MLB.com Free Agent Tracker new Tigers broadcaster Jack Morris checks in during the Pat Sajak baseball Hour between singleton,chris, OF, BAL, OAK, 12/23/02, Oneyear contract with club option http://houston.astros.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/mlb/news/hot_stove/y2002/free_agent_tra
MLB.com Free Agent Tracker Morris and former '69 Mets 3B Ed Charles highlighted the Pat Sajak baseball Hour. singleton,chris, OF, BAL, OAK, 12/23/02, Oneyear contract with club option for http://mlb.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/mlb/news/hot_stove/y2002/free_agent_tracker.jsp?&s
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MLB.com Free Agent Tracker Don Mattingly was a guest on The Pat Sajak baseball Hour. 34. singleton, chris,OF, BAL, OAK, 12/23/02, Oneyear contract with club option for 2004. 35. http://florida.marlins.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/mlb/news/hot_stove/y2002/free_agent_tr
Baseball America - AL West 40-Man Rosters Oakland, Sacramento. singleton, chris. 30. Snelling, chris. 21. LL. Outfielders (3)Ryan christenson, Jim Rushford, Ruben Sierra. Copyright 2003 baseball America. http://www.baseballamerica.com/today/features/03alw40.html
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MSNBC Cover 21 chris singleton used to imagine how neat it would be to play for the teamhe rooted for as a boy. But as his baseball career progressed, he began to http://www.msnbc.com/news/875844.asp
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NBCSports -- Analyzing Baseball's Rumor Mill P, Dodgers. Brady Anderson, Balt. OF, Uncertain. chris singleton, CWS, OF, Uncertain.Economy Division. Mike Darr, SD, OF, Uncertain. Herbert Perry, CWS, 1B/3B, Uncertain. http://www.msnbc.com/news/spt/baseball/2001Rumormill/toc.htm
Extractions: Luxury Division PLAYER, TEAM POS. POSSIBILITIES Al Leiter, NYM P Red Sox Astros Phil Nevin, SD Uncertain Troy Percival, Ana. P Cardinals Red Sox Jason Giambi, Oak. Yankees Full-Size Division Tony Clark, Det. Braves Dmitri Young, Cin. OF Twins Woody Williams, SD P Cardinals Astros Red Sox Jason Isringhausen, Oak. P D-Backs Astros Chuck Knoblauch, NYY OF Uncertain Jose Cruz, Jr., Tor. OF Mariners Padres Garret Anderson, Ana. OF Uncertain Ugueth Urbina, Mont. P Red Sox Pokey Reese, Cin. 2B/SS Dodgers Shannon Stewart, Tor. OF Rockies Mariners Midsize Division Rey Ordonez, NYM SS Uncertain Todd Zeile, NYM Uncertain Tom Goodwin, LA OF Uncertain Glendon Rusch, NYM P Astros Dodgers Rockies Chris Holt, Det. P Dodgers Brady Anderson, Balt. OF Uncertain Chris Singleton, CWS OF Uncertain Economy Division Mike Darr, SD OF Uncertain Herbert Perry, CWS Uncertain Brett Tomko, Sea. P Uncertain
October 3, 1995 Shanty Hogan, Scot Bryan Johnson, Martina Koch, Darryl Lewis, chris singleton andPatricia He also played briefly on the baseball team, and was drafted by the http://wildcat.arizona.edu/papers/old-wildcats/fall95/October/October3,1995/07_3
Extractions: By Craig Degel Arizona Daily Wildcat Kenny Lofton and Robert Gamez highlighted a list of former UA athletes inducted into the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame during halftime at Saturday's UA-California football game. Joining Lofton and Gamez were Matt Encinas, John Fouse, Jeanne Doyle Garrett, Thomas "Shanty" Hogan, Scot Bryan Johnson, Martina Koch, Darryl Lewis, Chris Singleton and Patricia Vold. Lofton, a point guard from 1986-89, helped lead the Wildcats to the Final Four in '88 and set the Pacific 10 Conference record for career steals with 116. He also played briefly on the baseball team, and was drafted by the Houston Astros. He was traded to the Cleveland Indians, where he is currently the lead-off hitter and centerfielder, as well as a two-time All-Star. Gamez, a golfer, was NCAA player of the year in '89 and the PGA's rookie of the year in '90. Encinas was a three-year baseball letterman from 1957-59. He was Arizona's first Hispanic All-American in any sport. After graduation he played in the New York Yankees' organization. Fouse was a two-sport star from 1962-65, starting at tight end on the football team and a pitcher on the baseball team. He is still ranked third on the career shutouts list. Fouse was drafted by the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles and the American Football League's Buffalo Bills, but he opted to play baseball with the Cleveland Indians.
