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August 23, 2008 | From the Associated Press
New York 9, at Baltimore 4: Xavier Nady singled in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning for the Yankees, who improved to 3-50 when trailing after seven innings. Boston 8, at Toronto 4: The Red Sox, who won for the 10th time in their last 14 road games, ended a club-record six-game losing streak at Toronto. They beat the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre for the first time since completing a three-game sweep on May 10, 2007. Cleveland 7, at Texas 5: Fausto Carmona pitched six strong innings, yielding one run and six hits, as the Indians won for the 11th time in their last 14 games.
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August 23, 2008 | From the Associated Press
New York 9, at Baltimore 4: Xavier Nady singled in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning for the Yankees, who improved to 3-50 when trailing after seven innings. Boston 8, at Toronto 4: The Red Sox, who won for the 10th time in their last 14 road games, ended a club-record six-game losing streak at Toronto. They beat the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre for the first time since completing a three-game sweep on May 10, 2007. Cleveland 7, at Texas 5: Fausto Carmona pitched six strong innings, yielding one run and six hits, as the Indians won for the 11th time in their last 14 games.
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June 3, 2005 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Jeff Clement knows the history. "Twelve national championships," he said. "The most players in the major leagues." And he knows the names of the major league stars, past and present. Tom Seaver, Mark McGwire. Randy Johnson, Mark Prior, Barry Zito, Geoff Jenkins. Clement came to USC because he wanted to be part of that lineage. And while he doesn't have a national title to show for it, a place in professional baseball could be just around the corner.
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June 3, 2005 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Jeff Clement knows the history. "Twelve national championships," he said. "The most players in the major leagues." And he knows the names of the major league stars, past and present. Tom Seaver, Mark McGwire. Randy Johnson, Mark Prior, Barry Zito, Geoff Jenkins. Clement came to USC because he wanted to be part of that lineage. And while he doesn't have a national title to show for it, a place in professional baseball could be just around the corner.
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November 9, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
Rescue workers near Salt Lake City battled a steady snowstorm to recover the body of a New Hampshire man who was killed when an avalanche swept a party of five snowboarders down a rocky slope in the Wasatch Mountains. Jeff Clement, 21, of Henniker, N.H., was killed by an avalanche that swept down the cliffs and exposed rocks of Mt. Baldy, a favorite destination for snowboarders. The four others caught in the avalanche survived. One woman was hospitalized in serious condition.
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February 15, 1998 | Associated Press
Grinnell set an NCAA record with 13 players making three-point baskets Saturday in a 104-73 Midwest Conference victory over Monmouth at Monmouth, Ill. The Pioneers attempted 76 shots from three-point range, three shy of their Division III record, and made 25--five shy of their record. The previous college record for most players making three-point baskets in one game was 11, set by St. Mary's of Maryland on Jan. 21, 1994, against Bard College.
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March 28, 2003
BASEBALL Cal State Fullerton at Long Beach State, 6:30 p.m. Friday, 1 p.m. Saturday-Sunday -- For the first time in this series, both teams are ranked in the top five in the nation. No. 4 Fullerton leads the series, 87-46, but No. 5 Long Beach has defeated the Titans four in a row. Arizona State at USC, 6 p.m. Friday, 1 p.m. Saturday-Sunday -- USC catcher Jeff Clement leads the nation with 14 home runs. Arizona State rode a 28-1 start to a No. 3 national ranking but has lost four of eight against Oklahoma, Wichita State and Stanford.
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May 7, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell has asked several former and current major leaguers for medical and telephone records, requests the players' union says overstep the scope of baseball's steroids investigation. Michael Weiner, the union's No. 3 official, sent an e-mail to agents Friday telling them to inform the union if Mitchell contacts any clients.
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December 6, 2001 | Eric Sondheimer
The football recruiting competition is going to heat up for several top players from Harbor City Narbonne High after the Gauchos play in the City Invitational final Friday night at the Coliseum. Offensive lineman Alex Potasi is trying to make a decision between USC and UCLA. He committed as a junior to USC but reconsidered after Paul Hackett was fired as coach. Running back Marcus O'Keith is considering Nebraska, Notre Dame, California and Washington, Narbonne Coach J.R. Munoz said.
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June 28, 2005
Two-thirds of baseball's first-round picks in the 2005 amateur baseball draft have been signed. The signing bonuses for those selections: * 1. Arizona, Justin Upton, SS, Great Bridge High, Chesapeake, Va., not signed. 2. Kansas City, Alex Gordon, 3B, Nebraska, not signed. 3. Seattle, Jeff Clement, C, USC, not signed. 4. Washington, Ryan Zimmerman, 3B, Virginia, $2,975,000. 5. Milwaukee, Ryan Braun, 3B, Miami, $2,450,000. 6. Toronto, Ricky Romero, LHP, Cal State Fullerton, $2,400,000. 7.
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