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October 25, 1991
Opponent: Springfield IndiansSite: Baltimore Arena, 7:30Radio: WITH (1230 AM)Outlook: Baltimore meets Springfield, 2-time defending Calder Cup champion, for the first time this season in the first of back-to-back games at the Arena. Baltimore halted a 3-game losing streak Sunday with a 3-2 victory over New Haven. Springfield, which won last season's series, 3-2-1, has LW Yvon Corriveau and C Terry Yake, formerly of the Washington organization.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer | February 28, 1993
The Skipjacks, behind the efforts of some unlikely heroes rallied from a two-goal deficit and tied the Springfield Indians, 3-3, yesterday in an American Hockey League contest.Goalie Duane Derksen, who entered the game 0-2 against Springfield, made three big saves in the overtime to help the Skipjacks hold off the Indians before 4,028 at the Baltimore Arena."I went on a hunch that Duane was playing pretty well, and I think he did a good job today," Baltimore coach Barry Trotz said of Derksen's 29-save performance.
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By Nestor Aparicio | January 29, 1991
VS. SPRINGFIELD INDIANS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:30.* WHERE: Baltimore Arena.* RADIO: WLIF-AM 1300.* OUTLOOK: The Skipjacks (26-20-2) are in a funk, losing three straight and falling into third place in the Southern Division. The Capitals have returned left wing Steve Seftel and defenseman Mark Ferner for tonight's game. The Jacks go back on the road for three more games after tonight, including Rochester (tomorrow), Newmarket (Thursday) and Hershey (Sunday). The Indians (27-18-4) have been the best team in the Northern Division since Christmas, now holding a six-point lead over Moncton.
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By Ron Chimelis and Ron Chimelis,Contributing Writer | November 8, 1992
Springfield, Mass. -- The Skipjacks ran into special-teams blues last night and dropped a 6-3 American Hockey League decision to the Springfield Indians at the Civic Center.Springfield scored two power-play goals, but the key score came when Mike McHugh delivered an unassisted short-handed tally at 4:58 of the third period. That gave Springfield a 3-1 lead, and Terry Yake scored twice in in the next eight minutes for a four-goal cushion."I thought our goaltending was terrible," Skipjacks coach Barry Trotz said.
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November 1, 1992
BaseballNew York Yankees -- Signed OF Dion James (.262, 3, 17 RBI) to a one-year contract worth $350,000.FootballNew York Jets -- Activated DE Dennis Byrd from the practice squad. Placed DT Bill Pickel on IR.Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed WR Jeff Parker. Waived DL Reggie Rogers. Signed DB Darren Anderson to the practice squad.HockeyNHL -- Fined Los Angeles Kings D Marty McSorley $500 and suspended him six days without pay for deliberately cross-checking Boston Bruins F Darren Banks in the forehead Oct. 29. McSorley will lose $14,130 in salary.
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August 8, 1991
BASEBALLAmerican League* California Angels -- Released Mike Marshall (infielder-outfielder). Purchased the contract of Chris Cron (infielder) from Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League.* Chicago White Sox -- Recalled Greg Hibbard (pitcher) from Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League. Sent Matt Merullo (catcher) to Birmingham of the Southern League.National League* Pittsburgh Pirates -- Signed Floyd Youmans (pitcher) to a minor-league contract with Carolina of the Southern League.BASKETBALL (NBA)
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August 8, 1991
Baseball NL -- Fined Cincinnati Reds P Rob Dibble for hitting Chicago Cubs base-runner Doug Dascenzo with a thrown ball.California Angels -- Released IF-OF Mike Marshall (.261 in 69 AB). Purchased the contract of IF Chris Cron from Class AAA Edmonton.Chicago White Sox -- Recalled P Greg Hibbard from Class AAA Vancouver. Sent C Matt Merullo (.229, 3 HRs, 17 RBI in 62 games) to Class AA Birmingham.New York Mets -- Signed P Floyd Youmans to a minor-league contract with Class AA Williamsport.