Extractions: Washington: Should see more playing time at tailback following the graduation of senior Willie Hurst. 2001: One of seven true freshmen to see playing time in 2001 expected to redshirt, was called into action after early-season injuries to seniors Willie Hurst and Braxton Cleman appeared in eight games, mostly on special teams was named Huskies Offensive Scout of the Week for play in week leading up to the Idaho contest turned that performance into playing time against the Vandals, while subbing for the injured backs in Huskies 53-3 rout carried seven times for 12 yards also had carries against Cal, Arizona and top-ranked Miami had career-best 20-yard run against the Hurricanes. High School and Personal: Born Nov. 4, 1982 in West Covina, Calif. ... parents are Lorraine and Joe ... is youngest of four siblings ... named Mount Baldy League MVP with 2,043 yards rushing and 18 TDs in 2000 ... finished his career with 4,517 yards rushing and 44 TDs ... a SuperPrep and PrepStar All-American ... PrepStars No. 3 running back in the West Region ... ranked 21st on PrepStars Western Region Super 30 list ... ranked 16th in SuperPreps CA/HI 130 ... received four of a possible five stars from Rivals.com ...nominated for the Wendy's High School Heisman ... a member of the Tacoma News-Tribunes Western 100 team ... an all-CIF selection as a senior ... earned CalHiSports.com All-State honorable mention honors ... named Area Offensive MVP by the Inland Valley Times ... a San Bernardino County All-Star ... carried for 270 yards in win over Ayala as a senior ... majoring in business administration.
Extractions: 2002 (Football): Started twice for the Huskies, finishing second on the team in rushing yards with 224 ... against UCLA, rushed 20 times for 92 yards ... scored first-career touchdown at Arizona State ... an honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10 selection. Competed just four times for the Husky track team in 2002, but finished the season as the teams No. 2 competitor in the long jump ... was the 14th finisher in the event at the Pac-10 Championships, leaping 21-9 1/2, his top legal mark of the season ... best mark was a wind-aided 22-8 at the WSU Dual ... redshirted the 2001 football season. High School and Personal: Born Nov. 4, 1982 ... parents are Lorriane and Joe ... is youngest of four siblings ... a tailback, is currently on a football scholarship at UW ... was ranked among the state of Californias top-10 competitors in two events as a senior ... best 200m mark of 21.4 seconds ranked fourth in the state, and 10.56-second PR in the 100m ranked sixth ... placed 12th in Junior Olympics competition in 2000 ... was a two-year qualifier for the CIF Championships ... also participated one season at the Simplot Indoor Games ... nominated for the Wendys High School Heisman in 2000 for his exploits on the track and the gridiron ... rushed for 4,517 yards and 44 touchdowns in his career at Etiwanda ... was named area MVP as a senior, and earned honorable mention all-state acclaim.
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ESPN.com: Chris Singleton 2 chris singleton Oakland Athletics Roster, AVG .262, HR 9, RBI 50. Age 30 Height62 Weight 210 lbs. PITCHER. chris singleton batting vs. Seattle Mariners. http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/players/bvsp?batterId=4015
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Extractions: For any ballplayer, the only downside to having a stellar rookie season is having to follow it up with an equal or better second season. Just ask Kevin Maas. In 1990, Maas set the league on fire when he was called up by the Yankees to replace an injured Don Mattingly. In just half a season, Maas smacked 21 homers and set a record for belting his tenth homer in just his 78th career at bat, faster than anyone in history. After 1990, however, Maas numbers deteriorated with each passing season. He was last seen in a Twins uniform in 1995 before disappearing from baseball like a player in an Iowa cornfield.
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