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Extractions: The Baseball Index is a vast index to books, articles, and other sources on baseball compiled by volunteers from the Society for American Baseball Research . The complete index is available for purchase, and The Baseball Index Research Service can perform complicated searches for a nominal fee. Click here for more information. BOOK SECTIONS Billy Wagner by Epstein, Eddie; STATS, Inc. Book Section from The STATS 1995 Minor League Scouting Notebook p. 166, 1 page(s)
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Extractions: KISSIMMEE, Fla. Can we really still call him The Kid? And how about Billy? He's certainly old enough now to answer to his given name, William, and he's no kid anymore, not with a third child of his own on the way. But stick a baseball cap on Billy Wagner's head to hide a severely receding hairline, and he still looks very much like a kid. Houston made the scrawny Virginian with the whippet left arm the 12th pick overall in the 1993 draft out of tiny Ferrum College, where he struck out more batters per nine innings (19 1/3) than any other pitcher at the college level ever. Strictly on appearances, though, he didn't stand out as a major-league prospect, and he hadn't convinced himself he was, either. "Growing up, I wasn't sure I could get this far," Wagner admitted Wednesday, taking a respite on the back of a golf cart behind the Astros' plush new Kissimmee clubhouse, his face crimson from the morning's exertion and the brilliant Florida sunshine. "People always told me I was too small. But I always worked as hard as I could. I gave it everything I had."
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Extractions: BILLY WAGNER Born 7-25-1971 Bats L Throws L AGE YEAR TEAM W ... 2005 PHI-N AGE YEAR TEAM XIP ... AGE YEAR TEAM IP H ER HR BB HBP SO ERA W L SV H/9 HR/9 BB/9 SO/9 23 1995 HOU-N 1996 HOU-N 1997 HOU-N 1998 HOU-N ... 2005 PHI-N 86.3 54 21 8 22 86 2.19 6 3 34 5.6 .8 2.3 9.0 Career 715.7 434 181 62 217 20 846 2.28 55 22 261 5.5 .8 2.7 10.6 AGE YEAR TEAM G ... 2005 PHI-N AGE YEAR TEAM OUT ... AGE YEAR TEAM AB H 2B 3B HR BB HBP SO SB CS OUT RUN RBI BA OBA SA UEQR EQA EQR 24 1996 HOU-N 1997 HOU-N 1998 HOU-N 2000 HOU-N ... 2005 PHI-N YEAR TEAM POS G ... 1996 HOU-N P 37 2 3 5.8 82 -1 82 -1 -1 5 -1 1997 HOU-N P 62 2 7 1 7.4 86 -1 86 -1 -1 1 1998 HOU-N P 58 2 2 1 6.6 84 -1 -1 84 -1 -1 2 1999 HOU-N P 66 2 5 1 8.3 87 -1 -1 87 -1 -1
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Leon Wagner: Daddy Wags Defying over one hundred years of baseball tradition, Leon insisted on catching southern teammates like billy Moran and Bob Chance but wagner remained http://www.baseballhalloffame.org/library/columns/rw_050411.htm
Extractions: Leon Wagner: Daddy Wags Leon Wagner pictured with his daughter Leijuana in 1964. (Photo from the 1965 Cleveland Indians' Photo Book) Leon Lamar Wagner died on January 3 2004, at age 69 in Los Angeles. He died homeless, alone, and drug-addicted. Wagner died, admittedly, a bitter man; resentful of the way he had been treated by baseball, particularly after his playing days were over. That being said, a celebration of the playing career of the man who called himself "Daddy Wags" is nevertheless in order. As the first black hero of the embryonic Los Angeles Angels, and later a star with the Cleveland Indians, few American League sluggers were feared more than Wagner during the 1960s. In a major league career that spanned 12 seasons, Leon clubbed 211 home runs. He also exuded an infectious happy-go-lucky attitude and sense of humor that led him to be dubbed, "The Good Humor Man." This is the legacy of Wagner that should be celebrated and remembered. Leon could always hit a baseball, and hit it hard. Despite an odd batting grip, hands about six inches apart on the bat, and an even odder stance, hunched over and almost on top of the plate, he was a natural power hitter. As far back as his high school days, in the Detroit suburb of Inkster, Wagner's batting prowess raised eyebrows and attracted big-league scouts in droves. He was scouted by several clubs, eventually signing with the Giants ("I think you might have a better chance, being a colored boy, with the Giants," Wagner claims he was told by a Phillies scout). "He just walks up and whales the ball, it doesn't matter much whose pitching," enthused Giants promotion man, Gary Schumacher. For two consecutive seasons, 1955 and 1956, Daddy Wags led his minor league in both home runs and runs batted in. In '56, he narrowly missed winning a Carolina League triple crown, being edged out by .010 in the batting average race to Curt Flood.
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Extractions: G GS W L SV CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB K ERA WHIP BAA vs. Left vs. Right I have a theory here. The theory is that Alan Embree was long ago this year on the ropes due to his effectiveness, and this was during the period that Mike Myers started pitching a ton ( The rumor mill has Billy Wagner being traded. Billy Wagner has a 2.13 ERA and a 0.97 WHIP with a .199 BAA this year. That is simply mindboggling, that after all these years at his age, that he is still flatout excellent. He is a free agent as well, so we have no ties to him next year. He has talked about retiring, or playing closer to home, whatever his family wants. He could be close enough to his home to resign with Boston, or sign with the Washington Nationals to be mere minutes away. Either way, the long-term impact is not nearly as important as the impact that Wagner can make for us this year. At 6 PM today, the lefty version of Tim Redding (
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Extractions: The New York Post reported that Mariners pitcher Jamie Moyer rejected a waiver trade to the Yankees. Moyer, who has 10/5 rights, also exercised his right to veto a trade at the July 31 non-waiver trading deadline by turning down a deal to Houston. The Yankees, who have used a major league leading 13 starting pitchers this season, direly need proven starting pitchers like Moyer, who has 201 career victories. Moyer, 42, is 9-4 with a 4.29 ERA this season. The Red Sox acquired reliever Mike Remlinger, who had been designated for assignment, from the Cubs in exchange for minor league pitcher Olivo Astacio. Remlinger, a Plymouth native and Dartmouth College alum, was an All-Star for the Braves in 2002 before signing with the Cubs. Since becoming a full-time reliever in 1999, Remlinger has posted a 3.04 ERA in 447 games while holding opponents to just a .210 batting average. Though left-handed, Remlinger has had more success against right-handed batters (right-handers have hit .184 against him since 2002). This season, Remlinger has posted a 0-3 record and a 5.45 ERA.
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