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Extractions: Baseball greats Paul Beeston Kelly Gruber Jim Fanning Rob Butler and Jerry Howarth will be part of the celebration next week as Canadian Entertainer MICHAEL BURGESS On Thursday, December 5, at The Centre In The Square there will be an outstanding evening of entertainment with MR. BURGESS . Patrons have an opportunity to dine with the Baseball Dignitaries before the Concert or to meet them, as well as MR. BURGESS , at a Post-Concert Reception. Full details of the Pre-Concert Dinner and the VIP Reception after the concert are obtainable from the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame's administrative office in St. Marys, (519) 284 1838 or from their website www.baseballhalloffame.ca. Hall of Fame Inductee Jim Fanning was one of the architects of the Montreal Expos and is considered by many to be one of the best scouts baseball has ever seen, having signed current Major League superstars Randy Johnson and Larry Walker. Fanning As Toronto Blue Jay CEO
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Home Want List. Mail Box. Links. Email. baseball. A. Russ Adams. Kurt Ainsworth. AlexGraman. John-Ford Griffin. Gabe Gross. kelly gruber. Vladimir Guerrero. H. ChrisHammond. http://home.woh.rr.com/rcarrier/baseball.htm
Extractions: A Russ Adams Kurt Ainsworth Brian Anderson Garett Anderson ... Rich Aurilia B Hank Bauer Yogi Berra Danny Borrell Jason Botts ... Paul Byrd C Scott Cassidy Frank Catalanotto Hee Seop Choi Randy Choate ... Juan Cruz D Aaron Dean Carlos Delgado Bobby Doerr Octavio Dotel ... Brandon Duckworth E David Eckstein Kelvim Escobar Bobby Estalella F Tony Fernandez Bob File Keith Foulke G Ron Gant Jay Gibbons Joe Girardi Goose Gossage ... Vladimir Guerrero H Chris Hammond Jeffrey Hammonds Sean Henn Eric Hinske ... Orlando Hudson I J D'Angelo Jimenez Kelly Johnson Nick Johnson Mitch Jones K Austin Kearns Jimmy Key Jason Kinchen Harmon Killebrew ... Billy Koch L Jason Lane Don Larsen Jason LaRue Cliff Lee ... Brandon Lyon M Victor Martinez Joe Mays Devi Mendez Jose Mesa Doug Mientkiewicz Matt Morris Damian Moss ... Greg Myers N Xavier Nady Joe Niekro O John Olerud Roy Oswalt P Vicente Padilla Christian Parker David Parrish Jake Peavy ... Albert Pujols Q R Tim Redding Jose Reyes Dominic Rich Bobby Richardson ... Brian Rogers S C.C. Sabathia
Action Baseball League - Where Are They? Action baseball League. Mavericks). 2B Harold Reynolds, Seattle (SeattleComets). 3B kelly gruber, Toronto (Montreal Jaguars). SS http://members.aol.com/ActionBaseball/mlbbest.htm
Extractions: Action Baseball League Home Standings Results Stats ... Records These are the winners and their major league team, with the ABL team in parenthesis. MVP AL - Rickey Henderson, Oakland (St. Louis Stallions) NL - Barry Bonds, Pittsburgh (Houston Mavericks) Cy Young AL - Bob Welch, Oakland (Detroit Turbos) NL - Doug Drabek, Pittsburgh (Philadelphia Panthers) Rookie of the Year AL - Sandy Alomar, Jr., Cleveland (Cincinnati Cougars) NL - Dave Justice, Atlanta (Seattle Comets) Gold Glove Winners 1990 AL P Mike Boddicker, Boston (Philadelphia