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May 4, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Dan Cey, a former All-City infielder at El Camino Real High and All-Pacific-10 shortstop at California, has retired from professional baseball. Cey, 24, a third-round draft choice of the Minnesota Twins in 1996, was playing for triple-A Salt Lake City. He had been on the disabled list and appeared in eight games this season. "It came down to, 'Is this making me happy?' " Cey said. "Honestly, I wanted to do something else."
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July 21, 1993
Warren Stewart's sacrifice fly scored Gabe Kapler with the winning run in the top of the ninth inning and Woodland Hills East upset Valley North, 3-2, in a first-round game of the American Legion District 20 double-elimination playoffs at Birmingham High. Valley North left-hander Rick Staves picked off Kapler with one out, but an errant throw by first baseman Dave Stevenson allowed Kapler to take third.
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May 29, 1998
Lancaster lost to San Bernardino, 4-3, Thursday in a California League game at the Hanger. Brendan Kingman had two hits and three runs batted in for the Jethawks (29-25). SUNS Despite 12 strikeouts in seven innings by Eric King, the Suns (2-4) were defeated by Chico, 5-2. Marc DiCarlo's two-run double in the ninth accounted for the Suns' runs.
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May 26, 2000
* Matt Harrington of Palmdale High has been selected the Gatorade player of the year in California. The right-handed pitcher and designated hitter is a finalist for national player of the year. * Rich McKeon, coach at Taft since 1988, has resigned. McKeon's best team was in 1993, when the Toreadors, led by Stacy Kleiner and Gabe Kapler, advanced to the City Section semifinals. The Toreadors were 3-23 this season.
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June 17, 1998 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
Triple A--Third baseman Torey Lovullo (Montclair Prep) hit his 12th home run in Buffalo's 8-3 victory over Durham. . . . Derek Wallace (Chatsworth High, Pepperdine) allowed one run in two innings of relief and earned the victory for Norfolk over Scranton-Wilkes Barre. Left-hander Randy Wolf (El Camino Real-Pepperdine) gave up three runs in six innings for Scranton-Wilkes Barre but did not have a decision.
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May 9, 1999
Former Crespi High and Pierce College standout Mike Glendenning went three for four with a home run, double and three runs batted in as the San Jose Giants downed Lancaster, 4-2, Saturday night at the Hangar in Lancaster. Luis Figueroa had three of the JetHawks' six hits. The Giants improved to 18-12 and Lancaster fell to 11-19. * Up next: Today-Tuesday at Rancho Cucamonga.
SPORTS
May 29, 1999
Catcher Rafael Lopez had two hits, including a run-scoring single, but Modesto defeated Lancaster, 9-3, in front of 2,327 Friday night at Modesto in a California League game. Lopez threw out three baserunners in four steal attempts. Modesto is 35-14 and leads the league, while Lancaster, at 18-31, continues to falter and is in last place. * Up next: At Modesto, tonight-Sunday; at the Hangar, vs. Modesto, Tuesday-Thursday.
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October 23, 1998 | ERIC SONDHEIMER
Gabe Kapler, former Taft High and Moorpark College outfielder, and Randy Wolf, former El Camino Real and Pepperdine pitcher, are among the statistical leaders in the Arizona Fall League. Kapler, minor league player of the year in the Detroit Tigers' organization, ranks 10th in batting with a .328 average. Wolf, who pitched in triple A in the Philadelphia Phillies' organization, is fourth in earned-run average at 2.40. He has 15 strikeouts in 15 innings.
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June 21, 1996
Area players selected in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft. Boldface denotes players who have signed contracts. Information on players drafted beyond the 10th round was provided by players and scouts. *--* NAME SCHOOL POS.
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May 26, 1999
The High Desert Mavericks collected 14 hits and defeated Lancaster, 9-3, in a California League game Tuesday night at the Hangar. High Desert (19-26) scored four runs, one earned, in the first two innings against Joe Victery (1-4). Cirilo Cruz had three hits for the JetHawks (16-30). * Up next: At the Hangar, tonight-Thursday, vs. High Desert; at Modesto, Friday-Sunday.
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