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June 16, 2001 | GARY KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Bruksch expected to be on the mound at Rosenblatt Stadium once, maybe twice, during the College World Series. As Stanford's No. 2 pitcher, Bruksch was a strong candidate to start the Cardinal's second game and, possibly, the national championship game if Stanford went unbeaten through its bracket. Instead, Bruksch was shifted to his relief role of last season and tied a World Series record with three saves.
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June 16, 2001 | GARY KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Bruksch expected to be on the mound at Rosenblatt Stadium once, maybe twice, during the College World Series. As Stanford's No. 2 pitcher, Bruksch was a strong candidate to start the Cardinal's second game and, possibly, the national championship game if Stanford went unbeaten through its bracket. Instead, Bruksch was shifted to his relief role of last season and tied a World Series record with three saves.
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SPORTS
April 22, 2001
Senior right-hander Rik Currier pitched eight shutout innings and the eighth-ranked USC baseball team went on to defeat top-ranked Stanford, 7-0, before 1,232 on Saturday at Dedeaux Field. It was the Trojans' second victory against their Pacific 10 Conference rival in a three-game series that concludes today--the game starting at 1 p.m. The victory was the 10th in 12 games for USC (29-13 overall, 10-4 in the Pac-10). It's the first time the Cardinal (31-10, 10-4) has been shut out in 196 games.
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April 10, 2001 | JOHN KLIMA
When Pepperdine left-hander Noah Lowry struck out 15 batters Saturday against Santa Clara, he did more than break his personal record of 13 strikeouts against Gonzaga in his previous start. Lowry broke Randy Wolf's school record of 14 strikeouts against Portland in 1997. Lowry, formerly of Nordhoff High and Ventura College, is 9-1 and leads the West Coast Conference with a 1.90 earned-run average.
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June 25, 2005 | From Associated Press
Mark Prior will return to the Chicago Cubs' rotation and start Sunday's game against the White Sox, Cub Manager Dusty Baker said Friday. Prior has been on the disabled list since May 28 after he fractured his right elbow when he was hit by a line drive in a game against the Colorado Rockies the previous day. Baker had planned to wait until today before picking Sunday's starter, but announced his decision to go with Prior after the Cubs' 12-2 loss to the White Sox.
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June 10, 2000 | GARY KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stanford is the most experienced team in the College World Series, and that was evident Friday night in the Cardinal's opener against first-time participant Louisiana Lafayette. Senior Edmund Muth and junior Joe Borchard hit home runs, junior right-hander Jason Young pitched 7 1/3 innings and senior third baseman John Gall made several outstanding defensive plays as Stanford defeated the Ragin' Cajuns, 6-4, before 23,830 at Rosenblatt Stadium.
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August 8, 1991
The West L.A. Bruins, a Little League team primarily made up of Westside 11- and 12-year-olds, won the 80-team Stars of Tomorrow tournament at LaCrosse, Wis., last week. The Bruins won six games in three days, beating the Wauckesha Blazers, 4-0, for the championship. The team was coached by Ron Coleman. Team members were Ryan Coleman, Matthew Windisch, Danny Phillips, Brian Sterz, Royal McMakon, John Wilson, Ryan Schaffer, Peter Baldwin, Jeff Bruksch, Sean Ahkavi and Natti Heisler.
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June 14, 2001 | GARY KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Bruksch was Stanford's No. 2 starting pitcher before the World Series, but he has reverted to his role as the Cardinal's closer in the College World Series and has been outstanding. Bruksch, who had 13 saves last season, pitched two scoreless innings Wednesday night in the Cardinal's 4-1 victory over Cal State Fullerton for his third save of the series. Bruksch tied the single-series record shared by three players, most recently Michael Neu of Miami in 1999.
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April 9, 1998 | GARY KLEIN
Angela Williams of Chino and Justin Fargas of Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, the defending state champions in the girls' and boys' 100 meters, lead an impressive field of local and national competitors who will take part in the 31st annual Arcadia Invitational on Saturday at Arcadia High. Field events begin at 4 p.m., running events at 6:15. Williams, Track & Field News magazine's 1997 national female high school athlete of the year, will compete in the 100 and 200.
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July 31, 2003 | From Associated Press
The Oakland Athletics bulked up their outfield by getting Jose Guillen from the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday for right-hander Aaron Harang and minor league pitchers Joe Valentine and Jeff Bruksch. Guillen was the Reds' top hitter, filling in because of Ken Griffey Jr.'s injuries. He was batting .337 -- third in the National League -- with 23 home runs and 63 runs batted in. Guillen, 27, is going to his fifth team in seven years.
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June 16, 2001 | GARY KLEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Scott Dragicevich and Kevin Howard patrolled the left side of the infield for Westlake High in 1998. But the friends will be in opposite dugouts today when Stanford plays Miami in the College World Series championship game at Rosenblatt Stadium. Dragicevich, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound junior shortstop, has demonstrated during the series why he is the backbone of a Stanford infield that has a nation-leading .979 fielding percentage. Howard, a 6-3, 185-pound sophomore third baseman, has made several clutch defensive plays and has energized the Hurricane offense.
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