12/12/4: 2004 Collegian Goldpanners
12/7/4: National Tourney Strikes Out With ABL ADN "The ABL has sent teams to the NBC tournament since 1962. In the 42 years since, ABL teams have collected 16 championships -- including an NBC-best six by the Fairbanks Goldpanners and five by the Anchorage Glacier Pilots. A 10-team, round-robin tournament with the six ABL teams and four Outside teams is proposed for Aug. 2-8, Mattingly said. Every team would be guaranteed six games as opposed to the two-game guarantee in Wichita."
12/3/4: Cameron Blair (04 MVP) On Brooks Wallace Award Watchlist (and Jake McLintock (03), SDSU)
12/1/4: PROS: Tony Zuniga (95), IF UTD Stats - Signed by Milwaukee Brewers
11/28/4: More Updates! Midnight Sun Game All-Time Results with many new listings. All 100 years listed now.. Eddie Stroecker's playing career (1906-1919+), Umpired in 1923+
11/23/4: Updated Midnight Sun Game Ticket
11/22/4: Preview the 2004 Alaska Goldpanners Team Baseball Card Set
11/18/4: Cameron Blair (04 MVP) Named Second-Team Preseason All-American
11/16/4: Barry Bonds (83) More than a mere MVP
11/15/4: Barry Bonds (83) 2004 National League Most Valuable Player
11/8/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Named American League Rookie of the Year
11/8/4: Barry Bonds (83) Sporting News' Player of the Year
11/3/4: Barry Bonds (83) Wins 12th Silver Slugger
11/2/4: Bret Boone (88) Wins Golden Glove Award
11/1/4: All Robert Morris Colonial home games can be heard online at YAHOO SPORTS throughout the regular season. Play-by-play will be provided by Gero von Dehn with broadcast partner Don Heins handling the color commentary and analysis. Broadcasts begin 15 minutes prior to face-off.
10/28/4: Barry Bonds (83) Wins 2004 Hank Aaron Award
10/27/4: Terry Francona (78) First Goldpanner to manage MLB team to Championship Title! Terry Francona News
10/26/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Wins Sporting News Rookie of the Year
10/24/4: Gero von Dehn Hockey Broadcasts: Robert Morris U.
10/19/4: Bret Boone : Pondering Bret Boone
10/19/4: Arizona State Well Represented in Pro Ranks - Conrad (99-00 MVP), Walsh (02), Bonds (83), Kelly (89), Phelps (00), Stizman (98), Schroyer (02 MVP)
10/18/4: Ray Boone Has Died at 81 - Two-time All-Star Ray Boone, patriarch of a three-generation baseball family, died early Sunday following a long illness. He was 81.
10/12/4: ABL:MINERS - Matt Tramel named Mat-Su Miners Head Coach
10/9/4: Midnight Sun Game Added: 1940, 1942
10/8/4: Midnight Sun Game Added: 1929, 30, 32, 35
10/6/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Former 49er Crosby eyes Rookie of Year award
10/4/4: ABL: Oilers: Oilers Pictures
10/3/4: Barry Bonds (83) Boone on Bonds: Something Special "You're a star if you're on base .400," Boone said. "How about .600? You have a great, tremendous eye if you walk 100 times. Let me double that, and add another 25. It's numbers we've never seen. If you start breaking Babe Ruth's numbers, you're doing something pretty special. No one's ever walked the earth that can hit like that man." Bonds will blow away his own major-league record for highest on-base percentage (.582 in 2002). In fact, Bonds will now possess four of the top 11 seasons for OBP — his last four seasons, almost inarguably the best four-year stretch in baseball history."
10/2/4: David Bush (99 MVP | GP2MLB#183) Blanks Yanks on Two Hits! "Jason Giambi went 0-for-3 with three strikeouts, dropping to 3-for-25 (.120) since he was activated from the disabled list."
9/29/4: MSG Added: June 21, 1933 - "Local Ball Grounds" Fairbanks, Alaska - 6/21/33 - Amateur - Town Team 18 vs. Independents 7
9/29/4: MSG Added: June 21, 1907 - 1:05 AM - Imperial Park, Fairbanks, Alaska - 6/21/07 - Amateur - Tanana Commercial Club 2 vs. Eagles 1 in 2:00
9/29/4: American Bus Association Top 100 Stops: MSG - "No baseball team plays farther north than the Goldpanners of Alaska, which is one reason why a game can begin at 10:30 p.m., play through midnight, and never require artificial light, at least in summer."
