage forecasted it. The Prophet said it would be "a high-scoring affair, something like 16-15."
SPORTS
By PAT O'MALLEY | August 20, 1993
It's been awhile, but questions without answers is back. In some cases, I've provided some "Q's" with answers, but for the ones without, if you can help me give me a buzz on the 24-Hour Sportsline, (410) 647-2499.* What's the retirement of principal Larry Knight going to mean to Broadneck High athletics?Knight was not an average principal in terms of high school sports, and it would seem the Bruin coaches and athletes are losing a devoted friend and supporter. Knight regularly attended Bruin sports events and pushed the educational values of winning teams.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | July 26, 1991
Zero-N-three?A team comprised of several members of Northeast's Class 2A and Arundel's Class 4A state champion teams, as well as a couple from Mayo Post 226's American Legion national champion squad -- 0-3?.The Anne Arundel All-Stars, with a 37-man roster of players from legion teams Severn Post 276, Severna Park Post 175 and Annapolis Post 7 -- 0-3?After that miserable start, the All-Stars have put together a three-game winning streak to even their record in the Continental Amateur Baseball Association's 18-and-under World Series.
NEWS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Staff writer | July 25, 1991
The three county teams competing in the Continental Amateur BaseballAssociation 18-and-under World Series don't have it as easy as some might think.Sure, the Anne Arundel All-Stars, Linthicum-Ferndale Post 289 and the Linthicum-Ferndale Raiders didn't have to travel as far as the representatives of Korea, Puerto Rico, Michigan and California. But the American Legion regular season doesn't stop for the locals, and many players are engaging in three or four games a day.The effects of the brutal scheduling aren't always apparent, however.
SPORTS
June 5, 1991
FIRST TEAMPos. Player..... ..... School..... ..... YearRHP Jerry Fischer..... Southern-Balto... Sr.LHP Kevin Loewe....... Perry Hall....... Sr.C Ken Konopacki....... Calvert Hall..... Sr.IF Scott Young........ Arundel.... ..... Sr.IF Brett Kintz ....... Towson..... ..... Sr.IF Jeff Cyran..... ... Hammond.... ..... Sr.IF Eric Scott..... ... Old Mill... ..... Sr.Craig Everett...... Northeast.. ..... Sr.OF Keith Kormanik..... Gilman..... ..... Sr.OF Ken Batten..... ... C. Milton Wright. Sr.Bryan Bowen.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley | May 2, 1991
Two close ones prevented Prophet Pat from having a 6-0 week, and therage of a sage had to settle for a 4-2 slate on his high school sports predictions.As a result, the Prophet is now 153-72 for a percentage of .680.The St. Mary's girls lacrosse team and the Glen Burnie baseball team were the only ones the sage missed on in a week that even the Prophet's old buddy Pete Trau of Severn came through.Old Mill was the one-goal favorite over St. Mary's in girls stick action, but the Saints were victorious, 15-14, in OT. Otherwise, the game went the way the sage forecasted it. The Prophet said it would be "a high-scoring affair, something like 16-15."
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | April 23, 1991
Ever since Zach Collins' Arundel baseball squad defeated Old Mill --a game he left early after getting hammered for several hits -- the junior left-hander hasn't been sleeping well.Collins' two-hit, 7-1 victory over Severna Park yesterday improved his record to 4-0 and could work wonders for his insomnia. But that Old Mill game is still a lump under his pillow."I sleep on Old Mill every night. I fell apart in that game, and I lost a lot of confidence. I felt very, very embarrassed afterward,"said Collins, who fanned nine batters while going the distance yesterday.
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