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May 3, 1988 | Associated Press
With tears in his eyes, Scott McGregor said goodby to baseball Monday. The left-hander who has won more games than all but four other pitchers since 1980 was released Monday by the Baltimore Orioles, who have lost 23 of 25 games this season. "I gave it everything I had and the results weren't there," McGregor said at a press conference. " . . . There have been good times and bad times. I choose to remember the great times."
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October 27, 2004 | David Colker, Times Staff Writer
Chip maker Broadcom Corp. named a new chief executive Tuesday, nearly two years after flamboyant founder Henry T. Nicholas III stepped down as CEO to focus on his family. Scott McGregor, who was most recently the head of the $6.4-billion chip business at Royal Philips Electronics, will take over at Irvine-based Broadcom on Jan. 3. The communications chip company has been run since January 2003 by Chief Executive Alan E. "Lanny" Ross, who took the job on an interim basis.
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SPORTS
April 27, 2000 | GARY KLEIN and DAVE McKIBBEN
Pitcher Tim Thompson of Simi Valley Grace Brethren is within two victories of tying the state record of 51 career victories set by former El Segundo and major league standout Scott McGregor in 1969-72. Thompson, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound senior, is 10-2 for Grace Brethren, which has won two consecutive Division VI championships. He is 49-7 in three-plus seasons. Thompson moved past Scott Davison of Redondo Union (1986-88) on the all-time list with a victory in relief Monday against Ojai Thacher.
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April 27, 2000 | GARY KLEIN and DAVE McKIBBEN
Pitcher Tim Thompson of Simi Valley Grace Brethren is within two victories of tying the state record of 51 career victories set by former El Segundo and major league standout Scott McGregor in 1969-72. Thompson, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound senior, is 10-2 for Grace Brethren, which has won two consecutive Division VI championships. He is 49-7 in three-plus seasons. Thompson moved past Scott Davison of Redondo Union (1986-88) on the all-time list with a victory in relief Monday against Ojai Thacher.
BUSINESS
October 27, 2004 | David Colker, Times Staff Writer
Chip maker Broadcom Corp. named a new chief executive Tuesday, nearly two years after flamboyant founder Henry T. Nicholas III stepped down as CEO to focus on his family. Scott McGregor, who was most recently the head of the $6.4-billion chip business at Royal Philips Electronics, will take over at Irvine-based Broadcom on Jan. 3. The communications chip company has been run since January 2003 by Chief Executive Alan E. "Lanny" Ross, who took the job on an interim basis.
SPORTS
February 22, 1991 | KEN ROSENTHAL, BALTIMORE EVENING SUN
Ever since Jim Palmer started his comeback, not a day goes by without someone asking Scott McGregor if he's planning one of his own. McGregor smiles, but his answer is always the same. Something along the lines of, "Nah, you wouldn't want me back." The truth is, McGregor doesn't want to come back. It's fine with him if two former teammates, Palmer and Mike Flanagan, attempt to recreate their glory days with the Orioles. But that part of his life is over.
SPORTS
March 20, 1988 | RICHARD JUSTICE, The Washington Post
It was 16 years ago this month that Scott McGregor made his debut for a major league team and, coincidentally, it came in the same stadium Monday where he began his last-chance comeback attempt. McGregor passed the first checkpoint, pitching three scoreless innings and looking sharp in the Baltimore Orioles' 8-4 loss to the Montreal Expos. He was one of the bright spots on a day when John Habyan failed his first spring test, allowing five runs and seven hits in three innings.
SPORTS
May 28, 1985 | MIKE PENNER, Times Staff Writer
As news flashes go, "Scott McGregor Beats Angels" ranks right up there with "Rain Is Wet" and "Wars Are Dangerous." Well, how about that? Learn something new every day. Whenever the Baltimore Orioles pitch McGregor against the Angels, as they did Monday afternoon, the effect is the same as placing a phonograph needle on a scratched record. Who's going to emerge victorious? McGregor . . . McGregor . . . McGregor . . . McGregor . . .
BUSINESS
August 7, 1994 | From Associated Press
It was a bleak February night and struggling inventor Scott McGregor was losing faith. The rent was owing, investors were nowhere to be found and food was running low. So he gathered his family of nine together and asked the big question. Should he get a job, any job, to keep them off welfare? Or should he pursue his dream of hitting it big with a cellular phone innovation? "Keep going," they said.
