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  1. Orioles Official Magazine, 1997 (Baltimore Orioles, Major League Baseball)
  2. Donruss Baseball Cards 1989 by Donruss, 1988

101. Articles - Brady Anderson
anderson attended Carlsbad High School in Carlsbad, California, where he was a star brady hit poorly in his first several seasons with Baltimore,
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Brady Kevin Anderson
(born January 18 in Silver Spring, Maryland ) was a professional baseball player for the Boston Red Sox Baltimore Orioles , and Cleveland Indians
Anderson attended Carlsbad High School in Carlsbad, California , where he was a star baseball player and won team MVP several times. After graduation, he studied economics at the University of California, Irvine . He played outfield and first base for the college team and graduated in
Anderson was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 10th round of the 1985 amateur draft and made his Major League debut on April 4 Baltimore Orioles with Curt Schilling for Mike Boddicker on July 29 . Brady hit poorly in his first several seasons with Baltimore, neither hitting for average nor power.
Anderson proved himself a capable lead-off man in the season, scoring 100 runs, hitting 21 homers, driving in 80 runs, stealing 53 bases, and making the all star team, but it was his season that turned heads. Despite a combined 72 home runs in his first seven Major League seasons, Brady Anderson went into the final game with 49 home runs and second in the league to super slugger Mark McGwire . Anderson hit his 50th home run early in the game off Cy Young winner Pat Hentgen season remains one of the most impressive, and surprising, accomplishments in baseball history.

102. Syntax Of Things: Brady Anderson, Steroids? Nah
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Jim Palmer seems to think Brady Anderson was juicing in 1996 when the sideburned one hit 50 home runs. "I like Brady, and it doesn't mean he's a bad guy because he took steroids," Palmer said in the interview, which was taped Saturday. "But I'm sure he wanted to enhance his performance." (

103. Baseball Continues Losing Streak - The Current - Sports
baseball continues losing streak, , The Current, a newspaper of University of This marks the first time under coach brady s tenure that the team has
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By Dave Seckman Published: Monday, April 18, 2005 Media Credit: Tenaz Shirazian Tom Anderson takes a swing on Saturday afternoon, as the UM-St. Louis baseball team played Northern Kentucky University. After what began as a very promising start to this season for the baseball team, they have now lost an unbearable 14 of their last 16 games. This marks the first time under coach Brady's tenure that the team has unraveled so quickly. This past weekend only added salt to the wound as the team lost four games in a row to conference rivals Northern Kentucky, a team which has never beaten the Rivermen in four straight until now. In the opening game of the four-game weekend, Northern Kentucky got on the board early and often as they scored two runs in the third and one in the fifth for a quick 3-0 lead. After two more runs in the top of the sixth for the Norse, the Rivermen finally got on the board when Josh Morgan of the Rivermen had an RBI triple and Tom Anderson followed that effort with a home run to left field putting the score at 5-3 going into the seventh. Northern Kentucky would not succumb to the rally, as they would put up a rally of their own for three insurance runs in the top of the seventh for the 8-3 win.

104. SportsFilter | "I Like Brady, And It Doesn't Mean He's A Bad Guy Because He Took
And looking at brady s stats, the most glaring of all to me is that he is 40 If a fluke power year is an indicator of steroid use, a lot of baseball
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"I like Brady, and it doesn't mean he's a bad guy because he took steroids." : HOF pitcher Jim Palmer chats it up with a Baltimore radio station over the weekend, and indicates Brady Anderson had been using steroids and 'cited how Anderson hadn't previously come close to that total and how his production dropped in subsequent years while he dealt with various injuries.' Palmer later downplayed his claims when asked to clarify his statements by the Baltimore Sun.
posted by jerseygirl to Baseball at 12:39 PM CST (10 comments total) MLB better do something soon, because the press doesn't seem to have any shortage of quotes even after Selig imposed the gag order.
And looking at Brady's stats , the most glaring of all to me is that he is 40 years old now!
posted by usfbull at 12:55 PM CST on March 16 "I don't know how he hit 29 more homers that year," said Palmer, an Orioles television announcer. "And he hit 31 more on the road that year, so it's not like he took advantage of Camden Yards."
I would think Palmer must have thought about this a little, unless he knew off the top of his head the home/road split on Anderson's HR total that year.

105. BeeHive Baseball99 Pool Standings
11, 409, brady anderson, Orioles, 150, 159, 24, 109, 81, 36, 35. 12, 416,Omar Vizquel, Indians, 144, 191, 5, 112, 66, 42, 46
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It's official. Mark Zanna, despite not having a team nickname, takes home the Rogue Puck (TM) . Check the Past beeHive Pool Winners Wall of Fame Here's some humble words from a winner: All I can say is that after being a compulsive trader in earlier pools I took the advice of my good (and wise) friend, Bryan Smale, and simply picked a team, 'stood pat,' and let the 'chips fall.' Thanks Bryan! Mark Zanna, October 1999
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    Jodi "500 up" Cryderman - 13:09:23 September 21, 1999
  • Look at me, I'm number three! Okay, all I'm saying is that at the beginning of the season I didn't even know how many innings there were in a game.
    Jodi "500 up" Cryderman - 16:57:13 September 19, 1999
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    Dave "They play that sport in summer, don't they" Brandow - 09:16:09 June 14, 1999
  • Just think how well I'd be doing if I'd noticed earlier that Bonds was injured.
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