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82. 1998 Player Salaries - The Baseball Archive
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83. Unofficial Portland Beavers - Baseball Commentary, Stats, Schedule, Roster, News
Mike thompson went 6+ innings for the Beavers allowing 2 runs on 6 hits. On a beautiful night for baseball at PGE Park, Chris Oxspring was spectacular,



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84. Justin Thompson Player Card
Proper Name justin Willard thompson. Born March 8, 1973. San Antonio, TX justin thompson has not been involved in any transactions this season.
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By Rich thompson Mar 31, 2003 Email this article Printer friendly page Afteranxiously waiting for the past six months another baseball season is about to
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After anxiously waiting for the past six months another baseball season is about to begin. I have been in Florida preparing myself for the next five or six months. I came into camp competing for a spot in triple A, and although I did not make the club I was pleased with my performance and feel very confident entering the season. I will be playing for the New Haven Ravens in the Eastern League. The team will have the same manager I had in the Florida State League, where I had my best year to date. He is a very energetic, hardworking, player’s coach, who everyone respects and plays hard for. We have a very strong outfield made up of five players; John-Ford Griffin, Gabe Gross, Alexis Rios, Justin Singleton, and myself. I expect we will all contribute to the success of this team and I am excited to start running down long fly balls with them.
I am going to try and take what I have been working on in spring training and carry it over to the season. I am trying to be the best leadoff hitter I can, which means I have to put the ball in play and take walks. The first I did very well this spring, but I need to make a conscious effort to make the pitcher throw good pitches and draw walks. This is especially true in the Blue Jays organization, which emphasizes on base percentage as a key statistic.

86. IHSA Boys Baseball Class A State Final Results
1999 IHSA Class A Boys baseball Tournament June 45, 1999 Massac County 3rdBrandon Evans FANS, 1 out; justin Schwetman CALLED OUT ON STRIKES, 2 out;

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"Hornets" Coach David Vieth (6th Yr. 169-40-1) vs. Home: Massac County "Patriots" Coach Danny Stevens (14th Yr. 253-89) Umpires:Plate- Doug Elledge, New Canton 1st- Charles Huston, Macomb 3rd- Doug Maxwell, Homer Game time: 9:55 a.m. Weather: Partly Cloudy, Warm and Humid Wind: Light, SE PLAY-BY-PLAY ACCOUNT Nashville 1st: Kelly Cruser GO 6-3, 1 out; Travis Klingler Fans, 2 out; Zach Browiak GO 4-3. 0-0-0-0 Nashville 2nd: Jody Gajewski SINGLES to RF; Brock Holston GO 4-3, Gajewski to2nd, 1 out; Travis Schmele WALKS; Scott Thrailkill DOUBLES into LCF gap, Gajewski scores, RBI , Schmele to 3rd; Brad Luessenheide taps back to pitcher, out 1-3, 2 outs, runners hold; Ryan Dinkelman GO 6-3. 1-2-0-2 Massac County 2nd: Marc Glass WALKS; Darren Crim (Marc Glass steals 2nd) GO 4-3, Marc Glass to 3rd, 1 out; Cord Wittig grounds to 3rd, 5-2-3 DP as Marc Glass thown out at plate and Wittig out at first on throw from catcher.

87. Hedrick, Other NU Baseball Stars Earn Stripes In Cape League - Northeastern News
For 17 years, NU baseball skipper Neil McPhee has been watching his athletes headto play in Northeastern s Devin Monds, Jordan Thomson, justin Hedrick,
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By Jack Weiland Published: Wednesday, August 6, 2003 For 17 years, NU baseball skipper Neil McPhee has been watching his athletes head to play in the college baseball summer standby Cape Cod Baseball League. For both him and them, it's an institution of the season.
Northeastern's Devin Monds, Jordan Thomson, Justin Hedrick, Chris Emanuele and Tim Bush are members of the 2003 league.
"Growing up and in high school, I always dreamed of playing in the Cape," Hedrick said. "I don't want to say it's something special, but it's definitely something I've worked very hard to be able to compete in."
Compete he did. Hedrick's seven two-hit innings on Tuesday night ended his season with the league lead in strikeouts (68) and among the leaders in earned run average (1.96) in nine games while posting a 3-2 record for the Harwich Mariners. Hedrick also tossed a perfect inning at the Cape League All-Star game, fanning one of the batters he faced.
"I have been having a lot of fun," Hedrick said. "Me and my coaches knew I would have a pretty good year. It's been exciting. Being here shows that we (Northeastern) can play with anyone in the nation. It gives me confidence; I know I can pitch against anyone in college baseball now."

