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March 14, 2006 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
If the Dodgers had their druthers, of course, Jae Seo wouldn't be in Anaheim this week. Instead of pitching for Korea in the World Baseball Classic, the right-hander would be with them in Florida. "We'd kind of like to lay eyes on a guy we're kind of thinking about as being one of our starters," Manager Grady Little said Monday before the Dodgers' 7-5 Grapefruit League victory over the Boston Red Sox. "But I guess he's getting his work in."
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March 24, 2006 | Steve Henson, Times Staff Writer
Based on how he pitched in the World Baseball Classic, Jae Seo could be regarded as the best off-season acquisition made by General Manager Ned Colletti. Based on how he pitched Thursday, Seo looked every bit the No. 5 starter the Dodgers figure they added when relievers Duaner Sanchez and Steve Schmoll were traded to the New York Mets for Seo and reliever Tim Hamulack.
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March 24, 2006 | Steve Henson, Times Staff Writer
Based on how he pitched in the World Baseball Classic, Jae Seo could be regarded as the best off-season acquisition made by General Manager Ned Colletti. Based on how he pitched Thursday, Seo looked every bit the No. 5 starter the Dodgers figure they added when relievers Duaner Sanchez and Steve Schmoll were traded to the New York Mets for Seo and reliever Tim Hamulack.
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March 14, 2006 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
If the Dodgers had their druthers, of course, Jae Seo wouldn't be in Anaheim this week. Instead of pitching for Korea in the World Baseball Classic, the right-hander would be with them in Florida. "We'd kind of like to lay eyes on a guy we're kind of thinking about as being one of our starters," Manager Grady Little said Monday before the Dodgers' 7-5 Grapefruit League victory over the Boston Red Sox. "But I guess he's getting his work in."
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January 5, 2006 | Steve Henson, Times Staff Writer
With the prospect of losing out in the Jeff Weaver sweepstakes increasing by the day, the Dodgers traded for a starting pitcher Wednesday, acquiring Jae Seo from the New York Mets for right-handed relievers Duaner Sanchez and Steve Schmoll. The Dodgers also picked up left-handed reliever Tim Hamulack in the deal, which General Manager Ned Colletti said had been percolating over the holidays. Seo, 28, was 8-2 with a 2.59 earned-run average last season and is inexpensive.
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June 24, 2006
I have been very favorably impressed by the moves Ned Colletti has made in his brief time as Dodgers' general manager. I would be even more impressed if he could find a team for us to hand off Odalis Perez, and/or Jae Seo, especially the latter. Failing that, could he find a taker for either Brett Tomko or Aaron Sele? I know Christmas is a long way off, but one can always hope. STEVE MARKMAN Azusa If Ned Colletti is really looking to make a trade that will help the Dodgers, how about trading the entire bullpen for the cast of "Lost"?
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July 1, 2006
That thud you just heard was me falling off the Grady Little bandwagon: "Let's see ... we've just been embarrassed two straight games by the Twins, so I think I'll sit down the league's leading hitter and let him get some rest in the heat of the air-conditioned Metrodome." Honestly, Grady, what is the matter with you? Your mind-set seems to be, any guy over 25 has to sit every third day. I'm glad you're not panicking, because I sure am. STEVE FREEMAN Los Angeles Watching Odalis Perez "pitch" is about as enjoyable as going to the dentist to have your gums scraped.
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March 3, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Dodger right-hander Jae Seo pitched two-hit ball and Chan Ho Park worked three effective innings for a save to lead South Korea past Taiwan, 2-0, today in the opener of the inaugural World Baseball Classic. The 16-nation tournament started at 11:30 a.m. local time and was played in front of a sparse crowd of 5,193 at the Tokyo Dome. Japan was scheduled to play its first game later today against China. Seo started and struck out three in 3 2/3 innings.
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September 7, 2005 | From Associated Press
Lloyd McClendon, an aggressive former player known for his competitiveness and frequent run-ins with umpires, was fired Tuesday as manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates after averaging more than 90 losses since 2001. Bench coach Pete Mackanin will be the interim manager for the rest of the season. The Pirates, who this season began a concerted effort to rebuild with youth, are a National League-worst 55-82.
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April 22, 2007
* Minnesota 7, at Kansas City 5: Mike Redmond had three hits and three RBIs to lead the Twins. The score was tied, 5-5, before Nick Punto tripled in Alexi Casilla in the seventh inning. Punto scored on Joe Mauer's sacrifice fly. * Chicago 7, at Detroit 5: Jermaine Dye doubled in the go-ahead run in the 10th inning, and the White Sox won their fourth in a row. Fernando Rodney (1-4) gave up two hits and Juan Uribe's sacrifice fly in the 10th. The Tigers have lost three straight.
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January 5, 2006 | Steve Henson, Times Staff Writer
With the prospect of losing out in the Jeff Weaver sweepstakes increasing by the day, the Dodgers traded for a starting pitcher Wednesday, acquiring Jae Seo from the New York Mets for right-handed relievers Duaner Sanchez and Steve Schmoll. The Dodgers also picked up left-handed reliever Tim Hamulack in the deal, which General Manager Ned Colletti said had been percolating over the holidays. Seo, 28, was 8-2 with a 2.59 earned-run average last season and is inexpensive.
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August 24, 2006 | From the Associated Press
The New York Yankees put right-hander Mike Mussina on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday because of a strained right groin one day after they said they expected him to miss only one start. The move is retroactive to Monday. Mussina, 37, left New York's 8-5 victory over Boston on Sunday night after four innings because of tightness in his groin.
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September 8, 2007
T.J. Simers criticizes the general manager of the Dodgers by comparing the statistics of Milton Bradley and Andre Ethier. What he fails to mention is the reason why Bradley has played for four teams in the last five years, or that Ethier is still learning in just his second major league season. It is an unfortunate sign of our Times that Mr. Simers' job is to tease, condemn and antagonize everyone in his path. Knowledge of baseball, however, does not appear to be a job requirement.
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