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June 25, 1991 | LARRY HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The continuity of a baseball family three generations old nearly came to an abrupt and tragic end last Christmas Eve. One moment Scott May was looking forward to playing baseball in his senior year at Manatee High in Bradenton, Fla., and the next, he awoke in a hospital. Except that the next moment was two weeks later. May, the son of Pittsburgh Pirate hitting instructor Milt May, was involved in a one-car accident less than a mile from his home in Bradenton.
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April 7, 2014 | By Mike DiGiovanna
HOUSTON -- Whether it was deliberate or not, Scott Feldman seemed to slow-play the Angels on Sunday, when he allowed one run and three hits in seven innings of the Houston Astros' 7-4 victory in Minute Maid Park. Several times, the Astros right-hander appeared to be in clear violation of a rule that requires a pitcher, when the bases are empty, to deliver his next pitch within 12 seconds of receiving the ball from the catcher after the previous pitch. “Theoretically, yes, there is,” Angels Manager Mike Scioscia said when asked about the rule before Monday's series finale against the Astros.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1995
Outgoing Pasadena City College President Jack Scott is considering running as a Democrat for the 44th Assembly District seat against Republican incumbent Bill Hoge. "I'm seriously considering a bid for the seat," said Scott, who retires as the college's president Nov. 30 and plans to teach at Pepperdine University. The 62-year-old, Yale-educated Texan said he will announce whether he will be a candidate soon, well before the Nov. 29 deadline for candidates to file declarations of intent.
NEWS
March 19, 2014 | By Susan Denley
Fashion designer L'Wren Scott, who was found lifeless in her New York City apartment on Monday, may have planned to announce she was shuttering her fashion line on Wednesday. Former New York Times Fashion Critic Cathy Horyn, writing a remembrance of Scott, said she had learned that Scott was planning to close the business, and that friends who saw the designer on Sunday were concerned about her but didn't think she'd do something "desperate. " PHOTOS: L'Wren Scott's notable red carpet looks Scott's assistant reportedly found the designer kneeling and hanged from a scarf wrapped around a doorknob.
SPORTS
May 22, 1985 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
When Byron Scott has the ball in his hands, his conscience is clear, maybe because Laker Coach Pat Riley says Scott doesn't have a conscience. Shooters are often like that. It's all part of the mentality. No distance is too great, no defense too tight, no shot unsinkable. You get the ball, you take the shot. Simple as that. "There have been shots I've taken when I don't think I can miss," he said. "Anyone who is a shooter feels the same way.
SPORTS
July 21, 2012 | Bill Dwyre
LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England - So much was going on at the British Open on Saturday that it was hard to tell whether this was a golf tournament or a mystery novel. The what-ifs were as fascinating as the who-done-its. The who-done-its were mainly Adam Scott, Zach Johnson and Graeme McDowell. Scott, a handsome and heretofore underachieving Aussie, played with 36-hole leader Brandt Snedeker in the final twosome, caught him quickly as Snedeker's magic-wand putter ran out of batteries, and walked right down the middle of most fairways to a two-under-par 68 and a four-shot lead.
NEWS
March 19, 2014 | By Susan Denley
Fashion designer L'Wren Scott, who was found lifeless in her New York City apartment on Monday, may have planned to announce she was shuttering her fashion line on Wednesday. Former New York Times Fashion Critic Cathy Horyn, writing a remembrance of Scott, said she had learned that Scott was planning to close the business, and that friends who saw the designer on Sunday were concerned about her but didn't think she'd do something "desperate. " PHOTOS: L'Wren Scott's notable red carpet looks Scott's assistant reportedly found the designer kneeling and hanged from a scarf wrapped around a doorknob.
SPORTS
February 26, 1986 | THOMAS BONK
Coach Pat Riley called off practice Tuesday. So, instead, injured Lakers Byron Scott and Mitch Kupchak received treatment for their ailments. One or both of them could be ready to play in tonight's game against the Dallas Mavericks. Scott, who has a sprained right ankle, and Kupchak, who has a twisted left knee, won't know if they can play until they warm up before the game in Reunion Arena.
SPORTS
April 7, 2014 | By Mike DiGiovanna
HOUSTON -- Whether it was deliberate or not, Scott Feldman seemed to slow-play the Angels on Sunday, when he allowed one run and three hits in seven innings of the Houston Astros' 7-4 victory in Minute Maid Park. Several times, the Astros right-hander appeared to be in clear violation of a rule that requires a pitcher, when the bases are empty, to deliver his next pitch within 12 seconds of receiving the ball from the catcher after the previous pitch. “Theoretically, yes, there is,” Angels Manager Mike Scioscia said when asked about the rule before Monday's series finale against the Astros.
