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Extractions: E-mail this article Print this article Search web archive Meanwhile, Bob DuPuy, Selig's second in command, said baseball still hopes to decide the 2004 home of the Montreal Expos by the All-Star break in July. Selig wouldn't put a timetable on a decision about Rose and didn't hint which way he was leaning, but his remarks at the World Congress of Sports were his most detailed public statements on Rose since he met with the career hits leader on Nov. 25. Rose agreed to a lifetime ban from baseball in August 1989 after an investigation of his gambling and applied for reinstatement in September 1997. Until last fall, Selig repeatedly said he saw no reason to alter the punishment that Rose accepted from Commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti. "Bart gave Pete the right to apply for reinstatement," Selig said yesterday. "I kept it on my desk for 5-1/2 years. I think it was time to at least consider that." Selig called the Olympics issue "quite difficult."
Knights History MVP, rose City Invitational 1998 Tony Fair. MVP, Praegitzer Select 1998 brian Graham. American Selection, 11 th annual US Open baseball Tournament 1995 http://www.alohaknights.com/historyindividual.html
Extractions: Individual Honors PIL MVP 2001 - Chris Stewart PIL All-League Team 2001 - Matt Allen, Eddie Cornejo, Joe Gerber, Mike Gits, Matt Kosderka, John Otness, Tim Petke, Chris Stewart, Travis Wong PIL All-League (second-team) 2001 - Brian Barnett, Mark Calkins, Travis Hanson, Tucker Urdahl PIL All-League Team 2002 - John Otness Top Hitter Award, Kamloops International Baseball Tournament 2001 - Eddie Cornejo Top Hitter Award, Kamloops International Baseball Tournament 2002 - Matt Cunningham All-American Selection, 11 th All-American Selection, 13 th All-Tourney Team, Kamloops International Baseball Tournament 2002 - Matt Cunningham All-Tourney Team, 13 th annual Lake Tahoe Invitational 1993 - Tony Fair, Jeff Moore Joe Segel Hustle Award 2001 - Mark Calkins Joe Segel Hustle Award 2002 - Mark Calkins DRS Scholarship Award 2001 - Mark Calkins, Brian Huck, Mike Stewart, Tucker Urdahl
FSRU.com Baseball Cheat Sheet For 2002 $17 Derek Lowe, $11 Ramon Ortiz, $5 Steve Sparks, $1 brian rose.$17 Rick Reed, $10 CC Sabathia, $5 Sterling Hitchcock, $1 Blake Stein. http://www.fsru.com/baseball_cheat_sheet.php
Extractions: Click Here For National League Cheat Sheet Catchers: 1st Basemen: 2nd Basemen: 3rd Basemen: $24 Ivan Rodriquez $35 Jason Giambi $25 Bret Boone $27 Troy Glaus $17 Jorge Posada $32 Carlos Delgado $23 Ray Durham $25 Corey Koskie $12 Toby Hall $27 Mike Sweeney $18 Alfonso Soriano $18 Eric Chavez $9 Jason Varitek $23 Rafael Palmeiro $16 Adam Kennedy $17 Joe Randa $8 Mitch Meluskey $21 Jim Thome $16 David Eckstein $16 Eric Hinske $7 A.J. Pierzynski $19 David Segui $15 Esteban German $16 Jeff Cirillo $7 Ben Molina $19 John Olerud $15 Jerry Hairston Jr.
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Extractions: Updated Stats story No. 11 Florida Rallies to Defeat Vanderbilt 13-7 in Series Opener Gainesville, Fla. - The 11th-ranked Florida Gators rallied from a five-run deficit to defeat Vanderbilt 13-7 Friday, April 19, at McKethan Stadium. The win moved the Gators within a half game of South Carolina and the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division lead at 28-12 overall, 9-7 in the league. The Commodores lost their seventh consecutive conference game to slip to 17-16 overall and 3-11 in the SEC. Vanderbilt built a 5-0 lead through the first three and a half innings but the Gators roughed up Commodore starter Jeremy Sowers (3-5) for 10 hits and six earned runs. The freshman tied his season high in walks and struck out two in his shortest collegiate outing of five innings. Florida reliever David Bartelt (4-1) halted Vanderbilt's scoring until the late innings while registering the win. He pitched 4.1 innings and allowed five hits, two earned runs, no walks and a strikeout. Five different Gators recorded two RBI apiece, including right fielder Aaron Davidson, first baseman Aaron Shealy, center fielder Jake Riordan, catcher Brian Rose and second baseman Jonathan Tucker. UF shortstop Mark Kiger went 3-for-3 with three runs scored.
