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GLENDALE — The following are recaps on area athletes who played Major League Baseball during the recently concluded 2010 season. SANCHEZ, GIANTS??? REACH THE PINNACLE??? When the 2010 baseball season began, Freddy Sanchez was making a slow...
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Jul 25, 2010 |Story| Hola HoyAug 3, 2010 |Story| Hola HoyAug 10, 2010 |Story| Hola HoyMay 14, 2010 |Story| KCPQ-LTVWeb ReporterDoug Fister and Seattle's bullpen were just good enough to make sure the Mariners didn't waste another rare power surge. Franklin Gutierrez, Adam Moore and Mike Sweeney homered in support of Fister, helping the usually light-hitting Mariners beat the...May 15, 2010 |Story| KCPQ-LTVWeb ReporterThe Tampa Bay Rays retained the best record in baseball with another stellar pitching performance. Bailing out a suddenly sputtering offense, James Shields pitched eight strong innings to keep the AL East leaders within striking distance of the Seattle...May 16, 2010 |Story| KCPQ-LTVWeb ReporterLeave it to Joe Madden to provide an unconventional view of Tampa Bay's ability to keep finding ways to win close games. The Rays improved baseball's best record to 26-11 on Sunday, rallying in the late innings for the second straight day to beat Cliff...Sep 28, 2009 |Story| Baltimore Sunjeff.firstname.lastname@example.orgThey led by three runs and had only nine outs to get to end a 10-game losing streak that added even more heartache to a season that had already been miserable enough. The Orioles received a quality start from Mark Hendrickson, a two-run homer from...Aug 20, 2009 |Story| Baltimore SunAfter watching for more than a decade as their starting pitchers fall behind hitters game after game, year after year, the Orioles have stressed to their new crop of talented young arms the importance of throwing strikes. Rookie Chris Tillman, who may...Aug 8, 2009 |Story| KCPQ-LTVStaff reporterNever has coming off the bench felt - or tasted - so good for Ryan Langerhans. Seattle's reserve pinch-ran in the seventh inning after sitting for two-plus hours, then stayed in the game. In the 11th, Langerhans hit a 2-2 pitch from closer J.P. Howell...Original site for Pat Burrell topic gallery.
Nov 22, 2010 |Story| Glendale News Press
Dec 2, 2010 |Story| Hola Hoy
Oct 24, 2010 |Story| Hola Hoy