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  Steve Sax | BaseballLibrary.com
Sax responded by winning the NL Rookie of the Year Award in 1982, the fourth consecutive season the honor was earned by a Dodger; he hit.282, set a Dodger rookie record with 49 stolen bases, and led the club with 638 at-bats, 88 runs, and 180 hits.
Steve and older brother Dave, a catcher, played on the same minor league team for four straight seasons, and Dave had brief stays with the Dodgers in 1982 and 1983.
Sax hit.282 and stole 49 bases as Davey Lopes' replacement in the Los Angeles infield.
www.baseballlibrary.com /baseballlibrary/ballplayers/S/Sax_Steve.stm   (444 words)

  Steve Sax, Dodgers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Born in Sacramento, California, Sax signed a professional contract with the LA Dodgers in 1978 at the age of 18.
Steve Sax played with the Dodgers for eight memorable years, helping them to four Western Division titles and two World Series Championships.
Sax will always be remembered for his enthusiasm and love for the game.
www.geocities.com /Colosseum/Bleachers/6630   (266 words)

 Steve Sax | The BASEBALL Page
In 1982, Steve Sax became the fourth consecutive Dodger to win the NL Rookie of the Year Award.
Steve and Dave were teammates on the Dodgers briefly in 1982 and 1983.
Sax was the player who finally broke up the Dodgers' long-running infield quartet of Steve Garvey, Davey Lopes, Bill Russell, and Ron Cey.
www.thebaseballpage.com /players/saxst01.php   (576 words)

 Steve Sax - Los Angeles Dodgers Steve Sax
Steve Sax became a free agent after the Dodgers' 1988 World Championship and signed with the Yankees.
November 22, 1982: 2B Steve Sax is named National League Rookie of the Year, the 4th consecutive Dodger to win the award.
Steve Sax hit.282 and stole 49 bases as Davey Lopes' replacement in the Los Angeles infield.
www.losangelesdodgersonline.com /stevesax.php   (834 words)

 Yardbird Suite - Steve Slagle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Steve Slagle appeared at the Yardbird Suite in April, 2000, with Jim Head, John Taylor and Sandro Dominelli.
Steve Slagle - alto and soprano sax, flute
Steve Slagle’s playing is impassioned and spontaneous and swings as hard as anyone else on the contemporary scene today.
www.yardbirdsuite.com /Performers/Slagle-Steve.htm   (784 words)

 Smart Blonde (1937 b 60')   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Steve and Torchy call on Fitz and meet Marcia and her brother Lewis Friel (Robert Paige).
Steve visits Dolly and asks why she was at Union Station with Chuck.
Steve discovers that Chuck's gun is not in the safe, and he arrests Fitz, who says he did it because Chuck threatened Marcia.
www.san.beck.org /MM/1937/SmartBlonde.html   (420 words)

 Steve Sax Baseball Stats by Baseball Almanac
Steve Sax was born on Friday, January 29, 1960, in Sacramento, California.
Sax was 21 years old when he broke into the big leagues on August 18, 1981, with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Steve Sax baseball stats page.
www.baseball-almanac.com /players/player.php?p=saxst01   (286 words)

 New Stuff
Steve Raybine, known affectionately as the "Master of the Mallets" is a unique musician in today's genre of contemporary jazz.
Steve's musical philosophy is only the beginning of what sets him apart from other musicians, believing that "Freedom of expression and everyone's musical journey is an ongoing process uniquely their own." And unique is exactly what vibraphonist extraordinaire, Steve Raybine, is.
Steve has also played at the acclaimed Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland and is a repeat performer at the Breckenridge Genuine Jazz Festival in Colorado.
www.steveraybine.com /new.html   (868 words)

 Steve Garvey - Los Angeles Dodgers Steve Garvey
Steve Garvey's name would not be left off the All-Star ballot again, and he was elected as a starter the next six years.
Steve Garvey has two singles and two doubles, and scores four runs as Don Sutton wins his 2nd LCS game and 11th in a row.
July 20, 1979: At Los Angeles, Steve Garvey saves a defeat for the Dodgers by belting a 2-run homer in the 10th to tie, and another 2-run homer in the 11th by Bill Russell wins it, 6-5, over the Expos.
www.losangelesdodgersonline.com /stevegarvey.php   (1925 words)

