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Extractions: This is USA Baseball . . . USA Baseball Olympic Team The USA Baseball Olympic Team will compete in the 2000 Summer Olympic Games to be held in Sydney, Australia in September. The team will consist of prefessional level players (non 40-man roster players) from the minor leagues. This will be the first professional USA Olympic Team ever assembled. At the 1996 Atlanta Centennial Olympic Games, the USA Baseball Olympic Team defeated Nicaragua for the bronze medal. It was the first official Olympic medal in USA Baseball history. When baseball was played as a demonstration sport, the United States captured a silver and gold medal in 1984 and 1988, respectively. USA Baseball National Team The USA Baseball National Team consists of the top collegiate baseball players in the country. The team is sponsored by US West and plays an exhibition schedule each summer all across America versus the world's top baseball talent, including the national teams from Cuba, Japan, Nicaragua, Australia, and Korea. Players who have worn the red, white, and blue for the National Team and have gone onto Major League Baseball success include such notables as Mark McGwire, Travis Lee, Tino Martinez, Nomar Garciaparra, John Smoltz, Robin Ventura, Will Clark, and Barry Larkin. USA Baseball Junior National Team Comprised of the nation's top players aged 18 years and younger, the USA Baseball Junior National Team is a perennial power on the international baseball scene at the World Junior Championship. In the tournament's 18-year history, the United States is the only nation to have captured a medal at every competition. The U.S. winnings include five gold medals - including one this past summer when the team defeated Chinese Taipei to win the World Championships in Kaohsiung, Taiwan - eight silver medals, and five bronze medals. Current major leaguers Mike Mussina, John Smoltz, Royce Clayton, Dan Wilson, Alex Rodriguez, Alex Fernandez, Ryan Klesko, and Gregg Olson have all worn the USA on their chests playing for the USA Baseball Junior National Team.
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Extractions: Page Expires: 2005-05-06 Thanks Big Guy! When the history of baseball is retold, the chronic unthinkable failures of this great Met in any and all clutch situations will pale in comparison to the class and dignity with which he carried himself professionally and personally. Pitching Glossary Year Ag Tm Lg W L G GS GF CG SHO SV IP H R ER HR BB SO HBP WP BFP ERA *lgERA *ERA+ ++-+-+-+-+-+-+-++++++-+++-+-+-+-+-++ 1994 21 BAL AL BAL AL ... AL TOT AL TOT 4 4 69 49 21 73.0 59 27 24 6 41 75 3 313 2.96 4.30 145 ++-+-+-+-+-+-+-++++++-+++-+-+-+-+-++ 10 Years 31 197 392 197 314 15 16 2439 3.03 4.36 144 WL%= .492 30 564 382 584.3 211 67 764 ++-+-+-+-+-+-+-++++++-+++-+-+-+-+-++
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Extractions: By Andy Tarnoff MARYVALE, ARIZ. Drew Olson is one of the names you know, mostly because sports fans have been reading his Brewers beat in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for almost 10 years. He's a rare breed of journalist who never had to leave his hometown to write about what he loves for a major daily paper. With more than 200 bylines each year, Olson is an integral part of the paper's most popular section. We caught up with Drew this March in Phoenix, where he was covering a Brewers Spring Training game. In this latest installment of Milwaukee Talks, Olsen tells us why every game story is different, what life is like on the road and how he blew out his knee onstage playing guitar with Kevin Brandt.
Extractions: HOME TICKETS SCHEDULE PLAYERS ... TEAM HISTORY Baltimore Orioles Baseball History Baltimore Orioles (major leagues), professional baseball team and one of five teams in the East Division of the American League (AL). Starting out as the St. Louis Browns, the franchise moved to Baltimore at the end of the 1953 season and was renamed the Baltimore Orioles after the black-and-orange birds of that name. The team plays at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, and wears uniforms of white, orange, and black. Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore Oriole Park, where the Baltimore Orioles baseball team plays, was built between 1989 and 1992. It was designed like traditional American ballparks, which feature natural grass and allow spectators to sit close to the field. Oriole Park inspired the construction of similar baseball fields in Denver, Cleveland, and Arlington (Texas) during the 1990s. The Orioles enjoyed their finest stretch from 1964 to 1983, a 20-season span during which they won seven division titles, six pennants, and three World Series championships. Baltimores lineups during this period included shortstops Mark Belanger and Cal Ripken, Jr., first basemen Eddie Murray and Boog Powell, pitcher Jim Palmer, third baseman Brooks Robinson, and outfielders Paul Blair and Frank Robinson. During his 17 seasons with the club, Earl Weaver, a two-time AL manager of the year, became one of the most admired managers in AL history for his ability to develop players and build winning teams.
Extractions: Baseball Notebook: Friends for life ... or something like it Sunday, September 14, 2003 By Steve Ziants, Post-Gazette Sports Writer If the Atlanta Braves were a television show, they would be "Friends. " Bobby Cox would move in across the hallway from Monica and Chandler, Greg Maddux would make the occasional cameo as Phoebe's brainy love interest who discovers that "Smelly Cat" is the only song he can dance to and Leo Mazzone would rock Rachel's baby to sleep each night while cooing sweet secrets of the split-finger fastball into her ear. If all that weren't enough to make you "Must See" it every Thursday night, before each season there would be teasers in the national rags that this season is the end of the line. The concept is tired. The economics are prohibitive. The good, long run is over. No more Emmys. No more division titles. No more Jennifer Aniston hanging out at the Golden Globes. And every year about this time we would be proved wrong. As we are this year.
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Extractions: http://www.ilos.net/~sdcards/ List updated January 11, 2000 Team - Player Singles Qty Number Full Name Name Qty Pre Card# SetName Name 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Mike Mussina 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Albert Belle 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Cal Ripken Jr. 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Calvin Pickering 1999 Bowman Best (Baseball) Jayson Werth 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Cal Ripken Jr. 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Juan Guzman 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Darnell McDonald 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Ntema Ndungidi 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Gabe Molina 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Calvin Pickering 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Albert Belle 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Will Clark 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Ryan Minor 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Tim Jr. Raines 1999 Bowman Chrome (Baseball) Mike Paradis 1999 Bowman International (Baseball) Scott Erickson 1999 Bowman International (Baseball) Mike Mussina 1999 Bowman International (Baseball) Darnell McDonald 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Scott Erickson 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Juan Guzman 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Darnell McDonald 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Calvin Pickering 1999 Bowman Standard (Baseball) Jerry Hairston, Jr.
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Extractions: In some ways, the soccer game played in North Berkeley Sunday afternoon was a typical matchup with cheerleaders, hearty competition, a rousing band and proud parents on the sidelines. But the anarchists vs. the communists soccer match veered off pretty quickly from there. Freedom through Football/A la Libertad por el Futbol When the English amateur football team, Easton Cowboys, first discussed the possibility of organising a soccer tournament in a war zone in southern Mexico, the fear of a stray bullet proved less daunting than the prospect of strict dry laws imposed inside rebel villages. "It became known as the Betty Ford tour," quipped Roger, an original Cowboy, speaking last Saturday in Morelia, a small Chiapas village where the oddest football squad in the world squared up against rebellious peasant farmers in the Lacandon jungle. Big Brother Goes to the Super Bowl