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February 3, 1993 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Angels intensified negotiations Tuesday in their quest to acquire free-agent bullpen stopper Jeff Russell, and they are hopeful of signing him to a one-year contract before the weekend. "There's a good chance we might get something done," said Alan Hendricks, Russell's agent. "The Angels present a real and viable alternative, and hopefully things will come to a head in the next 24 to 48 hours.
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January 8, 2006 | From Associated Press
Two men were captured Saturday and charged in the killings of seven people from two Richmond families, slayings that police hadn't publicly tied together until now. Rock musician Bryan Harvey and his family were among those slain. Police Chief Rodney Monroe said Ray Joseph Dandridge and Ricky Gavon Gray, both 28, were charged with conspiracy to commit murder and auto theft after they were arrested driving a Cadillac that belonged to one of the victims.
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January 7, 2006 | Richard Cromelin, Times Staff Writer
THE slayings of musician Bryan Harvey, his wife and their two daughters last weekend in Richmond, Va., has deeply jolted the small city where singer-guitarist Harvey played in a party band called NrG Krysys and by day worked in technology for the Henrico County school system. His wife, Kathryn Harvey, ran a store featuring whimsical gifts and toys, called World of Mirth, in nearby Carytown, Va. Their daughters Stella and Ruby were 9 and 4.
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January 7, 2006 | Richard Cromelin, Times Staff Writer
THE slayings of musician Bryan Harvey, his wife and their two daughters last weekend in Richmond, Va., has deeply jolted the small city where singer-guitarist Harvey played in a party band called NrG Krysys and by day worked in technology for the Henrico County school system. His wife, Kathryn Harvey, ran a store featuring whimsical gifts and toys, called World of Mirth, in nearby Carytown, Va. Their daughters Stella and Ruby were 9 and 4.
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August 8, 1994 | JASON H. REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Few words would have lifted Robb Nen's spirits that summer night as he slouched in front of his Oklahoma City clubhouse stall, exhausted, in pain, his mind filled with doubt. The sentence spoken by his manager definitely was not on his "A" list. They were among the last words he wanted to hear: "You've been traded."
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February 27, 1993
Angel President Richard Brown says the Kelly Gruber trade makes the Angel organization look like country bumpkins. He's wrong. Losing players like Wally Joyner, Bryan Harvey and Jim Abbott has already done that. The Gruber trade makes them look like blithering idiots. RON A. REEVE Chino
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September 17, 1990
Outfielder Dave Winfield, who surpassed the 1,500-RBI level for his career, and reliever Bryan Harvey, who tied a club record for saves in a career, have been named co-Angels of the Week by The Times' Orange County Edition. Winfield was 11 for 28 (.393) with four home runs and 10 RBIs, raising his batting average to .263. He assumed the club lead in RBIs with 66 as he increased his career total to 1,504.
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September 11, 1991 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Bryan Harvey had Tuesday night off after earning his third save in three nights Monday, Manager Buck Rodgers said. Harvey is 2-3 with 38 saves, and has blown only three. No one has blown fewer except Toronto's Tom Henke, who has blown one. Infielder Bobby Rose, on the disabled list because of a sore shoulder, underwent tests and was examined by team orthopedist Lewis Yocum. Rose experienced pain Monday when he threw for the first time since being injured in a collision at second base Aug. 23.
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January 20, 1996 | CHRIS FOSTER
Angel relief pitcher Bryan Harvey passed a physical examination of his elbow, club officials said Friday. Harvey, 32, underwent surgery to reconstruct his right elbow May 3. He signed a $500,000 major league contract that could pay him as much as $1.75 million with incentives, but it was contingent on passing the physical. Harvey has 177 career saves, but also has had three arm operations.
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May 2, 1995 | The Associated Press
Bryan Harvey, the Florida Marlins' $4.5-million closer, will be sidelined the rest of the season because of a torn ligament in his pitching elbow that requires reconstructive surgery. Harvey underwent an elbow operation while with the Angels in August 1992. He now needs a procedure similar to the one that saved pitcher Tommy John's career in 1974. . . . Texas Ranger Manager Johnny Oates returned from a leave of absence.
