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August 27, 1992 | JIM LINDGREN
Perfect season intact, Scott Karl bid an early farewell to his first minor-league season last week in order to return for the fall semester at the University of Hawaii. Karl was 7-0 with a league-leading 1.46 earned run average in nine starts for Helena, Mont., a Class-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. He had struck out 57 batters and walked only 16 in 61 2/3 innings. Furthermore, thanks to his first professional shutout, on Aug.
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August 30, 2000 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Angels went into Tuesday night's game against Toronto hoping to find another strong pitching arm for a late-season run. But left-hander Scott Karl's first start with the Angels turned out to be a rocky one. Karl gave up nine hits and four runs in 2 1/3 innings.
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April 27, 1988
Rick Navarro, a senior at Helix, pitched a no-hitter in a 1-0 victory over Grossmont last Tuesday in a battle of undefeated Grossmont League teams. Navarro struck out 13 and faced only three batters over the limit. He struck out six in the final three innings, including the final four batters. Navarro is 8-0 after he started the season with a career 4-10 record. Carlsbad junior Scott Karl, a transfer from Palmdale, raised his record to 6-0 with a three-hitter against Escondido April 19.
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August 30, 2000 | BILL SHAIKIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Colorado Rockies, who hoard healthy and productive pitchers with an almost religious fervor, dumped Scott Karl a week ago. Even with the Coors Field allowance for an inflated earned-run average, Karl did not pitch very well. He started nine games, won one and left town lugging a 7.68 ERA. So the Angels picked him up and gave him a start Tuesday. He did not pitch very well. In fact, he did not pitch past the third inning. But the Angels won.
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August 30, 2000 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Angels went into Tuesday night's game against Toronto hoping to find another strong pitching arm for a late-season run. But left-hander Scott Karl's first start with the Angels turned out to be a rocky one. Karl gave up nine hits and four runs in 2 1/3 innings.
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May 7, 1988 | STEVE BEATTY
Scott Karl has a pretty good fastball, and he is working on something he calls "the off-the-table curveball." But his best strikeout pitch? Call it the dirtball. The dirtball is no accident. Carlsbad catcher Tim Granich will put his glove in the dirt to call for it when Karl is ahead in the count. The only mistake is made by the hitter, who often swings and misses. The dirtball was as effective as usual Friday. So were the rest of Karl's pitches.
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May 3, 1992 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Diego State Coach Jim Dietz wasn't interested in Scott Karl when he came out of Carlsbad High three years ago. On Saturday night, Dietz must have been wondering what he was thinking about then. Karl, a left-hander, came back to haunt Dietz, throwing a six-hitter in Hawaii's 11-2 opening-game victory in front of 828 at San Diego State's Smith Field. But some of the sting was taken away when Rick Navarro (9-0) and Benji Grigsby combined on a five-hitter as SDSU won the second game, 2-1.
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August 30, 2000 | BILL SHAIKIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Colorado Rockies, who hoard healthy and productive pitchers with an almost religious fervor, dumped Scott Karl a week ago. Even with the Coors Field allowance for an inflated earned-run average, Karl did not pitch very well. He started nine games, won one and left town lugging a 7.68 ERA. So the Angels picked him up and gave him a start Tuesday. He did not pitch very well. In fact, he did not pitch past the third inning. But the Angels won.
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September 26, 1998 | STEVE SPRINGER
The Dodgers topped the 3-million mark in attendance Friday, extending their major league record for reaching that mark to 13 seasons. It is also the third consecutive season they have reached 3 million, and excluding 1994 and 1995, both of which were shortened by a strike, the fourth straight. The Dodgers have drawn at least 2 million for 25 consecutive years. Tonight DODGERS' CARLOS PEREZ (11-13, 3.61 ERA) vs. BREWERS' SCOTT KARL (9-11, 4.54 ERA) Dodger Stadium, 7 p.m.
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August 28, 2000 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA
* Opponent--Toronto Blue Jays, three games. * Site--Edison Field. * Tonight--7. * TV--Fox Sports Net tonight, Tuesday night. * Radio--KLAC (570), XPRS (1090). * Records--Angels 67-63, Blue Jays 68-62. * Record vs. Blue Jays--4-5. TONIGHT ANGELS' RAMON ORTIZ (4-4, 5.25 ERA) vs. BLUE JAYS' ESTEBAN LOAIZA (7-9, 5.
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August 27, 1992 | JIM LINDGREN
Perfect season intact, Scott Karl bid an early farewell to his first minor-league season last week in order to return for the fall semester at the University of Hawaii. Karl was 7-0 with a league-leading 1.46 earned run average in nine starts for Helena, Mont., a Class-A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. He had struck out 57 batters and walked only 16 in 61 2/3 innings. Furthermore, thanks to his first professional shutout, on Aug.
SPORTS
May 3, 1992 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Diego State Coach Jim Dietz wasn't interested in Scott Karl when he came out of Carlsbad High three years ago. On Saturday night, Dietz must have been wondering what he was thinking about then. Karl, a left-hander, came back to haunt Dietz, throwing a six-hitter in Hawaii's 11-2 opening-game victory in front of 828 at San Diego State's Smith Field. But some of the sting was taken away when Rick Navarro (9-0) and Benji Grigsby combined on a five-hitter as SDSU won the second game, 2-1.
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May 7, 1988 | STEVE BEATTY
Scott Karl has a pretty good fastball, and he is working on something he calls "the off-the-table curveball." But his best strikeout pitch? Call it the dirtball. The dirtball is no accident. Carlsbad catcher Tim Granich will put his glove in the dirt to call for it when Karl is ahead in the count. The only mistake is made by the hitter, who often swings and misses. The dirtball was as effective as usual Friday. So were the rest of Karl's pitches.
SPORTS
April 27, 1988
Rick Navarro, a senior at Helix, pitched a no-hitter in a 1-0 victory over Grossmont last Tuesday in a battle of undefeated Grossmont League teams. Navarro struck out 13 and faced only three batters over the limit. He struck out six in the final three innings, including the final four batters. Navarro is 8-0 after he started the season with a career 4-10 record. Carlsbad junior Scott Karl, a transfer from Palmdale, raised his record to 6-0 with a three-hitter against Escondido April 19.
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May 29, 1997 | From Associated Press
Home runs once again were the difference for Brad Radke. Only this time it was his teammates who hit them. Ron Coomer and Darrin Jackson hit solo homers in the seventh inning and Radke pitched eight strong, homerless innings as the Twins beat the Milwaukee Brewers, 3-1, Wednesday night at Minneapolis. Radke (4-4) tied for the major league lead by giving up 40 homers last season, the third-highest total in Twins history.
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June 13, 1997 | From Associated Press
Nomar Garciaparra hit two home runs, including a three-run shot during a five-run fourth inning, as the Red Sox defeated the Baltimore Orioles, 9-5, Thursday at Boston. Mo Vaughn added a two-run homer for the Red Sox, who won for only the fourth time in 13 games and gained a split of the four-game series. Tim Naehring drove in three runs and Reggie Jefferson had three doubles for Boston. B.J. Surhoff hit a two-run homer for Baltimore. Aaron Sele (7-5) was the beneficiary of Boston's offense.
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