Panthers) C Sandy Alomar, Jr., Cleveland (Cincinnati Cougars) 1B Mark McGwire, Oakland (Houston Mavericks) 2B Harold Reynolds, Seattle (Seattle Comets) 3B Kelly Gruber, Toronto (Montreal Jaguars) SS Ozzie Guillen, Chicago (New York Aces) OF Ellis Burks, Boston (Atlanta Kings) OF Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle (Detroit Turbos) OF Gary Pettis, Texas (Dallas Rustlers) 1990 NL P Greg Maddux, Chicago (New York Aces) C Benito Santiago, San Diego (Dallas Rustlers) 1B Andres Galarraga, Montreal (Detroit Turbos)
Extractions: 31 Days of Kelly Gruber Day 13 - At the World Series: Again With The Robe "Andy Pettitte, now that's a pick-off move. "That fucker can be looking right at you. You'd never know it. Got to call him: Travolta, or pizza boy, something Italian. Got to distract him. "But, yeah, even then, great pick-off move, shit, I ain't kidding: looking right at you Sir this is not the line up for you, your line-up is just over there. "Shit, don't you think I know that? I stole home against Andy Pettitte, shit, I know from line-ups. I'm in a bathrobe so now I don't know from line-ups?" Yes, of course, and, of course no one is questioning you about baseball, but, well, it's just that, well, that bathrobe came with a belt. And, well. We were, of course, wondering: what happened to your belt, Mr. Gruber? "The belt! Always with the goddamn belt! Okay, wait, do you even know who Andy Pettitte is?" Sir, yes, we know all about Andy Pettitte, and Manny Lee and Dave Steve... "No! Shit. Goddamn you! Not 'St eve ', Stei
RICKEY HENDERSON--1990 AL BABE RUTH AWARD WINNER 556 6 kelly gruber .540 7 George Brett .535 8 Jesse Barfield .526 9 Ken GriffeyJr. .518 10 Kent Hrbek .512. Most of the charts at baseball Immortals was http://www.baseballimmortals.net/Henderson/henderson--1990albabe.shtml
Extractions: RICKEY HENDERSON1990 AL BABE RUTH AWARD WINNER RUNS 1 RICKEY HENDERSON 119 2 Cecil Fielder 104 3 Harold Reynolds 100 4 Robin Yount 98 5 Tony Phillips 97 6 Julio Franco 96 T7 Jerry Browne 92 T7 Kelly Gruber 92 T9 Ken Griffey Jr. 91 T9 Fred McGriff 91 T9 Kevin Seitzer 91 HOMERUNS 1 Cecil Fielder 51 2 Mark McGwire 39 3 Jose Canseco 37 4 Fred McGriff 35 5 Kelly Gruber 31 T6 RICKEY HENDERSON 28 T6 Bo Jackson 28 8 Rob Deer 27 9 Jesse Barfield 25 T10 Pete Incaviglia 24 T10 Lance Parrish 24 HR/100 OUTS 1 Cecil Fielder 11.72 2 Jose Canseco 9.92 3 Mark McGwire 9.20 4 Fred McGriff 8.64 5 RICKEY HENDERSON 7.84 6 Rob Deer 7.63 7 Kelly Gruber 6.74 T8 Jesse Barfield 6.67 T8 Lance Parrish 6.67 10 Kent Hrbek 5.79 HR/100 PA 1 Cecil Fielder 7.58 2 Jose Canseco 6.57 3 Mark McGwire 6.00 4 Fred McGriff 5.32 5 Rob Deer 5.28 6 RICKEY HENDERSON 4.71 7 Kelly Gruber 4.68 8 Lance Parrish 4.59 9 Jesse Barfield 4.39 10 Pete Incaviglia 4.09
JOSE CANSECO--3 YEAR ISOLATED POWER LEADERSHIP 202 7 Greg Vaughn .201 8 Dave Winfield .199 9 Rickey Henderson .196 10 kelly gruber.190 Most of the charts at baseball Immortals was created using my other http://www.baseballimmortals.net/Canseco/canseco--3yriso.shtml
