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March 28, 1989 | JOHN WEYLER, Times Staff Writer
For the 12th time in 13 seasons, Stewart Cliburn will begin the year in the minor leagues. Cliburn met with Manager Doug Rader, General Manager Mike Port and pitching coach Marcel Lachemann Monday and listened calmly as they explained he was being sent to Edmonton, the Angels' triple-A farm team. "This isn't new," Cliburn said. "It's never fun, but it's the nature of the game."
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March 28, 1989 | JOHN WEYLER, Times Staff Writer
For the 12th time in 13 seasons, Stewart Cliburn will begin the year in the minor leagues. Cliburn met with Manager Doug Rader, General Manager Mike Port and pitching coach Marcel Lachemann Monday and listened calmly as they explained he was being sent to Edmonton, the Angels' triple-A farm team. "This isn't new," Cliburn said. "It's never fun, but it's the nature of the game."
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SPORTS
July 30, 1987 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
This is the fourth year that Stewart Cliburn has spent at least part of his summer here in this Alberta city, playing baseball for the Trappers, the Angels' Triple-A team. He knows about the weather, which can go from good to bad quickly. He knows about the residents, about the nicest people this side of Brigadoon. He knows the good restaurants and the happening night spots.
SPORTS
July 30, 1987 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
This is the fourth year that Stewart Cliburn has spent at least part of his summer here in this Alberta city, playing baseball for the Trappers, the Angels' Triple-A team. He knows about the weather, which can go from good to bad quickly. He knows about the residents, about the nicest people this side of Brigadoon. He knows the good restaurants and the happening night spots.
SPORTS
December 12, 1990
Former Angel pitcher Stewart Cliburn was hired as pitching coach of the Angels' Class A affiliate in Palm Springs.
SPORTS
January 27, 1988
The Angels announced Tuesday that Stewart Cliburn has signed a one-year contract with its Triple-A team, the Edmonton Trappers. Cliburn, 31, pitched only 15 innings all season because of a sore shoulder.
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December 17, 1988
Did the Philadelphia Phillies need pitching real bad or real bad pitching (Dec. 9)? From the looks of the Phil Bradley-Ken Howell trade, I couldn't tell. Phillie General Manager Lee Thomas gave up a fine hitter for a sore-armed pitcher. Geez, I wish Thomas had only talked to the Angels first; he could have acquired the "great" Stewart Cliburn. TOM BOKARAE Huntington Beach
SPORTS
December 19, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
The Dodgers have decided not to tender a contract to infielder Glenn Hoffman, making him a free agent, the team said Friday. Hoffman, 29, hit .220 in 40 games with the Dodgers after being acquired from Boston Aug. 21. Similarly, the Angels said that Stewart Cliburn, 31, who compiled a 9-3 record and 2.09 earned-run average in 1985 before being hampered by a sore arm the last two seasons, will not be offered a contract.
SPORTS
April 7, 1987 | MIKE PENNER, Times Staff Writer
The Angel youth movement was shoved along Monday when the club released veterans Rob Wilfong and Jerry Narron, sent Stewart Cliburn to Edmonton and replaced all three with rookies. Wilfong, 33, spent 4 1/2 seasons as a utility infielder with the Angels, batting .229. He had been expected to provide insurance behind rookie second baseman Mark McLemore, but strong springs by McLemore, who hit .301, and Gus Polidor, .275, prompted the Angels to change that thinking. At the same time, Wilfong hit .
SPORTS
September 11, 1988 | Associated Press
Ruben Sierra hit a two-out RBI double in the 17th inning Saturday night, and the Texas Rangers beat the Angels, 3-2, in the longest American League game this season. Mitch Cook, making his first major league appearance of the season, hit Fletcher with two outs. Cook threw a wild pitch, and Vance Lovelace, making his first big league appearance, relieved. Lovelace walked Pete O'Brien, and Rich Monteleone, making his first major league appearance this season, came in as the seventh Angel pitcher.
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