East Coast Agony: Game Review LSAT Prep A baseball manager is creating a lineup consisting of eight hitters Carlos,cornelius, David, cornelius must bat in some slot before that of David. http://eastcoastagony.weblogs.us/archives/027185.html
Extractions: Sit back and enjoy as two gigantic nerds share the pain of rooting for the Mets and Red Sox April 10, 2005 Game Review LSAT Prep Questions 1-5 A baseball manager is creating a lineup consisting of eight hitters Carlos, Cornelius, David, Douglas, Jose, Kazuo, Michael, and Victor one after the other, not necessarily in that order. Each hitter will fill exactly one spot in the lineup, according to the following conditions: Michael must bat fourth.
East Coast Agony: Mets Game Recap (ST) 3/6 Legion Commander cornelius Cliff Floyd stepped up for his first at bat with Every swing was designed to kill the ball. He grimaced after fouling off a http://eastcoastagony.weblogs.us/archives/014511.html
Extractions: Reyes cracks a single early down the right field line and the ball rolls over into the expansive foul territory and warm-up mounds. He tries his patented move of stretching what is for anyone else a single into a no-doubter double, and fails because the right fielder - Franklin Gutierrez, I think - navigates the mounds, scoops the grounder cleanly, spins and uncorks a perfect bullet a step ahead of our hero. It took an amazing play to get him; that's how fast and aggressive Reyes is. I'm more awed than worried by his attempts. They provoke the same invigorating shock that a basestealer does when he starts his charge, and I hope he has the judgment for both moves.
Ryan Dempster Chat SLAM! baseball s Canadian baseball site. Jason Paul With yourself, Penny,Sanchez, cornelius, Smith and Alex Fernandez, do you think your rotation can http://slam.canoe.ca/SlamBaseballCanada/chat_001016.html
Extractions: Inside CANOE.CA SLAM! Sports Jam! Showbiz CANOE Travel CNEWS CANOE Money C-Health LIFEWISE AUTONET flirt.canoe.ca Newsstand SunTV WHAM! Gaming AllPop Free E-Mail shop.canoe.ca Jobboom CareerConnection Classified Extra Obituaries Today Restaurants Hotels Weather Horoscopes Lotteries Ecards Crossword Scoreboard News Ticker Sports Ticker TV Listings Movie Listings CLIVE Concerts Mutual Funds Stocks Feedback Index Monday, October 16, 2000 Florida Marlins' pitcher Ryan Dempster, from Sechelt, B.C., joined SLAM! Baseball online this evening to talk about baseball and the Florida Marlins. Review his answers in the transcript below. Dave What's it like playing in Florida? Ryan Dempster: I have to say that it is great place to pitch but a little humid at times. Since I came home the weather has not been too bad, because it has been sunny. KEN @ COMOX,BC YOU JUST MISSED A WORLD SERIES RING (1997), COMING UP IN 1998, WHAT DO YOU FEEL ARE THE CHANCES OF THE MARLINS BEING COMPETITIVE NEXT SEASON? IF YOU SEE ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT WHERE WOULD YOU MAKE THE CHANGES? Ryan Dempster: I think the chances are pretty good. We improved from last year quite a bit and I see us improving even more next season. I think that you can always use starting pitching, maybe another starter and the Marlins have been talking about going and getting a catcher. We have two great catchers but we did not get a lot of home runs out of that spot so maybe a more offensive catcher.
TennisOne - Readers Write This resulted in rather tenative strokes through the ball rather than the His backhand was almost a baseball shot, and I cannot understand how could he http://www.tennisone.com/magazine/letters.php
Extractions: TennisOne, A few days ago, while watching the US Open, I caught the last few points of Marina's mixed doubles match. I was at first confused by the scoring, then outraged, when I realized what was happening. The match ended on a very sad, silly note - one measly point ending their chance in the end. As most club and recreational players (i.e., fans) are doubles players, I'm sure they enjoy watching great doubles teams at work. There is much that could be learned, there net duals can be incredibly exciting, and there is more of a fun and entertaining aspect to doubles as now played. On top of that, the scoring system would only serve to confuse people, especially those new to tennis, who have to use traditional scoring when they play. Well, I could go on, but your article basically says it all. At the end, Paul says "Doubles lovers of the world unite!" I think we should do just this. I think we should start petitions, letter writing campaigns - whatever we can think of, to encourage the ATP to drop this crazy idea. I am hoping that TennisOne and perhaps some other online sites and print magazines could get the ball rolling here. What do you say we start something!! Sincerely
Seattle Archdiocese All CYO baseball teams will play according to the National Federation of State leading off (leaving early) prior to a pitched ball crossing home plate. http://www.seattlearch.org/BuildingCommunity/CatholicYouthOrganization/Athletics
Extractions: FAITH FOR TODAY NEWS EVENTS DONATE ... Site Map arrHiddenMenus = "hiddenmenu0"; arrHiddenMenus = "hiddenmenu1"; arrHiddenMenus = "hiddenmenu2"; arrHiddenMenus = "hiddenmenu3"; arrHiddenMenus = "hiddenmenu4"; arrHiddenMenus = "hiddenmenu5"; arrHiddenMenus = "hiddenmenu6"; arrHiddenMenus = "hiddenmenu7"; Registration Deadline: Friday, February 17th Roster Due: Friday, March 17th Coaches Certification: Wednesday, February 22nd May 7 Tournament Games: May 10th through 21st Team Fees: $425.00 per team NOTE: Registration forms received after the deadline, or not including a check for team fees will not be accepted. Rules All CYO baseball teams will play according to the National Federation of State High School Associations rules unless otherwise specified in this manual or the rules outlined below. Each coach is responsible for having a copy of the rulebook and bringing the book to the game site. Each coach should also familiarize him or herself with these rules at the beginning of the season. Re-scheduled games and TBA requests will be granted for school-related functions and parish-related functions only. TBA requests must be received by the registration deadline. Re-scheduling TBA games is the responsibility of the coach who requested the TBA. CYO must be notified when TBA games are re-scheduled.
