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May 12, 1997 | COLL METCALFE
A 5-year-old Moorpark boy who was run over by a minivan appeared to escape serious injury, authorities said Sunday. According to police, Jeremy Hernandez was lying on top of a skateboard and pulling himself with his hands along a sidewalk in the 400 block of Bard Street in Moorpark when he was run over by the vehicle about 7 p.m. Saturday. Police said Isabel Arias, 40, of Camarillo was traveling north on Bard Street and was pulling into a driveway when she struck Hernandez.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1997 | COLL METCALFE
A 5-year-old Moorpark boy who was run over by a minivan appeared to escape serious injury, authorities said Sunday. According to police, Jeremy Hernandez was lying on top of a skateboard and pulling himself with his hands along a sidewalk in the 400 block of Bard Street in Moorpark when he was run over by the vehicle about 7 p.m. Saturday. Police said Isabel Arias, 40, of Camarillo was traveling north on Bard Street and was pulling into a driveway when she struck Hernandez.
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SPORTS
February 21, 1987
Jeremy Hernandez allowed two runs and six hits in seven innings, and John Balfarz drove in two runs to lead Cal State Northridge to a 6-2 victory over San Diego State in nonconference college baseball game Friday at Smith Field. Hernandez (3-1) allowed two runs in the fifth inning, but Northridge was already leading, 6-0. Northridge (7-4) scored two runs in the first, one in the second and three in the fourth. Aztec starter Greg Page (1-1), was charged with five runs in 3 innings.
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May 29, 1994 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nobody would have blamed Jeremy Hernandez for feeling like a Marlin out of water. The hard-throwing right-hander, a long reliever and setup man during his four-year major league career, was accustomed to pitching in tight spots. But taking over for Bryan Harvey, Florida's bullpen ace and one of the premier closers in the game, was another thing altogether. Even the most seasoned professional might sweat.
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April 10, 1986 | GORDON MONSON, Times Staff Writer
An hour before Wednesday's Cal State Northridge-Cal State Los Angeles baseball game, CSUN Coach Terry Craven called his players together for one of those team meetings--a sort of spiritual you-gotta-believe revival--that's supposed to turn a struggling team around. It seemed as if Craven might as well have been straightening deck chairs on the Titanic. The Matadors were in a slump.
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March 28, 1985 | Special to The Times
No matter how much fun the Cal State Northridge baseball team may be having between games here, the Matadors probably can't wait to return to mainland baseball fields. The Matadors managed only three hits in a 3-0 loss to Hawaii on Wednesday--their fourth defeat in six games in the 10th annual Rainbow-Easter Baseball Tournament at the University of Hawaii. The Matadors (23-11-1) face Brigham Young University today and conclude the round-robin tournament Friday against Lewis and Clark College.
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February 7, 1987 | STEVE ELLING, Times Staff Writer
A slew of tobacco-spewing scouts turned out to watch Cal State Northridge junior right-hander Jeremy Hernandez make his season debut against Pepperdine on Friday, and five even brought along their Juggs radar guns to check out the howitzer on Hernandez. But Hernandez, the Matadors' top pitcher last season with a mark of 6-6 and an ERA of 2.56, wasn't quite up to snuff. As a result, none of the guns--Hernandez's arm or the mechanical ones--were around for very long.
SPORTS
March 1, 1986 | DAVID MORGAN
There may be no such thing as a moral victory, but this came close. The Cal State Northridge baseball team, which looked bad in winning Thursday, looked good in losing, 1-0, to visiting Pepperdine on Friday. With sophomore Jeremy Hernandez pitching a five-hitter and the Matador defense committing just one error--after making seven against Cal Lutheran on Thursday--CSUN played well enough to win. And that was almost enough to satisfy CSUN Coach Terry Craven.
SPORTS
February 8, 1985 | JOE RESNICK
Todd Mustin singled past a drawn-in infield in the sixth inning to drive in the tying and go-ahead runs and spark Cal State Northridge to an 8-3 victory Thursday over Biola University in a game called after eight innings because of darkness. The Matadors, who have begun their defense of the NCAA Division II national championship with a 3-0 record, got four more of their runs off the bat of Matt MacArthur.
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March 8, 1986 | DAVID MORGAN
As his team struggled through the preseason, Cal State Northridge baseball Coach Terry Craven patiently looked for a leader to emerge from the dugout. His search ended Friday afternoon as the Matadors opened their California Collegiate Athletic Assn. schedule with a 4-0 victory at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Sophomore pitcher Jeremy Hernandez provided at least a temporary answer for what the Matadors had been lacking, allowing six hits in nine innings to even his record at 2-2.
