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 1982 NHL Entry Draft -- Ken Daneyko
Paired on defense with Scott Niedermayer and Kevin Dean for New Jersey in 1995-96 season.
An outstanding baseball player, he was once invited to try out for Cincinnati Reds at their annual rookie camp.
Missed parts of 1996-97 season with hip injury, suffered in New Jersey's Oct. 14, 1996, practice, and with the flu, contracted in January 1997.
www.hockeydraftcentral.com /1982/82018.html   (1194 words)

  
 1981 Cincinnati Reds Schedule with Wins, Losses, Scores and Splits by Baseball Almanac
Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive team schedule for the 1981 Cincinnati Reds with dates for every game played, opponents faced, a final score, and a cumulative record for the 1981 season.
1981 Cincinnati Reds Schedule with Wins, Losses, Scores and Splits by Baseball Almanac
Cal is ONLY playing 162 games a year." - Frank Robinson in The Sporting News (September 11, 1995)
baseball-almanac.com /teamstats/schedule.php?y=1981&t=CN5   (99 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Braves are division champs again
The 1975 Cincinnati Reds clinched a division title on Sept. 7, and the Cleveland Indians in 1995 wrapped up the division on Sept. 8.
The 1995 clinching was in game No. 129 of a 144-game season while the 1998 clinch came in No. 151 of a 162-game season.
The Braves won the division by 21 games in 1995 and 18 games in 1998.
www.usatoday.com /sports/baseball/nl/braves/2002-09-09-braves-clinch_x.htm   (99 words)

  
 TWO ASSISTANT COACHES ADDED TO USD BASEBALL STAFF :: NCAA Division I College Baseball
Johnson will serve as the Toreros associate recruiting coordinator and primary hitting coach while Viramontes, a former scout for the Cincinnati Reds, has accepted the position of San Diego's volunteer assistant.
He later became an Associate Scout for the Cincinnati Reds, evaluating baseball talent in inner-city Los Angeles.
SAN DIEGO, CA- The University of San Diego baseball program, twice West Coast Conference Champions under current head coach Rich Hill, has named Jay Johnson and Mark Viramontes assistant coaches in preparation for the 2006 season.
usdtoreros.collegesports.com /sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/082305aaa.html   (99 words)

  
 Cincinnati Reds News
Benzinger was traded to the Kansas City Royals in 1991 and played for the Royals, Dodgers and Giants before retiring after the 1995 season.
1990 season: Benzinger was the Reds' regular first baseman until late June, then saw his playing time reduced by a hand injury and the emergence of rookie Hal Morris.
Piniella would remain as Reds' manager until 1992, when he would leave to begin his current successful reign as manager of the Seattle Mariners.
reds.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/cin/news/cin_news_story.jsp?article_id=cin_20020103_90roster_news&team_id=cin   (3601 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Reds won't have Larkin around anymore
Larkin helped the Reds win a World Series in 1990, earned NL Most Valuable Player honors in 1995 and was a steadying influence in the clubhouse during former owner Marge Schott's suspensions in the 1990s.
His 18 seasons with Cincinnati are the most that any current major leaguer has spent with one team.
Larkin has been limited by torn groin muscles, a hernia, toe surgery, strained rib cage muscles, a sore neck, a pulled hamstring and recurring problems with his calf muscles, in addition to a finger injury that landed him on the disabled list for the third time this season.
www.usatoday.com /sports/baseball/nl/reds/2003-09-22-larkin-leaving-cincy_x.htm   (799 words)

  
 IHCC Baseball
Jenkins was a minor league pitching coach for the Rangers and Cincinnati Reds and served as the Chicago Cubs' pitching coach in 1995 and '96.
Jenkins was enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 1991 after a 19-year major league career that saw him win 20 or more games in a season for six consecutive years, the only time that’s been done in over 40 years.
Jenkins was traded after the 1973 season to the Texas Rangers for whom he won 25 games in 1974 and was named the AL Comeback Player of the Year.
www.ihcc.cc.ia.us /ihcc/Athletics/baseball/baseball.asp   (1274 words)

