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July 2, 1991 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You say batter. They call him bateador. You know them as outfielders. To them, they are jardineros. You jump from your seat with a home run. They see it as a cuadrangular. But no matter the language, the message remains the same in the game of baseball, or beisbol, when described by Ulpiano Cos Villa and Ruben Valentin.
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July 2, 1991 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You say batter. They call him bateador. You know them as outfielders. To them, they are jardineros. You jump from your seat with a home run. They see it as a cuadrangular. But no matter the language, the message remains the same in the game of baseball, or beisbol, when described by Ulpiano Cos Villa and Ruben Valentin.
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NEWS
April 9, 1990
TV: KTLA, Channel 5 Radio: (KMPC 710 and XPRS 1090, Spanish) TV ANNOUNCERS * Joe Torre: Torre, a former manager with the Mets and Braves, will start his sixth year broadcasting Angel games, his first as the TV play-by-play announcer on Channel 5. He will also be an analyst on SportsChannel. Torre replaces his former partner, Bob Starr, who had been the team's play-by-play announcer for the past 10 seasons.
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April 23, 1998 | KEVIN BAXTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's an hour before game time at Edison International Field and Jose Tolentino, the newest member of the Anaheim Angels radio team, is racing around the stadium's two-story press box like a kid locked in a candy store. Just outside a booth reserved for the visiting team's broadcasters, he skids to a stop. "Hey, do you know that guy's name?" he asks, pointing excitedly toward a figure just inside the open door. "He used to be a player, didn't he?"
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