SPORTS
July 4, 1993 | MIKE HISERMAN
Cleveland is not much of a place to visit, but Jeremy Hernandez certainly doesn't mind working there. The former Poly High and Cal State Northridge standout has been a mainstay in the Indians' bullpen since a June 1 deal that sent him to the American League from San Diego in exchange for Tracy Sanders and Fernando Hernandez, a pair of double-A outfielders. Hernandez, a right-hander who turns 27 on Wednesday, was used sporadically by the Padres.
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September 2, 1991 | BOB WOLF
Jeremy Hernandez, the Padres' latest hope to fill their need for a closer, figures he got the break of his life when he was converted into a relief pitcher last spring. Hernandez, 25, a 6-foot-5 right-hander who was born in Burbank and lives in Tujunga, is one of three players from triple-A Las Vegas who joined the Padres on Sunday when the roster limit was expanded from 25 to 40. The others are catcher Tom Lampkin and outfielder Jim Vatcher.
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July 2, 1989 | Gary Klein
Jeremy Hernandez has learned a few lessons during his three seasons in professional baseball, but one stands out above all others. "Every time you think you know where you're at," Hernandez says, "you're nowhere near where you think you are." Hernandez found that out firsthand this season. A former Cal State Northridge pitcher who was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the second round of the 1987 draft, Hernandez was 5-4 with a 2.81 earned-run average at Erie, Pa.
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June 4, 1987 | MIKE HISERMAN, Times Staff Writer
Jeremy Hernandez has a windup with more mechanical problems than a '79 Pinto and disastrous statistics to match, but today he's quite a bit richer for it. The St. Louis Cardinals made the Cal State Northridge right-hander their second-round selection in professional baseball's amateur draft Tuesday and almost immediately signed him to a contract. He received a bonus that, with incentives, could reach $50,000. He will report to the Cardinals' Erie, Pa., rookie team June 10.
SPORTS
April 19, 1987 | LARRY ROSOFF
Should the Cal State Northridge baseball team fall a game shy of either winning the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. title or being selected as the second conference representative to the NCAA Division II West Regional postseason tournament, the Matadors likely will point to the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against Chapman College as their downfall.
SPORTS
March 19, 1987 | MIKE HISERMAN, Times Staff Writer
The latest performance by Cal State Northridge pitcher Jeremy Hernandez inspires a question: Just how tough is it to be a professional baseball scout? Here is a college junior who is 6-5, 195 pounds and consistently throws in the 90 m.p.h. range. What more do these people need to know? Nevertheless, the scouts were out in force again on a windy Wednesday at Cal State Dominguez Hills, packing radar guns and spitting sunflower seeds.
SPORTS
April 19, 1987 | LARRY ROSOFF
Should the Cal State Northridge baseball team fall a game shy of either winning the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. title or being selected as the second conference representative to the NCAA Division II West Regional postseason tournament, the Matadors likely will point to the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against Chapman College as their downfall.
SPORTS
February 5, 1986 | GARY KLEIN
Baseball Coach Terry Craven was irritated after Cal State Northridge's season opener Tuesday against Cal State Long Beach. "This would've been nice," Craven said, "if they hadn't screwed up my scoreboard." Craven was upset with the students operating the Matador Field scoreboard, which locked up on the number 16 during the seventh inning. But he probably should have blamed his players. They were the ones who made the board tilt in an impressive 18-3 win at home.
SPORTS
February 21, 1987
Jeremy Hernandez allowed two runs and six hits in seven innings, and John Balfarz drove in two runs to lead Cal State Northridge to a 6-2 victory over San Diego State in nonconference college baseball game Friday at Smith Field. Hernandez (3-1) allowed two runs in the fifth inning, but Northridge was already leading, 6-0. Northridge (7-4) scored two runs in the first, one in the second and three in the fourth. Aztec starter Greg Page (1-1), was charged with five runs in 3 innings.
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February 7, 1987 | STEVE ELLING, Times Staff Writer
A slew of tobacco-spewing scouts turned out to watch Cal State Northridge junior right-hander Jeremy Hernandez make his season debut against Pepperdine on Friday, and five even brought along their Juggs radar guns to check out the howitzer on Hernandez. But Hernandez, the Matadors' top pitcher last season with a mark of 6-6 and an ERA of 2.56, wasn't quite up to snuff. As a result, none of the guns--Hernandez's arm or the mechanical ones--were around for very long.
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