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July 11, 1997 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Steve Reed stands on the mound, another baseball game possibly on the line, and sees a boy's disarming smile. He stares down a batter, with thousands anticipating his next pitch, and feels the child's courage. For Reed, a relief pitcher for the Colorado Rockies and a graduate of Chatsworth High, it has been that way since September. That's when his son, Logan, was born with achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism. "It hasn't been a normal year, to say the least," Reed said.
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July 11, 1997 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Steve Reed stands on the mound, another baseball game possibly on the line, and sees a boy's disarming smile. He stares down a batter, with thousands anticipating his next pitch, and feels the child's courage. For Reed, a relief pitcher for the Colorado Rockies and a graduate of Chatsworth High, it has been that way since September. That's when his son, Logan, was born with achondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism. "It hasn't been a normal year, to say the least," Reed said.
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SPORTS
November 18, 1992
Former Chatsworth High pitcher Steve Reed was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the third round of the major league expansion draft Tuesday. Reed, who had been in the San Francisco Giants' organization, was the 30th of 36 players taken by the Rockies. The right-hander saved 23 games for double-A Shreveport this season before being promoted to triple-A Phoenix, for which he 20 saves. Reed's season total of 43 saves is a minor-league record.
SPORTS
November 18, 1992
Former Chatsworth High pitcher Steve Reed was selected by the Colorado Rockies in the third round of the major league expansion draft Tuesday. Reed, who had been in the San Francisco Giants' organization, was the 30th of 36 players taken by the Rockies. The right-hander saved 23 games for double-A Shreveport this season before being promoted to triple-A Phoenix, for which he 20 saves. Reed's season total of 43 saves is a minor-league record.
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August 30, 1992 | GARY KLEIN
Steve Reed knew his road to the major leagues would be filled with detours and traffic jams. "When you get into pro ball and you're signed as a free agent, the road is a lot longer," said Reed, a pitcher who signed with the San Francisco Giants in 1988. "I knew it was going to take some time to overcome the fact that I wasn't a high draft pick. But once I got in and saw the competition, I knew I wasn't overmatched." Reed, 26, has dominated batters all season at double-A Shreveport, La.
BUSINESS
September 7, 1994 | Greg Johnson Times staff writer
Super Store Open: Sportmart has opened a new super store in Mission Viejo, its 16th in Southern California. The company also opened new stores in Oakland and Sacramento during August, bringing its nationwide store count to 48. The 42,000-square-foot store in Mission Viejo is at 25462 El Paseo. "We conduct intensive research and competitively analyze the marketplace to discover the unmet sporting-goods needs of area residents," said Sportmart western regional manager Steve Reed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 2002 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A 67-year-old Camarillo man was killed Thursday afternoon when he lost control and overturned the Jeep he was driving, authorities said. The man's identity was withheld pending notification of his family. The crash occurred at about 4:30 p.m. near the intersection of Las Posas Road and Fifth Street in an unincorporated area between Oxnard and Camarillo, said California Highway Patrol spokesman Steve Reed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 9, 1988
The Alzheimer's Assn. of Orange County and the Health Insurance Counseling Advocacy Program are sponsoring a forum on "Medicare Supplemental Insurance Policies" from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday. The free seminar, funded by the California Department of Aging, will be held at the United Western Medical Center, 1001 N. Tustin Ave., Santa Ana. Steve Reed of the Social Security Administration will speak on "What Medicare Covers," including a discussion of the recent changes in Medicare laws.
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January 23, 2011 | By Martha Groves, Los Angeles Times
Anyone who has ever tramped through a dim, Escher-esque parking garage in search of a "lost" automobile might welcome an abracadabra technology that could help locate it. But what if that magic involved an array of 24/7 surveillance cameras and was also available to police and auto repossessers? What if it could be tapped by jilted lovers, or that angry guy you accidentally cut off in traffic? Would the convenience be worth the loss of privacy? Those are some of the questions civil libertarians and others are asking as technology capable of spying on motorists and pedestrians is converted to widespread commercial use. Santa Monica Place recently unveiled the nation's first camera-based "Find Your Car" system.
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August 30, 1992 | GARY KLEIN
Steve Reed knew his road to the major leagues would be filled with detours and traffic jams. "When you get into pro ball and you're signed as a free agent, the road is a lot longer," said Reed, a pitcher who signed with the San Francisco Giants in 1988. "I knew it was going to take some time to overcome the fact that I wasn't a high draft pick. But once I got in and saw the competition, I knew I wasn't overmatched." Reed, 26, has dominated batters all season at double-A Shreveport, La.
SPORTS
August 29, 1998 | From Associated Press
The Oakland Athletics scored eight runs in the 10th inning, highlighted by Mike Blowers' two-run double and Jason Giambi's three-run homer Friday night in a 14-6 victory over the Cleveland Indians. With the score tied, 6-6, the A's loaded the bases against Steve Reed (2-2) on two walks and an infield single. Scott Spiezio then lined a 3-and-2 pitch down the left-field line for two runs.
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August 7, 1987
Efforts to help two hikers in distress led authorities to a huge marijuana farm in the San Diego County backcountry. About 5,600 marijuana plants worth an estimated $1.4 million were growing on the farm, Lt. Alan C. Fulmer of the Sheriff's Department said Wednesday. He said the plants were hidden under the high chaparral on federal land.
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