Extractions: /* You may give each page an identifying name, server, and channel on the next lines. */ var pageName="" var server="" var channel="News_Journal" var pageType="" var pageValue="" var prop1="" var prop2="" var prop3="" var prop4="" var prop5="" var prop6="news" var prop7="local_sports" var prop8="" var prop9="" var prop10="" /********* INSERT THE DOMAIN AND PATH TO YOUR CODE BELOW ************/ /********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING ELSE BELOW THIS LINE! *************/ var s_code=' ' Independent Conference First team Dan Blake, so., pitcher, Tower Hill Dan McAlaine, jr., pitcher, St. Andrew's Mike Mulhern, so., pitcher, Tatnall Charles Stayton, jr., catcher, St. Andrew's Mike Primiani, jr., first base, St. Andrew's Pat Kaiser, sr., second base, Tower Hill Jim Williams, jr., shortstop, St. Andrew's Mike Kirk, so., third base, Tatnall Michael D'Amico, so., outfield, Friends James Ohliger, so., outfield, Tatnall Dave Rosenthal, jr. outfield, Tower Hill
Der Silver Slugger Award In Major League Baseball Der Silver Slugger Award im Major League baseball. OF, Jose Canseco, AndyVan Slyke, OF, mike greenwell, Kirk Gibson, C, Carlton Fisk, Benito Santiago, http://www.frohnau-flamingos.de/allgemein/com_awards_slugger.html
Extractions: Kontakt Cy Young Award Hall of Fame Manager of the Year Award MVP Award ... Silver Slugger Award Gold Glove Award Louisville Slugger ). Da der Begriff Gold schon vergeben war und man den besten Slugger auszeichnen wollte, war es nur logisch den Award mit der Alliteration Silver Slugger Pos. American league National league Carlos Delgado Toronto Blue Jays Todd Helton Colorado Rockies Roberto Alomar Cleveland Indians Jeff Kent San Francisco Giants Troy Glaus Anaheim Angels Chipper Jones Atlanta Braves SS Alex Rodriguez Seattle Marines Edgar Renteria St. Louis Cardianls OF Darin Erstad Anaheim Angels Sammy Sosa Chicaco Cubs OF Manny Ramirez Cleveland Indians Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants OF Magglio Ordonez Chicago White Sox Vladimir Guerreo Montreal Expos C Jorge Posada New York Yankees Mike Piazza New York Mets DH/P Frank Thomas Chicago White Sox Mike Hampton Houston Astros Pos. American league National league Carlos Delgado Toronto Jeff Bagwell Houston Robert Alomar Cleveland Edgardo Alfonzo New York Dean Palmer Detroit Chipper Jones Atlanta SS Alex Rodriguez Seattle Barry Larkin Cincinnati OF Ken Griffey Jr.
Baseball And Sports Photos Autographed Historic Banks, Ernie, BWA, 8x10 as a rookie, $25.00. baseball artwork 1910, Old-time,S, 8x10, $10.00. Bobcats $129.00. greenwell, mike, C, 8x10, $5.00. Henderson, http://www.copesportscollectibles.com/photos.sports.html
Extractions: Updated: April 11, 2003 Cope's Sports Collectibles has many photos besides those listed below. We will continue to sort, organize and add to this page. In the meantime, e-mail or call if you need something you do not see here. As always, all our autographed items come with a money back guarantee and certificate of authenticity. Key for Type of Presentation A -Autographed BW C- Color D- Deluxe Framed Plaque F -Framed M -Matted MF PLQ -Laminated Plaque w/satin finish S -Sepia Toned SP -Signature Plate LAST NAME FIRST NAME KEY REMARKS PRICE Agee Tommy CA 8x10 close-up - White Sox Anaconda Mines - 1927 Montana BW w/1930 rookie NL HR Champ Wally Berger Angels - 1961 Los Angeles BW with replica signatures Angels - 1966 Seattle (PCL) BW 8 x 10's (9 total - Johnstone, Coates, Ranew, F. Torres, H. Torres, Vinson, B. Morton, Gotay, M. White) $45.00/Lot A's Team - 1910 Philadelphia S Banks Ernie BWA 8x10 as a rookie Baseball artwork - 1910 Old-time S Bobcats - 1984 MSU - NCAA Champs CD Montana State football #25 of 437 LE Boggs Wade CM 6X10 art print - Red Sox uniform Boston's Best CM Boston's Best C Braves - 1957 Milwaukee S 8x10 Team Bresnahan Roger BW 8x10 Hall of Fame catcher Brett George CA 8x10 Petronella art photo Browns - 1952 St. Louis