  
 Major League Baseball : News : Major League Baseball News
Hatteberg, who will likely back up Adam Dunn at first base, is the third player the Reds have acquired since Krivsky took over.
Krivsky's latest move was adding veteran first baseman Scott Hatteberg, who agreed to terms with Cincinnati on a one-year contract on Sunday.
Scott Hatteberg hit.256 with seven home runs and 59 RBIs last season with the A's.
boston.redsox.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/news/article.jsp?ymd=20060212&content_id=1310281&vkey=hotstove2005&fext=.jsp   (542 words)

  
 Drew Sharp: We can take equal pride in two men
Anderson said Tuesday that his plaque will show him in a Cincinnati cap in honor of former Reds general manager Bob Howsam, who gave the unknown Anderson his first big-league managing job in 1970.
Sparky was the manager for 17 years, staying until the Tigers committed to a youth overhaul after the 1995 season.
But Howsam also fired Anderson after the 1978 season, igniting ill feelings that only began to subside in the years after Sparky departed Detroit.
www.freep.com /sports/drewsharp/drew1_20000301.htm   (542 words)

  
 tbs.com - Ron Gant
Gant was named among the top ten National League Most Valuable Players in 1991 while with the Braves, and in 1995 with the Cincinnati Reds.
Gant was also among the league leaders in homeruns, doubles, RBIs, runs and stolen bases, leading the Braves to the World Series just one season after having baseball's worst record.
In addition to the Braves and Reds, Gant played for the Philadelphia Phillies, the Anaheim Angels, the Colorado Rockies, the Oakland Athletics and the San Diego Padres during his nineteen-year career.
www.tbsuperperks.com /stories/story/0,,45946,00.html   (542 words)

  
 Ballparks of the Negro Leagues and Barnstorming Black Baseball Teams
These factors, along with the city's desire to build a single stadium that could house both the Reds and the Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL led to the closure of Crosley and the mid-season move of the Reds in 1970 to Riverfront Stadium.
In 1995, $500,000 worth of improvements to the stadium were made, such as the installation of new seats, and upgrading the VIP section to include cup holders.
The stadium structure was built in 1937 and the grandstand took its current shape by 1941.
www.nlbpa.com /ballparks.html   (3647 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Reds to retire Sparky Anderson's uniform number
CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Reds will retire the uniform number of former manager Sparky Anderson, who led the Big Red Machine to a record of 863-586 and two World Series championships in nine seasons.
The Reds won 108 regular season games in 1975 and 102 in 1976 and were World Series champs both years.
Anderson, 70, managed the Reds from 1970 through 1978.
www.usatoday.com /sports/baseball/nl/reds/2004-09-02-anderson-honor_x.htm   (203 words)

  
 Dante Bichette - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bichette had his best season in 1995, coming very close to the Triple Crown with a.340 batting average, 40 home runs and 128 RBIs and barely lost the MVP voting to the Cincinnati Reds' Barry Larkin.
Bichette also hit his first home run at the newly-constructed Coors Field, a fourteenth inning smash against the Mets that secured an opening day victory for the Rockies in 1995.
Alphonse Dante Bichette (November 18, 1963-) was a powerful slugger for his 14 seasons in Major League Baseball.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dante_Bichette   (439 words)

  
 The American Sportscasters Association-Becoming a Sportscaster
Morgan, the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer, began his sportscasting career in 1985 covering the Reds for WLWT-TV.
He won a CableACE Award during his first season with ESPN in 1990, a Sports Emmy Award in 1997, and was named ASA Sportscaster of the Year in 1998.
Michaels was named ASA Sportscaster of the Year in 1995 and has won three Sports Emmy Awards.
www.americansportscasters.com /1999year.html   (444 words)

  
 Jimmy Haynes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
September 5, 1972 in LaGrange, Georgia) is a Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher who plays for the Cincinnati Reds.
He made his debut in the 1995 season and was later sent to the Oakland Athletics.
Jimmy Haynes was released from the Reds in 2004, after only 5 apperances, with an ERA of 9.60.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Jimmy_Haynes   (131 words)

