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March 31, 1995 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Greg Shockey hasn't looked at a schedule. He hasn't felt the need. Although he has been playing right field for the Angels' Cactus League entrant this spring, Shockey doesn't know where he will be come Tuesday, the scheduled start of the Angels' season. "That pretty much shows where I'm at," the former Cal State Northridge standout said this week from the Angels' training site in Tempe, Ariz. "I haven't even thought about it."
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March 31, 1995 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Greg Shockey hasn't looked at a schedule. He hasn't felt the need. Although he has been playing right field for the Angels' Cactus League entrant this spring, Shockey doesn't know where he will be come Tuesday, the scheduled start of the Angels' season. "That pretty much shows where I'm at," the former Cal State Northridge standout said this week from the Angels' training site in Tempe, Ariz. "I haven't even thought about it."
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May 8, 1989 | KEVIN BAXTER, Times Staff Writer
It was a good thing Cal State Northridge baseball Coach Bill Kernen asked Earl Johnson to sign his letter of intent before Sunday's game. If he had waited, Johnson might have changed his mind. That's because any similarity between baseball and what took place at Matador Field on Sunday was purely coincidental. In a tedious three-hour, 40-minute game that featured eight errors, five wild pitches, a passed ball and 18 walks, the University of San Diego posted a 12-9 nonconference victory over Northridge.
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May 16, 1992 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To set the story straight, Greg Shockey broke the Cal State Northridge record for runs batted in in a career with a groundout in the fifth inning of Friday's game against North Carolina State. The precise time of that feat is of note because Shockey's teammates, to a man, suspect the specifics of his record-breaking at-bat will be greatly enhanced in the future.
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May 16, 1992 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
To set the story straight, Greg Shockey broke the Cal State Northridge record for runs batted in in a career with a groundout in the fifth inning of Friday's game against North Carolina State. The precise time of that feat is of note because Shockey's teammates, to a man, suspect the specifics of his record-breaking at-bat will be greatly enhanced in the future.
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August 4, 1988
Cal State Northridge signed two more high school recruits to letters of intent for baseball, bringing the number to four players secured by new Coach Bill Kernen. Greg Shockey, an All-Orange County outfielder from Mater Dei High in Santa Ana, will play for the Matadors, as will J. D. Haendiges, a left-handed pitcher and first baseman from Upland High. Shockey batted .452 for Mater Dei last season.
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August 4, 1988
Greg Shockey, an all-county outfielder from Mater Dei High School, has signed a letter of intent to play baseball for Cal State Northridge. Shockey, a left-handed hitter, batted .452 for Mater Dei last season. He is the fourth player to sign with Northridge since Bill Kernen, a former Cal State Fullerton assistant, was hired as Northridge's head coach last month.
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February 4, 1990
After scoring two runs in the first inning Saturday, visiting Cal State Northridge struggled and fell to Nevada Las Vegas, 5-3. It was the Matadors' second consecutive nonconference baseball loss. CSUN (1-2) had eight hits, led by Craig Clayton with three and Greg Shockey with two. Scott Sharts, a University of Miami transfer and an All-Southern Section selection at Simi Valley High, started on the mound for CSUN. He gave up three earned runs, four hits and 10 walks in 5 1/3 innings.
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June 2, 1988
Pitcher Mike Wilson, who compiled a 10-2 record and had 4 saves for La Quinta High School, heads the list of selections for the South team that will compete in the 21st Orange County All-Star baseball game June 14 in Anaheim's Glover Stadium. Wilson, a two-time player of the year in the Garden Grove League, has signed a letter of intent to play at Arizona.
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May 28, 1992
Four Cal State Fullerton baseball players were named to the All-District 8 teams selected by the American Baseball Coaches Assn. Third baseman Phil Nevin and catcher Jason Moler were first-team selections and starting pitchers James Popoff and Dan Naulty were on the second team. Matt Luke, a California outfielder, and Pete Janicki, a UCLA pitcher, who were teammates of Nevin at El Dorado High, were first-team selections.
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May 8, 1989 | KEVIN BAXTER, Times Staff Writer
It was a good thing Cal State Northridge baseball Coach Bill Kernen asked Earl Johnson to sign his letter of intent before Sunday's game. If he had waited, Johnson might have changed his mind. That's because any similarity between baseball and what took place at Matador Field on Sunday was purely coincidental. In a tedious three-hour, 40-minute game that featured eight errors, five wild pitches, a passed ball and 18 walks, the University of San Diego posted a 12-9 nonconference victory over Northridge.
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June 14, 1988
Outfielder Jim Austin of Mater Dei High School and catcher Brian Criss of Servite were named most valuable players of the Angelus League in a vote of the league's baseball coaches. Austin batted .437 and hit 9 home runs to lead Mater Dei to the league title. Criss batted .430 with 35 runs-batted in for Servite. The coaches' team: FIRST TEAM Pitchers Andy Croghan . . . Servite Tony Pena . . . Mater Dei J.R. Phillips . . . Bishop Amat First Baseman Joe Ciccarella . . .
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May 15, 1997 | STEVE HENSON
Shortstop Adam Kennedy finished the regular season as the most productive hitter in Cal State Northridge history. His single-season numbers rank among the best in NCAA history. Kennedy, a junior, may have played his last game as a Matador. He is expected to sign a professional contract after the June draft, where he is projected to be a second-round pick. The Matadors (42-20-1) find out Monday if they have been selected to the NCAA tournament.
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