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November 2, 2001 | Jason Reid
Schilling, scoffing at the Yankees' supposed invulnerability, jokingly said that mystique and aura were names of a couple of nightclub dancers before Game 1 of the World Series. After Scott Brosius hit a tying two-out, two-run home run in the ninth inning of Game 5 against the beleaguered Kim, TV cameras showed a sign hanging at Yankee Stadium that read: Mystique and Aura appearing nightly.
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November 28, 2001 | Associated Press
After playing in four straight World Series, New York Yankee third baseman Scott Brosius decided he had done everything he wanted to in baseball and announced his retirement on Tuesday to be with his family. "It's all about who I want to be as a husband, as a father and as a person," Brosius said. "As a baseball player, there's no way to get away from 100 nights a year away from your family. My oldest daughter is 10. I spent over three years of her life away on road trips.
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November 2, 2001
Yankees' ninth inning, one on, two out (Diamondbacks lead, 2-0): Sure, Alfonso Soriano's one-out single to right drove in Chuck Knoblauch from second base to win the game in the 12th inning, but Scott Brosius made it all possible by saving the Yankees from going on the brink of elimination. Brosius, hitless in three at-bats and batting .
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November 2, 2001 | Jason Reid
Schilling, scoffing at the Yankees' supposed invulnerability, jokingly said that mystique and aura were names of a couple of nightclub dancers before Game 1 of the World Series. After Scott Brosius hit a tying two-out, two-run home run in the ninth inning of Game 5 against the beleaguered Kim, TV cameras showed a sign hanging at Yankee Stadium that read: Mystique and Aura appearing nightly.
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June 30, 1994 | JOHN WEYLER
The Oakland Athletics are finding ways to win. But given the way Chuck Finley was pitching Wednesday, they didn't figure to pull this one out with a home run by the No. 9 hitter who was down in the count 1-2. "It was a weird one," Oakland third baseman Scott Brosius said after his ninth-inning shot down the left field line lifted the A's to a 1-0 victory. "When I got two strikes, I was just trying to hit the ball up the middle.
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October 23, 2000 | HOUSTON MITCHELL
Yankee third baseman Scott Brosius, a .254 career hitter with average power, always seems to turn it up a notch in the World Series. A look: *--* Year AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG 1998 17 3 8 0 0 2 6 .471 1999 16 2 6 1 0 0 1 .375 2000 6 1 2 0 0 1 2 .333 Totals 39 7 16 1 0 3 9 .410 *--* Note: The World Series record (minimum 50 at-bats) for highest batting average is .418, by Pepper Martin and Paul Molitor. Also, Brosius--a career .
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September 15, 1999 | Associated Press
The Tampa Bay Devils Rays, one victory shy of their total for last season, rewarded Manager Larry Rothschild, 45, with a contract extension through the 2001 season. The new pact extends Rothschild's original three-year contract a year past its 2000 conclusion. The Devil Rays are last in the AL East with a 62-82 record. Tampa Bay was 63-99 in its inaugural season. * New York Yankee third baseman Scott Brosius, whose father died Sunday, left the team to be with his family.
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October 15, 1998 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
This time last year, Scott Brosius said he was "sitting home . . . getting too full with pizza," while watching the baseball playoffs. These days, the New York Yankee third baseman has a different perspective, having finally participated in a postseason after seven fruitless years with the Oakland Athletics, and now the only thing he's devouring is opposing pitching. Building on his impressive regular season, when he hit .
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November 28, 2001 | Associated Press
After playing in four straight World Series, New York Yankee third baseman Scott Brosius decided he had done everything he wanted to in baseball and announced his retirement on Tuesday to be with his family. "It's all about who I want to be as a husband, as a father and as a person," Brosius said. "As a baseball player, there's no way to get away from 100 nights a year away from your family. My oldest daughter is 10. I spent over three years of her life away on road trips.
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October 21, 1998 | ROSS NEWHAN
It silenced a Qualcomm Stadium crowd of 64,667 but came as no surprise to Derek Jeter. "Put a guy on base and he's going to deliver," the New York Yankee shortstop said. "He's been doing it all year. I've never seen anything like it." Jeter was talking about teammate Scott Brosius, who delivered again in Game 3 of the World Series on Tuesday night. Delivered big time.
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November 2, 2001
Yankees' ninth inning, one on, two out (Diamondbacks lead, 2-0): Sure, Alfonso Soriano's one-out single to right drove in Chuck Knoblauch from second base to win the game in the 12th inning, but Scott Brosius made it all possible by saving the Yankees from going on the brink of elimination. Brosius, hitless in three at-bats and batting .
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October 23, 2000 | HOUSTON MITCHELL
Yankee third baseman Scott Brosius, a .254 career hitter with average power, always seems to turn it up a notch in the World Series. A look: *--* Year AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI AVG 1998 17 3 8 0 0 2 6 .471 1999 16 2 6 1 0 0 1 .375 2000 6 1 2 0 0 1 2 .333 Totals 39 7 16 1 0 3 9 .410 *--* Note: The World Series record (minimum 50 at-bats) for highest batting average is .418, by Pepper Martin and Paul Molitor. Also, Brosius--a career .
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September 15, 1999 | Associated Press
The Tampa Bay Devils Rays, one victory shy of their total for last season, rewarded Manager Larry Rothschild, 45, with a contract extension through the 2001 season. The new pact extends Rothschild's original three-year contract a year past its 2000 conclusion. The Devil Rays are last in the AL East with a 62-82 record. Tampa Bay was 63-99 in its inaugural season. * New York Yankee third baseman Scott Brosius, whose father died Sunday, left the team to be with his family.
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October 21, 1998 | ROSS NEWHAN
It silenced a Qualcomm Stadium crowd of 64,667 but came as no surprise to Derek Jeter. "Put a guy on base and he's going to deliver," the New York Yankee shortstop said. "He's been doing it all year. I've never seen anything like it." Jeter was talking about teammate Scott Brosius, who delivered again in Game 3 of the World Series on Tuesday night. Delivered big time.
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October 21, 1998 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The New York Yankees embarrassed the San Diego Padres in the opening of the World Series--providing a typically rude Big Apple welcome. The National League champions couldn't escape from New York fast enough, returning to the sunshine and comfort of their laid-back surf city. The Padres believed things would improve in Game 3 Tuesday night, at least enough for them to get off the ground. They were wrong.
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October 15, 1998 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
This time last year, Scott Brosius said he was "sitting home . . . getting too full with pizza," while watching the baseball playoffs. These days, the New York Yankee third baseman has a different perspective, having finally participated in a postseason after seven fruitless years with the Oakland Athletics, and now the only thing he's devouring is opposing pitching. Building on his impressive regular season, when he hit .
SPORTS
October 21, 1998 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The New York Yankees embarrassed the San Diego Padres in the opening of the World Series--providing a typically rude Big Apple welcome. The National League champions couldn't escape from New York fast enough, returning to the sunshine and comfort of their laid-back surf city. The Padres believed things would improve in Game 3 Tuesday night, at least enough for them to get off the ground. They were wrong.
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June 30, 1994 | JOHN WEYLER
The Oakland Athletics are finding ways to win. But given the way Chuck Finley was pitching Wednesday, they didn't figure to pull this one out with a home run by the No. 9 hitter who was down in the count 1-2. "It was a weird one," Oakland third baseman Scott Brosius said after his ninth-inning shot down the left field line lifted the A's to a 1-0 victory. "When I got two strikes, I was just trying to hit the ball up the middle.
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