SPORTS
January 27, 1986 | STEVE SCOTT
San Diego County's leading scorer in girls' basketball is not Point Loma High School center Terri Mann, nor teammates Chanelle McCoy and Michelle Collum. Yes, girls' basketball is played east of Point Loma. And the county's best-kept secret may very well be Monte Vista's Paula Mascari, who is averaging a county-leading 26.8 points per game. Mascari, a 5-foot 6-inch senior guard, averaged 23.8 points last season and was named to The Times' All-County team.
SPORTS
July 21, 2012 | Bill Dwyre
LYTHAM ST. ANNES, England - So much was going on at the British Open on Saturday that it was hard to tell whether this was a golf tournament or a mystery novel. The what-ifs were as fascinating as the who-done-its. The who-done-its were mainly Adam Scott, Zach Johnson and Graeme McDowell. Scott, a handsome and heretofore underachieving Aussie, played with 36-hole leader Brandt Snedeker in the final twosome, caught him quickly as Snedeker's magic-wand putter ran out of batteries, and walked right down the middle of most fairways to a two-under-par 68 and a four-shot lead.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 5, 2005
Reveal the rules I believe the loss of personal style can be partially attributed to critics not clarifying their criteria for judging art, music, film and literature. Perhaps they should specify their criteria -- universality, form-content relationship, fatigue factor (how often can the work be experienced and still yield fresh insights?), originality and others -- rather than force their readers to infer shifting criteria. They could also make explicit the difference between their aesthetic judgment and their aesthetic preference.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1995
Outgoing Pasadena City College President Jack Scott is considering running as a Democrat for the 44th Assembly District seat against Republican incumbent Bill Hoge. "I'm seriously considering a bid for the seat," said Scott, who retires as the college's president Nov. 30 and plans to teach at Pepperdine University. The 62-year-old, Yale-educated Texan said he will announce whether he will be a candidate soon, well before the Nov. 29 deadline for candidates to file declarations of intent.
SPORTS
June 25, 1991 | LARRY HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The continuity of a baseball family three generations old nearly came to an abrupt and tragic end last Christmas Eve. One moment Scott May was looking forward to playing baseball in his senior year at Manatee High in Bradenton, Fla., and the next, he awoke in a hospital. Except that the next moment was two weeks later. May, the son of Pittsburgh Pirate hitting instructor Milt May, was involved in a one-car accident less than a mile from his home in Bradenton.
SPORTS
February 26, 1986 | THOMAS BONK
Coach Pat Riley called off practice Tuesday. So, instead, injured Lakers Byron Scott and Mitch Kupchak received treatment for their ailments. One or both of them could be ready to play in tonight's game against the Dallas Mavericks. Scott, who has a sprained right ankle, and Kupchak, who has a twisted left knee, won't know if they can play until they warm up before the game in Reunion Arena.
SPORTS
January 27, 1986 | STEVE SCOTT
San Diego County's leading scorer in girls' basketball is not Point Loma High School center Terri Mann, nor teammates Chanelle McCoy and Michelle Collum. Yes, girls' basketball is played east of Point Loma. And the county's best-kept secret may very well be Monte Vista's Paula Mascari, who is averaging a county-leading 26.8 points per game. Mascari, a 5-foot 6-inch senior guard, averaged 23.8 points last season and was named to The Times' All-County team.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 5, 2005
Reveal the rules I believe the loss of personal style can be partially attributed to critics not clarifying their criteria for judging art, music, film and literature. Perhaps they should specify their criteria -- universality, form-content relationship, fatigue factor (how often can the work be experienced and still yield fresh insights?), originality and others -- rather than force their readers to infer shifting criteria. They could also make explicit the difference between their aesthetic judgment and their aesthetic preference.
SPORTS
December 24, 1987
Right-handed pitcher Scott May was traded from the Dodgers' organization to the Texas Rangers for outfielder Javier Ortiz. May was not on the Dodgers' major league roster last season.
SPORTS
May 22, 1985 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
When Byron Scott has the ball in his hands, his conscience is clear, maybe because Laker Coach Pat Riley says Scott doesn't have a conscience. Shooters are often like that. It's all part of the mentality. No distance is too great, no defense too tight, no shot unsinkable. You get the ball, you take the shot. Simple as that. "There have been shots I've taken when I don't think I can miss," he said. "Anyone who is a shooter feels the same way.
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