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81. Diamond Mind Baseball
baseball Articles 1999 PostSeason Reviews gregg olson, closer, age 32.Tm ERA G GS W L S INN H HR BB K AVG OPS Projection Ari 3.59 70 0 3 6 30 73 72
Baseball Articles 1999 Post-Season Reviews
1999 Post-Season Review Arizona Diamondbacks
Written by Sherri Nichols
Edited by Tom Tippett
December 3, 1999
Capsule Summary
Projected Actual Runs for 749 908 Runs allowed 734 696 Run margin +15 +212 Wins 83 100 Pythagorean Wins 83 104 Placement 3rd 1st A busy off-season brought some much-needed help to the pitching staff and the offense, and some key regulars came through with career years. Now, the challenge is, can Arizona do it again? The problem with building a playoff team out of an expansion team this quickly is that you have to do it with older players; your farm system hasn't been around long enough to start producing sufficient major-league talent, and the players you can pick up via free-agency or trade are 30+ veterans with big price tags. You can get to the playoffs in a hurry, if you can stay healthy, but those 30something players are more likely to get hurt, and are on the downside of their careers. Arizona's 30somethings did stay healthy last year, and they did produce several career years, and Arizona blew away their projections. I wouldn't bet on it all happening again next year.

82. Diamond Mind Baseball
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1996 Multi-team Players
The following reports list all players who appeared on more than one team in 1996, though not necessarily in the order they appeared on those teams. Batters on more than one team in 1996: Pitchers on more than one team in 1996:

83. Baltimore Orioles History - Major League Baseball Tickets
Baltimore Orioles (major leagues), professional baseball team and one of fiveteams in the Eddie Murray (1977), Cal Ripken (1982), gregg olson (1989)
HOME TICKETS SCHEDULE PLAYERS ... TEAM HISTORY Baltimore Orioles Baseball History Baltimore Orioles (major leagues), professional baseball team and one of five teams in the East Division of the American League (AL). Starting out as the St. Louis Browns, the franchise moved to Baltimore at the end of the 1953 season and was renamed the Baltimore Orioles after the black-and-orange birds of that name. The team plays at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, and wears uniforms of white, orange, and black.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore Oriole Park, where the Baltimore Orioles baseball team plays, was built between 1989 and 1992. It was designed like traditional American ballparks, which feature natural grass and allow spectators to sit close to the field. Oriole Park inspired the construction of similar baseball fields in Denver, Cleveland, and Arlington (Texas) during the 1990s.
The Orioles enjoyed their finest stretch from 1964 to 1983, a 20-season span during which they won seven division titles, six pennants, and three World Series championships. Baltimore’s lineups during this period included shortstops Mark Belanger and Cal Ripken, Jr., first basemen Eddie Murray and Boog Powell, pitcher Jim Palmer, third baseman Brooks Robinson, and outfielders Paul Blair and Frank Robinson. During his 17 seasons with the club, Earl Weaver, a two-time AL manager of the year, became one of the most admired managers in AL history for his ability to develop players and build winning teams.

gregg olson won the honor of the 1989 American League `Rookie of the Year, by the From May 26 through August 31, this young, improving baseball team,

85. / Sports / Baseball / MLB
Mailing Stadium Address Baltimore Orioles baseball Club, Inc. Oriole Park Eddie Murray 1982 Cal Ripken Jr. 1989 - gregg olson Yearly Records Reg.

86. Colorado Rockies, Major League Baseball, Los Angeles Angels - CBS
RBI Tim olson (1), Cory Sullivan (1), Jeff Salazar 2 (2), Jorge Piedra 2 (3), Batters Faced - Kevin gregg 7, Eric Cyr 4, Chris Bootcheck 6,
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TEMPE, Ariz. Jason Jennings proved that he isn't going to let being passed over as Colorado's opening day starter bother him. Jennings pitched two hitless innings in his first start of the spring, and the Rockies beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-6 Saturday. "I'm professional enough to put that beside us," Jennings said of manager Clint Hurdle's decision to give Joe Kennedy the first start. "I'm working on me, getting ready for that second game." He added: "You can't get much out of two innings, but I got through a pretty tough lineup and I was happy to go against a tough lineup because it helps break the ice a little bit more." Jeff Salazar's two-run single off Joel Peralta highlighted a five-run Colorado ninth. Angels newcomers Juan Rivera hit his first homer of the spring, Orlando Cabrera drove in three runs with a bases-loaded double and Steve Finley had two hits and a walk.

