Extractions: April 2, 2003 PITTSFIELD- The Berkshire Black Bears announced on Tuesday the signing of righthander Rick Guttormson. A 1997 draft choice of the San Diego Padres, Guttormson is another addition to a revamped Black Bears pitching staff. He was a California League All-Star in BLACK BEARS TO HOST RUSSIAN NATIONAL TEAM April 2, 2003 PITTSFIELD- The Berkshire Black Bears will play an exhibition game against the Russian National Team on Friday May 16 at Wahconah Park. The game will start at 7:05pm. The Black Bears will also play an exhibition game against the Brockton Rox More News: Black Bears Sign Young Hungry Talent
Extractions: Was there any doubt that Tony would be on our list? In 2002, Tony Hawk and his friends created the world's greatest action sports and music show - the Boom Boom HuckJam . The skateboarding legend also brought us the Gigantic Skatepark Tour Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 and his own line of skate gear. Tony is an extreme talent - this year and every year. Carey Hart Carey Hart made motorcross mayhem at the Boom Boom HuckJam , jumped over trailers on his motorcycle in a Kid Rock video and took a silver medal in the Big Air at the X Games . He also appeared in dozens of wild motorcross videos, broke several bones and Shazamm/ESPN managed to convince P!nk to be his girlfriend. The guy's definitely cool enough to make our list! Kelly Clark
GoMemphis: Baseball He's Here 1B tony clark, 2B Rey Sanchez, 3B Carlos Baerga, LFDH Rickey Henderson,CF Johnny Damon, RHP John Burkett, RHP Dustin Hermanson, LHP Darren Oliver. http://www.gomemphis.com/mca/baseball/article/0,1426,MCA_464_1053869,00.html
Extractions: American League East Division March 31, 2002 New York Yankees 95-65, 1st place, A.L. champions. Manager: Joe Torre (7th season). Reaching Base: .334 on-base percentage. Setting Up: LH Mike Stanton (9-4, 2.58 ERA, 76 games) and RH Steve Karsay (3-5, 2.35, 74 games). He's Here: 1B Jason Giambi, 3B Robin Ventura, OF Rondell White, LHP David Wells, OF John Vander Wal, RHP Steve Karsay, C Alberto Castillo, C Chris Widger, INF F.P. Santangelo. He's Outta Here: OF Paul O'Neill, 1B Tino Martinez, 3B Scott Brosius, OF Chuck Knoblauch, OF David Justice, RHP Jay Witasick, RHP Mark Wohlers, INF Randy Velarde, INF Clay Bellinger. Top Players: SS Derek Jeter (.311, 21 HRs, 74 RBI, 110 runs, 27 SBs, .377 OBP), 2B Alfonso Soriano (.268, 18, 73, 43 SBs, .304 OBP), 1B Jason Giambi (.342, 38, 120, 109 runs, 129 BBs, .477 OBP), CF Bernie Williams (.307, 26, 94, 102 runs, .395 OBP), C Jorge Posada (.277, 22, 95, .363 OBP), LF Rondell White (.307, 17, 50, .371 OBP) Rotation: RH Roger Clemens (20-3, 3.51, 213 Ks, Cy Young), RH Mike Mussina (17-11, 3.15, 214 Ks), LH Andy Pettitte (15-10, 3.99), LH David Wells (5-7, 4.47), RH Orlando Hernandez (4-7, 4.85).
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Clark's Committed To Tigers, And Improvement his sometimes tortuous way through the Tigers' minor league system, trying to decideif he was a baseball player, or something else. tony clark was supposed to http://www.freep.com/sports/tigers98/qvince27.htm
Extractions: Tony Clark: "The thing you can't measure is what drives an individual, whether he has a sense of pride or heart.... Sometimes people miss out because they don't see that." (Free Press photo by Gabriel B. Tait) March 27, 1998 Before Buddy Bell was the Tigers' manager, before Randy Smith was their general manager, before Justin Thompson graduated from high school, before Mike Ilitch owned Detroit's entry in the American League, a tall and talented kid was making his sometimes tortuous way through the Tigers' minor league system, trying to decide if he was a baseball player, or something else. Tony Clark was supposed to be a phenom, one of those guys they make movies about, a rawboned teenager big and strong and talented who goes from sandlot to major league game-breaker in a single bound. But he almost didn't make it at all. Slowed by an ambition to explore his skills in basketball, Clark played at the University of Arizona and then at San Diego State, muddling his way through the lower minors during the summers. And in Detroit, the people who had committed big money and a big portion of the franchise's future to his development wrung their hands and wondered if they had made a mistake. In 1990, after his first pro season and again in 1994 they almost gave up on him, exploring trades that would have taken the franchise in a different direction.