9/29/4: Stumping for Stroop "The following spring she met Perry Stoop on a blind date. Ten days later he "popped the question" under the midnight sun on Pedro Dome. "He pressed me to give an answer right away," Stoop recalled Judy with a laugh. "He wanted to go to the Midnight Sun baseball game."
9/28/4: North Pole Nicks - www.Alaskan-Legacies.com Exhibit "All the rain water drained to the infield. The fences were like a half mile out there. I think they built the mound out of sand. The had a Little League Backstop." - Dave Forman
9/28/4: Greg Dobbs (00) Not the right time "We feel that he'll be a consistent bat at the major league level. He's got a nice short swing and his bat stays in the strike zone a long time." But for now, his bat is mostly on the bench."
9/26/4: FOUND! 1906 - EARLIEST DOCUMENTATION OF MIDNIGHT SOLSTICE GAME - Fairbanks Daily Times "Tell it to your friends when you go outside"
9/26/4: G-Man: Black Sabbath Video Montage
9/24/4: Midnight Sun Game 100-Year Records - Added New Games (1953-57)
9/23/4: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) Kennedy out for season "MRI on Tuesday revealed a torn MCL and ACL. If he requires surgery, his rehabilitation could extend into spring training."
9/22/4: 2000: Pressbox News Clippings
9/22/4: Ryan Garko (00) Indians' Minor League Player of the Year - "Garko, who split time between Class-A, Double-A and Triple-A this season, hit .330 with 23 homers and 99 RBIs in 113 games."
9/19/4: Goldpanners Souvenir Page - New Team Store
9/18/4: Chad Kreuter (84) Kreuter Named Volunteer Assistant Coach at USC - "Chad has an extraordinary wealth of experience and knowledge which he brings to our program," said Gillespie. "It should prove to be an immeasurable benefit to our players, especially our catchers. We are confident that our players will respond to his message of commitment to detail."
9/18/4: Added The State Press WebDevil to Bannister, Benjamin, Conrad, Creel, Doble, Keefner, Martin, McDowell, Monday, Persichina, Phelps, Rajsich, Sain, Schroyer, Walsh
9/17/4: Barry Bonds (83) Hitting 700 was unbelievable
9/16/4: Player Application Form - Mail or Email
9/16/4: Todd Pridy (90-91) Inducted into Napa High School Hall of Fame -"The 1989 graduate, who also played football, joins four of his classmates -- Marty Atkinson Simpson, Carla Fish, Matt Franco (91)"
9/15/4: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) Kennedy back in the swing
9/14/4: Arizona Fall League Rosters - Ben Julianel (00), Russ Rohlicek (99), Ryan Garko (00), Greg Dobbs (00)
9/12/4: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Heilman gets call in Mets' twinbill
9/12/4: Barry Bonds (83) Hits # 699
9/11/4: Strange things done under the midnight sun - "No more midnight-sun baseball with the Goldpanners."
9/8/4: Greg Dobbs (00) Moments to Remember "During the slow trot around the bases to think about the home run in his first major league plate appearance, Greg Dobbs didn't get nostalgic. "I was thinking, 'Don't trip,' just get to home plate"
9/8/4: PRO: Tim Wallach (78), Hitting Instructor for the Dodgers
9/7/4: Greg Dobbs (00) - Called up to Seattle! Major League Debut looming “This is definitely a dream come true to get to this level,” he said. “Everyone is playing this game to get to that level. I just hope I make the organization proud.”
9/7/4: Jason Giambi (90) Giambi a big hit in Bronx
9/3/4: Ryan Garko (00) Promoted to Triple A Buffalo Bisons (Promoted to Akron earlier)
9/3/4: Jason Giambi (90) Giambi, Yanks won't discuss report of pituitary tumor
9/1/4: 2004 FINAL, OFFICIAL STATISTICS
9/1/4: 2004 Most Valuable Players | SEPTEMBER 1, 2004 PRESS RELEASE
8/31/4: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) American League Player of the Week
8/31/4: Injuries forced early arrivals "The callups are expected to be catcher Pat Borders, third baseman Greg Dobbs, outfielder Jeremy Reed and possibly left-handed starter Travis Blackley, all from Triple-A Tacoma, and right-handed reliever Aaron Taylor from Double-A San Antonio."
8/31/4: Darren Blakely (97) At 27, Blakely is still taking his cuts
8/31/4: Barry Bonds (83) No debating it -- Bonds is NL MVP - "As Marlins manager Jack McKeon told reporters last week, "You can't tell me the Babe was any better than this guy. You can't tell me this guy isn't the best player in the history of the game."