87. Gregg Olson And Stats, Statistics, Player News, Fantasy Baseball News - RotoWire
University of the Pacific Tigers baseball Official Athletic Site1.0 0 2 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 6 0 3 29 Reynolds, gregg .. 1.0 2 1 1 0 0 0 01 0 4 6 2 1 21 WP - olson(7); Massetti, L.(3); Schultz, B.(3).

88. SDCards - Baltimore Orioles Baseball Cards
1 46 Donruss baseball 1989 Regular gregg olson 2 96 Donruss baseball 1989 baseball 1990 Regular gregg olson 1 623 Upper Deck baseball 1990 Regular
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For individual player lists email your request to List updated January 11, 2000 Team - Player Singles Qty Number Full Name Name Qty Pre Card# SetName Name 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Mike Mussina 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Albert Belle 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Cal Ripken Jr. 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Calvin Pickering 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Jayson Werth 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Cal Ripken Jr. 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Juan Guzman 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Darnell McDonald 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Ntema Ndungidi 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Gabe Molina 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Calvin Pickering 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Albert Belle 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Will Clark 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Ryan Minor 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Tim Jr. Raines 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Mike Paradis 1999 Bowman International (Baseball) Scott Erickson 1999 Bowman International (Baseball) Mike Mussina 1999 Bowman International (Baseball) Darnell McDonald 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Scott Erickson 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Juan Guzman 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Darnell McDonald 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Calvin Pickering 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Jerry Hairston, Jr.

89. Major League Baseball Players Association News
You were the third highest (behind Frank Thomas and former reliever gregg olson)baseball player ever drafted out of Auburn. Did you feel a lot pressure to

90. Blogs: Baseball
gregg s baseball, etc. Red Sox, baseball, and the Rest of it Drew olson,who covers the Milwaukee Brewers for the Journal Sentinel, provides his
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This is a site started on August 1st, 2003 to express our views about baseball and possibly other sports.

Jeremy Heit's Blog
Ramblings about sports mostly focused on baseball and in particular, the Mets.

K-O-M League Flash Report
Mickey Mantle's old league; memories of defunct league

Ivy Chat Chicago Cubs and other rants View Misery Loves Company Two avid baseball fans follow their favorite major league squads throughout the 2003 season. Follow along as the Red Sox and Mets inflict pain and suffering on a daily basis. View The Baseball Boys Analysis of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Minnesota Twins View Tigerblog News and Commentary on the Detroit Tigers View Cat's House of Baseball Rants The Brewers, Entertainment and everything in between.

91. Baseball Fever - All-time Baltimore Orioles Team
baseball Fever is a baseball discussion forum made for serious baseball fans, RP Tippy Martinez, gregg olson, Dick Hall, Eddie Watt, Stu Miller.
Baseball Fever American League Baltimore Orioles PDA View Full Version : All-time Baltimore Orioles team 03-10-2005, 08:20 PM What's your all-time Baltimore Orioles team? You can choose who you think were the best O's players in their time. You can only choose O's players from the beginning in 1954-present.
1B:Eddie Murray
2B:B.J. Surhoff
3B:Brooks Robinson (RBI driver in 2 seasons)
SS:Cal Ripken,Jr. (most consecutive games played, he's on for sure)
C:Rick Dempsey
LF:Al Bumbry
CF:Paul Blair (decent hitter for 6 seasons, good fielder)
RF:Joe Orsulak (decent fielding plus hitting %)
Util:Boog Powell (OF) (helpful pinch hitter if RBI's are needed)
Don Buford (OF) (Pinch hitter #2) Jefferey Hammonds (OF/IF) Merv Rattenmund (OF) SP:Steve Barber Jim Palmer Mike Mussina Tom Phoebus (decent enough ERA and some shutouts) Milt Pappas RP/CP:Tippy Martinez Mike Boddicker (barely misses the starting rotation) Stu Miller Mike Cuellar (also barely misses the starting rotation) Eddie Watt Manager:Earl Weaver The Commissioner 03-10-2005, 08:28 PM