 Albums distributed by Just Jazz Records
Steve Lacy - soprano sax, gramophone; Evan Parker - soprano sax, tenor sax, baritone sax; Steve Potts - soprano sax, alto sax; Trevor Watts - soprano sax, alto sax; Derek Bailey - amplified guitar; Kent Carter - amplified double bass; John Stevens - percussion; Michel Waisvisz - synthesizer.
Steve Lacy - soprano sax; Maarten Altena - bass.
Steve Lacy - soprano sax; Steve Potts - alto sax, soprano sax; Kent Carter - cello, bass; Oliver Johnson - Irène Aëbi - cello, violin, voice.
www.justjazz.net.nz /albums.php?cat=L   (2404 words)

 The Lao Tizer Interactive Experience   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Saxophonist/vocalist/percussionist Steve Nieves was raised on a virtual smorgasbord of musical styles in his hometown of San Diego, California.
Beginning his studies on the alto sax at age 7, young Nieves also started a love affair with percussion, which seemed a natural step for him since he comes from a family of drummers.
In 1981, Steve made the move north to the Los Angeles area and began touring and recording with a national RandB act.
www.laotizer.com /snieves.htm   (379 words)

 CMT.com : Steve Douglas : Biography
Sax player Steve Douglas was born Steven Douglas Kreisman in Hollywood in 1938.
Steve Douglas passed away on April 19, 1993, while warming up for a Ry Cooder session.
As a result of his contributions, Steve Douglas was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2003.
www.cmt.com /artists/az/douglas_steve_sax_/bio.jhtml   (176 words)

 Double-Time Records
In Your Dreams by Keith Bishop is a vehicle for a two tenor blowout driven by the flawlessly burning duo of Steve Davis and Phil Palombi.
Steve Marcus will readily admit that he is a soprano saxophone player first; a kind of rocked-out Steve Lacy -- who happens to play great tenor.
This is the sound that started with "Super Sax", the great L.A. sax section band dedicated to the music of Charlie Parker.
www.doubletimerecords.com /scripts/dtr160.asp   (744 words)

 eBay - steve sax, Cards, Autographs-Original items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Throwback Steve Sax Los Angeles Dodgers Jersey sz 60
steve sax 1993 topps card great cond stored 13 years
search-desc.ebay.com /search/search.dll?query=steve+sax&newu=1&krd=1   (449 words)

 USATODAY.com - Baseball's head cases often proved baffling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Now a broadcaster for the Pirates, Steve Blass went from World Series MVP in 1971 and one of baseball's most successful pitchers in 1972 to one who couldn't throw strikes in 1973.
STEVE SAX: The NL Rookie of the Year in 1982, Sax suddenly lost his ability to make throws to first base on the easiest of plays in 1983.
Sax, who committed 30 errors in 1983, battled his way back to defensive respectability and went on to lead AL second basemen in fielding percentage and double plays in 1989.
www.usatoday.com /sports/bbw/2001-02-07/2001-02-07-head.htm   (749 words)

 Sax Doctor Steve Goodson
He’s the Sax Doctor, and people from as far away as Australia and Japan send their horns to his tiny Uptown workshop for treatments they can’t get anywhere else.
His operating room is cluttered, overtaken by a tower of fl vinyl cases stacked from floor to ceiling and rows of miniature numbered drawers filled with spare parts.
He was so enamored with Sharon Goodson, the matriarch of M.O.M.s, that he married her and moved to New Orleans.
www.denisetrowbridge.com /portfolio/stories/saxdoctor.html   (922 words)

