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July 28, 1997 | MIKE DOWNEY
Roy "Tripp" Cromer hit another homer Sunday. It was not unlike his first one for the Dodgers, back on July 11. Except this time, Tom Candiotti's wife didn't go into the outfield stands to buy the ball. "How'd you find out about that?" Cromer asked, after knocking home the first run of Candiotti's 7-1 victory over the Phillies. Oh, you know. Sources. Cromer was impressed. Not with the reporting . . . with the Candiottis. He said, "That cost them $50, you know."
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March 29, 1998 | STEVE SPRINGER
Remember Tripp Cromer? Who could forget the brief shining moments the second baseman provided last summer when he came out of nowhere to win the second base job in late June? Showing surprising power for his lean frame (6 feet 2, 165 pounds), Cromer hit four home runs in 28 games. He drove in 20 runs after having driven in a total of 18 in parts of three big league seasons. But it all ended as suddenly as it had begun. Cromer felt a twinge in his right elbow. He didn't tell anybody at first.
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SPORTS
March 29, 1998 | STEVE SPRINGER
Remember Tripp Cromer? Who could forget the brief shining moments the second baseman provided last summer when he came out of nowhere to win the second base job in late June? Showing surprising power for his lean frame (6 feet 2, 165 pounds), Cromer hit four home runs in 28 games. He drove in 20 runs after having driven in a total of 18 in parts of three big league seasons. But it all ended as suddenly as it had begun. Cromer felt a twinge in his right elbow. He didn't tell anybody at first.
SPORTS
July 28, 1997 | MIKE DOWNEY
Roy "Tripp" Cromer hit another homer Sunday. It was not unlike his first one for the Dodgers, back on July 11. Except this time, Tom Candiotti's wife didn't go into the outfield stands to buy the ball. "How'd you find out about that?" Cromer asked, after knocking home the first run of Candiotti's 7-1 victory over the Phillies. Oh, you know. Sources. Cromer was impressed. Not with the reporting . . . with the Candiottis. He said, "That cost them $50, you know."
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