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  GCTS - Faculty - David Wells
David Wells is the Andrew Mutch Distinguished Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, Massachusetts.
Wells was general editor and part author of Eerdmans Handbook to Christianity in America (1983), Reformed Theology in America: A History of its Modern Development (1985), God the Evangelist: How the Holy Spirit Brings Men and Women to Faith (1987), and Turning to God: Biblical Conversion in the Modern World (1989).
Wells was elected to the American Theological Society in 1985.
www.gordonconwell.edu /faculty/wells.php   (649 words)

  David Wells - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David Lee Wells (born May 20, 1963 in Torrance, California) is a Major League Baseball player who was one of the game's better left-handed pitchers at various times during the past several years.
On January 1, 2004, Wells was signed as a free agent by the San Diego Padres to a one-year contract.
Wells is sometimes criticized for a lack of tact.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/David_Wells   (1428 words)

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From there, David was immediately placed in private lessons for his parents quickly realized his ability was staggering for such a young age of only nine.
David was always drawn to follow his boy-hood idols of Herb Albert and Louis Armstrong.
David also admired the abilities that Jim Brickman, John Tesh, and Yanni have in reaching people of all sorts with their music.
members.lycos.co.uk /DWells/bio.htm   (617 words)

 David Wells : USAToday.com - David Wells Biography from USAToday.com
ET David Wells took a no-decision in his return to the Padres after yielding one run in six innings of work.
Wells figures to take the place of Mike Thompson in San Diego's rotation and could be the No. 2 starter if the club advances to the playoffs.
ET David Wells' agent confirmed that the left-hander has been dealt from the Red Sox to the Padres.
fantasybaseball.usatoday.com /content/player.asp?sport=MLB&id=1471   (429 words)

 ESPN.com: MLB - Yankees say bringing Wells back to Bronx worth the risk
"David Wells is a winner and he belongs in pinstripes," Steinbrenner said in a statement.
Wells was 5-7 with a 4.47 ERA in 16 starts for the Chicago White Sox last year, missing the second half of the season because of back surgery.
Wells said he recently spoke to Torre, who is in Hawaii, and that the manager assured him there were no lingering problems.
espn.go.com /mlb/news/2002/0109/1308506.html   (890 words)

 Lepp Institute of Digital Imaging - Instructor Profile: David H. Wells
David H. Wells is a freelance photographer focusing on in-depth photo-essays for publication and exhibition.
Wells has taught classes at the University of Pennsylvania, Syracuse University, the University of the Arts as well as workshops at the International Center for Photography in New York City and the Maine Photographic Workshops in Rochester.
Wells was born in Albany, New York in 1956 and has a Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts from Pitzer College of the Claremont Colleges, Claremont, CA, 1979.
www.leppphoto.com /davidwells.htm   (454 words)

 David Wells - Deadspin
When David Wells missed a start in the 2003 World Series because of mysterious back problems that might have been related to the fact that he weighs 800 pounds, we figured he was done.
Wells, who blasted commissioner Bud Selig and accused him of covering up steroid results, was summoned to New York to chat with baseball brass.
It's always amusing when Boston elderly punk David Wells pops off, but we have a suspicion that when he verbally attacked commissioner Bud Selig after his six-game suspension for bumping an umpire was upheld, he might have got himself in some real trouble this time.
www.deadspin.com /sports/david-wells   (2243 words)

 Brian's Belly - Heavyweight Hall of Fame: David Wells
David Wells was never a shoe-in for major league greatness.
Born in the less than affluent beachside town of Southern California known as Ocean Beach in 1963, David was raised by his mother and a slew of Hell’s Angels.
David Wells, who made headlines and earned a $100,000 fine with his irreverent biography this month, signed an agreement Thursday with Tampa's Studio 419, which will produce the veteran pitcher's official Internet site at boomer33.com.
www.briansbelly.com /halloffame/davidwells.shtml   (976 words)

 David Wells - The Huffington Post
We'll manage Two-thirds of the NL is in the playoff hunt, which means the race for top skipper is just as tight.
We'll manage Two-thirds of the NL is in the playoff hunt, which m...
David Wells pitched five effective innings in his Dodgers debut and Los Angeles salvaged the finale of the three-game series at Shea Stadium.
www.huffingtonpost.com /topics/David+Wells   (1169 words)

 SignOnSanDiego.com > San Diego Padres -- Re-signing Wells is Padres' top priority
Wells said on the season's final day that returning to the Padres is his preference.
Wells said pitching in San Diego was "the most comfortable" experience of an 18-year career that includes two tours with the Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays, plus seasons with the Detroit Tigers, Chicago White Sox, Baltimore Orioles and Cincinnati Reds.
Wells is building a home in Rancho Santa Fe but has said that won't affect his decision.
www.signonsandiego.com /sports/padres/20041112-9999-1s12padres.html   (812 words)