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February 3, 2005 | Dan Arritt; Eric Sondheimer; Lauren Peterson, From Times Staff Reports
Fresh legs and the steady hand of Bryan Harvey carried the Compton Dominguez boys' basketball team to a 64-61 victory Wednesday night against visiting Lynwood in an emotionally charged San Gabriel Valley League game. Nine players scored for the Dons, ranked fourth in the Southland by The Times, including a game-high 24 points by Harvey, a 6-foot-5 guard who has signed with Louisville. "Our bench came up big," Harvey said. "We've got a lot of guys who can play, more than four or five people."
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January 9, 2005 | Dan Arritt, Times Staff Writer
The label is starting to peel away for the Compton Dominguez boys' basketball team. Bryan Harvey did his part Saturday night in the featured game of the Pangos Dream Classic, making four three-point shots and scoring 20 points to lead the Dons to a 58-53 victory over Etiwanda at Hope International University in Fullerton. Etiwanda began the game ranked No. 1 in the Southland by The Times, Dominguez No. 5.
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July 20, 1997 | Associated Press
Bryan Harvey, an all-star closer for the Angels in 1991 and Florida Marlins in 1993, signed a minor-league contract Saturday with the Marlins' Class-A affiliate in Brevard County. Harvey, 34, is scheduled to pitch at least three games for the Florida State League team beginning Tuesday. The right-hander hasn't pitched in the major leagues since undergoing arm surgery in 1995.
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March 8, 1996 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fame, money, success. . . . Angel reliever Bryan Harvey has had it all. But one of his most cherished memories in professional baseball is of the days when he had virtually nothing. He was 22 and attending the Angels' 1985 fall instructional league, living at the Rodeway Inn in Mesa, Ariz., with fellow pitching hopefuls Chuck Finley and Willie Fraser. "Those days were outstanding," said Harvey, who is trying this spring to rebuild his career with a rebuilt elbow.
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March 7, 1996 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fame, money, success . . . Angel reliever Bryan Harvey has had it all. But one of his most cherished memories in professional baseball is when he had virtually nothing; when he was 22 and attending the Angels' 1985 fall instructional league, living at the Rodeway Inn in Mesa, Ariz., with fellow pitching hopefuls Chuck Finley and Willie Fraser. "Those days were outstanding," said Harvey, who is trying to rebuild his career with a rebuilt elbow this spring.
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January 20, 1996 | CHRIS FOSTER
Angel relief pitcher Bryan Harvey passed a physical examination of his elbow, club officials said Friday. Harvey, 32, underwent surgery to reconstruct his right elbow May 3. He signed a $500,000 major league contract that could pay him as much as $1.75 million with incentives, but it was contingent on passing the physical. Harvey has 177 career saves, but also has had three arm operations.
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February 2, 1991
Angel pitchers Bryan Harvey and Scott Bailes agreed to terms on one-year contracts Friday, averting arbitration. Harvey's deal is for $1.04 million plus incentives; Bailes will earn $425,000. Harvey, who led the Angels in saves last season with 25, is the club's all-time save leader. He earned $332,500 last season and had filed for arbitration at $1.225 million. The Angels had filed at $850,000. Bailes was 2-0 with a 6.37 earned-run average last season.
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January 29, 1989 | MIKE PENNER
The Angels canceled their opening round of arbitration hearings, scheduled for Wednesday with Greg Minton, by signing the 37-year-old relief pitcher to a 1-year contract worth about $650,000 Saturday. Of the club's four remaining arbitration cases, Minton's figured to be the most likely to produce an early agreement, as only $90,000 separated the two sides. Minton filed for a $690,000 salary in 1989, and the Angels offered $600,000.
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December 21, 1995 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Angels, who gambled and lost three years ago when they let closer Bryan Harvey get away, decided Wednesday to try their luck one more time. The Angels signed Harvey to a guaranteed $500,000 contract with $1.7 million available in bonuses seven months after he underwent "Tommy John" reconstructive elbow surgery. "I'm not sure if he could pitch by this evening, but I think he'll be ready by opening day or soon thereafter," General Manager Bill Bavasi said.
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