New Blood randy tate was the hardest working, most articulate, quickest learning He said, Today s announcement is like a baseball team that just lost Cal Ripken http://www.scpronet.com/point/9707/p05.html
Extractions: to replace Pat Robertson and Ralph Reed A s right-wing watchers know by now, the Christian Coalition recently announced its new management team. By the time Pat Robertson held his press conference last month, the news had already leaked that Ralph Reed's replacement would be Randy Tate, a former member of Congress from Washington state. An Associated Press story ran on Tate's appointment the night before that was carried in many newspapers around the nation. But again displaying the Christian Coalition's media mastery, Robertson stepped to the microphone with one further piece of news, that he was stepping down as president of the group to become the Chairman of the Board, and that Don Hodel, former Secretary of Interior and Secretary of Energy in the Reagan Administration, would take over as president. The result of the choreographed leak, two-step announcement was a second newspaper story on the Christian Coalition's leadership change in newspapers around the nation. If Don Hodel's presence gets the
Jason Tate's Web Page but mostly because I forgot to start randy Johnson on the day he pitched a As some of you may or may not know, High Heat is a baseball computer game http://web.bentley.edu/students/t/tate_jaso/
Extractions: - Tao Teachings Hey all, for the few of you who have any interest in baseball, or for that matter, fantasy baseball, I suppose I could entertain you a bit on my recent season. Starting off with the league that I was the commissioner of, I didn't pay any attention to my team because it was terrible. Quickly moving on to my other team, I'd like to point out that I had one of the strongest teams in the league, but failed to make the World Series partly because of a tough schedule, but mostly because I forgot to start Randy Johnson on the day he pitched a one-hitter. Despite 17 of my 20 picks being absolute busts (to give you an idea, think Billy Koch in the 11th round), I was able to recover through a few key trades that I was able to make. The most notable being: I Give Roy Oswalt, Ugueth Urbina, Larry Walker, and Magglio Ordonez
Page Requested Currently Unavailable baseball links for stats, news, equipment, fantasy games, trivia, cards. tate randy (2). Tatis Fernando (2). Thomas Frank (2). Thompson Justin (2) http://www.aaronslinks.com/baseball/Players/T/
1995/1996 Free Agents - The Baseball Archive Ruben Rivera/ Yankees tate Seefried/ Yankees Mike Stanley/ Red Sox Daryl Brien Taylor/ Yankees Jamie Torres/ Yankees randy Velarde/ Angels Kent http://www.baseball1.com/bb-data/96fa.html
Extractions: 1995/1996 Free Agents BALTIMORE ORIOLES FREE AGENT/SIGNED WITH Harold Baines/ White Sox Bret Barberie/ Cubs Kimera Bartee/ Tigers Kevin Bass/ unsigned Juan Bautista/ Orioles Armando Benitez/ Orioles Greg Blosser/ Orioles Jarvis Brown/ Orioles Kevin Brown/ Marlins Rocky Coppinger/ Orioles Jim Dedrick/ Orioles Mark Eichorn/ Angels Scott Erickson/ Orioles Don Florence/ Orioles Jimmy Foster/ Orioles Leo Gomez/ Cubs Keith Gordon/ Orioles Kris Gresham/ Orioles Doug Jones/ Cubs Joe Hall/ Orioles Mike Hartley/ released Jeff Huson/ Orioles Calvin Maduro/ Orioles Jeff Manto/ Japan Ben Mcdonald/ Brewers Alan Mills/ Orioles Jamie Moyer/ Red Sox Jimmy Nyers/ Orioles William Percibal/ Orioles Alan Rhodes/ Orioles Rod Robertson/ released Brian Sackinsky/ Orioles Keith Shepherd/ Orioles Brad Tyler/ Orioles B.J. Waszgis/ Orioles Mark Williamson/ released Greg Zaun/ Orioles