 Scout.com: P.O.T.D: M's Fans Aint Allowed This Much Fun
The old lefthander David Wells, who is one of the league's best 25 starters without any question, is locked in for next year at $2.5mm.
Wells is not violent, is not on drugs, does not worship Diana of the Ephesians or any other six-armed being, is not a sinister man. He's on cheesburgers and suds, and he speaks his mind, and he tosses out wins like a McDonald's cook throwing 1/10th-lb burgers into the sandwich slide.
Wells would be twice the fun, twice the wins, and half the price of our current Mariner HOF lefthander.
mariners.scout.com /2/456014.html   (1016 words)

 David Wells : MLB Legends   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
David Wells didn’t pitch all that badly for a 40-year-old with the New York Yankees in 2003, posting a solid record and an ERA; in other words, doing what was expected of him.
Unfortunately for the Yankees, another thing that was expected of him — poor conditioning — came back to bite him in the end, as he closed out his Yankee career with a one-inning performance, as his bad back forced him out of the game.
Part of the reason for Wells’ success so late in his career is his efficiency: He led the league in the fewest walks per nine innings pitched, with less than one per game.
www.mlb-legends.com /pitchers/DavidWells.php   (216 words)

 David Wells | BaseballLibrary.com
Wells started the 1992 season in the Blue Jays rotation, but was the odd man out among a talented bunch of starters that included Jimmy Key, Todd Stottlemyre, Juan Guzman, and veteran Jack Morris, who was signed as a free-agent during the offseason.
Wells emerged as the ace of the staff with a sterling season in 1998 (18-4, 3.49,) helping the Yankees win the most games in American League history.
Wells opined to Steinbrenner that extra security should be added in RF to prevent this sort of thing, George answered that Wells ought to stick to his pitching.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/W/Wells_David.stm   (2643 words)

 Wells has plenty in reserve - The Boston Globe - Boston.com - Red Sox - Sports
Wells was in no mood to discuss his suspension before last night's game and barked at a reporter looking for commentary after news of his suspension was released.
For the third straight season, David Ortiz gets to dig in on every pitch and have his way with the Yankees staff.
Wells said he was not surprised by the suspension, but added, ''I'm going to have to go back and look at the tape.
www.boston.com /sports/baseball/redsox/articles/2005/07/16/wells_has_plenty_in_reserve   (756 words)

 David Wells' Perfect Game | BaseballLibrary.com
Wells marched always to his own drummer, one game wearing an actual Babe Ruth hat on the mound before he was told by manager Joe Torre to take it off.
Wells not too tactfully flipped the ball to his miffed manager as he left the mound.
Wells pumped his left fist twice at the ground after the final out that ended his perfect day on the mound after two hours and forty minutes.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/submit/Frommer_Harvey48.stm   (726 words)

 Boston Red Sox, David Wells, Major League Baseball - CBS SportsLine.com
BOSTON -- Boston Red Sox left-hander David Wells apologized on Wednesday for comments he made this week criticizing commissioner Bud Selig for his handling of baseball's steroid problems.
Wells lashed out at Selig after losing his appeal of a six-game suspension on Monday, saying the commissioner "isn't doing a thing" about steroids.
Wells is scheduled to complete his suspension and pitch on Sunday.
cbs.sportsline.com /mlb/story/8790421/rss   (478 words)

 Boston.com / Sports / Baseball / Red Sox / WellsWeb
The Red Sox came to terms late last night with free agent lefthander David Wells on a two-year contract for a guaranteed $8 million, plus an additional $10 million in performance incentives that could make the total package worth $18 million.
Under the terms of the agreement, Wells would receive a $3 million signing bonus and have a base salary of $2.5 million in 2005 and 2006.
Wells, who turns 42 in May, is expected to take the place of place of Derek Lowe as the No. 3 starter in the rotation.
boston.com /sports/baseball/redsox/articles/2004/12/11/sox_ink_wells   (568 words)

 The Smoking Gun: Archive
Here's the 911 call placed by New York Yankees pitcher David Wells moments after he was punched out during a brawl last September in a diner on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Wells: Um, my emergency is I just got offended.
Wells: Yeah, I know who hit me. He's in there, uh, eating his dinner.
www.thesmokinggun.com /archive/wellscall1.html   (274 words)

 San Diego Hall of Champions - David Wells
The second was David Wells in a regular-season game for the Yankees.
Wells came home to pitch for the Padres after a 2003 season in which he posted a 15-7 record for the Yankees.
Wells became the 99th pitcher in Major-League history to reach 200 career victories.
www.sdhoc.com /main/athletes/baseball/davidwells   (250 words)