  
 Marinelli Field, Rockford, Ill.
In 1999, the team was purchased by a group that hooked up with the Cincinnati Reds and arranged to move the team to Dayton, Ohio.
Home team: Rockford Expos (1988-92), Royals (1993-94), Cubbies (1995-98), Reds (1999), Midwest League; Rockford RiverHawks, Frontier League (2002-05)
The RiverHawks of the independent Frontier League moved in for the 2002 season, resurrecting the facility.
home1.gte.net /charliesballparks/stadiums/rockford.htm   (229 words)

  
 ESPN.com - TVLISTINGS - On Air
In 1972, Morgan was traded to the Cincinnati Reds, where he became the spark plug of Cincinnati's "Big Red Machine." He was named to eight consecutive All-Star teams (1972-79) and received back-to-back MVP honors in 1975 and '76.
Morgan returned to Houston as a free agent for the 1980 season, followed by stints in San Francisco (1981-82), Philadelphia (1983), and Oakland (1984).
Morgan owned and was president of Joe Morgan Beverage Company, a Coors beer distributorship, from 1988 to 1995.
bios.espn.com /talent/joe_morgan   (494 words)

  
 Reds Alert!: Cincinnati Reds Baseball @ All-Sports Ohio
Narron spent the 2003 season as bench coach under Boston Red Sox manager Grady Little and was a coach for the Rangers from 1995-2001.
Narron, 49, becomes the 58th manager in Reds history and the 48th since 1900.
During the 2001 and 2002 seasons, Narron managed in the Major Leagues for the Texas Rangers.
cincinnatiredsbaseball.blogspot.com   (494 words)

  
 AllSports' MLB News - Reds cut ties with Barry Larkin
A member of the 1990 World Series champions, he earned National League's Most Valuable Player award in 1995, the last year the Reds made the postseason.
Spending his entire career with the Reds after growing up in Cincinnati, Larkin hit.295 with 960 RBI and 379 stolen bases in 2,180 games.
Larkin was told Tuesday by the Reds that they were ending their 19-year relationship, the longest tenure of a current player with one team.
www.allsports.com /cgi-bin/showstory.cgi?story_id=51574   (510 words)

  
 Cincinnati Reds - The Enquirer - March 25, 1998
Tarasco's best season in the majors came in 1995 when he hit.249 with 14 homers and 40 RBI for the Montreal Expos.
Tarasco played 100 games for the Orioles last year, hitting.205 with seven home runs and 26 RBI.
Tarasco, a 26-year-old left-handed hitting outfielder, will start the year at Triple-A Indianapolis.
reds.enquirer.com /1998/03/032598_notebook.html   (401 words)

  
 3/21/2002 - Atlanta Trades Paul Bako & Jose Cabrera To Milwaukee Brewers - Sports - Chattanoogan.com
Paul Bako played for the Chattanooga Lookouts in 1995 when he was with the Cincinnati Reds organization.
Bako will be playing for a team that was 68-94 last season and is leaving a playoff team that was 88-74.
Bako and Cabrera are expected in Brewers camp on Friday.
www.chattanoogan.com /articles/article_19478.asp   (603 words)

  
 Jason LaRue Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
Drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 5th round of the 1995 amateur draft.
Salaries for mid-season call-ups or traded players may not be shown.
View Jason LaRue's uniforms at Dressed to the Nines, a Baseball Hall of Fame on-line exhibit
www.baseball-reference.com /l/larueja01.shtml   (392 words)

  
 Chris Sabo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Christopher Andrew (Chris) Sabo (born January 19, 1962, in Detroit, Michigan) is a former third baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Cincinnati Reds (1988-93, 1996), Baltimore Orioles (1994), Chicago White Sox (1995) and St.
Sabo was a relative unknown, having toiled in the minor leagues for several seasons.
In a nine-season career, Sabo was a.268 hitter with 116 home runs and 426 RBI in 911 games.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chris_Sabo   (401 words)

