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The Dodgers also announced that third baseman Jeff Hamilton and left-handed pitcher Steve Searcy have elected to test the free-agent market.
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October 15, 1992
The Dodgers also announced that third baseman Jeff Hamilton and left-handed pitcher Steve Searcy have elected to test the free-agent market.
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July 3, 1992 | BILL PLASCHKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After spending two seasons hoping for a trade, Stan Javier got his wish Thursday when the Dodgers traded him to the visiting Philadelphia Phillies for minor league pitcher Steve Searcy and a player to be named. Javier walked into the Dodger clubhouse as the team's sixth outfielder and soon after was down the hall being fitted for a Phillie uniform. He was penciled into the lineup as their starting center fielder and leadoff hitter. "I thought I had seen everything," Javier said.
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July 3, 1992 | BILL PLASCHKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After spending two seasons hoping for a trade, Stan Javier got his wish Thursday when the Dodgers traded him to the visiting Philadelphia Phillies for minor league pitcher Steve Searcy and a player to be named. Javier walked into the Dodger clubhouse as the team's sixth outfielder and soon after was down the hall being fitted for a Phillie uniform. He was penciled into the lineup as their starting center fielder and leadoff hitter. "I thought I had seen everything," Javier said.
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July 2, 1986 | Associated Press
Jim Neidlinger pitched a no-hitter to lead the Nashua Pirates to a 2-0 victory over the Glens Falls Tigers in Eastern League baseball Tuesday night. Neidlinger, who on Monday was named to the league's all-star team, struck out six and walked two as he boosted his record to 6-6. His ERA fell to 2.76. After the game, the 21-year-old, three-year veteran of the Pittsburgh Pirate organization credited his performance to his ability to change speed and hit the corners.
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August 30, 1988 | Associated Press
Right-handed pitcher Jeff Robinson of the Detroit Tigers has been put on the 15-day disabled list effective last Wednesday, Bill Lajoie, club vice president and general manager, said Monday. Robinson, 13-6 with a 2.98 earned-run average, was examined Monday by Dr. Roger Smith at Henry Ford Hospital, who found a circulatory problem in two fingers on Robinson's pitching hand, Lajoie said. The 25-year-old Robinson was scheduled to start Monday against the Chicago White Sox.
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July 16, 1991 | BILL PLASCHKE
After treating Mike Scioscia's swollen hand for a tendon injury for the last three weeks, the Dodgers learned that one of the long bones in his hand actually was broken. A bone scan revealed the hidden break, which occured when Scioscia was hit with a foul ball June 25. Scioscia will continue his treatment and he could return to the lineup Saturday when he is eligible to come off the disabled list.
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June 22, 1990 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Will the Dodgers' pursuit of a fifth starting pitcher result in Kirk Gibson returning to the Detroit Tigers? Nothing is in place, but the two clubs apparently have discussed that possibility, according to sources who requested anonymity Thursday. Dodger Vice President Fred Claire said it is his policy not to confirm or deny names of players and clubs he may or may not be talking with, but he added that the acquisition of a fifth starting pitcher is "very important to me."
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April 30, 1991 | From Associated Press
Having ended their most recent slide, the streaky Seattle Mariners are eager to extend their newest string. Not that one victory in a row is cause for celebration. But the way Seattle is playing this year, it could be the start of something big. The Mariners ended a five-game losing streak Monday night at Baltimore, getting 15 hits and routing the slumping Orioles, 10-1.
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August 1, 1990 | BILL PLASCHKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Late maneuvering Tuesday nearly resulted in a trade that sent Kirk Gibson to the Detroit Tigers hours before the 9 p.m. trading deadline, sources said. But the deal was refused by the Dodgers because of Gibson's recent offensive surge and potential contributions to a pennant race. After Tiger starter Steve Searcy struggled in a 6-2 loss in New York Monday night, Detroit General Manager Bill Lajoie phoned Dodger Vice President Fred Claire. Sources said that Searcy, who has a 1-2 record and 5.
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July 29, 1992 | BILL PLASCHKE
It appears that the Dodgers are close to finally shipping out Juan Samuel, replacing him on the roster with second base prospect Eric Young. Although Dodgers officials will not confirm it, the move seems inevitable. Samuel has started two of the 11 games since the All-Star break, and appeared in four others. Samuel might be traded by Friday's deadline or designated for assignment. "I cannot comment on anything until something is done," said Fred Claire, Dodger vice president.
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