BASEBALL-LINKS.COM: Players & People: G Ari's Nomar Garciapara Page. baseball Nut's Griffey Page. Benji Gil Fan Page. Tributeto mike greenwell. A Tribute To Shawn Green. The Troy Glaus Site. http://www.baseball-links.com/links/Players_&_People/G/
1990 Leaf Baseball Cards 1990 Leaf 142 Ozzie Smith $ 2. 1990 Leaf 143 mike greenwell $ 0.40.1990 Leaf 144 Pete Smith $ 0.40. 1990 Leaf 145 Mark Gubicza $ 0.40. http://www.baseball-cards.com/vintage/1990l.htm
Extractions: 1990 Leaf # 1 Introductory Card 1990 Leaf # 2 Mike Henneman 1990 Leaf # 3 Steve Bedrosian 1990 Leaf # 4 Mike Scott 1990 Leaf # 5 Allan Anderson 1990 Leaf # 6 Rick Sutcliffe 1990 Leaf # 7 Gregg Olson 1990 Leaf # 8 Kevin Elster 1990 Leaf # 9 Pete O'Brien 1990 Leaf # 10 Carlton Fisk 1990 Leaf # 11 Joe Magrane 1990 Leaf # 12 Roger Clemens 1990 Leaf # 13 Tom Glavine 1990 Leaf # 14 Tom Gordon 1990 Leaf # 15 Todd Benzinger 1990 Leaf # 16 Hubie Brooks 1990 Leaf # 17 Roberto Kelly 1990 Leaf # 18 Barry Larkin 1990 Leaf # 19 Mike Boddicker 1990 Leaf # 20 Roger McDowell 1990 Leaf # 21 Nolan Ryan 1990 Leaf # 22 John Farrell 1990 Leaf # 23 Bruce Hurst 1990 Leaf # 24 Wally Joyner 1990 Leaf # 25 Greg Maddux 1990 Leaf # 26 Chris Bosio 1990 Leaf # 27 John Cerutti 1990 Leaf # 28 Tim Burke 1990 Leaf # 29 Dennis Eckersley 1990 Leaf # 30 Glenn Davis 1990 Leaf # 31 Jim Abbott 1990 Leaf # 32 Mike Lavalliere 1990 Leaf # 33 Andres Thomas 1990 Leaf # 34 Lou Whitaker
Information On Statbook Fantasy Baseball Fantasy baseball is the fantasy baseball software and rotisserie baseball softwaresolution JOSE RESERVED 07/16/92 000010 MATTY A'S greenwell, mike RESERVED 07 http://digiserve.com/rjl/sfb.htm
Extractions: 1. No limit to the number of teams, players or leagues. You're limited only by disk space. 2. Flexible scoring system. Accept the system-default of equal weights for all your fantasy stats or assign weights in proportion to how important you think each statistic is. 3. Easy-to-read fantasy standings with the following printed: team totals for each stat category, stat category ranking, points earned for each stat category and total points earned for all stat categories. 4. Automatic calculation of partial fantasy stats for players not with their team the full year such as those signed in the middle of the season and those coming off the reserve list. 5. Easy on-screen editing and displays of the file. Display a player by just typing the first few letters of his name or browse thru your league file by pressing a function key. Also select just the statistics you want to appear on your screen. Display both y-t-d and last period stats.
ESPN.com - Page2 - Basebrawl Fever: Catch It! team chemistry thing You always hear it after a great baseball fight This Sox relieverJoe Price was threatened by a batter, and mike greenwell charged out of http://espn.go.com/page2/s/simmons/010815.html
Extractions: You've seen the highlights from last Friday night a million times. There's Detroit pitcher Jeff Weaver standing on the mound in Kansas City, looking perturbed because the Royals asked the umpires to check his resin bag two separate times. After the home-plate ump leaves the mound, Weaver follows him and yells something towards the plate before turning back toward the outfield. As it turns out, he just made the critical mistake of challenging the manhood of Royals batter Mike Sweeney ... who goes 6-foot-3, 225. Mike Sweeney's fight with Jeff Weaver had some of the classic elements of a basebrawl. Bad idea. Boom! Suddenly, Sweeney charges the mound, sidestepping the umpire like a blitzing linebacker and stampeding toward the unsuspecting pitcher. Poor Weaver turns just in time to find Sweeney about to pull a Bobby Boucher on him. Splack!