 David Wells, Anna Akhmatova: Her Poetry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The author states at the outset: "The biographical fallacy is one into which Akhmatova's critics have fallen all too easily: her work is important as literature through its ability to generalise experience and to move the reader by the power of language" (1-2).
Wells returns to this idea in later chapters and in the conclusion: "the book itself is a major vehicle of [Akhmatova's] artistic expression, allowing an interplay of themes and images not possible within the bounds of a single poem" (175).
Wells dedicates a single chapter to discussion of Poem Without a Hero, an ambitious task given what the author himself refers to as the "mounting body of criticism on it" (96).
aatseel.org /book-reviews/wells.html   (708 words)

 Discover the Wisdom of Mankind on David Wells   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
David Lee Wells (born May 20, 1963 in Torrance, California) is a Major League Baseball player who has been one of the game's top left-handed pitchers for the past several years.
Actuary Jon Ketzner once said Wells has "the best body in baseball." He is widely considered to have been joking - but Wells's longevity is nonetheless quite notable.
Getting off to a bad start, many fans questioned the decision of general manager Theo Epstein, but since coming off from the DL and getting rocked in his first start back in Oakland, David Wells has been the same dominating pitcher he was in the past.
www.blinkbits.com /blinks/david_wells   (1445 words)

 Yankee Image- David Wells' Essay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
David is a freelance photojournalist focusing on in-depth photo-essays for publication and exhibition.
Wells' photographs have been shown in over forty exhibitions across America and overseas.
Wells was born in Albany, New York in 1956 and has a Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts with a concentration in the history of photography from Pitzer College of the Clarement Colleges, Claremont, California, 1979.
www.yankeeimage.com /DavidWells.html   (365 words)

 Nathan Wells   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Edwin Granville WELLS was born on 17 Nov 1843.
George Winfield WELLS was born on 22 Jul 1887
Edward Allen WELLS was born on 12 Feb 1879 in Vt.
www.geocities.com /Heartland/Plains/4695/nwells.html   (159 words)

 David Wells   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
DAVID WELLS (wells@objs.com), OBJS Vice President, is head of software research.
Wells developed the open systems principles and mechanisms that make Open OODB extensible by third parties.
Wells is experienced in leading large research and development projects, having been PI of 4 research contracts with total funding of $10.7M dollars.
www.objs.com /wells.htm   (251 words)

 Major League Baseball : Video : Baseball's Best   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In honor of the timeless baseball tradition, Wells began to be quarantined in his own dugout.
All of Bronx fidgeted through the suddenly unbearable nuisance of the Yankees batting, then it was time for Wells to return to the mound and meet his destiny.
Wells' 120th pitch was a fastball to Pat Meares, who lifted it innocently to right.
www.mlb.com /NASApp/mlb/mlb/baseballs_best/mlb_bb_gamepage.jsp?story_page=bb_98reg_051798_minnyy   (650 words)

 Out of the Bullpen: David Wells   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
David Wells: as a NYY (I'm not talking about the first time, when Jeter talked to him about trusting that his teammate-trust needed work) If I were a pitcher, I would feel secure, even fortunate, if Aaron Rowand had my back in Center, Tino Martinez covered 1B, etc. More on this to come.
It's hard that everyone comes to the park with their best game when they play the Yankees, but the players are paid well because they are expected to handle the extra attitude and prepartion that opponents bring to the game.
Wells and Cabrera seem well-matched, as both tend to alternate between periods of control and episodes of inconsistency.
outofthebullpen.mlblogs.com /out_of_the_bullpen/david_wells/index.html   (3259 words)

 David Wells Perfect Game Box Score by Baseball Almanac
Billy Crystal walked into the clubhouse after the game, approached David Wells and said, "I got here late, what happened?" What happened was nothing short of spectacular as illustrated below.
David Cone approached David Wells in the seventh inning and said, "I told him it was time to break out the knuckleball, he let out a big laugh.
The last perfect game thrown in Yankee Stadium was by Don Larsen who attended the same high school, Point Loma High in San Diego, as David Wells.
www.baseball-almanac.com /boxscore/05171998.shtml   (158 words)

 David Wells - Cincinnati Enquirer Columnist - Online edition of The Cincinnati Enquirer
David Wells is editorial page editor for the Cincinnati Enquirer.
He joined the newspaper as a reporter in 1974 after graduating with a bachelor's degree in journalism from Ohio University.
E-mail: dwells@enquirer.com, phone: (513) 768-8310, fax: 768-8610, mail: David Wells, Associate Editorial Page Editor, Cincinnati Enquirer, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati OH 45202.
www.enquirer.com /columns/wells   (383 words)

 David Wells - Baseball Fever
Might as well mortage the future for a chance at the Series this year.
I just heard Wells on the radio this morning state unequivicably that he's not going back to Boston, that he'd rather retire than do that.
But he was basically begging the Pads to get him back (this was on a SD station), althugh he did leave the door open to go to another California team.
www.baseball-fever.com /showthread.php?t=35258   (1434 words)

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