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It was impossible to ignore the multihued jackets Shaq, Kobe and the rest of the Lakers donned immediately after their victory Wednesday night in the NBA Finals. The 2002 Championship "Three-Peat" leather jackets, emblazoned with the L.A. skyline and palm trees, were created by L.A. designer Jeff Hamilton, who has done hundreds of custom jackets for sports teams, as well as for celebs such as Madonna, Michael Jackson and former President Bill Clinton.
April 23, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Phillipe Goitschel of France set a speed-skiing record and won the World Cup event Wednesday at Les Arcs, France, with American Jeff Hamilton taking second place.
April 9, 1988
Jeff Hamilton pinch-running for Pedro Guerrero in the seventh inning of a 1-0 game? Tommy Lasorda is going to make this a long season. JON MILLER Encino
February 19, 1987
First baseman-outfielder Franklin Stubbs and six other Dodgers have signed one-year contracts, the club announced Wednesday. Also signing were outfielders Ralph Bryant and Jose Gonzalez, pitchers Brian Holton and Balvino Galvez, shortstop Craig Shipley and third baseman Jeff Hamilton. The signings raised to 34 the number of Dodgers under contract for the 1987 season. Remaining unsigned are relief pitcher Ken Howell, shortstop Mariano Duncan and pitcher Tim Scott.
May 11, 1991
Poor Jeff Hamilton (April 30). "He just doesn't know how much more he can take." "He hopes he can survive the next day." All because he is just a platoon player at third base for the Dodgers. Wake up, Jeff! Join the real world. "Everybody is ragging him and all he wants to know is, why?" Read your own quotes, Jeff, and see if you can't figure it out. BARBRA N. KEENE South Gate
February 20, 1988
Cicero once said: "To stumble twice against the same stone is a disgrace." Considering the cast of characters the Dodgers employed at third base last season and their mediocre performances: Dave Anderson (.978 field percentage), Phil Garner (.947), Jeff Hamilton (.935), Mickey Hatcher (.929) and Tracy Woodson (.958) for a combined sub-par figure of .949, 30 points below the league leader, Buddy Bell of Cincinnati (.979), how could they even consider Mike Marshall or Pedro Guerrero the panacea at the hot corner?
September 19, 1985
The Los Angeles-based fashion jeans maker alleged that officials of K mart's Designer Depot unit, its supplier, Fashion House of New York and Jeff Hamilton Inc., the exclusive licensee of Guess? men's jeans, conspired to change labels and sell them as women's jeans. Guess? had previously won a temporary restraining order to prevent the sale of the jeans. A K mart spokesman called the suit, filed in federal court in Los Angeles, "legal gimmickry of a novel sort."
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