Lakeland Vs UW-Stevens Point 2004 UWStevens Point baseball Lakeland at UW-Stevens Point (Game 1) 4/12/04 4 0 1 0 0 0 13 2 Andrew cornelius lf . 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Jon Bintner 2b. http://www.uwsp.edu/athletics/baseball/2004/bbgm-15.htm
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Brainerd Memories, Part 3 Wichita Wranglers baseball game, I dialed the home of Jake cornelius, Jake and his brother, Robert, and sisters, Wilma cornelius Carter and Mildred http://www.rootinaround.com/brainerd/memories4.html
Extractions: After viewing the slide presentation that accompanies Agnes Harder's History of Brainerd with her and Edgar at the Remington H.S., I bid them farewell, carefully clutching the slides they had graciously agreed to loan me so I could make copies of them and return them the next day. I headed west on K-196 towards Wichita, stopping in Whitewater for a few minutes to drive up and down its wide, clean, but quiet Main Street , taking in the town's towering grain elevator and contemplating the difference a few miles of railroad track can make in a community's history. With the wind whipping my Honda from side to side along the narrow two-lane highway, I made it over to I-35 and headed south to Wichita, where I spent the night after dropping off the borrowed slides for overnight duplication at a local graphic service bureau. Before walking across the Arkansas River from my hotel to watch the first few innings of a wind-throttled Wichita Wranglers baseball game, I dialed the home of Jake Cornelius, a Brainerd resident whom Agnes suggested I contact to get another perspective on the whole affair. She had warned me that he was very busy and that I might have a hard time getting him on the phone. To my surprise, he answered on the first ring, and seemed to be expecting my call. We made plans to rendezvous at his house the next morning and "have a look around" what's left of Brainerd.
Extractions: BOSTON, Mass. - September 8 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) New England-Canada Business Council announced today a luncheon with author and sports journalist Russ Conway, on Wednesday, September 14, 2005 at the Seaport Hotel, One Seaport Lane, Boston. Russ Conway is Associate Editor of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Eagle-Tribune in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. WINSTON-SALEM, NC - July 26 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) At 8pm on August 13, 2005, the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum Annex in Winston-Salem, NC, Ring of Dreams presents Fight Night, an event taut with anticipation and excitement. The Main Event will rock the house as undefeated heavyweight Moultrie Witherspoon (10-0), of South Carolina, steps into the ring to do battle with Ron Bellamy (14-2) of North Carolina in a quest for currently vacant World Boxing Empire (WBE) heavyweight world title.
Extractions: 2005 ENMU Baseball Statistics SW Oklahoma State at Eastern New Mexico (Game 2) - Play-by-Play Mar 20, 2005 at Portales, New Mexico (Greyhound Field) Score by Innings R H E SW Oklahoma State... 000 041 01 - 6 12 3 Eastern New Mexico.. 001 040 00 - 5 6 1 SW Oklahoma State starters: 11/rf L. Thompson; 5/lf Chase Wilson; 20/c M. Machinski; 19/dh T. Dewald; 10/3b Wes Bamburg; 8/1b G. Davenport; 18/2b Levi Garrett; 6/ss L. Hatfield; 2/cf Erik Horton; 24/p D. Anderson; Eastern New Mexico starters: 4/2b Bryan Moore; 1/ss Josh Kuchta; 5/p B. Scherer; 9/1b M. Wallace; 24/rf Justin Gee; 10/3b M. McDuffie; 3/c Tyler Brown; 32/cf Ryan French; 2/lf Gil Alvarado; SW Oklahoma State 1st - L. Thompson lined out to cf (0-0). Chase Wilson singled through the left side (2-2). Chase Wilson out at first p to 2b to 1b, caught stealing. M. Machinski reached on an error by 3b (3-2). T. Dewald flied out to cf (1-0). runs, 1 hit, 1 error, 1 LOB.