 Jazz Groove
We also hear the superb alto sax of Dave Aaron, and the influential guitar of Philip Lee, who was undoubtedly a great influence on Ray Russell.
Don Rendell was born in Plymouth in 1926, learning to play the alto sax as a child (both his parents were musicians), before switching to tenor as a teenager.
Steve Newman is an author, director and Senior Editor with publisher Humdrumming.
www.jazz-groove.com   (3755 words)

 Steve Sax Statistics - Baseball-Reference.com
Drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 9th round of the 1978 amateur draft.
Salaries for mid-season call-ups or traded players may not be shown.
View Steve Sax's uniforms at Dressed to the Nines, a Baseball Hall of Fame on-line exhibit
www.baseball-reference.com /s/saxst01.shtml   (717 words)

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Steve Bailey, 6 string fretless bass; Victor Wooten, 4 string fretted bass; Gregg Bissonette, Kenny Aronoff, and Joel Taylor, drums.
Steve Vai, Steve Lukather, Paul Gilbert, Mike Miller, Andy Summers, Michael Thompson, Ty Tabor, Scott Henderson-2 tracks, Doug Bossi and George Bernhardt-2 tracks, on guitar, each performing in a trio setting with Matt Bissonette on bass, and Gregg Bissonette, on drums, vocals (one track).
Steve Stevens is sure to impress with his tasteful yet heavy guitar virtuosity (forget the fact that he played with Billy 'Midol'!), Steve Stevens, guitar; Tony Levin, bass and stick; Terry Bozzio, drums.
www.audiophileimports.com /catalog.txt   (17196 words)

 Around The Horn » Blog Archive » The Worst Yankee Team
Steve Sax 2B (who made the All Star team wound up with a.260 average, 43 stolen bases), Randy Velarde,.210 average, was at third base a lot.
He fizzled, but at least he flamed for a while which was not what could be said about a lot of the other 1990 Yanks.
There was also Steve (17 homers but only a.192 batting average) “Bye Bye” Balboni, Matt Nokes, Rick Cerone, Mike Blowers, Deion Sanders, Hensley Meulens, Claudell Washington, Wayne Tolleson, Luis Polonia and Jim Walewander.
www.around-the-horn.com /?p=42   (1063 words)

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Steve Lacy, soprano sax in duets with Marilyn Crispell, Misha Mengelberg, Ulrich Gumpert, Fred Van Hove and Vladimir Miller, piano.
Steve Lacy, SS.; Irene Aebi, VOC; Frederic Rzewski, P. An improvised song cycle from the Living Theatre: eight songs by Judith Malina and one by Julian Beck.
Leimgruber's sensual sax and the precision of Hauser's drums, into a dense and perfect blend, the kind of synthesis that is so rare, overcoming polarity and full of sound fantasies.
www.vergemusic.com /old/jazzl.htm   (1658 words)

 Steve Sax Books on Amazon.com
Steve Sax made his Major League debut on 08-18-1981 with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Baseball Almanac is pleased to present all the Steve Sax books currently listed on Amazon.com - the leading providing of online Steve Sax books.
Did you know that Baseball Almanac is attempting to catalog every ballplayer who has appeared on a Baseball Digest Cover since the magazine was first published in August 1942 when major league games were confined to the eastern and midwestern regions of the country?
www.baseball-almanac.com /books/index.php?p=saxst01   (274 words)

 CD Baby: STEVE THORPE: Live-Down and Dirty
The nucleus of the BLUES ORCHESTRA is the formidable foursome of STEVE THORPE on Guitar, Slide Guitar and Vocals, his son NATHAN THORPE on bass, KENNY CLARKE on piano, synthesizer, and organ, and TOM BAYES on drums.
STEVE'S slide guitar is second to none and the SRV fans in the audience will be delighted with the very reminiscent vocals.
The feeling STEVE puts into this one, added to a voice that was made to sing songs like this, make this one of the discs numerous highlights.
cdbaby.com /cd/stevethorpe2   (1392 words)