92. Gregg Olson |
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RHP 1988- Orioles , Braves, Indians, Royals, Tigers, Astros, Twins, Diamondbacks, Dodgers Gregg Olson's Teams 1988 Baltimore Orioles 1989 Baltimore Orioles 1990 Baltimore Orioles 1991 Baltimore Orioles 1992 Baltimore Orioles 1993 Baltimore Orioles 1994 Atlanta Braves 1995 Cleveland Indians 1995 Kansas City Royals 1996 Houston Astros 1996 Detroit Tigers 1997 Kansas City Royals 1997 Minnesota Twins 1998 Arizona Diamondbacks 1999 Arizona Diamondbacks 2000 Los Angeles Dodgers 2001 Los Angeles Dodgers Gregg Olson's Teammates
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93. Gregg Olson Player Card
Proper Name gregg William olson. Born October 11, 1966. Scribner, NE. Height 64 gregg olson has not been involved in any transactions this season.

94. Welcome To Southland Baseball
Southland baseball/Showcase News and Notes Team Semifinalist Kurt Olsen,gregg Davidson, Chris Miller, Matt Luzar, Patrick Murray, Nick Platz,
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Connie Mack Schedule is updated (.pdf) Showcase Results are updated (.pdf) Jermaine Curtis - AB Miller - officially signs letter of intent with UCLA 4/15 - From Top Prospect Matt Daly - RHP Esperanza HS:
Point Loma Showcase; what a positive experience and what a fantastic setting. The showcase allowed me to compete against some of the best players in So. Cal. in front of both College and Pro Scouts. As a direct result from this showcase, I received scholarship offers and came away with some new friendships. To see a complete list of players who have committed from our showcase click here!

95. Ray Chapman | The BASEBALL Page
The baseball Page has original baseball commentary, with a perspective on Chapman starred for the Indians until his death in 1920, but olson and
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Ray Chapman is the only player to die due to injuries suffered in a major league game. On August 16, 1920, he was struck in the head by a Carl Mays pitch and died the next day in his hospital bed. Chapman was an excellent shortstop, leading the American League in putouts three times and assists once. He hit .300 three times and led the league in runs scored and walks in 1917. His death was one of the reasons the spitball was outlawed.
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Cleveland Indians (1912-1920)
World Champion? No, but the 1920 Indians went on to win the title the year Chapman was killed. Ultimate Games None Stats Career stats from Similar Players Dickie Thon Players Linked Carl Mays, Joe Sewell Position Shortstop Major League Debut: August 30, 1912

96. Golden Baseball League
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98. Mike's Baseball Rants: "Welcome To The Hall's Of
Lyle 238 Hoyt Wilhelm 227+ Jose Mesa 225* Gene Garber 218 gregg Olson217* Here’s what Bill James had to say in The baseball Book 1991 about , part of the most valuable network , presents:
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March 23, 2003
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To Come: Final analysis-best reliever of all time and greatest bullpen of all time. The 1990s and 2000s Moby Dick-Or the Whale In the Nineties: The 50-save reliever was born and born again. In 1990, Bobby Thigpen set the one-year record of 57 saves that still stands today. Two years later Dennis Eckersley became the second to reach 50. Reaching 50 saves in a season has now been done eight times and five times since the last round of expansion in 1998. In 1993, Lee Smith became the first pitcher to surpass 400 saves in his career. Smith ended his career with 478 saves in total. John Franco joined Smith in the 400-save club in 1999. The number of men in the 300-save and 200-save clubs exploded as well. Here is a progression of those men at the end of each decade (I used 100 as the minimum in previous analyses, but given that there are now 99 men with at least 100 saves for their career, this figure becomes cumbersome): , and 3 (well, plus 3)-a nice exponential progression.

99. Posman Books @ GCT
In THE DEEP DARK, gregg Olsen s tremendous gifts as a writer looks beyond Canseco shattered the mold of the outof-shape baseball player and ushered in

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