IHSA Boys Baseball: Schaumburg Back to Boys baseball. Williams, Steve Kuipers Captains Mike Nall, Tim Chambers,brian Wojtanowski Last Year's Advancement Lost to Rolling meadows, 20 http://www.ihsa.org/activity/ba/1996-97/2info10.htm
Extractions: Last Year's Advancement: Lost to Rolling Meadows, 2-0, in Sectional Final No. Name B T Pos. Ht. Wt. Age Yr. BATTING Name G AB R H RBI Avg. 2B 3B HR PITCHING Name W-L G IP H ER BB SO ERA Mark Belousek 4-1 13 44.2 28 15 25 45 2.35 Tim Chambers 1-0 3 5.1 7 1 1 8 1.31 Joshua Dryden 1-0 4 13.0 2 1 9 0.00 Mike Nall 12-1 16 88.1 77 26 32 92 2.06 T.J. Nall 7-3 12 51.0 49 22 7 47 3.02 Team Totals 29-5 59 237.0 189 82 84 235 2.42 Mike Weel 3-0 10 25.2 15 12 14 28 3.27 Brian Wojtanowski 1-0 1 9.0 11 6 4 6 4.67 Date Opponent W/L Runs Opp.
Nashville Vs COLORADO SPRINGS (May 26, 2002) Nashville Sounds baseball Nashville at COLORADO SPRINGS May 26, 2002 at ColoradoSprings (Sky Sox 1 0 0 0 meadows, brian p .. 3 0 1 1 Whiteside, Matt p http://www.nashvillesounds.com/stats/nvl5260.htm
National League Baseball - Reds Vs. Padres CIN STEVE PARRIS, ELMER DESSENS (4TH), MANNY AYBAR (6TH), SCOTT SULLIVAN (8TH)AND EDDIE TAUBENSEE, BENITO SANTIAGO (8TH) SDG - brian meadows, CARLOS REYES http://www.eddog.com/ed/sports/padres-reds-06-16-00.html
Extractions: NL FINAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E - - - - - - - - - - - - CINCINNATI 1 2 1 1 5 10 1 SAN DIEGO 5 2 1 x 8 11 (FINAL) BATTERIES: CIN - STEVE PARRIS, ELMER DESSENS (4TH), MANNY AYBAR (6TH), SCOTT SULLIVAN (8TH) AND EDDIE TAUBENSEE, BENITO SANTIAGO (8TH) SDG - BRIAN MEADOWS, CARLOS REYES (3RD), MATT WHITESIDE (6TH), KEVIN WALKER (7TH), TREVOR HOFFMAN (9TH) AND CARLOS HERNANDEZ WP - CARLOS REYES (1-2) LP - STEVE PARRIS (2-10) SAVE - TREVOR HOFFMAN (15) HOME RUNS: CIN - POKEY REESE (4) OFF MEADOWS IN THE 1ST, ON SEAN CASEY (4) OFF MEADOWS IN THE 2ND, ON CHRIS STYNES (2) OFF MA WHITESIDE IN THE 6TH, ON SDG - BRET BOONE (9) OFF PARRIS IN THE 1ST, 2 ON CARLOS HERNANDEZ (2) OFF PARRIS IN THE 3RD, 1 ON TIME: 2:39 ATT: 60,760
Hofstra Baseball At Charleston Challenge brian Hillman singled with two outs, scoring Jeff Alwine meadows (10) came in andpitched 4.2 solid 2002 Marshall Thundering Herd baseball Thundering Herd vs http://www.hofstra.edu/Athletics/Baseball/ath_bb_22302.cfm
Extractions: CHARLESTON, S.Car.Trailing 7-2 heading into the sixth inning, Marshall University scored nine unanswered runs over the rest of the game to defeat Hofstra University 11-7 in the Charleston Southern Invitational. The victory gives the Thundering Herd their second victory in a row, moving them to 2-5 on the season. Hofstra dropped to 1-2 with the loss.
