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April 2, 1988
Walking pneumonia is expected to keep ace reliever Steve Bedrosian, the 1987 National League Cy Young Award winner, out of the Philadelphia Phillies' lineup until later this month, even after his stint on the 21-day disabled list ends April 11.
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December 18, 1992 | From Associated Press
Dave Winfield, a native Minnesotan who helped the Toronto Blue Jays win the World Series, has agreed to a two-year contract with the Twins, it was learned Thursday. The Twins called a news conference for today and a source within the organization said Winfield's signing will be announced. Twin General Manager Andy MacPhail declined comment. Neither Winfield nor his agent, Jeff Klein, could be contacted.
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April 15, 1990 | Associated Press
The San Francisco Giants have granted indefinite leave to pitcher Steve Bedrosian, whose 2 1/2-year-old son, Cody, has leukemia. "It's up to him and his family when he comes back, however long," Manager Roger Craig said. "Steve should take as much time as he needs with his family before coming back, as those concerns are so much more important than baseball," General Manager Al Rosen said.
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February 27, 1992 | Associated Press
Relief pitcher Steve Bedrosian, the 1987 Cy Young Award winner, is retiring. Bedrosian, 34, was 5-3 with six saves and a 4.42 earned-run average last year with the World Series champion Minnesota Twins, who let him go over the winter. "I have no regrets," he said. "It was a great way to end, with a world champion." Milwaukee Brewer reliever and Venezuelan murder suspect Julio Machado may be freed from prison to play during the 1992 season, according to Venezuelan officials.
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February 27, 1992 | Associated Press
Relief pitcher Steve Bedrosian, the 1987 Cy Young Award winner, is retiring. Bedrosian, 34, was 5-3 with six saves and a 4.42 earned-run average last year with the World Series champion Minnesota Twins, who let him go over the winter. "I have no regrets," he said. "It was a great way to end, with a world champion." Milwaukee Brewer reliever and Venezuelan murder suspect Julio Machado may be freed from prison to play during the 1992 season, according to Venezuelan officials.
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April 16, 1990 | SUSAN FORNOFF, MC CLATCHY NEWS SERVICE
The last time the Giants saw their acclaimed closer, Steve Bedrosian was tearing the door off the valuables cabinet in their Atlanta clubhouse to get his wallet. He had just learned that his and Tammy Bedrosian's 2-year-old son, Cody, had become ill again. Thursday, the Bedrosians learned that Cody has acute lymphocytic leukemia. And Sunday the startled Giants saw a thinner, wearier and sadder Steve Bedrosian suddenly appear at their clubhouse door.
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June 30, 1987 | Associated Press
Steve Bedrosian set a major league record with his 12th save in 12 straight appearances and rookie Keith Hughes broke a sixth-inning tie with his first major league hit as Philadelphia beat Pittsburgh, 6-5, Monday in the first game of a twi-night doubleheader. Bedrosian pitched two innings to break the record set by Sparky Lyle with the New York Yankees in 1973. It was Bedrosian's 19th save of the season. Chris James started the Phillies' winning rally in the sixth with a one-out single.
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December 18, 1992 | From Associated Press
Dave Winfield, a native Minnesotan who helped the Toronto Blue Jays win the World Series, has agreed to a two-year contract with the Twins, it was learned Thursday. The Twins called a news conference for today and a source within the organization said Winfield's signing will be announced. Twin General Manager Andy MacPhail declined comment. Neither Winfield nor his agent, Jeff Klein, could be contacted.
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June 20, 1989 | Associated Press
Len Dykstra, Roger McDowell, Dennis Cook, Terry Mulholland, John Kruk and Randy Ready are all on the Philadelphia Phillies' roster, but you wouldn't know it without a new scorecard. General Manager Lee Thomas wasn't kidding when he promised to shake up the foundering franchise. Thomas, who joined the Phillies last June 21, listened and watched as his club sank to the worst record in baseball. He saw his pitchers give up too many walks, wild pitches and gopher balls. He cringed at the mental mistakes--throws to the wrong base, stupid base-running and runner after runner left on base.
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May 1, 1989 | From Associated Press
If Eric Davis really wants a change of scenery, perhaps he should consider Philadelphia. Davis, who has talked of returning to his home in Los Angeles when he becomes a free agent, continued his run of success in Veterans Stadium Sunday with a two-run homer in the ninth inning that gave the Cincinnati Reds a 5-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. "I can't explain it," Davis said. "Some parks you feel good in, some you don't. I happen to feel real comfortable here. "It was a fastball outside.