SPORTS
April 26, 1989 | ROSS NEWHAN, Times Staff Writer
The Baltimore Orioles are scheduled to move into a $200 million downtown stadium in 1992, but they couldn't wait that long to initiate a re-development of their own. What other course was there in the wake of 107 losses, including a major league record 21 straight at the start of last season, when they were a blight on the landscape? "We committed the future to young players," Manager Frank Robinson said at Anaheim Stadium Tuesday night. "It was pretty simple. We had tried it the other way for five years and it didn't work."
BUSINESS
August 7, 1994 | From Associated Press
It was a bleak February night and struggling inventor Scott McGregor was losing faith. The rent was owing, investors were nowhere to be found and food was running low. So he gathered his family of nine together and asked the big question. Should he get a job, any job, to keep them off welfare? Or should he pursue his dream of hitting it big with a cellular phone innovation? "Keep going," they said.
SPORTS
February 22, 1991 | KEN ROSENTHAL, BALTIMORE EVENING SUN
Ever since Jim Palmer started his comeback, not a day goes by without someone asking Scott McGregor if he's planning one of his own. McGregor smiles, but his answer is always the same. Something along the lines of, "Nah, you wouldn't want me back." The truth is, McGregor doesn't want to come back. It's fine with him if two former teammates, Palmer and Mike Flanagan, attempt to recreate their glory days with the Orioles. But that part of his life is over.
SPORTS
April 26, 1989 | ROSS NEWHAN, Times Staff Writer
The Baltimore Orioles are scheduled to move into a $200 million downtown stadium in 1992, but they couldn't wait that long to initiate a re-development of their own. What other course was there in the wake of 107 losses, including a major league record 21 straight at the start of last season, when they were a blight on the landscape? "We committed the future to young players," Manager Frank Robinson said at Anaheim Stadium Tuesday night. "It was pretty simple. We had tried it the other way for five years and it didn't work."
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April 9, 1989 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
He was 18 years old, one week out of high school in Las Vegas and pitching in the big leagues. A dream come true? Not for Mike Morgan, the Dodger pitcher who was almost as much a novelty for Charlie Finley and the Oakland Athletics on June 11, 1978, as Jim Abbott was for Gene Autry and the Angels Saturday night. "I was 18 years old and raw, and it killed me," Morgan said. "It didn't kill me as a person, but it killed my career." Mike Morgan will turn 30 this October. This will be his 12th season in professional baseball.
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May 3, 1988 | Associated Press
With tears in his eyes, Scott McGregor said goodby to baseball Monday. The left-hander who has won more games than all but four other pitchers since 1980 was released Monday by the Baltimore Orioles, who have lost 23 of 25 games this season. "I gave it everything I had and the results weren't there," McGregor said at a press conference. " . . . There have been good times and bad times. I choose to remember the great times."
SPORTS
March 20, 1988 | RICHARD JUSTICE, The Washington Post
It was 16 years ago this month that Scott McGregor made his debut for a major league team and, coincidentally, it came in the same stadium Monday where he began his last-chance comeback attempt. McGregor passed the first checkpoint, pitching three scoreless innings and looking sharp in the Baltimore Orioles' 8-4 loss to the Montreal Expos. He was one of the bright spots on a day when John Habyan failed his first spring test, allowing five runs and seven hits in three innings.
SPORTS
April 9, 1989 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
He was 18 years old, one week out of high school in Las Vegas and pitching in the big leagues. A dream come true? Not for Mike Morgan, the Dodger pitcher who was almost as much a novelty for Charlie Finley and the Oakland Athletics on June 11, 1978, as Jim Abbott was for Gene Autry and the Angels Saturday night. "I was 18 years old and raw, and it killed me," Morgan said. "It didn't kill me as a person, but it killed my career." Mike Morgan will turn 30 this October. This will be his 12th season in professional baseball.
SPORTS
April 30, 1998
Former major league pitcher Scott McGregor had one of the best high school careers in Southern Section history at El Segundo High in 1969-72. He holds records for victories (51), shutouts (20), shutouts in a season (nine) and consecutive shutouts (six). He is also one of 11 players to pitch consecutive no-hitters.
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May 28, 1985 | MIKE PENNER, Times Staff Writer
As news flashes go, "Scott McGregor Beats Angels" ranks right up there with "Rain Is Wet" and "Wars Are Dangerous." Well, how about that? Learn something new every day. Whenever the Baltimore Orioles pitch McGregor against the Angels, as they did Monday afternoon, the effect is the same as placing a phonograph needle on a scratched record. Who's going to emerge victorious? McGregor . . . McGregor . . . McGregor . . . McGregor . . .
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