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April 20, 1997 | ROSS NEWHAN
Five years after he was expected to replace Wally Joyner as the Angels' first baseman, Lee Stevens is playing a pivotal role for the Texas Rangers as the replacement for injured Will Clark. It has been a circuitous odyssey in which Stevens failed in his 1992 bid to replace Joyner and subsequently was released from the Montreal and Toronto minor league systems.
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April 20, 1997 | ROSS NEWHAN
Five years after he was expected to replace Wally Joyner as the Angels' first baseman, Lee Stevens is playing a pivotal role for the Texas Rangers as the replacement for injured Will Clark. It has been a circuitous odyssey in which Stevens failed in his 1992 bid to replace Joyner and subsequently was released from the Montreal and Toronto minor league systems.
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January 31, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) will have its first Hall of Fame Awards dinner at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel Saturday night. Los Angeles area stars to be inducted are Duke Snider, Compton High; Bobby Doerr and Phil Pote, Fremont; Eddie Murray, Locke; Chet Brewer, Jefferson, and George Genovese, a San Francisco Giant scout who has signed many of the area's high school prospects.
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January 31, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) will have its first Hall of Fame Awards dinner at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel Saturday night. Los Angeles area stars to be inducted are Duke Snider, Compton High; Bobby Doerr and Phil Pote, Fremont; Eddie Murray, Locke; Chet Brewer, Jefferson, and George Genovese, a San Francisco Giant scout who has signed many of the area's high school prospects.
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May 22, 1990 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
John Young grew up in South Central Los Angeles at a time when youth baseball flourished in the inner city and youngsters such as Bob Watson, Bobby Tolan and Willie Crawford traveled from sandlot to sandlot perfecting their skills. "There were thousands of leagues," said Young, 41. "You'd play on two or three teams."
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May 22, 1990 | GARY KLEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
John Young grew up in South Central Los Angeles at a time when youth baseball flourished in the inner city and youngsters such as Bob Watson, Bobby Tolan and Willie Crawford traveled from sandlot to sandlot perfecting their skills. "There were thousands of leagues," said Young, 41. "You'd play on two or three teams."
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