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Extractions: Notes: PNC Park rated as neutral. Aramis Ramirez looks to have finally nailed down a spot after much nonsense. Still only 23 this year. For all the griping Vander Wal's done over Derek Bell, it's not like my projections are about to argue with him. Chad Hermansen needs a change of scenery to fix what's ailing him. Still young. Craig Wilson would make a decent looking first base prospect if the Pirates had half a mind to play him there. The Leo Gomez projection should be taken with the same grain of salt as the projections of Ichiro Suzuki and Tsuyoshi Shinjo. The important thing to know is that Gomez did very well over in Japan.
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Extractions: Can you write or draw? Would you rather put bamboo shoots up your fingernails than read the average sportswriter? You might have a future! Let us be your stepping stone Spring Back, Fall Forward Dave Paisley Spring training is a vital piece of baseball preparation, and it does provide a nice little boost for the Florida and Arizona economies in that almost-spring lull. And big league politics even comes into play as podunk towns in the Phoenix suburbs try to lure away Florida based teams with promises of new stadiums and the like. No, the veterans (Jeff Kent excepted apparently) are mostly concerned about slowly loosening up, not getting injured, and generally goofing off and having fun with their families. Watch them as they show up for the game, get through two or three at bats, then head for the showers and the good restaurant spots long before the crowd even notices that Joe Scrub is now roaming the outfield in place of Billy Superstar.
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Extractions: Main This is why you'll never see the Yankees, or any other team with "class" selling naming rights to their stadium. Let's assume that five years from now, Verizon buys SBC. So then we have a stadium that in eight years ends up with three names. If you want to reminisce about Barry Bonds' record-breaker, you'll end up boggling, "that was at a home game in San Francisco, was it SBC Park? Pac Bell Park? Verizon Park?" Nobody has to think back to wonder what stadium Gehrig played at. It was Yankee Stadium. Period. Or where Yaz put in his years. It was Fenway. Period. Teams which sell naming rights basically piss on the future memories of what happens there. Kids who've grown up to see Pac Bell Park (or others) have six or seven names aren't going to necessarily remember "what the park was called then"... they'll just remember "ahhh, it was a home game", or if it was an away game, it'll be like "it was in San Francisco". Show some class. Name a stadium and leave it at that. If you want to rename it for some famous person or player (e.g., if a famous player dies and the team wants to honor the player or something), that's one thing. That's a one-time thing and you expect that the
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Extractions: Craig Biggio traveled the path from catcher to second baseman, and then to center fielder, but no matter which position he played he was the heart and soul of the Houston Astros in the 1990s and early 2000s. The gritty Biggio won four Gold Glove Awards at second while helping the Astros to four division titles in five seasons, from 1997 to 2001. With Jeff Bagwell, Derek Bell, and later Lance Berkman, he was part of the famous "Killer B's," who unfortunately had little sting in the playoffs, losing in the first round four times. In 1998, Biggio joined Tris Speaker as the only players to steal 50 bases and hit 50 doubles in a single season.
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Extractions: Mock Drafts These are actual drafts from fantasy baseball leagues. The league has 12 teams, where Team 1 picks first in round 1 and Team 12 picks first in the second round. NL draft 2002 season, 22 rounds NL draft 2002 season, 11 rounds Mixed Al and NL draft 2002 season, 23rounds ESPN 2002 Live Draft Results, AL, NL and Mixed ... AL draft 1999 seaason, 24 rounds The table below is the first mock draft of the 2001 season, it was a 10 round NL draft. Top of Page Pick Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Round 8 Round 9 Round 10 Randy Johnson Kevin Millwood Mike Hampton John Smoltz J.T. Snow Mark Grace Brad Ausmus Todd Ritchie Mark Sweeney Brian Anderson Alex Ochoa Todd Helton Barry Larkin Gary Sheffield Javy Lopez Phil Nevin Scott Williamson Craig Biggio Jeromy Burnitz Matt Morris Woody Williams Scott Sullivan Kevin Brown Sammy Sosa Curt Schilling Jim Edmonds Edgar Renteria Jose Vidro Steve Finley Eric Karros Scott Elarton Garrett Stephenson Dmitri Young Greg Maddux BrianS. Giles Al Leiter Darryl Kile Robert Person Geoff Jenkins Livan Hernandez Matt Clement Jeffrey Hammonds Randy Wolf Ray Lankford Robb Nen Barry Bonds Jeff D'Amico Shawn Green Rick Reed Neifi Perez Bruce Chen Warren Morris Pokey Reese Pedro Astacio Tom Goodwin Vladimir Guerrero Jeff Kent Richard Hidalgo Luis Gonzalez Scott Rolen Mike Lowell Ryan Klesko Dave Veres Russ Ortiz Shawn Estes Wade Miller Mike Piazza Tom Glavine Kerry Wood Rick Ankiel Richie Sexson Todd Walker Eric Owens Ugueth Urbina Glendon Rusch Rondell White Shane Reynolds Chipper Jones Rich Aurilia Sean Casey Kris Benson Lance Berkman
Extractions: Home News Obituaries Sports ... E-MAIL THIS PAGE Saturday, March 14, 1998 For baseball players, other athletes, creatine monhydrate has powerful lure HOUSTON (AP) The diet supplement creatine monoxydrate, used to build up muscle strength, is a popular among athletes. Don't count Astros outfielder Derek Bell among them. Bell headed to the weight room this winter, after stopping first at the health food store to pick up some creatine. His decision produced a pair of side trips two stays in the hospital for treatment of kidney ailments. Bell told the Houston Chronicle in Friday editions that it was his use or misuse of creatine monohydrate that landed him in the hospital. Used correctly, the muscle-building wonder potion of the 1990s lives up to the hype, helping generate energy for explosive, high-intensity activity and endurance for the stress of a 162-game baseball season. Used incorrectly, as Bell learned this winter, it can put you in the hospital. "I took the creatine lifting weights, trying to get a little muscle mass, and I guess I didn't drink enough water with it," the outfielder said. "The first time I went into the hospital was for kidney stones, and I thought the problem was I wasn't drinking enough water." Three days after being released from a week-and-a-half stay in a Tampa, Fla., hospital in early January, Bell went back to the weights and back to the creatine. He got sick and spent another two weeks under observation, suffering from dehydration.
Extractions: Pepsi's running a contest to celebrate the opening of the baseball season, with the grand prize winner getting free tickets to opening day for life. 2005 Baseball Preview Index Is it me, or does this bring to mind the immortal words of Beano Cook, who upon hearing that the Americans finally freed in the Iranian hostage crisis had been given free passes to baseball games in perpetuity, asked, "Haven't they suffered enough?" Don't get me wrong. Opening day's nice 'n' all but the overall allure of opening day might have been slightly overstated in the announcement of the Pepsi contest on baseball's Web site. "Opening day tickets for life is pretty much as good as it gets," it says there. "It really doesn't get any better than opening day tickets forever, does it?" Without dwelling on the fact that this assumes that Hugh Hefner, by purely random example, has never really learned to enjoy himself inasmuch as he currently lacks tickets for Blue Jays-Devil Rays April 4, I'm not going to dismiss this premise out of hand. Sunday night in New York, for example, Yankee Stadium will be spilling over with people, many of whom will not be able to think of anything they'd rather be doing than watching the Yanks and Red Sox signal the start of hostilities for the 2005 season.