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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 12, 1989
Ralph Ramirez, Cal State Fullerton's starting third baseman, has been suspended for the rest of the season, Coach Larry Cochell said. Ramirez, a senior, was dropped from the team after an incident in the dugout during Fullerton's loss to UC Riverside Tuesday. Cochell said that after being lifted for a pinch-hitter, Ramirez kicked over a chair. When asked to pick it up, Ramirez kicked it again, Cochell said. Sources close to the team said the incident was one of many disciplinary incidents Ramirez was involved in this season.
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SPORTS
May 12, 1989
Ralph Ramirez, Cal State Fullerton's starting third baseman, has been suspended for the rest of the season, Coach Larry Cochell said. Ramirez, a senior, was dropped from the team after an incident in the dugout during Fullerton's loss to UC Riverside Tuesday. Cochell said that after being lifted for a pinch-hitter, Ramirez kicked over a chair. When asked to pick it up, Ramirez kicked it again, Cochell said. Sources close to the team said the incident was one of many disciplinary incidents Ramirez was involved in this season.
NEWS
November 4, 1988 | KEVIN RODERICK, Times Staff Writer
With Vice President George Bush faring well in Southern California, Republican campaign advisers are pouring in aid to challengers here who they think now have a chance to upset incumbent Democratic congressmen. The targets are Reps. George E. Brown Jr. (D-Colton), Matthew G. Martinez (D-Monterey Park) and Jim Bates (D-San Diego), who for various reasons have been added to the GOP's list of possible victims on Tuesday.
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November 4, 1988 | KEVIN RODERICK, Times Staff Writer
With Vice President George Bush faring well in Southern California, Republican campaign advisers are pouring in aid to challengers here who they think now have a chance to upset incumbent Democratic congressmen. The targets are Reps. George E. Brown Jr. (D-Colton), Matthew G. Martinez (D-Monterey Park) and Jim Bates (D-San Diego), who for various reasons have been added to the GOP's list of possible victims on Tuesday.
SPORTS
February 16, 1987
Sophomore third baseman Ralph Ramirez singled in the winning run in the bottom of the fifth inning as Orange Coast College defeated San Bernardino Valley, 10-9, Sunday in a consolation semifinal of the San Diego Southwestern Tournament. The game was called at the end of five innings because of the 2 1/2-hour time limit.
NEWS
September 8, 1988
The Republican National Congressional Campaign Committee has announced that it will give major financial help to the effort of Republican candidate Ralph Ramirez of San Gabriel to unseat Rep. Matthew G. Martinez (D-Monterey Park) in the Nov. 8 election. Rep. Guy Vander Jagt (R-Mich.) announced that the committee will pay $40,000 of the campaign's expenses and donate $5,000 cash, the maximum permitted under federal election law.
SPORTS
March 26, 1989
Powered by four home runs, Cal State Fullerton defeated Florida State, 9-4, Saturday, in a nonconference baseball game at Florida State. Florida State (22-9) scored first when Allen Bevis doubled to lead off the first inning, stole third and scored on Pedro Grifol's sacrifice fly. Fullerton (18-8) tied the score in the third on Paul Bunch's home run, his fourth of the season.
NEWS
August 18, 1988
Ralph Ramirez of San Gabriel, the Republican candidate in the 30th Congressional District, addressed the Republican convention in New Orleans on Tuesday. Although he appeared in a morning session televised only by the C-SPAN cable network, his supporters said the invitation to speak shows the party's commitment to his election. "It shows that the party believes Ralph can win," said campaign aide Debra Jasgur. "It has helped to create enthusiasm. It's a real boost to the campaign."
NEWS
November 26, 1987
Ralph Roy Ramirez, 50, an insurance agent and business consultant, has announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination in the 30th Congressional District. Ramirez, who lives in San Gabriel, came within 200 votes of winning a special election for the seat in 1982, losing to Democrat Matthew G. Martinez, who still holds the office. Ramirez formerly served as administrative director of the state Division of Industrial Accidents.
SPORTS
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 13, 2000 | GAIL DAVIS
The Ventura County Sheriff's Department is seeking the public's help in finding four people sought for suspicion of theft, probation violations or failure to appear in court. Arrest warrants have been issued in each case. Ralph Ramirez, 42, allegedly violated probation on a conviction of possession of a deadly weapon. He last lived on the 3400 block of Madera Place in Oxnard. He is Latino, 5 feet 5, 180 pounds, and has black hair and brown eyes.
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September 22, 1997 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The parents of two young children were arrested on suspicion of child endangerment after police found the youngsters bound and gagged with duct tape in a Montebello motel room, authorities said Sunday. According to police, the couple's 2-year-old daughter and 4-year-old son were bound and placed in a bathtub of water. The boy managed to get out of the tub and bang on a wall for help, police said. Police found the restrained youngsters alone in the motel about 8 p.m. Saturday night.
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