Extractions: JOSE CANSECO3 YEAR ISOLATED POWER LEADERSHIP 1988-90 MAJORS 1 Jose Canseco .266 2 Kevin Mitchell .265 3 Darryl Strawberry .254 4 Fred McGriff .252 5 Mark McGwire .236 6 Eric Davis .234 7 Glenn Davis .228 8 Jack Clark .220 9 Howard Johnson .219 10 Bobby Bonilla .217 1988-90 AL 1 Jose Canseco .266 2 Fred McGriff .252 3 Mark McGwire .236 4 Kent Hrbek .211 5 Rob Deer .208 6 Pete Incaviglia .206 7 Jesse Barfield .190 8 Kelly Gruber .186 9 Ruben Sierra .185 10 Ellis Burks .183 1990-92 AL 1 Jose Canseco .260 2 Cecil Fielder .259 3 Mark McGwire .251 4 Frank Thomas .220 5 Mickey Tettleton .207 6 Ken Griffey Jr. .202 7 Greg Vaughn .201 8 Dave Winfield .199 9 Rickey Henderson .196 10 Kelly Gruber .190 Most of the charts at Baseball Immortals was created using my other creation
Baseball Cards- Sets And Singles A- J baseball Cards Sets and Singles A- J. Good= near mint. Complete Sets.Donruss 07. gruber, kelly- Upper Deck 91 374- good condition- $.07. http://www.angelfire.com/ns/devstoys/baseball.html
ESPN Classic - All Time Stats - Kelly Gruber kelly gruber Born February 26, 1962 Bats Right Throws Right, Searchplayer by last name The baseball Archive Powered by baseball1.com. http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/alltime/playercard?playerId=5412
Kelly Gruber Ed the Sock. kelly gruber. BIOGRAPHY. kelly was drafted in the 1st round, 10thpick overall, in the 1980 Major League baseball draft by the Cleveland Indians. http://www.celebsforyou.com/biographies/bios_gruber.htm
Extractions: This year's lineup included: MUSICAL GUESTS Michael Burgess Rik Emmett Molly Johnson Ian Thomas COMEDY Rick Wharton (Host) Roger Abbott (Air Farce) Pat McKenna (Red Green, Traders) Tony Rosato (SCTV/SNL) Harry Doupe Chris Finn Brigitte Gall Kevin Frank Neil Crone Illustrated Men Shoshana Sperling Teresa Pavlinek Lord Jef Farquhason Doo Wops and more... SPECIAL GUESTS Ruben "Hurricane" Carter Kelly Gruber Suhana Meharchand Ed the Sock Kelly Gruber BIOGRAPHY Kelly was drafted in the 1st round, 10th pick overall, in the 1980 Major League Baseball draft by the Cleveland Indians. In 1983, Kelly was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays after being left unprotected by the Indians. By 1988, Kelly was a regular for the Blue Jays. In fact, he was chosen for the All-Star game in 1989 and 1990. 1990 was a breakthrough year for Kelly. Not only was he an All-Star, but he won the AL Gold Glove for third basemen and the Silver Slugger Award. That season, he also hit 31 homeruns and knocked in 118 RBI's. And to cap off a terrific season, Kelly hit for the cycle with a single, double, triple and homerun in the same game on April 16th. He was the first Blue Jay in the history of the franchise to do so. The Blue Jays won the 1992 World Series and Kelly was at center stage. He hit a game tying homerun in Game 3 and then in Game 4, he scored the winning run with a belly flop across home plate that scraped his chin and left him woozy. Unfortunately, during that same 1992 season, Kelly felt something pop in his neck while swinging. It was a bone spur on his spinal cord which eventually threatened his everyday movements and mobility. Only surgery saved Kelly from potential paralysis, but it also claimed his career.
