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SPORTS
May 31, 1986
How many years must the Dodgers lead the league in errors before it becomes the manager's fault? JIM ELWELL Santa Barbara
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SPORTS
March 29, 1995
Second-ranked Marina committed five errors, which led to two unearned runs, and lost in nine innings, 2-1, to La Mirada in a nonleague softball game Tuesday at Marina. Marcy Crouch (5-2) had a two-hitter for Marina (6-2), which tied the score in the bottom of the sixth before allowing the go-ahead run in the ninth.
SPORTS
June 4, 1986 | DAVID KECK
The Banning High baseball team may have a future in juggling. But the Pilots have no future in the City 4-A playoffs after Polytechnic capitalized on six Banning errors--three in the ninth inning--to win, 3-1, Tuesday at Banning. "We usually don't make that many errors," Banning Coach Dan Evans said. "I guess today was one of those days." It could well have been Poly Coach Jerry Cord saying those words.
SPORTS
April 26, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
The Angels committed 24 errors before Saturday's game but had given up only six unearned runs, a statistic Manager Buck Rodgers says is a credit to the team's pitching staff. "It means the errors haven't bothered our pitchers, which is a good sign," Rodgers said. "I've seen pitchers throw their heads back and make a big thing out of (errors), but this staff has busted their butts to get guys off the hook.
NEWS
August 1, 1997 | BEVERLY BEYETTE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rex Morgan, M.D., is giving his creator a bit of a headache. In panels that ran Saturday and Sunday, the comic strip physician prescribed a baby aspirin for a 13-month-old boy suffering from a slight cold, telling his mother, "Don't worry. . . . He'll be fine!" But it seems the good doctor, who's been practicing medicine on the comic pages since his creation by the late psychiatrist Nick Dallis in 1948, goofed.
BUSINESS
October 23, 1996 | From Times Wire Services
Price scanners widely used in supermarkets and other stores are fast but sometimes wrong, and the errors on average benefit consumers, according to a study released Tuesday. The Federal Trade Commission study found that grocery stores, which have used scanners the longest of any retail category, are the most accurate, with an error rate of 3.47% and an average overcharge of 53 cents and an average undercharge of 72 cents.
SPORTS
August 31, 1987
The Detroit Tigers' 7-0 victory over the Texas Rangers Sunday at Detroit ranks as one of the most unusual games in baseball history. Doyle Alexander pitched a complete game three-hitter to keep the Tigers on top by a game in the American League East, but that wasn't so remarkable. What made the Tigers' victory unique is that although the Rangers did not make an error, all of Detroit's runs were unearned.
SPORTS
June 10, 1985 | RICHARD HOFFER, Times Staff Writer
The Dodgers once more proved their fallibility and Tom Lasorda once again proved his generosity, forgiving five errors. That's a lot to forgive, but not few enough to forget. "It was just one of those days," said Lasorda after his team was booted out of town by the Braves, 10-3, Sunday. "We had a bad day." If there are too many more days like this one, and there have already been several, the Dodgers' group insurers will be canceling policies.
SPORTS
July 25, 1997 | TRIS WYKES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The idea that three hits would be enough to defeat the Camarillo A American Legion baseball team seemed laughable before Thursday. But no one was chuckling on the Camarillo bench after Westside used three hits and four unearned runs to post a 5-4 victory at Birmingham High in the first round of the Area 6 playoffs. Camarillo, which boasts a fearsome batting order, could muster only seven hits.
BUSINESS
June 9, 1993 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a report many analysts viewed skeptically, state officials Tuesday released revised figures showing that California has lost 552,700 jobs, or 4.4% of its non-agricultural employment, since the recession began pounding the state in mid-1990. By some gauges, the new figures reflect the state's worst slump since the Depression. But they also tone down earlier appraisals of California's economic ills, which had put the three-year employment decline in the range of 800,000 to 900,000 jobs.
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