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May 16, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The Houston Astros today released veteran left-hander Jerry Reuss from their Triple A farm club in Tucson. Reuss, 40, had no record and a 15.19 earned-run average in five games for the Toros. In 5 1/3innings he allowed 18 hits and 14 runs, nine of them earned. Reuss has a career record of 220-191 with eight teams. He won 18 games in 1975 with the Pittsburgh Pirates and again in 1982 with the Dodgers. Last season he was 9-9 with a 5.13 ERA with the Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee Brewers.
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March 15, 1996 | LARRY STEWART
Channel 9 finally has an Angel announcing team. It is Steve Physioc and Jerry Reuss. Jeff Torborg was the first choice as commentator, but he had to drop out because of a family matter. Then second choice Dave Winfield this week was named a studio host for Fox. Reuss was next in line. Prime Sports is undecided on whether it will use Reuss on its Angel telecasts.
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March 5, 1990
The Chicago White Sox have invited pitcher Jerry Reuss, 40, to the team's minor league training camp.
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November 9, 1993 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jerry Reuss has thrown a no-hitter and won a World Series game, an All-Star game and a championship ring in the major leagues, but it wasn't until after his 1990 retirement that he finally fulfilled a long-time baseball dream. He made it to first base. That's where Reuss, a former Dodger and Angel left-hander, always wanted to be. But when the junior varsity team at Ritenour High School in St.
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May 31, 1986
How long is Tom Lasorda going to inflict the game-losing combination of Jerry Reuss and Tom Niedenfuer upon us long-suffering Dodger fans? That overpaid, under-producing dismal duo are the worst bad-news twosome since Nixon and Agnew. WALKER A. TOMPKINS Santa Barbara
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December 6, 1986
All we want for Christmas is for the Dodgers to sign Tim Raines, trade Jerry Reuss, drop Al Campanis, make Bill Russell the manager, and make Tommy Lasorda the general manager. STEVE WIMER San Clemente
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March 15, 1996 | LARRY STEWART
Channel 9 finally has an Angel announcing team. It is Steve Physioc and Jerry Reuss. Jeff Torborg was the first choice as commentator, but he had to drop out because of a family matter. Then second choice Dave Winfield this week was named a studio host for Fox. Reuss was next in line. Prime Sports is undecided on whether it will use Reuss on its Angel telecasts.
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April 19, 1987
The Cincinnati Reds announced Saturday that left-handed pitcher Jerry Reuss has signed a contract with their Class AAA Nashville farm club. The former Dodger will join Nashville Thursday, and the Reds say he will be called up if he pitches well. Reuss, 37, was released by the Dodgers this month after making just one appearance. He pitched two innings against the San Francisco Giants April 9, allowing 2 hits and 1 run.
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May 10, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Jerry Reuss earned his 200th major league victory Monday night, pitching the Chicago White Sox to a 3-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles. Dan Pasqua drove in three runs with a sacrifice fly and a home run, enabling the 38-year-old Reuss to become the 86th 200-game winner. The former Dodger and Angel joined Milt Pappas as the only pitchers to win 200 without a 20-win season. "I thought about it (winning his 200th game) a lot this winter," Reuss said. "I didn't know if I'd get the opportunity.
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May 1, 1987 | Associated Press
Tom O'Malley's RBI single in the bottom of the fifth inning scored Cecil Espy from third base to snap a 2-2 tie and help give Oklahoma City to a 5-2 victory over Nashville in an American Association baseball game Thursday night. Jerry Reuss, 0-2, who recently joined the Sounds after being released by the Los Angeles Dodgers, took the loss. Oklahoma starter Kirk Killingsworth, 1-1, pitched seven innings, allowed five hits and both Nashville runs for his first victory of the season.
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May 16, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The Houston Astros today released veteran left-hander Jerry Reuss from their Triple A farm club in Tucson. Reuss, 40, had no record and a 15.19 earned-run average in five games for the Toros. In 5 1/3innings he allowed 18 hits and 14 runs, nine of them earned. Reuss has a career record of 220-191 with eight teams. He won 18 games in 1975 with the Pittsburgh Pirates and again in 1982 with the Dodgers. Last season he was 9-9 with a 5.13 ERA with the Chicago White Sox and Milwaukee Brewers.
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March 5, 1990
The Chicago White Sox have invited pitcher Jerry Reuss, 40, to the team's minor league training camp.
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August 6, 1989
Early in the 1971 baseball season, pitcher Jerry Reuss, a 21-year-old left-hander with the St. Louis Cardinals, faced the Houston Astros in the Astrodome, his first start in the stadium. Recalling the game, Reuss told USA Today: "I couldn't even get out of the first inning. I loaded the bases, then gave up a grand slam." The player who hit the grand slam won a new car, as part of an Astro promotion. The following year, Reuss was traded to Houston.
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May 13, 1989 | DAN HAFNER
When outfielder Jim Eisenreich received his first chance to play in the majors in 1982 with the Minnesota Twins, it was predicted that he would become a star. However, the left-handed hitting prospect developed a nervous disorder known as Tourette's syndrome. Playing in front of crowds didn't help the problem. It became even worse when some fans taunted him. Although he was batting over .300, Eisenreich lasted only 34 games as a rookie. After 48 games in three seasons, he was out of baseball by 1985.
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April 5, 1989 | JOHN WEYLER, Times Staff Writer
Angel rookie Dante Bichette got a surprise start Tuesday, but no one was talking about the Angels' youth movement after the Chicago White Sox strolled to a 9-2 opening-day victory at Anaheim Stadium. It was Chicago's geriatric battery of pitcher Jerry Reuss and catcher Carlton Fisk who energized the White Sox and proved you're never too old to beat the Angels.
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May 10, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Jerry Reuss earned his 200th major league victory Monday night, pitching the Chicago White Sox to a 3-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles. Dan Pasqua drove in three runs with a sacrifice fly and a home run, enabling the 38-year-old Reuss to become the 86th 200-game winner. The former Dodger and Angel joined Milt Pappas as the only pitchers to win 200 without a 20-win season. "I thought about it (winning his 200th game) a lot this winter," Reuss said. "I didn't know if I'd get the opportunity.
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