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Extractions: This year's lineup included: MUSICAL GUESTS Michael Burgess Rik Emmett Molly Johnson Ian Thomas COMEDY Rick Wharton (Host) Roger Abbott (Air Farce) Pat McKenna (Red Green, Traders) Tony Rosato (SCTV/SNL) Harry Doupe Chris Finn Brigitte Gall Kevin Frank Neil Crone Illustrated Men Shoshana Sperling Teresa Pavlinek Lord Jef Farquhason Doo Wops and more... SPECIAL GUESTS Ruben "Hurricane" Carter Kelly Gruber Suhana Meharchand Ed the Sock Baseball Rob Butler Bernie Carbo Mark Eicchorn Steve Garvey Cito Gaston Kelly Gruber Juan Guzmann Tom Henke Willie Horton Jerry Howarth Fergie Jenkins Rick Leach Bill "Spaceman" Lee Gaylord Perry Dave Stieb Pat Tabler Duane Ward Up Hockey [ Baseball ] Football Other
1990 AL MVP AWARD No other player in baseball history has both 3000 hits and 2000 walks, not to mentionover 2000 runs scored and Harold Reynolds and kelly gruber won Gold Gloves http://brsmith.mybravenet.com/History/400Pages/al1990.html
Extractions: The Oakland Athletics won their third consecutive pennant; they swept the Red Sox in the league playoffs, but were themselves swept in the World Series. Their best player was star left-fielder Rickey Henderson, who had his best season and won the MVP Award. Rickey was also the team's best player in the playoffs, but the rest of the team around him fell apart against the Reds in the World Series. Henderson was 31 years old, midway through his great career. Though Rickey won't have much problem getting into the Hall Of Fame, I think he is another example of a player whose reputation has suffered because fans identify him with only a single skill. Rickey is the greatest base stealer in baseball history; he does much, much more, but gets little credit beyond what he does on the basepaths. On the other hand, players who do well in one of the Triple Crown categories tend to be overrated, like Fielder.
1990 AL MVP AWARD next year, but he managed over 3000 hits in his career, more than any other thirdbaseman in baseball history. Harold Reynolds and kelly gruber won Gold Gloves http://brsmith.mybravenet.com/History/400Pages/al1990.htm
Extractions: The Oakland Athletics won their third consecutive pennant; they swept the Red Sox in the league playoffs, but were themselves swept in the World Series. Their best player was star left-fielder Rickey Henderson, who had his best season and won the MVP Award. Rickey was also the team's best player in the playoffs, but the rest of the team around him fell apart against the Reds in the World Series. Henderson was 31 years old, midway through his great career. Though Rickey won't have much problem getting into the Hall Of Fame, I think he is another example of a player whose reputation has suffered because fans identify him with only a single skill. Rickey is the greatest base stealer in baseball history; he does much, much more, but gets little credit beyond what he does on the basepaths. On the other hand, players who do well in one of the Triple Crown categories tend to be overrated, like Fielder or Joe Carter.
Xavier University Hall Of Fame Clines '28* (basketball, football, tennis) James J. gruber '67 Joseph W. kelly'27* (basketball, football) Edward L. Kluska '40* (baseball, football, coach http://athletics.xu.edu/hall_people.htm
Extractions: Ralph Lee still holds the Xavier record for career assists with 699. Xavier averaged 21.3 wins per season during his time at Xavier, an amazing turnaround from the program that averaged 9.3 wins a season the three years before his arrival. XAVIER UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME COACHES/ADMINISTRATORS Raymond Baldwin (trainer, golf coach)