Extractions: Departments News Headlines Features Feature Archive Analysis ... Team Pages Teams Angels Astros Athletics Blue Jays Braves Brewers Cardinals Cubs Devil Rays D-backs Dodgers Expos Giants Indians Mariners Marlins Mets Orioles Padres Phillies Pirates Rangers Red Sox Reds Rockies Royals Tigers Twins White Sox Yankees About Us Tip Jar Front Page NL Offseason Report, Part II Jason Michael Barker Thursday we looked at the top eight teams in the National League in terms of offseason improvement. Absent from the list were the Cincinnati Reds, who at the time had yet to acquire The Greatest Player In Baseball (tm), Ken Griffey Jr., from Seattle. Now, the addition of Griffey would not have propelled the Reds to the top of my list, as there is still something to be said for acquiring Dante Bichette (and it isn't a nice thing). With the Reds listed first for the sake of novelty, here's a list of the National League teams who either got worse or simply didn't improve this offseason. Cincinnati
UNA Baseball 2001 FLORENCE The Univerisity of North Alabama baseball team avoided a three game sweep ss5 2 2 1 0 1 1 4 *brian Swift 2b 1b 3 1 3 4 0 0 12 1 *Trai meadows lf 3 http://www2.una.edu/athletics/Baseball/2001_Season/Game_Summaries/uah_040101.htm
KnoxNews: Baseball Two minorleague free agents from 2002, brian meadows and Salomon Torres, had Ourscouts see every player who is playing professional baseball, said general http://www.knoxnews.com/kns/baseball/article/0,1406,KNS_318_1709941,00.html
FBC'S ONLINE FANTASY BASEBALL CHALLENGE FANTASY baseball CENTRAL'S ONLINE CHALLENGE 2003 Players' Salaries (in $ millions) Position ZZZ 1.6 Mays,Joe MIN 2.0 Moss,Damian SF 1.6 meadows,brian PIT 1.4 http://www.statmanplus.com/fbc24.htm
Colonial Athletic Association - Baseball Overall Statistics for UNC Wilmington (2002 FINAL) (All games Sorted by Batting avg)Record 3621 CAA baseball 14-7 1 6 meadows, Bryan 1 21 WHITAKER, brian.. http://www.caasports.com/sports/baseball/stats.asp?PAGE_ID=100
Meadows Bests Maddux; Giles Delivers In 10th brian meadows allows three hits in eight innings. (Matt Freed, PostGazette).Pirates Report 8/29/02. If baseball stops, many will take a hit. http://www.post-gazette.com/pirates/20020829bucs3.asp
Extractions: April 13, 2003 News Sports Lifestyle Classifieds ... About Us Take me to... Search Local News Nation/World Sports Obituaries Lifestyle Business Opinion Photo Journal Weather Classifieds PG Store PG Delivery Web Extras Contact Us About Us Help Corrections Site Map Sports Pirates More Headlines Columnists ... Pirates Meadows bests Maddux; Giles delivers in 10th Thursday, August 29, 2002 By Paul Meyer, Post-Gazette Sports Writer Brian Meadows gave a pretty fair imitation of Atlanta's Greg Maddux last night. Brian Meadows allows three hits in eight innings. (Matt Freed, Post-Gazette) Pirates Report If baseball stops, many will take a hit "I don't think anybody can imitate Greg Maddux," Pirates Manager Lloyd McClendon said. "That doesn't show Greg Maddux the proper respect. Brian just pitched Brian's game." Thing was, neither Meadows nor Maddux figured in the decision last night. By the time Brian Giles singled in the only run of the game in the 10th inning of the Pirates' 1-0 victory at PNC Park, both starters had departed. Barely.
Cardinals Rip Pirates, 10-6 They played baseball. Pirates starter brian meadows gets a visit from pitching coachSpin Williams and catcher Jason Kendall against the Cardinals last night http://www.post-gazette.com/pirates/20020813bucsonebucs2p2.asp
Extractions: April 13, 2003 News Sports Lifestyle Classifieds ... About Us Take me to... Search Local News Nation/World Sports Obituaries Lifestyle Business Opinion Photo Journal Weather Classifieds PG Store PG Delivery Web Extras Contact Us About Us Help Corrections Site Map Sports Pirates More Headlines Columnists ... Pirates Cardinals rip Pirates, 10-6 Tuesday, August 13, 2002 By Paul Meyer, Post-Gazette Sports Writer The Pirates did something last night they didn't do eight years ago last night. They played baseball. Pirates starter Brian Meadows gets a visit from pitching coach Spin Williams and catcher Jason Kendall against the Cardinals last night at PNC Park. Meadows retired the first 10 batters, but was roughed up for six runs before exiting in the fifth inning. (Matt Freed, Post-Gazette) They didn't like it much, but they played. With baseball still not home free on avoiding a players strike this time around and memories of the strike of 1994 floating around yesterday, St. Louis beat the Pirates, 10-6, at PNC Park. Brian Giles became the third Pirates player to hit 30 or more home runs in at least four consecutive seasons when he hit his 30th off left-hander Steve Kline in the seventh inning. Ralph Kiner (1947-52) and Willie Stargell (1970-73) are the other two.