 Jazz Icons: Buddy Rich DVD
Steve Marcus, Buddy’s right-hand-man and featured soloist, was there from the Killer Force’s beginnings and would remain with Buddy until the drummer’s untimely passing in 1987.
John La Barbera was the chief arranger for the band in the early ’70s, and his composition, “Best Coast,” made its debut on Buddy’s third album for RCA entitled Stick It, recorded in 1972.
John’s brother Pat took the original soprano sax solo on the album, but this solo, like so many others after he joined the band in 1975, became identified with the extraordinary musicianship of Steve Marcus.
jazzicons.com /ji_rich.html   (1139 words)

 WireImage: Listings
Former Los Angeles Dodger Steve Sax prepares to bat during the All-Star Softball Challenge...
Former Dodger teammates Steve Sax and Steve Garvey chat between innings during the All-Star...
Former Los Angeles Dodger Steve Sax fields a practice ground ball during the All-Star...
www.wireimage.com /GalleryListing.asp?navtyp=gls=2=23=451=69045&nbc1=1   (649 words)

 Steve Sax - Deadspin
While I did meet Donnie Baseball, this story is not about him (although it occured on the day he got in trouble for growing his mullet too long).
Sax is sitting in his chair with his manhood sticking out of his pants.
Anyway, spending a week in New York, hanging out at Yankee Stadium, and the thing I remember most is Steve Sax's hammer.
www.deadspin.com /sports/steve-sax   (250 words)

 Steve Lacy - Duets - english   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
On the contrary, the songs that might seem similar due to their identical instrumentation, turn out to be exercises on totally different sound concepts.
Haze is an experiment on opening space, played, in a manner of speaking, on the interweaving blows from the soprano sax and percussions.
Andrea Centazzo / Steve Lacy - Clangs - rdc 5045
www.felmay.it /7009en.html   (405 words)

 Steve Sax to appear Saturday at Little League Opening Ceremonies (printable version)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Steve Sax to appear Saturday at Little League Opening Ceremonies (printable version)
Teams will be introduced and then the first ball of the season will be thrown out by Steve Sax, a former major league baseball player.
Sax played for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland A's, Yankees and White Sox.
www.rgj.com /news/printstory.php?id=95751   (122 words)

 Steve Adams and Jon Raskin of ROVA on the ESP Bari Gold Sax Mouthpiece
Steve Adams and Jon Raskin, are both members of the ROVA Saxophone Quartet.
I feel confident I'll be able to handle a wide range of music, from classical sax quartets to big band, and be totally comfortable in all of them.
The insert is a great item for a bari sax player that is playing with an ensemble that has a thick sound and mid to low sound spectrum.
www.jodyjazz.com /rova.html   (381 words)

 Steve Simpson biography (The Musicians' Olympus)
Recorded in 1981 with Geoff Whitehorn (guitar), Steve Simpson (guitar), Jerome Rimson (bass), John Wetton (bass), Tim Hinkley (keyboards), Poli Palmer (keyboards), Nick Pentelow (sax), Stretch (drums), Alan Coulter (drums).
The lineup is: Geoff Whitehorn (guitar), Steve Simpson (guitar), Boz Burrell (bass), Ronnie Leahy (keyboards), Duncan Mackay (keyboards), J. Cook (keyboards), Nick Pentelow (sax), Alan Coulter (drums).
Again, full of good musicians: Micky Moody, Steve Simpson (guitar), Nicky Hopkins, Tim Hinkley, plus Phil Spalding (bass, from Original Mirrors, Mike Oldfield band and GTR), Peter Stroud (bass, currently with Peter Green), Nick Pentelow (sax), and John Lingwood (drums, from Brian Auger band, lately in Company of Snakes and still with Roger Chapman).
www.geocities.com /SunsetStrip/Diner/2674/ssimp_b.htm   (1796 words)

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There are no street lamps during Steve Sax's nighttime drive.
Around the horn the Springfield Nuclear Plant team boasts Don Mattingly, Steve Sax, Ozzie Smith, and Wade Boggs.
[Sax arrested and in the clink] We're talkin' Homer...
www.snpp.com /episodes/8F13   (4956 words)

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