Apocrypha In Pittsburgh Baseball is about legends. The high point of the 1996 season was not Albert One talltale has Josh Gibson hitting a ball out of Forbes Field only to be http://www.thediamondangle.com/marasco/negleg/sendsat.html
Extractions: By David Marasco Baseball is about legends. The high point of the 1996 season was not Albert Belle's fifty homeruns or Greg Maddux's pitching prowess, but Cal Ripken breaking Lou Gehrig's famed streak. This appeal to myth was even more so behind the color line. One tall-tale has Josh Gibson hitting a ball out of Forbes Field only to be called out when it was caught the next day in Philadelphia. Not surprisingly, Satchel Paige as the Negro League's most famous player also stars in many such stories. One of these is recounted in his autobiography, "Maybe I'll Pitch Forever," One day I pitched a no-hitter for the Crawfords against the Homestead Grays. That was on July 4. I remember because somebody kept shooting off firecrackers every time I got another batter out. Those firecrackers still were popping when I ran out of the park, hopped into my car, and drove all night to Chicago. I got there in time to beat Jim Trent and the Chicago American Giants one to nothing in twelve innings. This seems more than a little unbelievable. A full nine innings followed by an all-night drive to be topped with a twelve-inning shutout? Even if one does believe in Paige's pitching abilities, his memory might not be trusted. His autobiography was written in 1962, and while that was only one year removed from his pitching for AAA Portland, it was nearly 30 years after the fact. Also to be considered is that the only Trent that played for the Chicago American Giants was Ted Trent. This calls for a little digging. Fortunately both Chicago and Pittsburgh had very active press corps in their African-American communities, so many pieces of this puzzle could be found.
Tuttle SVC Edwin J. Hoffman learned the game of baseball on the sandlots of Saltillo. Bill Berrier drew a free pass, and Ed Hoffman laced a hard ball back to http://tuttlesvc.teacherhosting.com/blog/blosxom.cgi/personal/family/
Extractions: My grandfather received one of those "frivolous asbestos claims" that Bush referred to in the State of the Union speech tonight, not too long before after he was killed by a malignant mesothelioma. #author hoffman Click to see more Also known as Seven Hour Leg of Lamb. Came out quite well for Christmas Eve Eve dinner with the Gellers. #author hoffman I'm at my parents for my father's induction into the Huntingdon County (Pa.) Sports Hall of Fame. Here's the bio written by Terry Bowser of the Huntingdon Daily News: Edwin J. Hoffman learned the game of baseball on the sandlots of Saltillo. His ability eventually took him to Juniata College and on to professional baseball in the Cincinnati Reds' organization. Learning the game and being able to teach it are two entirely different skills, and Ed made the transition to become a highly successful baseball coach of 16 seasons at Huntingdon Area High School.
Extractions: Fax: 716-673-3325 "Take me out to the ballgame" is being heard all over the world as major league baseball starts another season. The same familiar tune will be heard at SUNY Fredonia from the Rockefeller Arts Center as the Department of Theatre and Dance wraps up another successful season with its rendition of the popular musical about baseball, Damn Yankees. Damn Yankees , with a score by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross and a book by George Abbott and Douglas Wallop, will perform in the Marvel Theatre the last two weekends of April. Performances are April 23, 24, 29, 30 and May 1 at 8 p.m. and April 25 at 2 p.m. A talk-back with the cast, designers and crew will be held following the Sunday matinee. Tickets are on sale at the Central Box Office in the Williams Center at 673-3501. The show's plot has been taken from two popular stories. The first is the Faust legend about an aging man who is so drawn to a young girl that he sells his soul to the devil in return for renewed youth. In the legend, the bargain works out poorly and everybody ends up dead, except for the devil. Roughly the same situation occurs-but more happily this time-in a novel by Douglass Wallop called
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Extractions: June 8, 1995 : The Expos acquire 1B/OF David Segui from the Mets in exchange for P Reid Cornelius March 31, 1996 : Hours before Opening Day, the Mets add a 5th starter to replace three of their ailing young arms on the DL. New York sends the expendable Ryan Thompson and pitcher Reid Cornelius to the Indians for Mark Clark . Clark was 2010 over the past two seasons.
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Extractions: 2005 Tiger Baseball Press Releases Abrue named to All-Region Team Baseball 2004 Game-by-Game Results Baseball 2004 Press Releases and News ... Mens Sports Baseball: SWOSU at ECU Tigers sweep three-game series from SWOSU ADA Cody Carrier drove in both runs with an RBI single and solo-homer while senior right-hander Noah Willard had a strong pitching effort as the East Central University Tigers completed a three-game weekend series sweep Sunday (April 24, 2005) with a 2-1 Lone Star Conference North victory over the Southwestern Oklahoma State Bulldogs at Tiger Field. The Tigers also swept a doubleheader from SWOSU, 5-4 and 5-2, on Saturday. ECU won three of the five games in the overall head-to-head series this season after the Bulldogs took two earlier season games in Weatherford. ECU improved to 23-26 overall and 8-12 in the LSC North while SWOSU dipped to 15-33 and 6-14. Willard (5-2) was dominating from the mound, scattering seven hits, walking just one and striking out 11 in 8 2/3 innings of work. At one point in the game, he retired 10 straight batters. Another senior, Justin Graham, came on in the seventh to nail down his third save of the year as he recorded a strikeout to end the game.