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June 5, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Seattle Mariners pitcher Scott Bankhead is scheduled to undergo surgery on his right shoulder next Tuesday to repair a shoulder bone spur and expects to miss the rest of the season. Dr. Arthur Pappas will operate on the acromnio clavicular joint in Bankhead's right shoulder in Boston, the Mariners said in a news release. Bankhead was placed on the disabled list Sunday for the second time this season. Bankhead, 26, led the Mariners with a 14-6 record and a 3.
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June 5, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Seattle Mariners pitcher Scott Bankhead is scheduled to undergo surgery on his right shoulder next Tuesday to repair a shoulder bone spur and expects to miss the rest of the season. Dr. Arthur Pappas will operate on the acromnio clavicular joint in Bankhead's right shoulder in Boston, the Mariners said in a news release. Bankhead was placed on the disabled list Sunday for the second time this season. Bankhead, 26, led the Mariners with a 14-6 record and a 3.
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December 11, 1986 | United Press International
The Seattle Mariners traded outfielder Danny Tartabull and pitcher Rick Luecken to the Kansas City Royals Wedensday for pitchers Scott Bankhead and Steve Shields and outfielder Mike Kingery. Tartabull, 24, batted .270 with 25 home runs and 96 RBIs in his first full big league season. The Mariners, meanwhile, acquired two of the Royals' most-promising players. Bankhead, 23, was 8-9 with a 4.61 ERA with the Royals after joining the team May 7. Kingery, 25, hit .
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January 29, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The Mariners have reached contract agreements for the 1990 season with pitcher Scott Bankhead and catcher David Valle, Woody Woodward, the Mariners vice president of baseball operations, said today. Both players had arbitration hearings scheduled for next month. The two remaining Seattle players still eligible for arbitration are Harold Reynolds and Henry Cotto. Contract terms were not announced. Bankhead, 26, was 14-6 in 1989 with a 3.34 ERA.
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April 25, 1989 | From Times wire services
Frank Tanana pitched six-hit ball for eight innings to snap his 11-game winless streak and Matt Nokes broke a tie with a three-run homer today, leading the Detroit Tigers past the Seattle Mariners 5-2. Tanana, 1-3, struck out five and walked one. He had been 0-7 with four no-decisions since beating the Chicago White Sox 5-4 last Aug. 19. Frank Williams relieved and gave up a hit and a walk before and Guillermo Hernandez got the last two outs...
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January 29, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The Mariners have reached contract agreements for the 1990 season with pitcher Scott Bankhead and catcher David Valle, Woody Woodward, the Mariners vice president of baseball operations, said today. Both players had arbitration hearings scheduled for next month. The two remaining Seattle players still eligible for arbitration are Harold Reynolds and Henry Cotto. Contract terms were not announced. Bankhead, 26, was 14-6 in 1989 with a 3.34 ERA.
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August 11, 1989 | ROBYN NORWOOD, Times Staff Writer
Without Mark Langston around, there is a lot of pitching that needs to be taken care of for the Seattle Mariners, and no one save Scott Bankhead particularly up to the task. Relief pitching is one thing; for that, the Mariners have Mike Schooler, who has saved 23 games, fifth best in the American League. Starting pitching? A different matter.
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April 16, 1989 | MIKE PENNER, Times Staff Writer
And on Saturday, Mark Langston rested, which meant the Angels had a chance. Take Seattle's overpowering left-handed pitcher off the mound and the Mariners are, well, the Mariners, in last place in the American League West for a reason. Take the seventh inning of the Angels' 9-2 victory before 29,819 fans Saturday night at the Kingdome. Pick up the action with Angel rookie Kent Anderson on second base, Brian Downing on first and Mark McLemore set to lay down a sacrifice bunt. With Langston only a spectator, McLemore's bunt was fielded by Seattle reliever Jerry Reed, who threw to third base in time to beat Anderson, but not in time for Seattle third baseman Edgar Martinez, who missed the throw.
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January 14, 1998 | P.J. HUFFSTUTTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Financially troubled Pinnacle Micro is in danger of losing its stock market listing because its share price and net tangible assets fall below Nasdaq's minimum requirements. Officials from Pinnacle, a maker of compact disk storage systems, will meet with the National Assn. of Securities Dealers in Washington on Thursday to review the matter, Nasdaq officials said.
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August 11, 1989 | ROBYN NORWOOD, Times Staff Writer
Without Mark Langston around, there is a lot of pitching that needs to be taken care of for the Seattle Mariners, and no one save Scott Bankhead particularly up to the task. Relief pitching is one thing; for that, the Mariners have Mike Schooler, who has saved 23 games, fifth best in the American League. Starting pitching? A different matter.
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April 25, 1989 | From Times wire services
Frank Tanana pitched six-hit ball for eight innings to snap his 11-game winless streak and Matt Nokes broke a tie with a three-run homer today, leading the Detroit Tigers past the Seattle Mariners 5-2. Tanana, 1-3, struck out five and walked one. He had been 0-7 with four no-decisions since beating the Chicago White Sox 5-4 last Aug. 19. Frank Williams relieved and gave up a hit and a walk before and Guillermo Hernandez got the last two outs...
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April 16, 1989 | MIKE PENNER, Times Staff Writer
And on Saturday, Mark Langston rested, which meant the Angels had a chance. Take Seattle's overpowering left-handed pitcher off the mound and the Mariners are, well, the Mariners, in last place in the American League West for a reason. Take the seventh inning of the Angels' 9-2 victory before 29,819 fans Saturday night at the Kingdome. Pick up the action with Angel rookie Kent Anderson on second base, Brian Downing on first and Mark McLemore set to lay down a sacrifice bunt. With Langston only a spectator, McLemore's bunt was fielded by Seattle reliever Jerry Reed, who threw to third base in time to beat Anderson, but not in time for Seattle third baseman Edgar Martinez, who missed the throw.
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December 11, 1986 | United Press International
The Seattle Mariners traded outfielder Danny Tartabull and pitcher Rick Luecken to the Kansas City Royals Wedensday for pitchers Scott Bankhead and Steve Shields and outfielder Mike Kingery. Tartabull, 24, batted .270 with 25 home runs and 96 RBIs in his first full big league season. The Mariners, meanwhile, acquired two of the Royals' most-promising players. Bankhead, 23, was 8-9 with a 4.61 ERA with the Royals after joining the team May 7. Kingery, 25, hit .
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June 18, 1994 | Associated Press
Johnny Oates said that rumors of his dismissal as manager of the Baltimore Orioles have not altered his approach to the job, and he lashed out at the media for depicting him as a nervous leader struggling to hang onto his post. Meanwhile, owner Peter Angelos said Oates' job was not immediately in jeopardy. The Orioles are two games out of first place in the American League East.
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