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March 18, 1992
Steve Sisco had four hits and drove in three runs and Jeremy Carr had a grand slam as Cal State Fullerton beat Hartford (Conn.), 24-4, in a nonconference baseball game Tuesday at Amerige Park in Fullerton. Tony Banks added a three-run home run in the first inning for Fullerton (17-6). Phil Nevin had two hits and two runs batted in for the Titans.
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June 17, 1997 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Until April 25, Jeremy Carr was just another lower-level minor league outfielder in the Kansas City Royals' organization, looking for a way to go from being an "extra" to a "prospect." He found a way. On April 25, Carr began what so far has been the longest hitting streak in professional baseball this season. Through the next 31 games, the double-A Wichita Wranglers leadoff batter would get at least one hit, finally being stopped on May 30 by the El Paso Diablos.
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February 3, 1993 | SCOTT MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not that Jeremy Carr is Bitter, but . . . When he was thumbed out on that last stolen base attempt? Terrible call! Just brutal! And that called strike in his last at-bat? Nuh-uh. If the pitch had been any farther outside, it would have arrived with icicles hanging from it! Come on! No, not that Carr is bitter, but that's what his Cal State Fullerton teammates call him. Bitter.
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June 6, 1996 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This isn't exactly a garden spot. The wind whips in off the prairie in gritty gusts, and the temperature this time of the year exceeds 100. The humidity hovers and clings. Here, the locals are certain to tell California visitors, you can see "Twister" and save the $6.50. But this is home for two former Cal State Fullerton baseball players, Steve Sisco and Jeremy Carr. At least for a while. They're teammates on the Wichita Wranglers, the Kansas City Royals' double-A team.
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June 6, 1996 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This isn't exactly a garden spot. The wind whips in off the prairie in gritty gusts, and the temperature this time of the year exceeds 100. The humidity hovers and clings. Here, the locals are certain to tell California visitors, you can see "Twister" and save the $6.50. But this is home for two former Cal State Fullerton baseball players, Steve Sisco and Jeremy Carr. At least for a while. They're teammates on the Wichita Wranglers, the Kansas City Royals' double-A team.
SPORTS
June 17, 1997 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Until April 25, Jeremy Carr was just another lower-level minor league outfielder in the Kansas City Royals' organization, looking for a way to go from being an "extra" to a "prospect." He found a way. On April 25, Carr began what so far has been the longest hitting streak in professional baseball this season. Through the next 31 games, the double-A Wichita Wranglers leadoff batter would get at least one hit, finally being stopped on May 30 by the El Paso Diablos.
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August 6, 1992 | BRENDAN HEALEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jeremy Carr is summering in Chatham. It's one of the nicest towns on Cape Cod, a delightful little burg where only the beaches are whiter than the picket fences. Not the typical tourist, though, Carr plays for Chatham's entry in the Cape Cod Baseball League, a Massachusetts summer league for collegians.
SPORTS
May 27, 1993
Four Orange County baseball players--three from Cal State Fullerton--were named to the NCAA Division I All-American baseball teams. The Titans' Dante Powell, a sophomore center fielder, made the second team. Powell hit .344 with 12 home runs and drove in 57 runs. He also stole 40 bases. Jeremy Carr, a senior second baseman from Cal State Fullerton and teammate Dan Ricabal, a junior pitcher, made the third team. Carr hit .352, scored 55 runs and stole 36 bases. Ricabal is 11-2 with a 3.
SPORTS
June 5, 1993
Three Cal State Fullerton baseball players--shortstop Nate Rodriquez, second baseman Jeremy Carr and outfielder Tony Banks--were selected Friday in the major league free-agent draft. Rodriquez, a steady defensive player who batted .280 with 26 runs and 28 runs batted in this season and had 30 career sacrifice hits, was a 21st-round pick of the Kansas City Royals. Carr, who hit .
SPORTS
April 26, 1993
After a shaky start, Dan Ricabal settled down and pitched Cal State Fullerton to a 12-5 victory over Grand Canyon in a nonconference baseball game Sunday at Titan Field. Ricabal hit the first batter, gave up a single to the second and then Darrin Forster drove in two runs with a triple. Forster scored on a double by Bryan Lundberg, giving Grand Canyon a 3-0 lead.
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February 3, 1993 | SCOTT MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not that Jeremy Carr is Bitter, but . . . When he was thumbed out on that last stolen base attempt? Terrible call! Just brutal! And that called strike in his last at-bat? Nuh-uh. If the pitch had been any farther outside, it would have arrived with icicles hanging from it! Come on! No, not that Carr is bitter, but that's what his Cal State Fullerton teammates call him. Bitter.
SPORTS
August 6, 1992 | BRENDAN HEALEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jeremy Carr is summering in Chatham. It's one of the nicest towns on Cape Cod, a delightful little burg where only the beaches are whiter than the picket fences. Not the typical tourist, though, Carr plays for Chatham's entry in the Cape Cod Baseball League, a Massachusetts summer league for collegians.
SPORTS
March 18, 1992
Steve Sisco had four hits and drove in three runs and Jeremy Carr had a grand slam as Cal State Fullerton beat Hartford (Conn.), 24-4, in a nonconference baseball game Tuesday at Amerige Park in Fullerton. Tony Banks added a three-run home run in the first inning for Fullerton (17-6). Phil Nevin had two hits and two runs batted in for the Titans.
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May 22, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Had Ohio State's shortstop and second baseman played halfway between the infield and outfield grass, a ninth-inning grounder by Cal State Fullerton's Steve Sisco could have been turned into a double play, and the Buckeyes and Titans would have gone to extra innings. Instead, Ohio State Coach Bob Todd's decision to bring in his infield with one out and the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth allowed Sisco's hard-hit chopper to barely elude Buckeye shortstop Doug Wollenburg.
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May 6, 1993 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the aftermath of Cal State Fullerton's 7-3 loss Wednesday to Cal State Northridge, Titan Coach Augie Garrido had more pressing things on his mind than being denied his 1,000th victory. Garrido was upset by what he perceives as an ill-timed tailspin that has his team lumped with too many others who hope to impress the NCAA committee that will award at-large berths to the NCAA tournament.
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