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October 7, 1997 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Did a line drive off the bat of the Philadelphia Phillies' Scott Rolen injure Hideo Nomo's right elbow? That question was asked on the July night when Nomo was struck and it is being asked again, since the 29-year-old Nomo is undergoing arthroscopic surgery today at the Centinela Hospital Medical Center to remove what are being described as "loose bodies" in the throwing elbow of the Dodger right-hander.
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October 7, 1997 | STEVE SPRINGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Did a line drive off the bat of the Philadelphia Phillies' Scott Rolen injure Hideo Nomo's right elbow? That question was asked on the July night when Nomo was struck and it is being asked again, since the 29-year-old Nomo is undergoing arthroscopic surgery today at the Centinela Hospital Medical Center to remove what are being described as "loose bodies" in the throwing elbow of the Dodger right-hander.
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September 3, 1995 | Bryan Rodgers
Jim Bruske wasn't certain if the call was ever going to come, but if it did, he wanted it to be the greatest day of his life. So when Dodger management approached the former Antelope Valley College standout about being a replacement player, he said, "Thanks, but no thanks." On the brink of his lifelong desire, the right-handed pitcher spent another season in the minors. Bruske pitched for triple-A Albuquerque and compiled a record of 7-5 with a 3.81 earned-run average.
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September 3, 1995 | Bryan Rodgers
Jim Bruske wasn't certain if the call was ever going to come, but if it did, he wanted it to be the greatest day of his life. So when Dodger management approached the former Antelope Valley College standout about being a replacement player, he said, "Thanks, but no thanks." On the brink of his lifelong desire, the right-handed pitcher spent another season in the minors. Bruske pitched for triple-A Albuquerque and compiled a record of 7-5 with a 3.81 earned-run average.
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August 24, 1998 | Associated Press
The Chicago Cubs sent struggling reliever Terry Adams to triple-A Iowa and called up pitcher Rodney Myers, who was also called up in July. . . . The San Diego Padres acquired outfielder Shea Morenz and right-hander Ray Ricken from the New York Yankees in exchange for right-handers Jim Bruske and Brad Kaufman. Both Morenz and Ricken will report to triple-A Las Vegas.
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August 30, 1998 | DAVE DESMOND
Former Simi Valley High and Fresno State pitcher Jeff Weaver, the 14th overall pick in the June draft, was promoted to the Class-A West Michigan Whitecaps by the Detroit Tigers on Friday. Weaver was 1-0 with a 1.50 earned-run average and had struck out 12 batters in 12 innings for the Jamestown Jammers of the short-season New York-Penn League.
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March 24, 1998 | Associated Press
Raul Mondesi had three doubles and drove in four runs as the Dodgers became the first team to score off Denny Neagle this spring, beating the Atlanta Braves, 8-4, in Kissimmee, Fla. John Smoltz made his second start for Atlanta since undergoing elbow surgery in the off-season. After pitching one perfect inning last Thursday, he worked two innings against the Dodgers and allowed one run and two hits.
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April 6, 1986
The University of San Diego's doubleheader loss to Loyola Marymount Saturday began as it ended--with home runs keying big innings for Loyola. The Lions (10-1, 27-6), ranked fifth in the nation, jumped to a 6-0 lead in the opening game on two homers in the first inning and went on to win, 12-1. Loyola added three homers in the ninth inning of the nightcap for a 16-6 victory over the Toreros (2-10, 18-16-2) in West Coast Athletic Conference play.
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April 6, 1998
Player: Salary Mike Piazza: $8,000,000 Raul Mondesi: 5,500,000 Ramon Martinez: 4,800,000 dl-Eric Karros: 4,500,000 Eric Young: 4,500,000 Todd Zeile: 3,200,000 Jose Vizcaino: 3,000,000 Hideo Nomo: 2,800,000 Ismael Valdes: 2,800,000 Mark Guthrie: 1,600,000 Scott Radinsky: 900,000 Todd Hollandsworth: 700,000 Chan Ho Park: 700,000 Darren Dreifort: 685,000 Darren Hall: 650,000 Antonio Osuna: 450,000 Thomas Howard: 425,000 Tom Prince: 350,000 dl-Roger Cedeno: 280,000 Wilton Guerrero: 265,000 Mike
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October 16, 1996 | Associated Press
Four Dodgers, including third baseman Mike Blowers and outfielder Chad Curtis, have elected to become free agents. Also deciding to become free agents were right-handed pitcher Jim Bruske and infielder Oreste Marrero. Blowers, 31, was acquired in a trade from the Seattle Mariners before the season. He batted .265 with six homers and 38 RBIs in 92 games, but injured his left knee on July 17 and didn't play after that. Curtis, 27, batted .
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July 28, 1998 | STEVE SPRINGER
A tough season got tougher Monday for the Dodgers and their chances of reaching the playoffs got slimmer. On the eve of the opener of a 10-game trip, the Dodgers learned they will have to make this journey without the services of starting pitcher Ismael Valdes, who was put on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained stomach muscle.
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March 18, 1998 | JASON REID
Rookie left-hander Dennis Reyes realizes the fifth spot in the Dodger pitching rotation belongs to right-hander Darren Dreifort. The anticipated competition between them didn't materialize, but Reyes isn't discouraged. He still believes he can make the 25-man roster, and he's determined to prove he can contribute. Reyes pitched well at times Tuesday in the Dodgers' 11-7 exhibition victory over the Kansas City Royals at Holman Stadium in Vero Beach, Fla.
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