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Extractions: Year Set Card # First Last Notes Donruss John Mayberry Donruss Bob Davis Donruss Jackson Todd Donruss Alvis Woods Donruss Alfredo Griffin Donruss Jerry Garvin Donruss Paul Mirabella Donruss Rick Bosetti Donruss Damaso Garcia Donruss Tom Buskey Donruss Joey Mclaughlin Donruss Barry Bonnell Donruss Bob Bailor Donruss Ernie Whitt Donruss Otto Velez Donruss Roy Howell Donruss Danny Ainge RC Donruss Bobby Mattick MG Donruss Dave Stieb Donruss John Mayberry Diamond King Donruss Dave Stieb Donruss George Bell RC Donruss Alfredo Griffin Donruss Lloyd Moseby Donruss Jackson Todd Donruss Alvis Woods Donruss Jim Clancy Donruss Luis Leal Donruss Otto Velez Donruss John Mayberry Donruss Garth Iorg Donruss Ernie Whitt Donruss Jerry Garvin Donruss Barry Bonnell Donruss Damaso Garcia Donruss Joey Mclaughlin Donruss Roy Lee Jackson Donruss Mark Bomback Donruss Buck Martinez Donruss Juan Berenguer Donruss Paul Mirabella Donruss Danny Ainge Donruss Willie Upshaw Donruss Dave Stieb Diamond King Donruss Steve Senteney Donruss Damaso Garcia Donruss Jim Clancy Donruss Luis Leal Donruss Buck Martinez Donruss Alfredo Griffin Donruss Jerry Garvin Donruss Joey Mclaughlin Donruss Ernie Whitt Donruss Garth Iorg Donruss Jim Gott RC Donruss Dale Murray Donruss Barry Bonnell Donruss Rance Mulliniks Donruss Roy Lee Jackson Donruss Dave Stieb Donruss Lloyd Moseby Donruss Willie Upshaw Donruss Jesse Barfield Donruss Geno Petralli Donruss Anthony Johnson Donruss Hosken Powell Donruss Action All-Stars Damaso Garcia Donruss Action All-Stars Dave Stieb Donruss Ron Kittle Diamond King Donruss Tony Fernandez RC Donruss Dave Stieb Donruss George Bell Donruss Jim Clancy Donruss Jim Acker Donruss Jesse Barfield Donruss Roy Lee Jackson Donruss Damaso Garcia Donruss
Extractions: John Holway the japanese insider 1990, Japan Prevails By John B. Holway In the long history of U.S.-Japan series, the Japanese have won two series, 1970 and 1990. In 1970 they beat the San Francisco Giants six games to three. In 1990 they bested an American All-Star team four games to three with one tie. That 1990 U.S. team included: BA HR Lenny Dykstra Barry Bonds Ken Griffey Jr Julio Franco Roberto Alomar Cecil Fielder Kelly Gruber Mike Sciosia Shawan Dunston Glenn Davis Jesse Barfield Dave Stewart Ramon Martinez Dave Stieb Chuck Finley Randy Johnson Oil Can Boyd Bobby Thigpen 57 saves Rob Dibble 31 saves Jeff Montgomery 24 saves The Japanese strategy was to send each pitcher to the mound for only two or three innings, thus the Americans would be constantly facing a new hurler almost every time they came to bat. The Americans may have been suffering from jet lag as they dropped the first four games. Game 1 The sleepy visitors got only two hits in the Tokyo Dome as the Japanese beat Boyd 2-1. Game 2 Japan tied it in the third on a walk and three singles and went into the ninth with a 4-3 lead.
Extractions: History of the World Series - 1992 While the 1992 World Series between the Braves and Toronto Blue Jays might have fallen just short of equaling the 1991 Series for sheer excitement, it was real close. Thisclose. This time, the Series participants engaged in four one-run games out of the six and the decisive game was an 11-inning thrill-o-rama that for taut drama would be difficult to top. The never-say-die Braves, who captured the National League pennant with a three-run, ninth-inning rally against Pittsburgh, showed similar resolve in Game 6 of the 1992 Series. Down three games to two but buoyed by the fact the Series had returned to Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, the Braves nonetheless entered the bottom of the ninth inning staring at a 2-1 deficit. Plus, hard-throwing Tom Henke, who had 34 saves in the regular season, was coming on to pitch for Toronto, whose bullpen was working on a scoreless streak of 15 1/3 innings. Jeff Blauser led off the ninth with a single off Henke, and Damon Berryhill advanced him to second with a bunt. Pinch-hitter Lonnie Smith drew a walk, putting the potential winning run on base.