88. Baseball Season Ends With Positive Note - Northeastern News - Sports
on the baseball team, was the first to phone Northeastern pitcher justin Thomson ended the year with a record of 84 and an earned run average of
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By Jack Weiland Published: Wednesday, June 9, 2004 Chalk up another assist for Arman Sidhu. Except this time, it's not a toss for an out on a routine ground ball.
Sidhu, the starting shortstop on the baseball team, was the first to phone Northeastern pitcher Justin Hedrick Monday and inform him of his new employer: the San Francisco Giants.
Hedrick was selected in the sixth round, 190th overall, by the Giants in the Major League baseball's annual First-Year Player Draft. Teammate and fellow hurler Jordan Thomson was also taken by the Giants in the draft, going in the 15th round with the 520th overall pick.
"Arman was the first person to call me, he was like 'Hey man, congratulations," Hedrick said via phone Tuesday, his 22nd birthday. "I was like, 'What, what do you mean?' He had been listening to the draft and told me. Then a bunch of other people called me, actually the fifth person to call me was the actual team."
That call, and that pick, set off quite a celebration for the Hedrick clan.

89. 2005 AMC Baseball - Shawnee State
2005 AMC baseball. Shawnee State. Overall Stats SBA/ATT Hargrave (16-23),Niemer (19-21), thompson (5-11), J. Craft (7-9), Spille (6-7), Tillman (3-4)
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2005 AMC Baseball Overall Statistics for Shawnee State (FINAL) (All games Sorted by Batting avg) Record: 21-20-1 Conference: 10-14 Hitting minimums - 1 Games Pitching minimums - 1 Games

90. Davidson College Football -- Justin Thompson
42 justin thompson. thompson Vitals. thompson is anxious to get the 2003 seasonunder way after missing last year with an injury.
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Thompson is anxious to get the 2003 season under way after missing last year with an injury. That makes him kind of an unknown for the Wildcats this year, but he could turn out to be a key reserve as the season unfolds. Missed season with an injury. Other: Two-time all-conference at Enka ... team captain and second leading tackler in Western N.C. as a senior ... Asheville Citizen-Times Student of the Year in 2002 ... Buncombe County Top Scholar ... National Honor Society President ... Student Body Council Vice-President.
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91. Davidson College Baseball -- 2003 Box Score
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92. Colorado State University-Pueblo > Athletics
baseball Sets NCAA Record, but Drops Opener Against Mesa third baseman JustinParker and shortstop Ryan Priddy delivered thompson from second base.
Baseball Sets NCAA Record, but Drops Opener Against Mesa
May 6, 2005
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PUEBLO, Colo. - Pueblo packed the park.
Mesa State College stole the show.
Playing in front of a NCAA Division II single-game record crowd of 3,683 on Hobbs Field at the Runyon Sports Complex, the Mavericks ruined Colorado State University-Pueblo's promotional "Pack the Park" night with a 5-4 victory.
The win not only provided Mesa State with the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championship, but a host berth for the four-team RMAC Tournament starting Thursday in Grand Junction. The Mavericks clinched the conference title in front of the largest crowd to watch a Division II baseball game and a CSU-Pueblo contest.
Mesa State, ranked fifth in the country, the highest ranking in school history, is 42-11 overall and 22-3 in the RMAC. CSU-Pueblo, which has already qualified for the postseason tournament, is 29-23 overall and 18-7 in the conference, having lost four of its last five.
The teams have three games remaining in their four-game series at Rawlings Field - a 4 p.m. doubleheader today and a single game at noon Sunday.

