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December 1, 1988
Free-agent shortstop Scott Fletcher agreed in principle to a three-year contract with the Texas Rangers, with an option for a fourth season that would extend the contract through 1992, the team announced.
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December 1, 1988
Free-agent shortstop Scott Fletcher agreed in principle to a three-year contract with the Texas Rangers, with an option for a fourth season that would extend the contract through 1992, the team announced.
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SPORTS
September 17, 1988 | MIKE PENNER, Times Staff Writer
Of the 101 pitches Willie Fraser delivered during the Angels' 7-2 victory over the Texas Rangers Friday night, 99 were better than the ones he threw to Scott Fletcher in the third and seventh innings. But those were the two that made the most impact, so to speak. Fletcher had missed the Rangers' last two games because of a bruised left elbow sustained when the Angels' Mike Cook hit him with a pitch last Saturday.
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September 17, 1988 | MIKE PENNER, Times Staff Writer
Of the 101 pitches Willie Fraser delivered during the Angels' 7-2 victory over the Texas Rangers Friday night, 99 were better than the ones he threw to Scott Fletcher in the third and seventh innings. But those were the two that made the most impact, so to speak. Fletcher had missed the Rangers' last two games because of a bruised left elbow sustained when the Angels' Mike Cook hit him with a pitch last Saturday.
SPORTS
November 5, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Carlton Fisk, who became eligible Saturday when the Chicago White Sox decided not to exercise their $2.28-million option, was among 13 players who filed for free agency. Catcher Brian Harper of the Minnesota Twins was the first of eight eligible Twins to file.
SPORTS
November 29, 1985 | DAVID MORGAN, Sports Digest was compiled by David Morgan
Quarterback Erik Kramer of North Carolina State, who formerly played football at Pierce College and Burroughs and St. Genevieve high schools, was named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team. Kramer was named over quarterbacks from Clemson, Maryland and Georgia Tech, all bound for postseason bowl games. North Carolina State finished this season at 3-8.
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August 17, 1999 | Associated Press
The morning after being arrested on his second drunk driving charge, a man fell to his death when he failed to deploy his parachute during a jump from 4,500 feet. Scott Fletcher Southerland, 23, was arrested Saturday and released from jail the next day. He jumped to his death later Sunday from a plane used by a company called Skydive Skyranch, where Southerland was a regular. Southerland was an experienced parachutist and used his own gear for the jump--his 95th.
SPORTS
August 24, 1989 | From Times wire services
John Moses reached on a bloop double and scored on Al Newman's ground out to break a seventh-inning tie, lifting the Minnesota Twins to a 6-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox today. Chicago had taken a 4-3 lead in the top of the inning when Scott Fletcher singled, went to second on a wild pitch by reliever Juan Berenguer, 8-3, and scored on Ivan Calderon's single.
NEWS
March 31, 1989
A look at some opponents whose numbers the Angels had last season, listed with 1988 team. BATTING Minimum 30 At-Bats Name Team Avg HR RBI Scott Fletcher Texas .061 0 0 Walt Weiss Oakland .100 0 1 Matt Nokes Detroit .121 1 3 Greg Gagne Minnesota .161 1 2 Jody Reed Baltimore .174 0 0 Steve Buechele Texas .178 0 2 Billy Ripken Baltimore .190 0 3 Frank White Kansas City .190 0 6 Willie Wilson Kansas City .190 0 1 Ernie Whitt Toronto .
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