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April 15, 2004 | Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writer
Fifty-seven Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduates have won Nobel Prizes. Four have walked on the moon. Only Jason Szuminski has retired Barry Bonds on a fly ball to left field. Not bad for a guy who went 10-11 with the NCAA Division III Engineers and knows more about aerospace engineering than painting the corners of the strike zone. "They're worlds apart," the San Diego Padre reliever said of his college major and baseball. "I haven't found any correlation at all.
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April 15, 2004 | Ben Bolch, Times Staff Writer
Fifty-seven Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduates have won Nobel Prizes. Four have walked on the moon. Only Jason Szuminski has retired Barry Bonds on a fly ball to left field. Not bad for a guy who went 10-11 with the NCAA Division III Engineers and knows more about aerospace engineering than painting the corners of the strike zone. "They're worlds apart," the San Diego Padre reliever said of his college major and baseball. "I haven't found any correlation at all.
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May 12, 2004 | From Associated Press
The Pittsburgh Pirates put Raul Mondesi on the restricted list Tuesday, a day after the outfielder said he planned to sit out the season. Mondesi, whose pay has been withheld most of the season because of a lawsuit, returned to his home in the Dominican Republic on Saturday. He was put on the restricted list after failing to show up for Tuesday's game against Colorado.
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April 5, 2004 | From Associated Press
Barry Bonds' lawyer says the federal government is singling out the San Francisco Giant slugger in the Bay Area steroid scandal. Michael Rains told the New York Times that the federal government appears intent on trying to set a perjury trap for Bonds. "I think they're trying to make an example out of him," Rains was quoted as saying by the paper.
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April 15, 2004 | Jason Reid, Times Staff Writer
More runs and consistency from pitcher Kazuhisa Ishii are among the top items on the Dodgers' long wish list. They put big check marks next to both Wednesday night after an 11-4 victory over the San Diego Padres at Petco Park. The Dodgers rebounded against their Southland rival a night after San Diego used a six-run fourth to cruise to an 8-3 victory in the series opener, pounding Padre starter David Wells in a six-run second and taking the second game before 34,558.
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