BOSTON RED SOX FREE AGENT/SIGNED WITH Rick Aguilera/ Twins Luis Alicea/ Cardinals Stan Belinda/ Red Sox Esteban Beltre/ Red Sox Rich Betti/ Red Sox Jose Canseco/ Red Sox Brent Cookson/ Red Sox Rheal Cormier/ Expos Bryan Eversgerd/ Red Sox Erik Hanson/ Blue Jays Scott Hatteberg/ Red Sox Jeremy Hernandez/ Red Sox Rick Holifield/ Red Sox Dave Hollins/ Twins Joe Hudson/ Red Sox Mike Ignasiak/ unsigned Mike Macfarlane/ Royals Mike Maddux/ Red Sox Willie McGee/ Cardinals Jose Malave/ Red Sox Kevin Mitchell/ Red Sox Matt Murray/ Red Sox Troy O'Leary/ Red Sox Rafael Orellano/ Red Sox Zane Smith/ Pirates Mike Stanton/ Red Sox Jeff Suppan/ Red Sox John Valentin/ arbitration Mo Vaughn/ Red Sox Tim Wakefield/ Red Sox
Baseball Fever - Whose Law Firm? baseball Fever is a baseball discussion forum made for serious baseball fans,historians, Advertising pitchmen could be (Don) McMahon (randy) tate. http://baseball-fever.com/archive/index.php/t-1320.html
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MBTN: 41-50 The Mets, and perhaps all of baseball, will never have another like Tom Seaver . Others Nino Espinosa (1974); randy tate (1975); Juan Berenguer (1978); http://www.mbtn.net/41-50.htm
Extractions: The Mets, and perhaps all of baseball, will never have another like Tom Seaver. Simply rattling off his Mets stats doesn't properly do justice, but here goes: 198-124, 2.57, 3,045 IP, 401 games, 395 starts, 171 complete games, 44 shutouts, 2,541 strikeouts. All lead the Mets all-time lists, and probably won't ever be seriously challenged. More importantly, Seaver (1967-77, 83) brought the Mets credibility, which as history has proven, isn't easy to come by in Flushing. They hardly deserve mention, but pitchers Clem Labine Grover Powell Jim Bethke (1965) and Gordon Richardson (1965-66) warmed up 41 for Tom. They combined for a 5-5 lifetime record. Major League Baseball in 1997 officially retired 42 from every team in honor of groundbreaking Brooklyn Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson. While no 42s in Mets history approached that category, clownish righthander Roger McDowell (above, 1985-89) will be remembered by Mets fans for his contributions, including 12 wins in relief in 1986. With a 9-4, 2.74 out-of-the-bullpen performance in 1969, Ron Taylor (1967-71) played a role similar to McDowell's for the 1969 World Champions.
Baseball Players, Last Name Beginning With T Stu tate; Stu tate_Rookie 1990 Fleer 643 Major League Prospects with GragSmith $0.20 randy Tomlin; randy Tomlin_ ODD_1991 Topps Micro 167 $0.40 http://members.tripod.com/huntingtoncards/t-baseball.htm
Extractions: setAdGroup('220.127.116.11'); var cm_role = "live" var cm_host = "tripod.lycos.com" var cm_taxid = "/memberembedded" Search: Lycos Tripod Dukes of Hazzard Share This Page Report Abuse Edit your Site ... Next Huntington Cards Baseball Players, Last Name Beginning with T All items are NrMt unless otherwise noted. Jeff Tabaka Jeff Tabaka ODD 1993 Topps Micro #586 [$0.40] Pat Tabler Pat Tabler ODD 1984 Topps Sticker #252 [$0.40] Pat Tabler ODD 1991 Topps Micro #433 [$0.40] Pat Tabler ODD 1992 Topps Micro #333 (2) [$0.40] Jeff Tackett Jeff Tackett ODD 1993 Topps Micro #6 [$0.40] William Howard Taft Threw out the first ball, opening day 1910 William Howard Taft ODD 1990 Baseball Wit, unnumbered 1st printing, limited edition [$0.75] Bob Talbot Bob Talbot ODD 1994 Topps Archive '54 #229 [$0.40] Frank Tanana 3 Time All-Star Frank Tanana Pre '80 1978 Sportscaster 25-18 "Irreverent Angel" almost invisible scuff marks [$3.00] other Sportscasters Frank Tanana Pre '80 1978 Topps #207 ERA Leaders with J.Candelaria ExMt [$0.30] Frank Tanana 1984 Topps #479 [$0.20]