ULTIMATE BASEBALL Ripken 647 8) Darrell Evans 616 9) Norm Cash 605 10) Gary Gaetti 586 11) Jesse Barfield572 12) Duke Snider 561 13) George Foster 534 14) mike greenwell 533 15 http://razzy630.tripod.com/cleaders.htm
Extractions: Get Five DVDs for $.49 each. Join now. Tell me when this page is updated Career Batting Leaders (* = still active) BATTING AVG TOP 25 (Minimum 2000 AB) 1) Josh Gibson * .341 2) Kid Elberfeld * .326 3) Clint Thomas * .323 4) Von Hayes .322 5) Stan Musial .321 6) Ed Delahanty * .321 7) Edd Roush * .319 8) Joe Jackson .317 9) Nap Lajoie .317 10) Roberto Alomar * .315 11) Ryne Sandberg * .312 12) Willie Keeler * .312 13) Eddie Collins .311 14) Lester Lockett * .310 15) Tony Gwynn .308 16) Joe Medwick .307 17) Mike Piazza .306 18) Duke Snider .301 19) Bill Lange * .301 20) Hank Aaron * .300 21) Joe Dimaggio .300 22) Robin Yount * .298 23) Bill Madlock .298 24) Mickey Mantle .297 25) Matt Colegrove * .296 HITS TOP 25 1) Edd Roush * 4361 2) Don Mattingly * 3890 3) Eddie Collins 3867 4) Hank Aaron * 3774 5) Nap Lajoie 3665 6) Matt Colegrove * 3638 7) Stan Musial 3616 8) Al Kaline * 3600 9) Von Hayes 3566 10) Joe Jackson 3537 11) Joe Medwick 3458 12) Jimmie Foxx 3452 13) Joe Dimaggio 3323 14) Whitey Kurowski 3322 15) Steve Garvey 3295 16) Mickey Mantle 3265 17) Tony Gwynn 3246 18) Frank Robinson 3220 19) Roberto Clemente 3160 20) Duke Snider 3143 21) Bill Madlock 3099 22) John Mayberry * 3070 23) Cal Ripken 3056 24) Pee wee Reese 3049 25) Bob Abreu 3036
Extractions: The list below contains the names and voting results for the 28 candidates who were eligible for the 2002 election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame via the Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA) election. In order to be elected, eligible candidates were required to garner at least 75% of the votes on ballots cast. With 472 ballots cast, candidates receiving 354 or more votes were elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The only candidate to be elected was Ozzie Smith. Candidates receiving less than 5% of votes on ballots cast are not eligible for future BBWAA Hall of Fame elections. Thus, candidates receiving less than 24 votes will not appear on the BBWAA ballot in 2003. These individuals are denoted in italic type Candidate Votes % of Votes Ozzie Smith Gary Carter Jim Rice Bruce Sutter Andre Dawson Rich Gossage Steve Garvey Tommy John Bert Blyleven Jim Kaat Jack Morris Don Mattingly Luis Tiant Alan Trammell Dale Murphy Dave Parker Davey Concepcion Keith Hernandez Ron Guidry Dave Stewart Mike Greenwell Frank Viola Lenny Dykstra Tim Wallach Jeff Russell Robby Thompson Mike Henneman Scott Sanderson FAQ Players Eligible for Future Hall of Fame Elections Past Hall of Fame Weekends
Baseball Alan Benes. Alan Trammell. David Segui. Jeff Abbott. John Valentin. mike greenwell.mike Mussina. mike Mussina. mike Piazza. Juan Gonzalez. Aaron Bone. Aaron Sele. http://jjw821.homestead.com/Baseball.html
KINGMAN's Baseball Autograph Website KINGMAN's baseball Autograph Website. Dykstra, Lenny Ericks, John Fernandez, SidGreenwell, mike Hamilton, Darryl Hayes, Charlie Henneman, mike Johnson, Brian http://www.expage.com/HomeAddys15
Extractions: Ball Parks Visited: Comsikey Park (deceased), Comiskey Park (looks deceased), Wrigley Field, Tiger Stadium (deceased), County Stadium (deceased), Snappers Field in Beloit, Cougars Stadium in Kane County, Flyers stadium in beautiful Schaumburg. My goal is to see all the major league stadiums in the United States and Japan before I'm arrested for credit card fraud.
Bullz-eye.com - Guy's Portal To The Web of this list, tucked nicely underneath the Wizard, the Hawk, the Goose and DonnieBaseball, sit a Tim Wallach, Lenny Dykstra, Frank Viola and mike greenwell. http://www.bullz-eye.com/codding/2002/010901.htm
Extractions: Over the past year and a half, I've had dozens of people ask me how I decide what I'm going to write about every week. With so many stories of idiocy, lunacy, controversy and the occasional good deed being splattered throughout the sports pages every day, they want to know how I can select just one item from a list of seemingly hundreds of qualified candidates to dissect and ridicule each week in my column. It's not an easy process, mind you, nor do I really employ a scientific method when choosing what to write about. Before I ever put a single word to page, though, I first try to look at a topic that nobody else has latched onto how many different opinions do you have to read on different Web sites covering the same exact story? The last thing I want to do is re-hash the same stale outlook you've already read on ESPN.com or FoxSports.com. But other than that, my selection process is pretty simple. Sometimes I see something that just really perks my creative interests. Some headline that grabs my attention and won't let go, pushing me to my desk for a couple of rounds with the keyboard. Maybe it's something that reaffirms my faith in the integrity of the sports world. Or something that triggers a flood of warm childhood memories. Sometimes it's a story that sparks some intelligent debate, or even a story that simply impresses me.