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January 17, 2004 | Ben Bolch, From Staff and Wire Reports
Continuing recent efforts to fortify their bench, the Dodgers on Friday signed free agent Jeremy Giambi to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training. Giambi batted only .197 with five home runs and 15 runs batted in during an injury-plagued season in 2003 with the Boston Red Sox, but the Dodgers like the potential upside of a 29-year-old with a career on-base percentage of .377.
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January 17, 2004 | Ben Bolch, From Staff and Wire Reports
Continuing recent efforts to fortify their bench, the Dodgers on Friday signed free agent Jeremy Giambi to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training. Giambi batted only .197 with five home runs and 15 runs batted in during an injury-plagued season in 2003 with the Boston Red Sox, but the Dodgers like the potential upside of a 29-year-old with a career on-base percentage of .377.
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December 12, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Baseball sluggers Jason Giambi and Gary Sheffield, boxer Shane Mosley and Oakland Raider teammates Bill Romanowski and Barret Robbins were among the latest athletes to appear before a grand jury in San Francisco probing a nutritional supplements lab. Also appearing Thursday was Jeremy Giambi, the younger brother of Jason. "It went good," Jason Giambi said as the brothers left the grand jury room, accompanied by agent Arn Tellem. "I can't really talk about it."
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December 12, 2003 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Baseball sluggers Jason Giambi and Gary Sheffield, boxer Shane Mosley and Oakland Raider teammates Bill Romanowski and Barret Robbins were among the latest athletes to appear before a grand jury in San Francisco probing a nutritional supplements lab. Also appearing Thursday was Jeremy Giambi, the younger brother of Jason. "It went good," Jason Giambi said as the brothers left the grand jury room, accompanied by agent Arn Tellem. "I can't really talk about it."
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September 5, 1998 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeremy Giambi calls this his "season without slumps." It produced a .372 batting average--the best in triple-A--with the Kansas City Royals' farm club in Omaha and now it has given him a chance to show what he can do in the major leagues in the final weeks of the season. He hopes his stretch of success doesn't change. "This is a great opportunity, and I want to try to make the most of it," Giambi said.
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May 21, 2000 | DENNIS GEORGATOS, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Jason Giambi watched from the bench as Jeremy Giambi followed his big brother's homer with one of his own three innings later. As Jeremy rounded the bases, Jason got high-fives and fist bumps in the dugout from Oakland Athletics teammates. Then Jeremy crossed the plate to a second wave of congratulations, including a quick rap of the fists from his brother. The two became the eighth set of brothers on the same team to homer in the same game, on May 8.
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April 12, 1996 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jason and Jeremy Giambi had one of those big brother-to-little brother, heart-to-heart talks in January, and Jason told Jeremy in so many words: Hey, this is your year. It's your time to emerge as one of the dominant players in college baseball. "I think it was Jason's way of telling him that it was time for Jeremy to come out of his shadow too," said their father, John, recalling the conversation. And that is no small shadow. Jason Giambi hit .
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April 15, 2001
Up Close guests, at ESPN Zone in Downtown Disney: Monday, noon, Jason and Jeremy Giambi; Tuesday, noon, Freddie Mitchell; Thursday, noon, Sterling Marlin; Friday, 3 p.m., Dan Patrick.
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October 5, 2001 | Bill Shaikin
ANGELS' RAMON ORTIZ (13-10, 4.31 ERA) vs. ATHLETICS' TIM HUDSON (17-9, 3.42 ERA) Edison Field, 7 TV--Fox Sports Net. Radio--KLAC (570). Update--Tony and Billy Conigliaro combined to hit 54 home runs for the 1970 Boston Red Sox, the major league record for brother teammates. Oakland's Jason and Jeremy Giambi teamed to hit 53 last season and 49 so far this season.
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June 10, 2001 | Associated Press
A day after leaving a game because of a tight left groin, Andy Pettitte said he expected to make his next scheduled start for the New York Yankees. Pettitte came out of the Yankees' 7-4 victory over the Atlanta Braves on Friday night in the sixth inning. He said he would do his between-starts throwing Tuesday. "Just a little tightness," he said. "If I have no problems Tuesday, I'll be thumbs up for Thursday."
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May 21, 2000 | DENNIS GEORGATOS, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Jason Giambi watched from the bench as Jeremy Giambi followed his big brother's homer with one of his own three innings later. As Jeremy rounded the bases, Jason got high-fives and fist bumps in the dugout from Oakland Athletics teammates. Then Jeremy crossed the plate to a second wave of congratulations, including a quick rap of the fists from his brother. The two became the eighth set of brothers on the same team to homer in the same game, on May 8.
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September 5, 1998 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeremy Giambi calls this his "season without slumps." It produced a .372 batting average--the best in triple-A--with the Kansas City Royals' farm club in Omaha and now it has given him a chance to show what he can do in the major leagues in the final weeks of the season. He hopes his stretch of success doesn't change. "This is a great opportunity, and I want to try to make the most of it," Giambi said.
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April 12, 1996 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jason and Jeremy Giambi had one of those big brother-to-little brother, heart-to-heart talks in January, and Jason told Jeremy in so many words: Hey, this is your year. It's your time to emerge as one of the dominant players in college baseball. "I think it was Jason's way of telling him that it was time for Jeremy to come out of his shadow too," said their father, John, recalling the conversation. And that is no small shadow. Jason Giambi hit .
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February 2, 2002 | From Associated Press
Jeffrey Loria doesn't have a signed agreement to buy the Florida Marlins from John Henry, but baseball's ownership committee already has recommended approval of the sale. In another unusual development in baseball's bizarre off-season, the ownership committee convened by telephone conference call Friday and unanimously agreed that owners should vote in favor of a deal that hasn't even been finalized. Henry, who heads the group that was given approval by major league owners on Jan.
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February 26, 1996 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was hardly perfect baseball weather with temperatures in the 40s and a hailstorm that hit late in the game, but that didn't bother Cal State Fullerton on Sunday night. But then nothing much has been bothering the top-ranked Titans lately. Fullerton won its 12th consecutive game after a season-opening loss, claiming the Anaheim Hilton & Towers Baseball Classic title with a 17-4 victory over USC (10-3) in front of 2,313 at Titan Field.
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