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April 10, 2009 | BILL SHAIKIN
As darkness gave way to dawn, the doctors delivered the awful news: There was nothing more they could do to save his son. Jim Adenhart found his sanctuary where his son found joy. The hospital was no place for a grieving father, not in the hour after death, not when there was solace in life, and in baseball. And so the Angels unlocked their stadium, and their clubhouse, for a private sunrise service Thursday morning.
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December 22, 1990
Pitchers Terry Wells of the Dodgers, Tom Edens of Milwaukee, Gary Eave of San Francisco, Lance McCullers of Detroit, John Cerutti of Toronto, Jeff Musselman of the New York Mets and Pat Clements of San Diego were among 13 players who became free agents when their teams failed to offer them contracts.
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May 9, 1986
Eric Pappas homered and tripled to drive in three runs Thursday to lead the Palm Springs Angels to a 9-3 win over Ventura County. Scott Marrett (3-2) went 5 innings to win the California League game. Jeff Musselman (2-3) took the loss for the Gulls, who fell 3 1/2 games behind Palm Springs.
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November 27, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
The Toronto Blue Jays signed outfielder Mookie Wilson to a three-year contract, the American League club announced today. Terms of the deal, which calls for two years plus an option, were not disclosed. Wilson, 33, joined the Blue Jays from the New York Mets as the player to be named later in a trade that sent pitcher Jeff Musselman to the Mets on Aug. 1. The switch-hitter batted .298 in 54 games for the Blue Jays, helping them to the American League East Division title.
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July 4, 1986
Gulls first baseman Domingo Martinez greeted Palm Springs relief pitcher Barry Dacus with a two-out single in the top of the ninth inning, scoring the winning run in Ventura County's 4-3 win Thursday night over the Angels in Palm Springs. Martinez's single scored Greg Myers, who started the rally with a base hit off Angel starter Scott Marrett, who is from Woodland Hills. Geronimo Berroa also singled to knock Marrett from the game.
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July 26, 1986
Geronimo Berroa hit two home runs and drove in five to lift the Ventura County Gulls past the Visalia Oaks, 7-4, Friday afternoon at Ventura College. Berroa hit his 14th homer with two on base in the first inning, and his 15th with one on in the seventh. Berroa's efforts, and a two-run homer in the eighth by Jim Bishop, made a winner of right-hander Tom Wasilewski (6-2). Jeff Musselman started the game for the Gulls and was relieved by Wasilewski in the seventh.
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May 31, 1986
Left-hander Jeff Musselman struck out six and tossed a five-hitter Friday as the Ventura County Gulls knocked off Visalia, 8-3, to complete a three-game California League sweep of the Oaks in Visalia. Musselman (4-3) opened the game by retiring the first 13 hitters he faced before Gary Borg singled in the fifth inning. He lost his shutout bid in the ninth when Visalia's Tom Schwarz lifted a pop fly to right field that was misplayed into a three-run double.
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September 7, 1989 | From Associated Press
Gregg Jefferies homered twice, doubled twice and drove in five runs today, leading the Mets past the St. Louis Cardinals 13-1 as Frank Viola got more runs than he did in all seven of his previous starts for New York. Jefferies doubled in the first, hit a two-run homer in the third, doubled in the fourth and hit a three-run homer in the fifth. It was the first five-RBI game of his one-year major league career. St.
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