Edmonton Trapper Baseball Club New Logo Bobby Kielty have been optioned to Edmonton and righthander brian meadows has been August19-25, Eastern League All-Star third baseman, baseball America Double http://www.trappersbaseball.com/PressBox/PressReleases/PRMarch27-02.htm
Extractions: Baseball America Double-A All-Star third baseman, and Baseball America Second Team minor league All-Star third baseman. He was also named to the Arizona Fall League All-Prospect Team after he batted .336 (43-for-128) with four home runs and 29 RBI in 33 games with Grand Canyon. The 6-2, 215 pound Cuddyer appeared in 21 games for the Twins this spring and hit .317 (19-for-60) with three home runs and 11 RBI. Baseball America rates him as the third-best prospect in the Twins' organization, the fourth-best prospect in the Eastern League, the fifth-best third base prospect in the minor leagues, and the 27th-best prospect overall in the minor leagues. Cuddyer was selected by Minnesota in the first round (ninth overall) of the June, 1997 free agent draft. Kielty, 25, appeared in 94 games for the Trappers in 2001. He hit .287 (98-for-341) with 12 home runs, 50 RBI, and five stolen bases and led the Trappers with a .391 on-base percentage. The Fontana, California native made his major league debut in 2001, appearing in 37 games for Minnesota. He hit .250 (26-for-104) with two home runs, 14 RBI and three stolen bases in three stints with the Twins. The switch-hitter appeared in 23 games for the Twins this spring and hit .351 (20-for-57) with two home runs and 12 RBI. Kielty was signed by Minnesota as a free agent February 16, 1999.
Baseball baseball Ryan LeiningerCass Jake Williams-Peru Brad Collins-Taylor Jeff Trublood-NorthwesternJay meadows-Peru Craig Denison-Taylor brian Collins-Taylor http://www.micschools.com/ba.htm
Extractions: W 2-1 5/2 Taylor 4/23 NW 4/25 Peru 5/2@Western 5/2@HH 4/23@Taylor 4/30@Western 4/25 Mac 5/7 Mac 4/25@Eastern 4/30 HH 5/7 Taylor 5/7@Peru 4/25@HH 5/9 Peru 5/9 HH 5/9 @Eastern 4/30@Peru 5/9@Taylor 5/9@Cass 5/9 NW 4/30 Cass 5/14 NW 5/14@Peru 5/7@HH 5/14@Cass 5/14 HH 5/2 Peru Final Standings / All Conference Final Standings
2003 Pittsburgh Pirates Fantasy Baseball What Went Right If there is a more consistent hitter in all of baseball than brianGiles (.298, 39, 103), we at FBR don't know who it is WHP, brian meadows, 1.21. http://www.fantasysportsrealm.com/teams/nlcentral/pirates.htm
Extractions: Beckett Baseball Card Monthly 2002 Pirates Team Rankings Avg R HR RBI SB W SV ERA WHP Ks Teams Anaheim Arizona Atlanta Baltimore Boston Chicago AL Chicago NL Cincinnati Cleveland Colorado Detroit Florida Houston Kansas City Los Angeles Milwaukee Minnesota Montreal New York AL New York NL Oakland Philadelphia Pittsburgh San Diego San Francisco Seattle St. Louis Tampa Bay Texas Toronto Home l Stats l Teams l Draft Package l Fantasy Leagues Stats and Stuff: Home 2002 Stats 2002 Teams 2002 Standings ... Members Area Password Required In Season: AL Rotations NL Rotations Baseball Links: MLB Player Links Current Standings AL Injury Updates NL Injury Updates ... Transactions Like their divisional foes, or woes, in Milwaukee the Pirates have built a recent history of sub-par seasons, the victim of little revenue and already inflated salaries. Unlike the Brewers, the Pirates have some legitimate hitters in Brian Giles, Jason Kendall and Aramis Ramirez along with one of the game's best unknown commodities in closer Mike Williams. Adding to the core of talent was the acquisition of young starters Kip Wells, Sean Lowe and Josh Fogg in exchange for Todd Ritchie along with the return of recovering ace-in-waiting Kris Benson. The question was whether the lack of hitting depth, with weaknesses in center, second and short along with the lack of a true leadoff hitter, would be too much to overcome. With youth and the fiery Lloyd McClendon on their side, Pittsburgh wouldn't go down without a fight, looking to snap their nine-year losing streak.