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July 28, 1990 | CURTIS EICHELBERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three years ago, life couldn't have been any sweeter for Steve Bedrosian. His wife, Tammy, had just had their second son, Cody; Bedrosian was the National League save leader with 40, and he had just edged Rick Sutcliffe to win the closest Cy Young Award voting ever. At 30, his 94-m.p.h. fastball and notorious slider made him the bullpen darling of Philadelphia. It was the last good year Bedrosian has had--on or off the diamond.
SPORTS
April 16, 1990 | SUSAN FORNOFF, MC CLATCHY NEWS SERVICE
The last time the Giants saw their acclaimed closer, Steve Bedrosian was tearing the door off the valuables cabinet in their Atlanta clubhouse to get his wallet. He had just learned that his and Tammy Bedrosian's 2-year-old son, Cody, had become ill again. Thursday, the Bedrosians learned that Cody has acute lymphocytic leukemia. And Sunday the startled Giants saw a thinner, wearier and sadder Steve Bedrosian suddenly appear at their clubhouse door.
SPORTS
April 15, 1990 | Associated Press
The San Francisco Giants have granted indefinite leave to pitcher Steve Bedrosian, whose 2 1/2-year-old son, Cody, has leukemia. "It's up to him and his family when he comes back, however long," Manager Roger Craig said. "Steve should take as much time as he needs with his family before coming back, as those concerns are so much more important than baseball," General Manager Al Rosen said.
SPORTS
June 20, 1989 | Associated Press
Len Dykstra, Roger McDowell, Dennis Cook, Terry Mulholland, John Kruk and Randy Ready are all on the Philadelphia Phillies' roster, but you wouldn't know it without a new scorecard. General Manager Lee Thomas wasn't kidding when he promised to shake up the foundering franchise. Thomas, who joined the Phillies last June 21, listened and watched as his club sank to the worst record in baseball. He saw his pitchers give up too many walks, wild pitches and gopher balls. He cringed at the mental mistakes--throws to the wrong base, stupid base-running and runner after runner left on base.
SPORTS
May 13, 1989 | ROSS NEWHAN, Times Staff Writer
A fifth straight day off would have been preferable to the embarrassment the Dodgers experienced Friday night. To start with, Ken Howell, a man they traded in December, allowed only four hits in seven shutout innings before Steve Bedrosian wrapped up a 3-0 victory for the Philadelphia Phillies. Then there was Mike Davis, who came off his pivotal pratfall in Sunday's game against the Chicago Cubs to provide another base-running gaffe at a critical juncture of what became the Dodgers' fourth shutout in the last 12 games--their team batting average, already last in the National League, dropping to .226.
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May 1, 1989 | From Associated Press
If Eric Davis really wants a change of scenery, perhaps he should consider Philadelphia. Davis, who has talked of returning to his home in Los Angeles when he becomes a free agent, continued his run of success in Veterans Stadium Sunday with a two-run homer in the ninth inning that gave the Cincinnati Reds a 5-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. "I can't explain it," Davis said. "Some parks you feel good in, some you don't. I happen to feel real comfortable here. "It was a fastball outside.
SPORTS
July 28, 1990 | CURTIS EICHELBERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three years ago, life couldn't have been any sweeter for Steve Bedrosian. His wife, Tammy, had just had their second son, Cody; Bedrosian was the National League save leader with 40, and he had just edged Rick Sutcliffe to win the closest Cy Young Award voting ever. At 30, his 94-m.p.h. fastball and notorious slider made him the bullpen darling of Philadelphia. It was the last good year Bedrosian has had--on or off the diamond.
SPORTS
May 13, 1989 | ROSS NEWHAN, Times Staff Writer
A fifth straight day off would have been preferable to the embarrassment the Dodgers experienced Friday night. To start with, Ken Howell, a man they traded in December, allowed only four hits in seven shutout innings before Steve Bedrosian wrapped up a 3-0 victory for the Philadelphia Phillies. Then there was Mike Davis, who came off his pivotal pratfall in Sunday's game against the Chicago Cubs to provide another base-running gaffe at a critical juncture of what became the Dodgers' fourth shutout in the last 12 games--their team batting average, already last in the National League, dropping to .226.
SPORTS
April 2, 1988
Walking pneumonia is expected to keep ace reliever Steve Bedrosian, the 1987 National League Cy Young Award winner, out of the Philadelphia Phillies' lineup until later this month, even after his stint on the 21-day disabled list ends April 11.
SPORTS
June 30, 1987 | Associated Press
Steve Bedrosian set a major league record with his 12th save in 12 straight appearances and rookie Keith Hughes broke a sixth-inning tie with his first major league hit as Philadelphia beat Pittsburgh, 6-5, Monday in the first game of a twi-night doubleheader. Bedrosian pitched two innings to break the record set by Sparky Lyle with the New York Yankees in 1973. It was Bedrosian's 19th save of the season. Chris James started the Phillies' winning rally in the sixth with a one-out single.
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