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August 25, 1986 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, Times Staff Writer
Just when Steve DeAngelis thought he had overcome all the supposed obstacles to making the major leagues, it appears the Philadelphia Phillies will throw another roadblock in his path. Despite starring at Temple City High School and Saddleback College, many baseball scouts thought DeAngelis, who is 5-foot, 9 1/2-inches, was too small to play pro ball.
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August 29, 1989 | Chris Foster
Steve DeAngelis has spent a rather remarkable summer--packing and unpacking. Between being released by the Philadelphia Phillies in April and reaching the Angels' triple-A team in Edmonton this month, DeAngelis has made stops in Quad City and Midland, Tex., breathing new life into his career along the way. "I've moved so often that I never unpack everything," said DeAngelis, who played at Saddleback College. "That's OK; maybe I can do all four steps in one year."
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August 29, 1989 | Chris Foster
Steve DeAngelis has spent a rather remarkable summer--packing and unpacking. Between being released by the Philadelphia Phillies in April and reaching the Angels' triple-A team in Edmonton this month, DeAngelis has made stops in Quad City and Midland, Tex., breathing new life into his career along the way. "I've moved so often that I never unpack everything," said DeAngelis, who played at Saddleback College. "That's OK; maybe I can do all four steps in one year."
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August 25, 1986 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, Times Staff Writer
Just when Steve DeAngelis thought he had overcome all the supposed obstacles to making the major leagues, it appears the Philadelphia Phillies will throw another roadblock in his path. Despite starring at Temple City High School and Saddleback College, many baseball scouts thought DeAngelis, who is 5-foot, 9 1/2-inches, was too small to play pro ball.
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April 7, 1998 | STEVE KRESAL
The Golden West women's swimming team has forfeited its six South Coast Conference dual-meet victories, conference commissioner Don MacKenzie said Monday. A Golden West spokesman would only confirm that the team went from 6-0 in conference meets to 0-6. MacKenzie said additional information would have to come from Golden West Athletic Director Tom Hermstad, but the school is on spring break and he is unavailable for comment.
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April 28, 1998
Saddleback's Kirk Bolling set a school mark form home runs Monday in the Gauchos' 20-2 victory over Mt. San Jacinto in a nonconference baseball game. Bolling, a sophomore third baseman, hit a two-run homer in the eighth, his second of the game, to give him 15 for the season and 29 in two years. The previous mark of 28 was set by Steve DeAngelis in 1983-84.
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April 30, 1990 | From Associated Press
The hitters were ahead of the pitchers in Saturday night's Texas League game between the Midland Angels and Wichita Wranglers--way ahead. Midland, the Angels' double-A affiliate, and Wichita, the San Diego Padres' affiliate, combined for 50 runs, 47 hits and nine errors as the Wranglers won, 33-17. Amazingly, the 50 runs were not a Texas League record. Seven years ago, Beaumont and El Paso combined for 56 runs.
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March 6, 1995 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Don Zimmer, coach of the Colorado Rockies, was resting comfortably Sunday in the intensive-care unit of St. Mary's Hospital in Tucson after experiencing a temporary loss of blood flow to the brain. Zimmer, 64, suffered what team trainer Dave Cilladi called a transient ischemic attack at about 6 p.m. Saturday. Zimmer is expected to remain in intensive care at least through today.
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May 9, 1998
Saddleback 9, Glendale 0--Ryan Poe (13-1) pitched a complete game and struck out 10 to earn his 13th victory, the most in Saddleback history. He gave up eight singles and no walks. Kirk Bolling (three for five, three RBIs) hit his 17th homer, a two-run shot in the first, to tie Steve DeAngelis' 1984 single-season school record. It was Bolling's ninth consecutive hit over three games. Saddleback (33-9) hosts Glendale (24-16) at 11 today.
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March 24, 1998 | STEVE KRESAL
First, Kirk Bolling waited a year just to play baseball in college. He waited another year to play the position he wanted. Now, everything is in place for the Saddleback sophomore, who is benefiting from having confidence at the plate and in the field. He's having his best season on offense, including getting 11 hits in 15 at-bats in three games last week to raise his average to .480. He also has Orange County bests in home runs (10) and runs batted in (43).
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April 2, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL
Fullerton College baseball player Tom Wilson comes with an option package that would rival that of any luxury car. He starts in right field and is also the Hornets' late-inning reliever. If needed, Fullerton Coach Nick Fuscardo wouldn't hesitate playing Wilson at first base, third base or catcher--three positions Wilson played at Troy High School during a three-year varsity career. "Tom's abilities are basically a given," Fuscardo said. "You know he can do so many things."
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April 21, 1991 | ARA NAJARIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rancho Santiago baseball Coach Don Sneddon had to convince his team Saturday that it probably will win the Orange Empire Conference championship. He also had to convince the players that they have a good chance of winning the State championship. Otherwise the Dons might not have believed it. Cypress College had just beaten them, 19-1, at Rancho Santiago.
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