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June 19, 1994 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Ramon Martinez started Saturday's game against Colorado in place of scheduled starting pitcher Tom Candiotti, who was scratched about 4 p.m. because of a sore toe on his right foot. "(Candiotti) wanted to try it, but there's no sense in doing that, maybe hurt something else," pitching coach Ron Perranoski said. "I asked Ramon if he'd be OK, and he said yeah." Martinez started Saturday on his regular four days of rest, and Pedro Astacio is scheduled to pitch today, also on four days' rest.
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October 3, 1993 | MARYANN HUDSON
When Dodger Manager Tom Lasorda brought in Omar Daal Friday night to pitch to Barry Bonds rather than intentionally walk him with the score 4-4 in the fifth inning, with none out and runners on second and third base, he fell under heavy criticism. Bonds hit a three-run homer on a 2-and-0 pitch, with .238 hitter Dave Martinez on deck. "I brought in the left-hander in there to get him out," Lasorda said again Saturday. "If he would have popped up, would anyone be saying, 'Why didn't you walk him?'
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October 7, 1991 | BILL PLASCHKE
Aside from Brett Butler's on-field imitation of Tom Lasorda, Alfredo Griffin's appearance in a Halloween mask, Kevin Gross' pinch-hitting duties and Roger McDowell's inning in left field, Sunday's season finale was like any other game. The Dodgers defeated the San Francisco Giants, 2-0, with no runs batted in from the offense and five pitchers combining on the shutout.
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May 5, 1991 | ALAN DROOZ
The next step in Orel Hershiser's comeback from shoulder surgery will begin Wednesday night at Bakersfield when he pitches for the Dodgers' Class-A California League team against Reno. At that point, Hershiser is on a 30-day timetable to rejoin the Dodgers. He will head west Monday or Tuesday. "I'm excited about going," said Hershiser, who was pleased with the results of his latest simulated game Friday. "It'll be nice to get some positive feedback after throwing in a game."
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February 10, 1989
Pitchers Mark Langston, Scott Garrelts and Roger McDowell, and third baseman Howard Johnson avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to one-year contracts Thursday. Third baseman Tim Wallach agreed to a two-year contract extension with Montreal. Langston settled for $1.3 million with the Seattle Mariners, a raise of $437,500, with an additional $100,000 in bonuses based on innings pitched. Garrelts agreed to $705,000 with the San Francisco Giants, a raise of $80,000.
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July 28, 1993 | MARYANN HUDSON
If the Dodgers were to deal before Saturday night's deadline to trade without waivers, it would be for pitching, according to Fred Claire, executive vice president. Claire, who has said he is getting calls mostly from American League clubs in contention who want veteran pitchers, said that, although he is pleased with the Dodger staff, he is listening. "I need to be as tuned in as I can be if something presents itself," Claire said.
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April 11, 1993 | Associated Press
The average major league salary on opening day, including prorated signing bonuses and deferred income, was $1,120,254, up 3.3% from last season, when the average increased 21%. Here's a look at the top-paid players by position, and the Dodger and Angel players making more than $1 million a season. Figures in millions. AT THE TOP Pos. --Player Salary C --Benito Santiago (Marlins) $3.4 1B --Will Clark (Giants) 4.8 2B --Ryne Sandberg (Cubs) 6.0 SS --Barry Larkin (Reds) 5.
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April 18, 1994 | MARYANN HUDSON
Fred Claire, Dodger executive vice president, said Sunday that he is looking for a second left-handed reliever. "I don't see anything as immediate as today, but the bullpen is something we need to look at . . . with Gary (Wayne), it's too early to judge, and it's tough also when you are the only left-hander," Claire said. Claire said he is happy with Roger McDowell, often the subject of trade rumors.
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April 24, 1994 | MARYANN HUDSON
The national anthem was already being sung when Manager Tom Lasorda arrived on the field before Friday night's game. Lasorda stepped onto the field, took his place in line and couldn't believe what was standing next to him. Roger McDowell, along with a couple of other players, had someone make a life-size, cardboard cutout of Lasorda and had set it up on the field in line with the other players.
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