Pete Rose And 9/11? undergo a gambling investigation, leading to a lifetime ban from baseball by commissioner 4)bo diaz's Death diaz, a twotime All-Star catcher, was a teammate http://baseball.about.com/library/weekly/aa121702.htm
Extractions: After doing some research on Pete Rose and his record-breaking 4,192nd hit in 1985, I came to a strange realization. Rose collected his hit on September 11. Some of you may not like where I'm going with this, but please let me continue. Ease up on the urge to email me, blasting me for comparing baseball to America's most tragic terrorist attack. Not only would that comparison be ridiculous, it'd be callous. This column won't go down that road. However, it will discuss how the date 9/11, now associated with doom worldwide, has somewhat of a doomed history in major league baseball.
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SDCards - Cincinnati Reds Baseball Cards Mario Soto 1 384 Donruss baseball 1986 Regular Tom Browning 1 408 Donruss baseball1986 Regular Ted Power 1 530 Donruss baseball 1986 Regular bo diaz 1 174 http://www.ilos.net/~sdcards/reds.html
Extractions: http://www.ilos.net/~sdcards/ List updated January 11, 2000 Team - Player Singles Qty Number Full Name Name Qty Pre Card# SetName Name 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Bob Borkowski 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Howie Judson 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Eddie Pellagrini 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Grady Hatton 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Bubba Church 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Willard Marshall 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Joe Nuxhall 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Herm Wehmeier 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Frank Smith 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Gus Bell 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Bob Adams 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Andy Seminick 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Ted Kluszewski 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Jim Greengrass 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Ed Erautt 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Harry Perkowski 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Bud Podbielan 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Hank Foiles 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Roy McMillan 1991 Topps Archives (Baseball) Ken Raffensberger
Derek Jeter Baseball / Highlights four hits in 6/3 loss at Atlanta became only the 6th player to collect four hitsoff Greg Maddux and only the second righthanded batter (also bo diaz on 9/7 http://www.derek-jeter-baseball.com/derek-jeter-highlights.htm
Extractions: 2000 Highlights: Hit.339 with 15HR and 73RBI in 148 games (148 starts at shortstop)...Ranks fifth in the all-time Yankee list (500 games or more) with a .322 carer batting average...Trails only hall-of-famer Babe Ruth (.349), Lou Gehrig (.340), Earle Combs (.325), and Joe DiMaggio (.325)...Recorded his third streight 200 Hit season with a fourth-inning single on 9/30 at Baltimore (also recorded 203 hits in 1998 and a league-leading 219 hits in 1999)...Is only the third Yankee to compile three consecutive 200-hit seasons (joining Lou Gehrig, 1927-29, and Don Mattingly, 1984-86)... Turned 26 on 6/26 with 887 career hits; only two Yankees had more hits before age 26 (Mickey Mantle, 1080, and Joe Dimaggio, 970)...Only three active players had more hits before turning 26 (Roberto Alomar, 1054, Ken Griffey Jr., 1039, and Ivan Rodriguez, 948)...Reached the 100-run plateau in 2000 (along with Bernie Williams) for the fifth straight season (1996-00) with 119; it is only the third time since 1900 that teammmates have each scored 100 or more runs for at least five consecutive seasons...the Yankees' Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Earle Combs each did it for seven straight years from 1926-32 and Cincinnati's Joe Morgan and Pete Rose did it five straight timesfrom 1972-76...In 21 games from the lead-off position, reached base 54 times in 104 plate appearances and batted .402 with 21R, 10RBI, 17BB, and 3HP...
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SEASON TICKET BASEBALL REPORT ACTIVE ROSTER BATTERS No Name Pos Birthdate Bats Throws AVG HR RBI SB CATCHER 44Bo diaz C 3/23/1953 Right Right .188 5 32 0 43 Ron Hassey C 2/27/1953 Left http://timetravel.ka.net/1983/team7.htm
Extractions: New York (A) Hand Heros Pages : MANAGER : Don Zimmer RECORD : 84 Wins, 78 Losses, .519 Winning Pct. POSITION : 2nd in Division, 2.0 Games behind Leader HOME RECORD : 47 Wins, 34 Losses AWAY RECORD : 37 Wins, 44 Losses 1-RUN GAMES RECORD : 36 Wins, 30 Losses X-INNINGS RECORD : 13 Wins, 10 Losses RECORD VS RHP : 66 Wins, 59 Losses RECORD VS LHP : 18 Wins, 19 Losses TEAM BATTING AVG : .273 TEAM ERA : 3.77 ACTIVE ROSTER BATTERS: No Name Pos Birthdate Bats Throws AVG HR RBI SB CATCHER 44 Bo Diaz C 3/23/1953 Right Right .188 5 32 43 Ron Hassey C 2/27/1953 Left Right .299 1 22 INFIELD 79 Mark Brouhard 1B 5/22/1956 Right Right .309 4 18 1 68 Chris Chambliss 1B 12/26/1948 Left Right .301 10 82 9 71 Juan Bonilla 2B 2/12/1955 Right Right .287 16 17 Lou Whitaker 2B 5/12/1957 Left Right .290 6 56 7 79 Wade Boggs 3B 6/15/1958 Left Right .344 5 76
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Extractions: Home Athletics Baseball No. Name Yr. Pos. T/B Ht. Wt. Hometown Previous School Bo Jackson So. R/L Avon Park Avon Park HS Jason Diaz Sr. R/R Lakeland Lake Gibson HS Chad Williams Jr. OF R/R Palatka St. Johns River CC Ryan Dean So. SS R/L Auburndale Auburndale HS Justin VanPortfleet So. OF R/R Jupiter Palm Bch Grds. HS Gabe Powell Jr. OF R/R Apopka Lake Sumter CC Jaime Germain Jr. R/R San Lorenzo,PR Lake City CC Ben Oliver Fr. OF R/R Orlando P. C. Christian HS Rafael Lara Sr. SS R/R Barquisimeto,VZ Miami Dade C.C. Doug Davies Fr. R/R Gainesville P.K. Yonge HS Brian Bretzer Jr. P L/R Lake Mary Seminole CC Ryan Wilson Fr. OF/P R/R Auburndale Auburndale HS Jose Diaz Jr. P R/R San Juan, PR Seminole St. CC Dusty Barber Sr. R/R Dundee Winter Haven HS Cesar Yepez Jr. C R/S Tocuyo, VZ Miami-Dade CC Andrew Lewis Jr. P R/R Lakeland Lake Gibson HS Tony Schafer Sr. OF L/R Cape Coral Edison CC Ricardo Rodriguez Sr. OF/P L/L Barcelona, VZ Miami-Dade CC Bryan Purkey Sr.
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Extractions: SCORING OPTIONS and CATEGORIES Scoring Styles A full list of our scoring options would be difficult to compile to post, as we generally can accomodate anything that can be explained to us. Some basic styles and a partial list of categories is presented here. Rotisserie Style The standard baseball style, where statistics for various categories are acculumated throughout the season, and points awarded by ranking the teams in the categories. Only the final, end-of-season results count. Fantasy Style This is basically a 'most points wins' style game, where points are awarded each week of the season for various level of performances, and the team which accumulates the most total points in declared the winner Head to Head Games A new way to play fantasy baseball is head-to-head each week vs a single opponent, with a 'win' given to the better team, and standings based on win-loss records. This usually involves divisional play and a play-off system during the last several weeks of the MLB season. Scoring can be done in a variety of ways: Category Comparison In this style of play opponents performances in a variety of categories are compared, with the better team in each category given number of points for winning that category. With 9 categories, a typical game score is then 6-3.