Extractions: All-Time Year-by-Year Records Year Coach Record Pct. Notes Chuck Goldfarb Southern Division of SSC Champion Joe Ambersley Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner NAIA SE Region Independent Champion Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner Jim Spooner GSC East Tournament 24 Yrs 3 Coaches 3 Southern States Championships
UWF Baseball All-Time Roster randy Grant (199495) Bobby Greenwood (1982-83) Jay Grevers (1998) Kenny tate (2000-01) Adam Taylor (1997-98) Jimmy Thompson (2002-03) http://uwf.edu/athletics/baseball/bsatroster.htm
Extractions: The LogoArt® Collection is the most elegant and broadest line of logo jewelry available. Anderson Jewelry produces jewelry utilizing the prominent logos of colleges, sports teams and corporations. The designs are made as pendants, lapel pins, tie tacks, earrings, money clips, key chains, key rings, and signet rings. They use expensive metal molds and injected plastic patterns to give them repeatable and highly detailed castings. Then, each piece is hand filed and polished to give it a handsome finish. Product is approximately 5/8in x 5/8in x .04in MLB Home MLB Player Info ... MLB Post Seasons Main A B C ... Memorabilia
Baseball Record Book UWStout baseball Record Book randy Schultz, 342, 1979-82. James Foreman,338, 2002-04 tate Cummins, 44, 1997-99. Brad O Connell, 43, 1998-2001 http://www.uwstout.edu/athletics/baseball/mbsbrecords.html
Extractions: Back to Top Most Times at Bat (Min of 130) Name No. Year Jeff Kloes Kevin Weaver Clark Bobert Nick Ghelfi Tim Buswell JW Dachel Brad O'Connell Duane Ruff Nick Kalina James Foreman Greg Meinertz Greg Meinertz Scott Aschenbrenner Tom Armstrong Justin Biever Jeff Kloes Troy Gustafson Ryan Hanson Matt Anderson Mike Niemczyk Tate Cummins Most Runs Scored (Min of 35) Name No. Year Clark Bobert Brad O'Connell Brad O'Connell Andy Koehler JR Dachel Dave Rueber Jay Thompson Tom Armstrong Tom Armstrong Jeff Kloes Matt Anderson Dave Rueber J.R. Dachel Bob Effinger Tim Buswell Greg Osowski Greg Osowski Tim Buswell Most Hits (Min of 50) Name No. Year Jeff Kloes Brad O'Connell Brad O'Connell Jay Thompson James Foreman Matt Anderson Chris Larson Kevin Weaver Greg Meinertz Dave Rueber Tim Buswell Joe Vavra Troy Gustafson Ryan Hanson Greg Meinertz Clark Bobert Karl Drezek Nick Ghelfi Joe Vavra Justin Biever Most Doubles (Min of 10) Name No.
Sports Clubs baseball, CAI TEE Ball /Instructional baseball, Greendale Park tate Street sites,Ages 58 Grades 6-9, randy Snodgrass, (812)-539-4121 http://www.dearborncounty.org/sportsclub1.html
Extractions: SPORT or CLUB NAME LOCATION AGES CONTACT TEL. BASEBALL Aurora Instructional League Aurora Middle School fields , Aurora Ages 7-8 Doug Hueseman BASEBALL Aurora Little League Aurora Little League Park, near Aurora Elem. School Ages 9-12 Manfred Haring BASEBALL CAI TEE Ball /Instructional Baseball Ages 5-8 Community Activities, Inc. BASEBALL Dillsboro Summer Ball Program Community Park field Andy Hummel BASEBALL East Central Summer Recreation ECHS athletic fields Babe Ruth, intermediate Norb Goesling BASEBALL Lawrenceburg American Legion Post 239 LHS varsity field high school Mark Knigga BASEBALL Lawrenceburg Babe Ruth League Babe Ruth city Park, Tate St. complex high school Terry Walters BASEBALL Lawrenceburg Lions Little League Todd-Creech Memorial Park Ages 9-12 Bob Acra BASEBALL Manchester Athletic Association Manchester School athletic field and Manchester community fields Little League girls softball tee ball Gary Louden BASEBALL Moores Hill Summer Recreation League Moores Hill School athletic field.
