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August 10, 1990 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first sight, the Cincinnati Reds' clubhouse appears to be a quiet, peaceful place. There's a large waiting room outside, spacious quarters inside, allowing everyone to move about freely. Then, on closer inspection, a visitor sees three bizarre lockers. Their occupants arrive, and suddenly, it becomes obvious that this is not a typical baseball clubhouse at all.
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August 1, 1998 | From Associated Press
Trade rumors turned into reality Friday with Todd Stottlemyre, Royce Clayton and Todd Zeile going to the Texas Rangers and Juan Guzman, Willie Blair, and Ellis Burks also switching teams. But as the non-waiver trading deadline of midnight EDT approached, all of baseball was still waiting and watching for one big deal: Would the Seattle Mariners move Randy Johnson? The New York Yankees, Cleveland and Atlanta were said to be pursuing the 1995 AL Cy Young winner.
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October 16, 1993 | Associated Press
Dodger catcher Mike Piazza was the only rookie named to the Associated Press all-star team.
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September 4, 1998
How much six baseball players could spend daily with their 1998 free-agent contracts: * 1. Andres Galarraga: $22,603 a day for 3 years * 2. Kenny Lofton: $21,918 a day for 3 years * 3. Wilson Alvarez: $19,178 a day for 5 years * 4. Jay Bell: $18,630 a day for 5 years * 5. Brady Anderson: $16,986 a day for 5 years * 6. Randy Myers: $16,438 a day for 3 years Source: World Features Syndicate
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April 24, 2001
Corona del Mar, ranked No. 1 in Orange County boys' tennis, edged Pacific Coast League rival University on Monday, winning on games, 79-72, after the teams tied in sets, 9-9, at University. Garrett Snyder and Randy Myers, playing at No. 3 doubles, swept their sets for the Sea Kings (16-0, 9-0). University, ranked eighth in the county, is 12-7, 7-2. In Sea View League boys' golf: Irvine 193, No. 8 Woodbridge 202--J.J.
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December 9, 1991 | From Associated Press
Cincinnati traded reliever Randy Myers to San Diego on Sunday night for infielder-outfielder Bip Roberts in a deal thought to be close for two weeks. The Reds see Roberts as a leadoff hitter and part of a rebuilt offense now that Eric Davis is gone. Roberts, who will play second and left, hit .281 last season with three homers and 32 RBIs. In 1990, Roberts batted .309 with nine homers, 36 doubles, 44 RBIs and 46 stolen bases. Cincinnati also will receive a player to be named.
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April 2, 1992 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
The Padres, who still have 31 players in camp, are expected to make their final cuts in Las Vegas on Saturday. If no trades are made, their 25-man roster will look like this: Infield: Fred McGriff, Kurt Stillwell, Tony Fernandez, Gary Sheffield, Tim Teufel and Craig Shipley. Outfield: Tony Gwynn, Darrin Jackson, Jerald Clark, Oscar Azocar, Kevin Ward and Thomas Howard. Starting pitchers: Bruce Hurst, Greg Harris, Andy Benes, Craig Lefferts and Dave Eiland.
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December 4, 1990
Bob Quinn, who won a World Series in his first season as general manager of the Cincinnati Reds, was selected Major League Executive of the Year by The Sporting News. "This award is the crown jewel for executives in our industry," Quinn said today. "And it is particularly meaningful because it is awarded by a vote of my peers." Quinn engineered trades that brought reliever Randy Myers, first baseman Hal Morris and outfielders Billy Hatcher and Glenn Braggs to the Reds.
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January 30, 1998
A guest list of sports figures to be featured on TV and radio from today through Thursday: * Cameron Dollar, Reggie Smith --"The Big Show," today, 6-9 a.m, Fox Sports West 2 and AM 1150. * Fred Claire, Bill Bavasi --"The Irv Kaze Show," today, 6-7 p.m.
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December 9, 1991 | Associated Press
Cincinnati traded reliever Randy Myers to San Diego on Sunday night for infielder-outfielder Bip Roberts in a deal thought to be close for two weeks. The Reds see Roberts as a leadoff hitter and part of a rebuilt offense now that Eric Davis is gone. Roberts, who will play second and left, hit .281 last season with three homers and 32 RBIs. In 1990, Roberts batted .309 with nine homers, 36 doubles, 44 RBIs and 46 stolen bases. Cincinnati also will receive a player to be named.
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