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February 10, 1987
Orange Coast College defeated Cypress, 3-2, late Sunday to win the College of the Desert baseball tournament championship at Palm Desert. Orange Coast pitcher Jim Dedrick had nine strikeouts to get the victory. Pirate third baseman Ralph Ramirez, named the tournament's most valuable player, played excellent defense and drove in seven runs in the tournament.
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August 12, 1995 | Associated Press
Jim Dedrick, a right-handed pitcher from Huntington Beach High, Orange Coast and Southern California College, was called up Friday by the Orioles. He had a 4-0 record with a 1.79 earned-run average for Rochester (N.Y.), the Orioles' triple-A team.
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August 12, 1995 | Associated Press
Jim Dedrick, a right-handed pitcher from Huntington Beach High, Orange Coast and Southern California College, was called up Friday by the Orioles. He had a 4-0 record with a 1.79 earned-run average for Rochester (N.Y.), the Orioles' triple-A team.
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July 12, 1993 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
It took two strong seasons, but former Southern California College pitcher Jim Dedrick is finally gaining notoriety for his exploits on the mound instead of his one famous prank off it. Dedrick was one of the "Wausau Water Boys," five minor leaguers who, hoping to improve the chances of a rainout in South Bend, Ind., late in the 1990 season, pulled the tarpaulin off the field during a storm the night before a doubleheader. The Wausau (Wis.
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May 17, 1986 | JIM McCURDIE, Times Staff Writer
Esperanza High School entered the Southern Section 4-A playoffs with 20 victories and enough .400 hitters to fill more than half of a lineup card. Huntington Beach came into postseason play with a pitcher named Jeff Haack and a batting order that generally produced more outs than runs. So why, Esperanza Coach Mike Curran wondered, were some coaches picking the Aztecs to lose when the teams met in Friday's first round, as one newspaper reported earlier this week?
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July 4, 1992 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a minor league moment rich in have-vs.-have-not symbolism. Chipper Jones of the Durham Bulls, the No. 1 pick of the 1990 draft, stepped in to face Jim Dedrick, a Frederick (Md.) Keys right-hander who lasted until the 33rd round of the same draft. Jones hit Carolina League pitchers hard--he was batting .
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July 12, 1993 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
It took two strong seasons, but former Southern California College pitcher Jim Dedrick is finally gaining notoriety for his exploits on the mound instead of his one famous prank off it. Dedrick was one of the "Wausau Water Boys," five minor leaguers who, hoping to improve the chances of a rainout in South Bend, Ind., late in the 1990 season, pulled the tarpaulin off the field during a storm the night before a doubleheader. The Wausau (Wis.
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May 10, 1990
Christ College Irvine placed three players and Southern California College two on the Golden State Athletic Conference All-conference baseball team. Keith Laszlo, a junior third baseman, was selected from Christ College Irvine, along with sophomores Paul Weldon, an outfielder, and Mike Adams, a designated hitter. Denny Berni, a senior catcher who led the conference with 11 doubles and a .479 batting average, and Jim Dedrick, a senior pitcher who was 4-3 and had led the conference with a 2.
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August 16, 1990 | MARTIN BECK
Former Southern California College pitcher Jim Dedrick was among five players suspended and fined an undisclosed amount Wednesday by the Class-A Midwest League for a prank apparently meant to cause the cancellation of a doubleheader Monday in South Bend, Ind. The players--Dedrick, pitchers John Boothby and Kip Yaughn, catcher Jimmy Roso and shortstop Brad Hildreth, all members of the Wausau (Wis.
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May 22, 1986
Huntington Beach High School pitcher Jeff Haack, who had a 10-2 record, 106 strikeouts and an 0.82 earned-run average during the regular season, has been named the Sunset League's Player of The Year by a vote of the league's coaches. Haack, a senior left-hander who has signed a letter of intent to attend UC Irvine, was the only Huntington Beach player named to the first team.
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July 4, 1992 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was a minor league moment rich in have-vs.-have-not symbolism. Chipper Jones of the Durham Bulls, the No. 1 pick of the 1990 draft, stepped in to face Jim Dedrick, a Frederick (Md.) Keys right-hander who lasted until the 33rd round of the same draft. Jones hit Carolina League pitchers hard--he was batting .
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February 10, 1987
Orange Coast College defeated Cypress, 3-2, late Sunday to win the College of the Desert baseball tournament championship at Palm Desert. Orange Coast pitcher Jim Dedrick had nine strikeouts to get the victory. Pirate third baseman Ralph Ramirez, named the tournament's most valuable player, played excellent defense and drove in seven runs in the tournament.
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May 17, 1986 | JIM McCURDIE, Times Staff Writer
Esperanza High School entered the Southern Section 4-A playoffs with 20 victories and enough .400 hitters to fill more than half of a lineup card. Huntington Beach came into postseason play with a pitcher named Jeff Haack and a batting order that generally produced more outs than runs. So why, Esperanza Coach Mike Curran wondered, were some coaches picking the Aztecs to lose when the teams met in Friday's first round, as one newspaper reported earlier this week?
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March 5, 1989
Travis Willis pitched a seven-hitter and had a career-high 11 strikeouts to lead California to a 6-4 victory over Cal State Fullerton in a nonconference baseball game Saturday at Fullerton. Kevin Brown had three hits and two RBIs for California (17-3), which scored three runs in the third to take a 5-1 lead. Dave Staton had two hits and two RBIs for Fullerton (10-5). Rex Peters had a fifth-inning single to extend his hitting streak to 15 games for Fullerton.
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April 25, 1990
Torrie Sweet had a two-run single in the sixth inning to break a tie and help Chapman College to a 5-2 victory over the University of San Diego in a nonconference baseball game Tuesday at San Diego. Chapman added single runs in the seventh and eighth innings and San Diego scored a run in the ninth before Dave Paveloff got the final out for his first save. Pete Coleman (7-5) pitched the first five innings, allowing five hits and a run, to get the victory for Chapman (24-19). San Diego is 20-27.
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