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November 15, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Pittsburgh Pirates kept trimming payroll and adding young players, sending second baseman Carlos Garcia, outfielder Orlando Merced and reliever Dan Plesac to the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday for six prospects. Pittsburgh gets right-handers Jose Silva and Jose Pett, who once received the largest bonus paid by Toronto, plus shortstop Brandon Cromer and three players to be named.
April 23, 1997 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
Second baseman Delino DeShields sat in the visiting clubhouse Tuesday at Dodger Stadium, thumbed through a newspaper, and couldn't help but break into an expansive grin. "I see where they're still not scoring runs," DeShields said. "They can't blame it on me this time."
November 30, 1989
No. 2-seeded Tole Marinkovic of San Diego State defeated Vernon Yarnell of UC San Diego, 6-2, 6-0, Wednesday in the second round of the San Diego All-College Tennis Tournament at University of San Diego. Third-seeded Chris Toomey of USD defeated Jeff Belloli of SDSU, 6-3, 6-0. No. 1-seeded Jose Luis Noriega advanced to today's third round after Mauricio Cordova of Southwestern College defaulted. No. 1-seeded Barbara Mueller of Tempe, Ariz.
March 12, 1997 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
What began as an experiment three weeks ago has become reality. Right fielder Raul Mondesi will open the season as the Dodgers' No. 3 batter, Manager Bill Russell said. Mondesi is batting .419 this spring after going two for three in the Dodgers' 7-5 loss Tuesday to the Florida Marlins. "He's done everything we've asked," Russell said. "He's a lot more patient, a lot more selective at the plate. I really like what I see."
August 6, 1994 | From Associated Press
Scott Sanders liked what he saw when he looked at the flags on top of Wrigley Field's scoreboard Friday. Eddie Williams and Bip Roberts just ignored them. Sanders allowed one hit in eight innings Friday to lead the San Diego Padres to a 4-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs. "He had a better than average slider," Padres manager Jim Riggleman said. "He was in the strike zone more often and that, combined with his slider, made him effective." Sanders also had the wind blowing in his favor.
February 24, 1997 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
Dodger infielder John Wehner walked out of the batting cage shaking his head. Infielder Eddie Williams started laughing. Fred Claire, Dodger executive vice president, couldn't help but break into an expansive grin. Reliever Darren Dreifort was pitching batting practice, and now that he is fully recovered after his major reconstructive elbow surgery, National League batters could be in trouble. "I call him the ultimate humbler," Wehner said.
Padre third baseman Mike Pagliarulo has been scouring the sports pages each day, and just like everyone else in his profession, drooling at the contracts he has been reading about. Why, with eight players signing contracts the past two months that will pay them an average salary of at least $3 million a year, and with 100 players expected to crack the $1 million barrier in 1990, who could blame Pagliarulo for dreaming a little bit himself when it came time to negotiate his new contract?
When Canyon decided to scrap the run-and-shoot for more traditional formations with two backs and three receivers, it was assumed the Comanches would be spending much of the season relearning how to run the ball. But, as Canyon (2-1) showed Loara in a 35-12 victory in front of an estimated 1,500 at El Modena High, the reports of the death of the Comanche passing game are greatly exaggerated.
January 6, 1986 | MIRNA ALFONSO, Times Staff Writer
Sherry McGrath was relaxing in her basement bedroom on Fuerte Drive in La Mesa one cold, wet evening in December when she passed out, falling and hitting her head on a marble table. When she regained consciousness, she managed to crawl over to the intercom on the wall and call for help. Her grandmother called the Grossmont-Mt. Helix Fire District and McGrath was taken to nearby Kaiser-Permanente Hospital, where she recovered.
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