93. KFFL - Justin Thompson, P, Texas Rangers
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    Sat, 27 Aug 2005 13:01:57 -0700 The Texas Rangers have optioned P Justin Thompson to Triple-A Oklahoma, according to the Associated Press.
    Thu, 18 Aug 2005 19:18:40 -0700 Updating an earlier item, the Associated Press reports Texas Rangers P Justin Thompson pitched the eighth inning Thursday, Aug. 18, marking his first big league appearance since the 1999 season. The 32-year-old has spent the last six years recovering from four operations on his left arm.
    Tue, 16 Aug 2005 23:24:30 -0700 Sports Network reports the Texas Rangers purchased the contract of SP Justin Thompson Tuesday night, Aug. 16. It has been six years since Thompson last pitched in the big leagues.
    Wed, 25 May 2005 06:19:33 -0700 The Dallas Morning News reports Texas Rangers P Justin Thompson was promoted from Double-A Frisco to Triple-A Oklahoma on May 23. Thompson hasn't pitched in the major leagues since Aug. 15, 1999, with the

94. Sports
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What Makes Ebony Run Jack ran outdoor track all four years of high school, and eventually gave up her hoop dreams to run indoor during her final two. Like her brother, she excelled as a sprinter through explosiveness and sheer speed. Her list of accomplishments goes on. But gifted as Jack is when she flies down a track, her coach, Sherman Hart, believes her leadership has been just as important to the team. Whatever Johan says, it works. Ebony Jack has whisked her dreams and ambitions into gold. Northern Lights Elevate Diamond Hopes But many blue-chip athletes who migrate south to Huntington Avenue wear spikes, not skates. Neil McPhee has looked to Canada often during his seventeen seasons as head baseball coach. The results have been beyond positive. Past standouts Derek Gauthier, Kevin Kim, and Luke Carlin came via the Canadian pipeline. So have current starters Devin Monds, Miguel Paquette, and Jordan Thomson. By the middle of April, Northeastern had racked up a 6-12 record (1-3 against other America East teams).

95. Baseball 2004 - Northeastern 7, Maine 1
Starter Jordan Thomson went the distance and shut down the Black Bear 4.1 87 5 3 4 20 24 BISHOP, justin 1.2 0 0 0 1 0 5 6 Northeastern IP H R ER

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Northeastern 7, Maine 1
April 8, 2004
Friedman Diamond (Brookline, MA) The Huskies upended Maine 7-1 to split a Friday doubleheader at Friedman Diamond. Starter Jordan Thomson went the distance and shut down the Black Bear offense while NU scored multiple runs in the first, third and fifth innings to put Maine away. Maine won the first game 3-2, so both teams hold a 1-1 conference record. Thomson pitched seven innings, striking out seven while holding Maine to six hits. Maine starter Mike MacDonald took the loss after allowing five runs in four and one-third innings. MacDonald was America East's Pitcher of the Year in 2002. Northeastern improves to 11-9 overall while Maine is 14-13 after the doubleheader. Northeastern took the lead in the bottom of the first after Maine plated a run in the top of the inning. Second-hitter Brad Czarnowski walked. Then Chris Emanuele hit a grounder to Maine shortstop Jason Harvey. Harvey couldn't get the throw to the second baseman, putting men on first and second. Jeff Heriot followed with a walk and Miguel Paquette hit a two-run single to left-center. Czarnowski led off the third inning with a homer to right field, giving NU a 3-1 advantage. The Huskies then loaded the bases on singles by Emanuele and Heriot and a walk by Arman Sidhu. Tim Bush then hit a grounder to Maine third baseman Matt McGraw, who threw Sidhu out at second while Emanuele scored. Maine second baseman Mike Ferriggi tried to turn the double-play but his throw went off first baseman Greg Creek's glove, allowing Emanuele to score his second run. Matt Morizio hit a fly-out to center to end the inning with a 5-1 lead for Northeastern.

