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April 10, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL
Ernie (Buster) Nietzke is moving up with some pretty impressive company on the career hit list at Saddleback College. Nietzke, a sophomore left fielder, has 94 hits, which puts him in third place on the all-time list. He had two hits Tuesday to pass Tim Wallach (1976-77), an All-Star third baseman, who is beginning his 12th season with the Montreal Expos. Nietzke passed another former-Gaucho and current major leaguer--Mark Grace of the Chicago Cubs--earlier this season.
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April 10, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL
Ernie (Buster) Nietzke is moving up with some pretty impressive company on the career hit list at Saddleback College. Nietzke, a sophomore left fielder, has 94 hits, which puts him in third place on the all-time list. He had two hits Tuesday to pass Tim Wallach (1976-77), an All-Star third baseman, who is beginning his 12th season with the Montreal Expos. Nietzke passed another former-Gaucho and current major leaguer--Mark Grace of the Chicago Cubs--earlier this season.
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April 2, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL
Fullerton College baseball player Tom Wilson comes with an option package that would rival that of any luxury car. He starts in right field and is also the Hornets' late-inning reliever. If needed, Fullerton Coach Nick Fuscardo wouldn't hesitate playing Wilson at first base, third base or catcher--three positions Wilson played at Troy High School during a three-year varsity career. "Tom's abilities are basically a given," Fuscardo said. "You know he can do so many things."
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