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By Gene O'Donnell and Gene O'Donnell,Special to The Sun | February 10, 1991
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Showing the effects of an all-night bus trip, the Baltimore Skipjacks were defeated, 5-3, by the Springfield Indians last night before 4,479 at the Springfield Civic Center.Jim Mathieson had a goal and an assist, as did Thomas Sjogren for the Skipjacks, who fell to 30-23-3 despite outshooting the Indians by 31-27. The Skipjacks remained five points behind the first-place Rochester Americans in the American Hockey League's Southern Division. Rochester lost to the Hersey Bears, 4-2.Joe Day, who has five game-winners among his 14 goals, had a goal and two assists for Springfield (30-20-7)
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November 1, 1992
BaseballNew York Yankees -- Signed OF Dion James (.262, 3, 17 RBI) to a one-year contract worth $350,000.FootballNew York Jets -- Activated DE Dennis Byrd from the practice squad. Placed DT Bill Pickel on IR.Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed WR Jeff Parker. Waived DL Reggie Rogers. Signed DB Darren Anderson to the practice squad.HockeyNHL -- Fined Los Angeles Kings D Marty McSorley $500 and suspended him six days without pay for deliberately cross-checking Boston Bruins F Darren Banks in the forehead Oct. 29. McSorley will lose $14,130 in salary.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | March 4, 1992
Watching the Skipjacks play lately has been like watching a Grade-B movie you've seen several times. You know the ending, but you can't stop watching.Last night, however, the ending took a surprising twist.Before a turnout of 1,699 at the Arena, the Skipjacks broke a seven-game winless streak by defeating the Springfield Indians, 4-3.It was Baltimore's first victory at home since Jan. 24 and only its third in the past 22 games. The loss was only the second in the past eight games for Springfield, which leads the Northern Division of the AHL.The Skipjacks, last in the Southern Division, cut the Utica Devils' lead for the final Calder Cup playoff berth to six points.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | March 4, 1992
Watching the Skipjacks play lately has been like watching a Grade-B movie you've seen several times. You know the ending, but you can't stop watching.Last night, however, the ending took a surprising twist.Before a turnout of 1,699 at the Baltimore Arena, the Skipjacks broke a seven-game winless streak by defeating the Springfield Indians, 4-3.It was Baltimore's first victory at home since Jan. 24 and only its third in the past 22 games. The loss was only the second in the past eight games for Springfield, which leads the Northern Division of the AHL.The Skipjacks, last in the Southern Division, cut the Utica Devils' lead for the final Calder Cup playoff berth to six points.
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By Fran Sypek and Fran Sypek,Special to The Sun | November 9, 1991
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- Craig Duncanson scored two goals and Jim Hrivnak made 35 saves last night to lead the Baltimore Skipjacks to a 5-3 American Hockey League victory over the Springfield Indians before 7,291 fans at the Springfield Civic Center.The Skipjacks foiled all but one of seven Springfield power plays, including three during the third period, as the Indians pressed for the equalizer."We've been working on our penalty-killing all week, and it paid off," said Skipjacks coach Rob Laird.
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By Nestor Aparicio | November 8, 1991
VS. SPRINGFIELD INDIANS* WHEN: Tonight, 7:35.* WHERE: Springfield Civic Center.* RADIO: WITH-AM 1230.VS. MAINE MARINERS* WHEN: Tomorrow (7:35) and Sunday (2:05).* WHERE: Cumberland County Civic Center.* RADIO: WYST-AM 1010.* OUTLOOK: The Skipjacks (7-4-1) are tied for the lead in the Southern Division with Binghamton (6-2-3). This is the second of 11 three-games-in-three-days weekends, the first entirely on the road. Springfield (7-3-2) appears to be the more formidable opponent, with Shawn Evans leading the offense (two goals, 15 assists)
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October 25, 1991
Opponent: Springfield IndiansSite: Baltimore Arena, 7:30Radio: WITH (1230 AM)Outlook: Baltimore meets Springfield, 2-time defending Calder Cup champion, for the first time this season in the first of back-to-back games at the Arena. Baltimore halted a 3-game losing streak Sunday with a 3-2 victory over New Haven. Springfield, which won last season's series, 3-2-1, has LW Yvon Corriveau and C Terry Yake, formerly of the Washington organization.
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August 8, 1991
BASEBALLAmerican League* California Angels -- Released Mike Marshall (infielder-outfielder). Purchased the contract of Chris Cron (infielder) from Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League.* Chicago White Sox -- Recalled Greg Hibbard (pitcher) from Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League. Sent Matt Merullo (catcher) to Birmingham of the Southern League.National League* Pittsburgh Pirates -- Signed Floyd Youmans (pitcher) to a minor-league contract with Carolina of the Southern League.BASKETBALL (NBA)
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August 8, 1991
Baseball NL -- Fined Cincinnati Reds P Rob Dibble for hitting Chicago Cubs base-runner Doug Dascenzo with a thrown ball.California Angels -- Released IF-OF Mike Marshall (.261 in 69 AB). Purchased the contract of IF Chris Cron from Class AAA Edmonton.Chicago White Sox -- Recalled P Greg Hibbard from Class AAA Vancouver. Sent C Matt Merullo (.229, 3 HRs, 17 RBI in 62 games) to Class AA Birmingham.New York Mets -- Signed P Floyd Youmans to a minor-league contract with Class AA Williamsport.
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