Super70s.com 1976 OPC Baseball 549 randy tate 550 Hank Aaron 551 Jerry DaVanon 552 Terry Humphrey 553 randy Moffitt What are your memories of the 1976 OPC baseball cards? http://www.super70s.com/Super70s/Sports/Memorabilia/Cards/Baseball/1976/OPC_Chec
1976 O-Pee-Chee (OPC) Baseball Cards 1976 OPee-Chee (OPC) Vintage baseball Cards checklist and price guide. 1976 OPC 549 randy tate (Mets) (NM to EX+), $ 1.49 http://www.baseball-cards.com/vintage/1976-opc.htm
Extractions: Do you want to save money on your order ? - Click here Click to select a different Vintage Baseball Cards set or Sport or SEARCH inventory for: NOTE: Click for larger image (stretch window to enlarge card) - Close image window to return to this page. BUY IMAGE ... ITEM ... ...PRICE... 1976 OPC # 1 Hank Aaron 'Record Breaker' (Brewers) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 2 Bobby Bonds 'Record Breaker' (Yankees) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 3 Mickey Lolich 'Record Breaker' (Tigers) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 4 Dave Lopes 'Record Breaker' (Dodgers) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 5 Tom Seaver 'Record Breaker' (Mets) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 6 Rennie Stennett 'Record Breaker' (Pirates) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 7 Jim Umbarger (Rangers) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 8 Tito Fuentes (Padres) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 9 Paul Lindblad (A's) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 10 Lou Brock (Cardinals) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 11 Jim Hughes (Twins) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 12 Richie Zisk (Pirates) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 13 Johnny Wockenfuss (Tigers) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 14 Gene Garber (Phillies) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 15 George Scott (Brewers) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 16 Bob Apodaca (Mets) (NM to EX+) 1976 OPC # 17 Yankees TEAM card, Mgr. Billy Martin
Extractions: 1973-1976 NL Player List This is the player list used for the 1998 winter game. The game begining in December of 1999 will use players from the year's 1977-80. Those player lists will be available by October 10th. Go to instructions on downloading this list if you have problems. Scoresheet Home Winter Baseball Introductory Brochure Scoresheet Fantasy Winter NL Baseball 2-Stage Draft Players of the Past Scoresheet Baseball Order Form ... Hitting and Pitching Stats Pitchers Pitchers 1973 IP ERA 1974 IP ERA 1975 IP ERA 1976 IP ERA 1 Phil Niekro R 245 3.31 302 2.38 276 3.20 271 3.29 2 Steve Carlton L 293 3.90 291 3.22 255 3.56 253 3.13 3 Tom Seaver R 290 2.08 236 3.20 280 2.38 271 2.59 4 Andy Messersmith R 250 2.70 292 2.59 322 2.29 207 3.04 5 Don Sutton R 256 2.42 276 3.23 254 2.87 268 3.06 6 Jerry Koosman L 263 2.84 265 3.36 240 3.42 247 2.69 7 Jon Matlack L 242 3.20 265 2.41 229 3.38 262 2.95
Extractions: All-Century Baseball Team To Be Honored A total of 61 players and coaches make the list. April 16, 2001 SEATTLE - The 61 individuals that have been named to the Husky Baseball All-Century Team will be honored at a banquet this Saturday, April 21, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the Founders Club at Bank of America Arena. The team, which includes 58 players and three coaches from the first 100 years of University of Washington baseball, was selected via input from fans, former players and former and current coaches. Included on the team are nine individual members of the Husky Hall of Fame, as well as five players that were inducted as part of the 1959 team. The list also includes eight Huskies that went on to play in the major leagues, dating back to Royal Shaw, who played briefly with the 1908 Pittsburgh Pirates. Sammy White, who spent most of the 1950s as the Red Sox starting catcher, and longtime Seattle Mariner Mike Blowers are also included.