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October 27, 1992
Steve Busby, Al Carmichael, Doug DeCinces and Vince Ferragamo will be inducted into the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame tonight during a banquet at the Disneyland Hotel. Ed Arnold, a KTLA-TV Channel 5 sportscaster, will serve as master of ceremonies. In addition to the inductions, there will be four special awards honoring Hank Ives, publisher of the J.C.
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October 28, 1992 | MIKE PENNER
It isn't easy trying to fill an Orange County Sports Hall of Fame, professionally speaking. The Angels have been in Anaheim for 27 years, and all they have to show for it are eight winning seasons, three divisional titles and no American League pennants. The Rams have been in Anaheim since 1980 and haven't gotten past the conference championship game yet. They qualified twice, in 1985 and again in 1989, and were outscored by Chicago and San Francisco by a cumulative margin of 54-3.
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SPORTS
July 5, 1992
Steve Busby, who threw two no-hitters in the major leagues; Santa Ana College and USC running back Al Carmichael; Angel third baseman Doug DeCinces, and Ram quarterback Vince Ferragamo have been elected to the Orange County Hall of Fame. The four, who will be inducted Oct. 27 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, bring the membership of the local Hall of Fame to 61.
SPORTS
October 27, 1992
Steve Busby, Al Carmichael, Doug DeCinces and Vince Ferragamo will be inducted into the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame tonight during a banquet at the Disneyland Hotel. Ed Arnold, a KTLA-TV Channel 5 sportscaster, will serve as master of ceremonies. In addition to the inductions, there will be four special awards honoring Hank Ives, publisher of the J.C.
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October 20, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well on the way to his second successive 20-victory season, Steve Busby was only mildly concerned in the summer of 1975 when his right shoulder began to rebel against the stress it absorbed each time he pitched. "I was 12-4, 12-5, something like that at the All-Star break and I had pitched right around 180 innings," said Busby, who won 16 games for the Kansas City Royals in 1973 and 22 games in 1974, including a no-hitter in each season.
SPORTS
October 28, 1992 | MIKE PENNER
It isn't easy trying to fill an Orange County Sports Hall of Fame, professionally speaking. The Angels have been in Anaheim for 27 years, and all they have to show for it are eight winning seasons, three divisional titles and no American League pennants. The Rams have been in Anaheim since 1980 and haven't gotten past the conference championship game yet. They qualified twice, in 1985 and again in 1989, and were outscored by Chicago and San Francisco by a cumulative margin of 54-3.
SPORTS
March 29, 2003
In the mawkish style that is his trademark, Bill Plaschke writes that the decision to return Darren Dreifort to the Dodgers' starting rotation is "inspirational," the team's "feel-good tale of the season." He draws a parallel to pitching coach Jim Colborn's story about Steve Busby, whose comeback from serious injury turned his teammates into emotional, teary-eyed cheerleaders. What Plaschke didn't write about was Andy Ashby's contract, the one that will force the Dodgers to pay him $8 million in 2004 if he pitches 168 innings in 2003.
SPORTS
May 10, 2000 | VINCE KOWALICK
Cal State Fullerton pounded six Northridge pitchers for a season-high 23 hits and routed the host Matadors, 17-5. Titan catcher Jeff Gates had five hits and four RBIs, including a home run. Steve Woodward had four hits, David Bacani had three and Josh Weller had two RBIs for the Titans. Fullerton (31-16), in first place in the Big West, chased sophomore left-hander Andy Davidson (4-7) with six runs--all earned--in the first inning. The Titans had a 3-0 lead before Northridge recorded an out.
SPORTS
September 4, 1992
Twelve years of anticipation became reality Thursday when groundbreaking ceremonies took place for an Anaheim Stadium addition that will house the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame. Hall of Fame members Mickey Flynn (1981), Brian Goodell ('83), Alex Maese ('86), and Alex Omalev ('91) joined former Ram quarterback Vince Ferragamo, who will be inducted in October, and Hall President Janet Donovan in the ceremony just outside Gate 6 of the stadium where the three-story addition will be constructed.
SPORTS
December 5, 1993
Membership in the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame will grow to 67 today when six men are inducted in a ceremony beginning at 11 a.m. outside of the new Hall of Fame museum adjacent to Gate 6 at Anaheim Stadium. Major League Baseball's Bert Blyleven and Gary Carter, community college football coaching legend Hal Sherbeck, former football stars Ray Willsey and Jerry Shipkey and former standout track athlete and coach Maurice (Red) Guyer compose the Hall's 13th class.
SPORTS
October 20, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Well on the way to his second successive 20-victory season, Steve Busby was only mildly concerned in the summer of 1975 when his right shoulder began to rebel against the stress it absorbed each time he pitched. "I was 12-4, 12-5, something like that at the All-Star break and I had pitched right around 180 innings," said Busby, who won 16 games for the Kansas City Royals in 1973 and 22 games in 1974, including a no-hitter in each season.
SPORTS
July 5, 1992
Steve Busby, who threw two no-hitters in the major leagues; Santa Ana College and USC running back Al Carmichael; Angel third baseman Doug DeCinces, and Ram quarterback Vince Ferragamo have been elected to the Orange County Hall of Fame. The four, who will be inducted Oct. 27 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, bring the membership of the local Hall of Fame to 61.
SPORTS
June 20, 2012 | By Chuck Schilken
Texas Rangers TV play-by-play announcer Dave Barnett will receive a medical evaluation after giving an incoherent on-air description of a play that included a reference to "fifth" base. The team said in a statement Tuesday that Barnett will miss at least the rest of the Rangers' series with the San Diego Padres as he undergoes an evaluation for the inadvertent verbal miscues. According to the team, Barnett is attributing the incident Monday to a recurrence of migraine headaches.
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June 2, 1987 | DAN HAFNER
Atlee Hammaker is developing into one of the top stories in major league baseball this season. The fact that the San Francisco Giant left-hander can throw a baseball is one thing. But to be able to pitch, and pitch well, is remarkable. Hammaker, who was out all of last season because of rotator cuff surgery, pitched the Giants to a 9-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies Monday night at San Francisco.
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