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Extractions: October 29, 1997 To help you begin thinking about the upcoming rookie drafts in your Diamond Mind leagues (or other fantasy leagues, for that matter), here is a list of all players who made their major-league debut in 1997. Because many leagues do not allow you to draft a player before he appears in the major leagues, chances are these players will be available in your league's draft. Some of these guys will help you right away, while others are highly-touted comers who were called up in September for the first time. Last year, I scooped up Nomar Garciaparra with my first draft pick (even though he didn't play much in 1996), and this year's list contains several players who are expected to do the same next year. This is a great place to find the guys who can begin to turn your team around or who can help sustain that dynasty that you've put together. Diamond Mind, Inc.
Extractions: Testicular Cancer sure doesn't play favorites... so here's our list of the famous (and infamous) men who have gone down the TC path along with us... United States Louie Aguiar Lance Armstrong Todd Barranger Richard Belzer ... Lance Armstrong (October 1996 - Nonseminoma - Chemo/Brain surgery) - Pro Cyclist and friend of the TCRC Lance's TCRC Page - Our exclusive interview and more! The Lance Armstrong Foundation Nike's Lance Armstrong Site - This is a very snazzy, multimedia enhanced site. It's Not About the Bike : My Journey Back to Life - Lance's new autobiography! Before and After - A chapter excerpt from Lance's new autobiography. Lance Armstrong Press Conference - October 1996 The ride of Armstrong's Life - November 1996 Bill talks with Lance - Dec 1997 Cancer: "Get out of my life, I'm a busy guy!" - May 1998 Lance Armstrong seals return with Luxembourg win - June 1998 ABC News Chat Transcript: Lance Armstrong - Feb 1999 Armstrong surives as champion - July 1999 American Cyclist's Victory Of the Spirit - July 1999 How I beat the killer inside me - July 1999 Armstrong proves cancer can be outrun - July 1999 Triumph of the cure - July 1999 Armstrong Went the Distance Before This Race Began - August 1999 Friends Inspired Armstrong to a Turning Point in '98 - August 1999 Tour De Amerique - August 1999 America can't hear enough about Lance Armstrong's cancer battle - May 2000 Armstrong's wins save local lives - August 2001 Askmen.com's Man of the Week
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Extractions: First Team Pitchers Jeff Frazier TR South Jr. Mike Scalfani CBA Sr. Chris Noonan RBC Sr. Catcher Anthony Buffone CBA Sr. 1st base Tom Hartman Shore So. Infielders Mike Kelly Freehold Sr. Brett Hardy TR South Jr. Doug Hehner Howell Sr. Outfielders Jeff Baker CBA Sr. Jesse Cardoza Keyport Sr. Adam Rosenberb Neptune Sr. Utility David Rodriquez Long Branch Sr. D H CJ DeFilippo Middletown North Sr. Second Team Pitchers Brian Langan Keyport So. Jeremy Aguirre Lakewood So. Jim Baxter Donovan Jr. Catcher Chris Spina Brick Sr. 1st base Andre Majett Lakewood Sr. Infielders Mike DeJesus Manalapan So. Jeremy Suarez CBA Sr. Adam Campbell Manasquan Sr. Outfielders Nick Moschella Brick Sr. Ryan Gianoulis TR South Sr. Derek Warren Long Branch Sr.
Golden Knights Fans More than 50% of Saint rose athletes have made Director and Sports Information DirectorBrian Beaury, Associate baseball TEAM SUFFERS 10 SETBACK AT DOWLING http://www.strose.edu/Golden_Knights/default.asp
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Extractions: Standings Through Games of April 13, 2003 Eastern Division Division Overall Team W L Pct. Home Away W L Tie Pct. Home Away Neut. DePauw University Oglethorpe University Rose-Hulman Inst. of Technology Centre College ... Univ. of the South-Sewanee Western Division Division Overall Team W L Pct. Home Away W L Tie Pct. Home Away Neut. Millsaps College Southwestern University Trinity University Hendrix College ... NCAA Stats (For games played from Monday, April 23 through Sunday, April 29) JASON GERINGER OF DEPAUW UNIVERSITY, a 6-0 junior outfielder from Bloomington, Ind., has been named the SCAC Offensive Player-of-the-Week. Geringer had 12 hits in 17 at bats (.706) to lead the Tigers to the SCAC Baseball title at the 2001 Spring Sports Festival. In DePauw's four tournament games, Geringer had three doubles, four runs scored and six RBIs and led all hitters in batting for the weekend. He slugged .882 and had an on-base percentage of .684 to lead DePauw to its first NCAA tournament appearance since 1979. Other impressive offensive performances from the week: