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October 3, 1999
Braves: Atlanta, with a 102-59 record, is assured of finishing the regular season with the best record in baseball.Cubs: Mark Grace is the hits leader of the 1990s with 1,754.
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By Sarah Brzezinski and Sarah Brzezinski,RIVER HILL HIGH SCHOOL | March 25, 2005
Continuing a tradition of spectacular shows at Mount Hebron High School, last weekend's production of Fiddler on the Roof was an entrancing embodiment of the students' skills. The show, based on writings of the Yiddish author Sholom Aleichem, has captivated audiences with its intermingling themes of love, persecution, poverty and change since it was adapted for the stage in 1964. Residing in the Jewish village of Anatevka, Russia, about 1905, impoverished dairyman Tevye faces the tribulations of preserving traditions and culture in a swiftly changing, hostile world.
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SPORTS
July 13, 1993
Mark Grace, Chicago Cubs: "It's unbelievable, this place is two years old and already it should be considered a shrine. The fans are right there on top of you, and it's so perfect. It's great that baseball is getting back to parks that the players and fans can really enjoy."
SPORTS
September 27, 2003
Who's hot The Red Sox have won 17 of 24, reaching 95 victories for the first time since 1986. Who's not Aaron Heilman of the Mets is 1-3 on the road with an ERA of 7.96. Line of the day Richie Sexson, Brewers 1B AB R H RBI HR 4 4 3 4 2 He said it "If I ever played with you, thank you. It was a thrill, and if I ever played against you, thank you for the competition. I enjoyed every minute of it, and I'll miss it." Mark Grace, Diamondbacks first baseman, retiring after 16 years On deck Roy Halladay of the Blue Jays tries for his major league-best 22nd victory to day, facing the Indians.
SPORTS
October 19, 2001
He said it "Before they ask any questions, let me interject one thing: We'll be back here to play Game 6." Lou Piniella, Mariners manager, after falling behind 2-0 in the ALCS against the Yankees. He said it "He doesn't need any help. He gets out of bed and hits." Mark Grace, Diamondbacks first baseman, on team mate Luis Gonzalez, who was the only player not to show up at an optional workout.
SPORTS
September 24, 2000
Quote: "I'm from a bygone era. ... Guys I've played with or against, most of them are coaches or managers. Now I'm playing with Gary Matthews' kid." - Mark Grace, who has spent all 13 of his major-league seasons with the Cubs It's a fact: Cardinals great Stan Musial led the crowd in the seventh-inning stretch at Wrigley Field. Who's hot: The Rockies' Juan Pierre has a 15-game hitting streak. Who's not: The Reds have 93 wild pitches, a National League record. On deck: The Marlins' Preston Wilson is seven strikeouts away from tying Bobby Bonds' single-season record of 189, set in 1970.
SPORTS
September 27, 2003
Who's hot The Red Sox have won 17 of 24, reaching 95 victories for the first time since 1986. Who's not Aaron Heilman of the Mets is 1-3 on the road with an ERA of 7.96. Line of the day Richie Sexson, Brewers 1B AB R H RBI HR 4 4 3 4 2 He said it "If I ever played with you, thank you. It was a thrill, and if I ever played against you, thank you for the competition. I enjoyed every minute of it, and I'll miss it." Mark Grace, Diamondbacks first baseman, retiring after 16 years On deck Roy Halladay of the Blue Jays tries for his major league-best 22nd victory to day, facing the Indians.
SPORTS
By PETER SCHMUCK | March 30, 2003
Arizona Diamondbacks Manager: Bob Brenly 2002 record: 98-64 (first) What's new: The Diamondbacks acquired No. 3 starter Elmer Dessens in a four-team December trade, but they are largely the same team that won the National League West title in 2002. Their title defense will again depend on the performance of top two starters Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling, who combined for a mere 48 percent of the club's victories last year. On the spot: The veteran nucleus of the club, which includes several players - particularly Matt Williams and Mark Grace - who are in the twilight of their careers.
SPORTS
October 19, 2001
He said it "Before they ask any questions, let me interject one thing: We'll be back here to play Game 6." Lou Piniella, Mariners manager, after falling behind 2-0 in the ALCS against the Yankees. He said it "He doesn't need any help. He gets out of bed and hits." Mark Grace, Diamondbacks first baseman, on team mate Luis Gonzalez, who was the only player not to show up at an optional workout.
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By Previews compiled by Andy Knobel | April 1, 2001
SPOTLIGHT Mike Hampton Colorado Rockies Acquired: Signed Dec. 9 as a free agent. At what cost?: $121 million over eight years. 2000 stats: 15-10, 3.14 ERA, 217 2/3 innings Age: 28 Height/weight: 5-10, 180 Impact on team: Colorado's long search for an ace who is not cowed by pitching in Denver's light air appears to be over. "It's a test I look forward to," said Hampton, who allowed the fewest home runs per nine innings in the National League while calling pitcher-friendly Shea Stadium his home.
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By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | December 9, 2000
DALLAS - Mark Grace wanted to retire a Chicago Cub. He even had Wrigley Field ivy painted on his motorcycle. It's rare for any player to remain in one organization, however, and Grace didn't prove to be an exception. He also didn't seem to mind. Grace signed a two-year, $6 million contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks yesterday, ending his tenure with the Cubs after 13 seasons. The deal includes a mutual option for $3 million. "It's going to be excitement," Grace said about the first time he slips on a Diamondbacks uniform.
SPORTS
September 24, 2000
Quote: "I'm from a bygone era. ... Guys I've played with or against, most of them are coaches or managers. Now I'm playing with Gary Matthews' kid." - Mark Grace, who has spent all 13 of his major-league seasons with the Cubs It's a fact: Cardinals great Stan Musial led the crowd in the seventh-inning stretch at Wrigley Field. Who's hot: The Rockies' Juan Pierre has a 15-game hitting streak. Who's not: The Reds have 93 wild pitches, a National League record. On deck: The Marlins' Preston Wilson is seven strikeouts away from tying Bobby Bonds' single-season record of 189, set in 1970.
SPORTS
October 3, 1999
Braves: Atlanta, with a 102-59 record, is assured of finishing the regular season with the best record in baseball.Cubs: Mark Grace is the hits leader of the 1990s with 1,754.
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