  
 CNNSI.com - 2002 MLB Post Season - World Series Archive
Though team of the '90s is engraved on their 1995 world- championship rings, the Atlanta players have won as many world championships this decade as Marge Schott's Cincinnati Reds.
It ends with the Yankees, who trailed two games to none in the World Series, winning four consecutive games, in three of which they beat Cy Young Award winners (this season's probable winner, John Smoltz, included) and in the other they staged the second-greatest comeback in Series history.
The Series ended with Torre and pitcher David Cone dripping in champagne, chatting almost in a disbelieving hush at one side of a Yankees clubhouse as crowded and smelly as a subway car at rush hour.
sportsillustrated.cnn.com /baseball/mlb/features/wsarchive/1996.html   (2605 words)

  
 Frank Viola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Frank John Viola (born April 19, 1960 in East Meadow, New York) is a former starting pitcher in Major League Baseball who played for the Minnesota Twins (1982-89), New York Mets (1989-91), Boston Red Sox (1992-94), Cincinnati Reds (1995) and Toronto Blue Jays (1996).
In 1990, he would have another great season, this time for his hometown New York Mets finishing 3rd in the Cy Young voting.
Viola attended East Meadow High School in East Meadow, New York, at the same time that convicted serial killer Joel Rifkin was there.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Frank_Viola   (801 words)

  
 Roberto Petagine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roberto Antonio Petagine /petɑːˈgɪneɪ/ (born June 7, 1971 in Nueva Esparta State, Venezuela) is a first baseman in Major League Baseball who has played for the Houston Astros (1994), San Diego Padres (1995), New York Mets (1996-97), Cincinnati Reds (1999) and Boston Red Sox (2005).
In Triple-A, Petagine was a three-time All-Star (1996-98) and was named the International League MVP during the 1997 season.
A solid line-drive, contact hitter, that uses whole field with occasional pull power, he drew a significant number of walks, obviously helping his teams in the process, but became, at the same time, too much of a defensive hitter.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Roberto_Petagine   (391 words)

  
 Juan Castro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Castro played for the Dodgers through the 1999 season, and for the Cincinnati Reds from 2000 to 2004.
Castro made his Major League debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers on September 2, 1995.
Juan Castro (born Juan Gabriel Castro in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico on June 20, 1972) is a Major League Baseball infielder.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Juan_Castro   (234 words)

  
 SIKIDS • What If • Ken Griffey
There was no reason to think anything would change when Griffey was traded from the Seattle Mariners to his hometown Cincinnati Reds before the 2000 season.
In his seven full seasons between 1993 and 2000 (he missed 90 games in 1995 with a broken wrist), Griffey averaged 48 homers per year.
Griffey, meanwhile, was already lounging at the club’s pool, drinking lemonade and sharing a laugh with Willie, Mickey, and the Babe.
www.sikids.com /news/features/whatif_griffey.html   (693 words)

  
 David Wells Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
July 31, 1995: Traded by the Detroit Tigers to the Cincinnati Reds for a player to be named later, C.J. Nitkowski, and Dave Tuttle (minors).
Salaries for mid-season call-ups or traded players may not be shown.
Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 2nd round of the 1982 amateur draft.
www.baseball-reference.com /w/wellsda01.shtml   (622 words)

  
 CBS News Parting's not Sweet sorrow for Piniella Sep. 22, 2005
Probably, the day Piniella led the 1990 Cincinnati Reds to a World Series obliteration of Oakland was sweeter for Sweet Lou.
Piniella is finishing up his third season as Tampa Bay manager.
Maybe, the day he saved baseball for an entire metropolitan area -- Seattle -- was greater, when his Mariners defeated the California Angels in the one-game playoff in 1995 and then beating the Starbucks out of the Yankees in the playoffs.
www.cbsnews.com /stories/sportsline/main8876136.shtml   (622 words)

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