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April 7, 1997 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He's the other Alomar. A bigger, dry-mouth version of Roberto, the Baltimore Orioles' all-star second baseman. "No matter what I do I will be 'Robby's brother,' " said Indian catcher Sandy Alomar Jr., who hit one of the two home runs in the ninth inning off Angel reliever Troy Percival that gave Cleveland its 10-8 victory Sunday. "People forget I won the Gold Glove before he did, that I've been to the All-Star game four times. But it doesn't bother me.
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April 7, 1997 | MIKE TERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He's the other Alomar. A bigger, dry-mouth version of Roberto, the Baltimore Orioles' all-star second baseman. "No matter what I do I will be 'Robby's brother,' " said Indian catcher Sandy Alomar Jr., who hit one of the two home runs in the ninth inning off Angel reliever Troy Percival that gave Cleveland its 10-8 victory Sunday. "People forget I won the Gold Glove before he did, that I've been to the All-Star game four times. But it doesn't bother me.
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December 5, 1989 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Padres acquired the rights to center fielder Joe Carter from the Cleveland Indians, sources at the baseball winter meetings said Monday night. In exchange, the Indians will get catcher Sandy Alomar, left fielder Chris James and minor-league third baseman Carlos Baerga. The deal was consummated at about 11:30 p.m., CST, Monday, according to sources close to the negotiations, but will not be made final or announced until the Padres sign Carter to a contract extension.
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September 29, 1989
Sandy Alomar Jr. of the San Diego Padres, who drove in 101 runs for the Las Vegas Stars of the Pacific Coast League before being called up to the majors, has been named Baseball America's 1989 minor league player of the year.
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December 7, 1989 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
Center fielder Joe Carter signed a three-year, $9.2-million contract with the San Diego Padres Wednesday, making him the highest-paid position player in baseball. As part of the trade engineered by Jack McKeon, Padre vice president/baseball operations, catcher Sandy Alomar Jr., left fielder Chris James and minor league third baseman Carlos Baerga went to the Cleveland Indians. Said Padre outfielder Tony Gwynn: "Trader Jack has done it again. He was the marquee name of the whole winter meetings.
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March 26, 1989 | TOM VERDUCCI, Newsday
The two most impressive players in the New York Mets' camp, according to Manager Davey Johnson, are Kevin Elster and Barry Lyons. To designate Elster in that manner was hardly a surprise. He is the club's regular shortstop, who is expected to improve after his rookie season. But Barry Lyons? He was the least used and most forgotten Met last year. The way Lyons figures it, it's about time somebody notices him. He's ready to challenge Gary Carter for playing time.
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August 21, 1991 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Just when you thought Sugar Ray Leonard was gone, someone is trying to bring him back. . . . Promoter Dan Goossen wants to rematch Leonard with World Boxing Council junior-middleweight champion Terry Norris. . . . "I'm going to talk to Ray soon," Goossen said. "He avenged his only previous loss when he beat Roberto Duran. He might like to try to avenge this one, too." . . .
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October 3, 1996 | TONY KORNHEISER, WASHINGTON POST
You know how in baseball they call a seven-game series "a short series," as in, "You never know what can happen in a short series"? And you know how they call a five-game series "a really short series"? Well, you know what they call a three-game series? A sweep. That giant sucking sound you're hearing is the Cleveland Indians going down the toilet. "Remember when I said we dug ourselves a hole when we lost the first game?" Mike Hargrove, the Indians' manager, said after Wednesday's game.
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December 7, 1989 | BOB NIGHTENGALE
Center fielder Joe Carter signed a three-year, $9.2-million contract with the San Diego Padres Wednesday, making him the highest-paid position player in baseball. As part of the trade engineered by Jack McKeon, Padre vice president/baseball operations, catcher Sandy Alomar Jr., left fielder Chris James and minor league third baseman Carlos Baerga went to the Cleveland Indians. Said Padre outfielder Tony Gwynn: "Trader Jack has done it again. He was the marquee name of the whole winter meetings.
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December 5, 1989 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Padres acquired the rights to center fielder Joe Carter from the Cleveland Indians, sources at the baseball winter meetings said Monday night. In exchange, the Indians will get catcher Sandy Alomar, left fielder Chris James and minor-league third baseman Carlos Baerga. The deal was consummated at about 11:30 p.m., CST, Monday, according to sources close to the negotiations, but will not be made final or announced until the Padres sign Carter to a contract extension.
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September 29, 1989
Sandy Alomar Jr. of the San Diego Padres, who drove in 101 runs for the Las Vegas Stars of the Pacific Coast League before being called up to the majors, has been named Baseball America's 1989 minor league player of the year.
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