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November 28, 1992
BaseballBoston Red Sox -- Agreed to terms with OF Billy Hatcher on a two-year contract.Toronto Blue Jays -- Agreed to terms with IF/OF Darnell Coles on bTC a one-year contract.BasketballHouston Rockets -- Activated F Otis Thorpe from the injured list. Placed C Tree Rollins on the injured list.Sacramento Kings -- Waived G Stan Kimbrough. Signed F Rod Higgins.CollegeL Pittsburgh -- Named Sal Sunseri interim head football coach.FootballKansas City Chiefs -- Added OL John Earle to the practice squad.
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By Doug Brown | October 7, 1995
A flurry of moves yesterday put the remaining pieces of the Spirit puzzle in place for at least the start of the season.The club signed veteran defender Mike Stankovic, then sold Jeff Rogers back to the Kansas City Attack. With what vice president Drew Forrester called the "five figure" proceeds from the Rogers sale, the Spirit signed defender David Vaudreuil, a free agent who spent the past three years with the Milwaukee Wave.The Spirit will open its fourth National Professional Soccer League season two weeks from tonight against the Harrisburg Heat.
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By KENT BAKER | January 25, 2008
Matchup -- Milwaukee Wave (11-5) at Blast (8-7) Site -- 1st Mariner Arena Time -- 7:35 TV/Radio -- Maryland Public Television Digital/680 AM Outlook -- The Blast carries a two-game winning streak into this game against its old rival, which stands second in the MISL, a half-game behind Detroit. The Blast won the first meeting, 13-8, on Oct. 27 and is 6-2 at home. The Wave brings in the league's leading scorer, Greg Howes (69 points), and goalkeeper Nick Vorberg (9-5). Blast defender P.J. Wakefield and goalie Dave Kern, who excelled in a 12-6 victory at Philadelphia on Saturday, were MISL Players of the Week at their respective positions.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff and Baltimoresun.com Staff,SPECIAL TO BALTIMORESUN.COM | November 30, 2004
Baltimore Blast General Manager Kevin Healey announced today that defender Jeff Hare has signed a five-game/15-day contract and will play for the Blast this Saturday night in Cleveland. Hare has been training with the Blast all season. He was a four-year starter at Princeton and led the team in scoring with eight points his senior year. In other Blast news, forwards Denison Cabral and Carlos Garcia underwent successful knee surgery last week. Both players were injured on Nov. 12 against the Milwaukee Wave and are expected to miss the remainder of the regular season.
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September 16, 1998
Nine Saturday games, including the opener against the Harrisburg Heat Oct. 24, will highlight the home schedule of the Baltimore Blast this season, the city's 18th in professional indoor soccer.It's the first year back for the Blast, under the ownership of Ed Hale, who purchased the franchise from Bill Stealey, owner of the Spirit the previous six seasons.The team, under the leadership of coach and general manager Kevin Healey, also will play eight Friday night games at the Baltimore Arena.
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By Charles Gardner and Charles Gardner,Special to The Sun | April 21, 2008
MILWAUKEE -- Blast goalkeeper Sagu stared down the leading scorer in the Major Indoor Soccer League and made a huge save, foiling a critical shootout attempt and leading the Blast to a 14-13 Major Indoor Soccer League semifinal victory over the Milwaukee Wave yesterday. Sagu's stop on Wave forward Greg Howes propelled the Blast to a sweep of the two-game series, its fourth straight victory in the postseason and a berth in the MISL championship game. MISL Championship game Blast vs. La Raza, Saturday, 7 p.m., U.S. Cellular Arena, Milwaukee, 680 AM
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | February 17, 2008
After Friday's road loss to the Milwaukee Wave, Blast players were forced to awaken at 5:45 a.m. to fly back to Baltimore for last night's game against the New Jersey Ironmen. The Blast looked sluggish at times but made enough plays to pull out a victory. The Blast led for much of the game but needed Machel Millwood and Adauto Neto to score power-play goals 1:19 apart in the fourth quarter to take command en route to a 10-6 victory over the Ironmen before an announced 8,118 at 1st Mariner Arena.
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Sun Staff report | March 15, 2012
Sagu has been named the Major Indoor Soccer League's Goalkeeper of the Year, and his Baltimore Blast teammate Mike Lookingland is the Defender of the Year in league awards announced Thursday. MISL award winners were selected through a vote by team management and select media members. Following is the list of each award winner:   Most Valuable Player - Geison, Missouri Comets Geison had a career year for the Comets, leading the league with 90 points and 38 goals.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1997
The Cleveland Crunch's Matt Knowles, who is perhaps the best defender in the National Professional Soccer League, will miss the rest of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.Knowles, last season's NPSL Defender of the Year, suffered the injury last week and missed his team's last two games.Cleveland was 9-5 before acquiring him for three players in a December trade with the Milwaukee Wave and 12-3 since.It is a major blow to the defending NPSL champion.Still plenty of suspenseLess than 30 percent of the regular season remains, yet three of the four division races are still heated.
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By Sandra McKee | February 4, 2004
Blast today Matchup: Blast (17-6) vs. Kansas City Comets (8-14) Site: Kemper Arena, Kansas City, Mo. Time: 11:35 a.m. Radio: WCBM (680 AM) Outlook: The Blast had a strong reaction to seeing its seven-game winning streak end in Dallas on Jan. 24. It responded by beating the Kansas City Comets, 11-4, at 1st Mariner Arena on Saturday night. Today, the teams meet again in a game that is part of an educational field trip. Kemper Arena will be filled with children and the teams will have to adjust to the earlier start.
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