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Extractions: Red Sox Patriots Celtics Bruins ... Red Sox October 20, 2004 NEW YORK Seventy-eight years, it has been, since the last time the Yankees lost the final two games of a best-of-seven series at home. Seventy-eight years since Grover Cleveland Alexander came out of the bullpen to whiff Tony Lazzeri, since Babe Ruth was thrown out trying to steal second, and the Cardinals won the World Series. ADVERTISEMENT But unless the beleaguered Bombers can win tonight's American League Championship Series finale at the Stadium, they'll become the first ball club ever to blow a 3-0 lead and go down as the biggest chokers in the history of organized baseball. "Here we go again," said captain Derek Jeter, after the back-from-the-dead Red Sox beat them, 4-2, to even the series at three games apiece. "All we can do is forget about this one and come back tomorrow." On Saturday night, Jeter and his pinstriped playmates were riding high after a ludicrous 19-8 victory that left all of New England wringing its hands. Last night, they were beaten by a 37-year-old pitcher on one leg and a No. 9 hitter who hit a three-run homer to the opposite field that bounced off a fan and back onto the field. Ask not for whom the Bell(horn) tolls . . .
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Extractions: By John L. Nunes There is a lot of talk about heroes lately. Deservedly so. As author Bernard Malamud wrote in his novel The Natural , when we are without heroes, we "don't know how far we can go." As a San Diegan and former journalist, I was fortunate to meet Tony on two occasions: First, early in his major league career and then about fifteen years later, near the end of that career. During this span, in which he achieved legendary status, Gwynn remained the same approachable nice guy. In the so-called small-market baseball city of San Diego, where the eight-time batting champ toiled as a Padre for his entire major league career, forty-one-year-old Anthony Keith Gwynn is so loved that he could be elected mayor by simply stepping up to the plate. Tony, any chance you will run for political office? "Not a chance," he recently told the San Diego Union-Tribune . "I curse too much, and I'm too honest." As sports fans know, Tony Gwynn retired this past season from playing professional ball. Like Cal Ripken Jr., Tony announced plans to leave The Show about halfway through the 2001 season. To its credit, the baseball world seized the opportunity to pay tribute to these extraordinary athletes as they competed for their final time in major league parks across the country.
Extractions: Former Trenton players who have made it to the big leagues Player Position Comments Cho, Jin Ho RHP AAA-Pawtucket Clark, Tony Detroit Tigers All-Star Edmondson,Brian RHP Florida Marlins Garciaparra, Nomar SS Boston Red Sox All-Star Liniak, Cole Traded to Cubs for Rod Beck Mahay, Ron LHP Oakland As McGuire, Ryan Montreal Expos Merloni, Lou INF Played with Red Sox, signed with Japan team Munro, Peter RHP Toronto Blue Jays Nixon, Trot OF Boston Red Sox Pavano, Carl RHP Traded to Expos in part of the Pedro Martinez deal Ramsay, Robert LHP Traded to Seattle Mariners for Butch Huskey Rose, Brian RHP Boston Red Sox Sadler, Donnie INF Boston Red Sox Suppan, Jeff RHP Kansas City Royals Veras, Wilton Boston Red Sox Back to the Trenton Thunder Web Site
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Extractions: Baseball Awards A year-by-year look at who should have won the MVP, Cy Young, and Rookie awards in the major leagues. Login Console email password create free account September 2005 S M T W T F S Mailing List Keep my email private Baseball Links Baseball Blogs Baseball Musings Baseball Reference, the best fre Cincinnati Reds Blog ... The Baseball Clubhouse (forums a Sponsors Baseball Playoff Tickets Buy World Series Tickets Find Pro Sports Tickets MLB All-Star Game Tickets ... MLB Baseball Tickets Monday, 12 September 2005 2002 National League The Giants rode Barry Bonds' broad back to 95 wins, a Wild Card playoff berth, and the NL pennant.Â Arizona won 98 to take the West, St. Louis 97 to win the Central, and Atlanta led the league with 101 victories in winning the East.Â Los Angeles was the other strong team, with 92 victories.Â On the flip side, Milwaukee lost 106, San Diego 96, and Chicago 95. Barry Bonds won the MVP, the batting title, led in walks, on-base (a ridiculous .582), slugging and OPS, and runs created.Â Sammy Sosa led in homers and runs, Lance Berkman in RBI, Vlad Guerrero in hits, Bobby Abreu in doubles, and Luis Castillo in steals.Â Randy Johnson won the pitching Triple Crown with leads in wins, ERA and strikeouts, and won the Cy Young.Â John Smoltz led in saves. Win Shares leaders, players; Barry Bonds (San Francisco) 49, Brian Giles (Pittsburgh) and Albert Pujols (St. Louis) 32, Chipper Jones (Atlanta) and Ryan Klesko (San Diego) 31, Lance Berkman (Houston) and Shawn Green (Los Angeles) 30, Jose Vidro (Montreal), Bobby Abreu (Philadelphia), Jim Edmonds (St. Louis) and Jeff Kent (San Francisco) 29, Andruw Jones (Atlanta) and Scott Rolen (Philadelphia/St. Louis) 28, Sammy Sosa (Chicago) and Todd Helton (Colorado) 27, Luis Gonzalez (Arizona), Gary Sheffield (Atlanta), Larry Walker (Colorado) and Edgar Renteria (St. Louis) 26, Pat Burrell (Philadelphia) 25.
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Extractions: ESPN will start a series of Monday night baseball broadcasts and gain greater flexibility to move games to Sunday nights under a new eight-year contract worth $2.368 billion. The agreement announced Wednesday, which runs through 2013, allows the network to have a team appear on its exclusive Sunday night games up to five times per season, up from 11 over a three-season span under the six-year contract that is expiring.
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Extractions: @import url("http://www.blogger.com/css/blog_controls.css"); @import url("http://www.blogger.com/dyn-css/authorization.css?blogID=5231829"); @import url(http://www.blogger.com/css/navbar/main.css); @import url(http://www.blogger.com/css/navbar/1.css); BlogThis! Two avid baseball fans torture themselves by following their favorite major league squads. Follow along as the Red Sox and Mets inflict pain and suffering on a daily basis. Provoked Off-Day Rant I see my friend has referenced Tony Clark in his latest post. Tony Clark, who was an All-Star firstbaseman for the Detroit Tigers before being released prior to the 2002 season. Tony Clark, who was picked up by the Red Sox shortly thereafter and gave me (and many others) great hope for some serious offense out of the 5th spot in the batting order. Tony Clark, who averaged 28 homeruns and 93 RBI in his five previous full seasons in the majors. Tony Clark, in whom I was so confident that I bet my friend Mr. Lester that the big first-sacker would blast 30 homers and drive in 100 runs in 2002. Tony Clark, who left Boston with his tail between his legs after hitting .207 with 3 HOMERUNS AND 29 FREAKING RUNS BATTED IN in 90 games, and - more than any single offensive player - signified the tepid, indifferent, distracted nature of the 2002 Boston Red Sox. Enjoy TC, my friend, may he bring you as many bright moments as he brought me last year. In other words, take a picture, because you won't see yesterday repeated very often.
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