96. Benedictine University
Seven Benedictine studentathletes - baseball players Christian Arnoux while fellow seniors justin Hatch (South Beloit, Ill./Boylan Catholic HS),
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Seven Benedictine student-athletes - baseball players Christian Arnoux (Arlington Heights, Ill./Prospect H.S.), Mike Headtke (Bolingbrook, Ill./Romeoville H.S.), Patrick McNamara (Addison, Ill./Addison Trail H.S./College of DuPage) and David Mitchell (Chicago, Ill./St. Rita H.S.) and softball players Katie Bellich (Thomson, Ill./Thomson H.S.), Donna Reeves (Carol Stream, Ill./Driscoll Catholic H.S.) and Monica Robinson (Thomson, Ill./Thomson H.S.) - have been named to the 2005 Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference Spring All-Academic Teams in their respective sports. MORE Christian Arnoux Six Benedictine athletes honored on NIIC All-Scholastic Teams
Benedictine University's athletic department had six individuals named to the 2004-05 Northern Illinois-Iowa Conference All-Scholastic Teams, the league recently announced. Seniors Mike Headtke (Bolingbrook, Ill./Romeoville H.S.), Kortney Pope (Arlington Heights, Ill./St. Viator H.S.) and Erica Wagner (Lombard, Ill./Glenbard East H.S.) were all tabbed as first-team honorees, while fellow seniors Justin Hatch (South Beloit, Ill./Boylan Catholic H.S.), Brian Manering (LaPorte, Ind./LaPorte H.S.) and Mandy Semenik (Homer Glen, Ill./Lockport Township H.S.) were honorable mention selections.

97. SW Oklahoma State Vs Eastern New Mexico (Mar 20, 2005)
2005 ENMU baseball Statistics SW Oklahoma State at Eastern New Mexico (Game 1)Mar 20, SB justin Gee. SW Oklahoma State IP H R ER BB SO AB BF NP HTML/game23.htm
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2005 ENMU Baseball Statistics SW Oklahoma State at Eastern New Mexico (Game 1) - Play-by-Play Mar 20, 2005 at Portales, New Mexico (Greyhound Field) Score by Innings R H E - SW Oklahoma State... 300 000 - 3 6 4 Eastern New Mexico.. 001 330 X - 7 10 1 - SW Oklahoma State starters: 11/rf L. Thompson; 6/ss L. Hatfield; 20/dh M. Machinski; 19/c T. Dewald; 10/lf Wes Bamburg; 8/1b G. Davenport; 14/3b Bill Burcham; 4/2b Mark Cole; 26/cf D. Pratt; 27/p L. Scales; Eastern New Mexico starters: 4/2b Bryan Moore; 1/ss Josh Kuchta; 5/dh B. Scherer; 9/1b M. Wallace; 18/cf D. Kennedy; 35/c Brian Green; 10/3b M. McDuffie; 24/rf Justin Gee; 14/lf M. Bernhardt; 44/p Trevor Davis; SW Oklahoma State 1st - L. Thompson singled to third base, bunt (0-0). L. Hatfield grounded out to 3b (1-2); L. Thompson advanced to second. M. Machinski struck out looking (1-2). T. Dewald singled through the left side, RBI (1-1); L. Thompson scored. T. Dewald advanced to second on a wild pitch. Wes Bamburg walked (3-0). G. Davenport doubled to right center, 2 RBI (1-2); Wes Bamburg scored; T. Dewald scored. Bill Burcham struck out (1-2). 3 runs, 3 hits, errors, 1 LOB.

98. Baseball Salaries, List
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99. Around The Majors: Retirement -- The Hardball Times
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by Lee Sinins March 15, 2005 1) Pirates P Todd Ritchie retired. Injuries limited Ritchie to just 9 games over the past 2 years. He had a 4.71 career ERA, compared to his league average of 4.51, and -18 RSAA in 184 games. 2) Mets P Steve Trachsel flew to Los Angeles to see a back specialist. He is hoping to avoid surgery and expects to start the season on the DL. 3) The Nationals sent Ps Michael Hinckley, Josh Karp and Dan Smith to the minors and placed P Francis Beltran on the 60 day DL.

100. Mariners Blog: October 2003 Archives
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Team USA has set its 24-man roster for Olympic qualifying and Justin Leone has made the cut. Mill Creek native Grady Sizemore also made the team. View the full roster Permalink Comments (0)
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Bret Boone and Edgar Martinez were among the winners of this year's Silver Slugger awards , given to the top offensive players in each league.

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