All Star '99 / Boston.com / Baseball 9, Jose Offerman, Boston, 172,564. 10, tony clark, Detroit, 115,749.PLAYER TEAM HT WT B/T tony clark Detroit Tigers 6'7 245 lbs. http://www.boston.com/allstar99/players/al_firstbase.htm
Extractions: 1, Jim Thome, Cleveland, 1,364,692. 2, Rafael Palmeiro, Texas, 684,891. 3, Tino Martinez, New York, 551,154. 4, Mo Vaughn, Anaheim, 514,073. 5. Fred McGriff, Tampa Bay, 346,706. 6, Carlos Delgado, Toronto, 282,213. 7, Will Clark, Baltimore, 245,246. 8, David Segui, Seattle, 235,519. 9, Jose Offerman, Boston, 172,564. 10, Tony Clark, Detroit, 115,749. PLAYER TEAM HT WT B/T Tony Clark Detroit Tigers 245 lbs. R/R Led Detroit with a .291 average, 34 homers, and 103 RBI. Became the first Tiger in 60 years to have 100 RBI in his first full two seasons. Will Clark Baltimore Orioles 200 lbs. L/L Put together his first 100-RBI season since 1991, batting .305 with 23 homers. Carlos Delgado Toronto Blue Jays 225 lbs. L/R Started the season on the DL, but still had career highs in runs (94), hits (155), doubles (43), HR (38), RBI (115), total bases (314) and walks (73). Jason Giambi Oakland Athletics 235 lbs.
ESPN.com: Tony Clark Player Search 22 tony clark Boston Red Sox Roster, AVG .207, HR 3, RBI 29. Age30 Height 67 Weight 245 lbs. PITCHER. tony clark batting vs. Seattle Mariners. http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/players/bvsp?batterId=3352
TONY CLARK Born 6-15-1972 Bats B Throws R tony clark Born 615-1972 Bats B Throws R. Actual Batting Statistics.AGE YEAR TEAM G AB H 2B 3B HR R RBI SB CS SO BB HBP SH SF IBB http://www.baseballprospectus.com/cards/clarkto02.shtml
Extractions: News Statistics TONY CLARK Born 6-15-1972 Bats B Throws R AGE YEAR TEAM G ... SLG AGE YEAR TEAM OUT ... PRAR YEAR TEAM POS G PO A E ... EQR 1995 DET-A FB 27 252 18 4 25 26.6 90 -3 91 -2 77 11 1996 DET-A FB 86 766 54 6 82 86.0 111 18 9 110 15 9 257 46 1997 DET-A FB 158 1423 100 10 131 155.3 101 16 2 103 16 4 418 107 1998 DET-A FB 142 1265 102 13 134 138.3 95 6 -7 98 7 -3 383 97 1999 DET-A FB 132 1123 88 10 110 130.4 99 11 -2 99 8 -1 356 81 2000 DET-A FB 58 486 44 4 49 53.2 101 6 1 102 5 1 151 36 2001 DET-A FB 78 644 48 3 67 69.3 107 12 5 107 10 5 183 47 2002 BOS-A FB 85 651 58 6 54 74.0 109 14 7 109 12 6 219 19 FB 766 6610 512 56 652 733.1 102 83 12 102 73 18 2044 444 .285 YEAR TEAM POS AdjG BatOut EQR 1996 DET-A OT 10.6 32 6 1997 DET-A OT 3.7 10 2 1998 DET-A OT 18.7 52 13 1999 DET-A OT 12.6 34 8 2000 DET-A OT .2 2001 DET-A OT 48.7 129 32 OT 94.5 257 61 .296
Boston Red Sox Stats 2. clark, tony, BOS, HR, 159, 200, Next Season. Search enter keyword Entire SiteGo Advanced Search. http://boston.redsox.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/bos/stats/bos_milestones.jsp
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Extractions: Before we delve into the NFL season, has any sport ever exposed the warts of another sport quite like the NFL has exposed Major League Baseball? I almost wish baseball had gone on strike. Can you imagine what would have happened if those dopes had been hibernating during the past two weeks ... and the NFL was blowing everyone out of the water? Would baseball ever have recovered from that? Probably not. In the NFL, teams are allowed to dump dead weight like Tony Clark. You wonder why baseball doesn't learn from the NFL. Like that luxury tax/revenue sharing idea which goes into effect ... how can you penalize teams who spend more than $117 million without inflicting a "You have to spend at least $XX million on your payroll" edict on the poorer teams? Wasn't that the dumbest thing ever? No minimum salary threshold at all? Huh? What would stop a team like the Royals from spending a measly $10 million on payroll, then collecting revenue, royalties and taxes from everyone else? Basically, they're rewarding incompetence and indifference, and they're penalizing the franchises that actually care about fans. Savvy. The other thing that kills me about baseball is the guaranteed contracts (and yes, there's probably not much we can do about it at this point the owners blew it years ago by opening that Pandora's Box). For instance, here in Boston, Red Sox fans have been subjected to six months of the Artist Formerly Known As Tony Clark, a nice enough guy, improbably slated to earn $5 million this season, who also happens to be putting the finishing touches on the worst offensive season by a Boston player in my lifetime: 264 ABs, .212 batting average, three homers, .566 OPS, 51 strikeouts, and he's a freaking first baseman.
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