8/30/4: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Tides pitcher makes up for missed shot in New Yorj “I felt pretty good out there tonight,” Heilman said. “I was able to get out of spots that I got myself into — I was able to spot my fastball well when I needed to.”
8/28/4: David Gassner (00 MVP) Makes History with 15 wins - "Red Wings pitcher Dave Gassner became the first pitcher to win 15 games since Mike Parrott in 1977. "
8/26/4: Club Beat: Seattle Post Intelligencer - "An invite-only gathering in honor of Staley happens tomorrow at Funhouse with Tim Branom, Alkai Diggins and Gero von Dehn (9 p.m.; contact christyK@laynestaleytribute.com for information on how to get an invitation)."
8/26/4: Why Baseball is Important to Taiwan - eTaiwanNews "Although participating under the unfortunate moniker of "Chinese Taipei," Taiwan athletes are participating in a wide range of events, but the focus of our citizens was firmly on our baseball team, which we hoped could at least earn a place in the semifinals and win a medal." "But it cannot be denied that baseball is not only the most popular sports in Taiwan, but it has also come to acquire an aura or even mission of restoring Taiwan's national dignity"
8/26/4: David Gassner (00 MVP) Wins 14th game
8/25/4: Cameron Blair (04 MVP) Named Baseball America First-Team Summer All-American8/24/4: ABL:OILERS Butkiewicz learns baseball Alaskan style - "If his name had been called, the right-hander never would have made history in the prestigious Alaska Baseball League. He never would have learned the lessons that are apt to serve him so much better when his time to vie with professionals arrives. "I’m going to soak in everything I learned this summer," Butkiewicz said. "I’m going to try and write down everything I picked up so when I start working out again I’ll have it in memory. When next season comes, it’s not going to matter who the batter is and what bat he’s using."
8/25/4: Jeff DaVanon (92-94) Hit for cycle in run romp
8/23/4: 2003 Picture Index - All 2003 Season Pics on One Page
8/23/4: 2002 Picture Index - All 2002 Season Pics on One Page
8/23/4: 2001 Picture Index - All 2001 Season Pics on One Page
8/23/4: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Mets call up Heilman to start vs. Padres
8/23/4: Barry Bonds (83) National League Player of the Week
8/22/4: MSG: Frigid Alaska calls red-hot Chieftans - "While it is not yet official, the odds are good that the Pueblo Chieftains baseball team will be the opponents for the Alaska Goldpanners June, 21, 2005, in Fairbanks for the 100th Annual Midnight Sun game.. Dennis, who was inducted into the NBC World Series Hall of Fame in Wichita earlier this month, is the straw that stirred the pot and created the ABL back in the early 1970s"
8/22/4: ABL:BUCS - Jeff Francis' time arrives "He will be busy when the medal round begins, making his big-league debut against the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday at Turner Field."
8/20/4: Jason Giambi (90) - Addded Links: GOOGLE | NEWS
8/19/4: Greg Dobbs (00) Q&A with Greg Dobbs | GOOGLE | NEWS
8/17/4: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) Texas League Player of the Week August 9-15
8/16/4: Aloha OR defeats Miners in NBC Finals - DN-M
8/16/4: Knight time is right time - Give him (Parker) credit," Mat-Su shortstop Cameron Blair said. "He kept us off-balance all night and his location was great. "Everybody talked about us being the best-hitting team, and them (having) the best pitching and defense. Well, it shows you pitching and defense win championships. They proved that."
8/14/4: ALOHA, OREGON WINS NBC CHAMPIONSHIP
8/14/4: Miners vs. Prairie Gravel, IL - NBC Box Score
8/14/4: Gero von Dehn's "Fear Itself" to perform at third annual Layne Staley Benefit Show, taking place August 27, a concert to raise money for heroin recovery. - "Staind's Aaron Lewis and ex-Candlebox singer Kevin Martin and his band the HiWatts are performing to combat drug abuse." (Event Listing)
8/13/4: GOLDPANNER CHARLIE ARRESTED AT ALASKALAND - The Goldpanners have retained Charlie's services for next season but are fearful it may take extraordinary means to assure his bringing joy to the faces of the little fans next summer at Growden Park.
8/12/4: Ex-Goldpanners shine as Miners eliminate Bucs
8/9/4: JUNE 12TH, 2004 - REID HAMBLET VS MICHIGAN MONARCHS @ FAIRBANKS
8/8/4: Bucs still alive, Miners lose first at NBC | Gravel grind out victory over Mat-Su
8/8/4: David Bush (99 MVP | GP2MLB#183) Bush the lead broom-bearer | Blue Jays Page
8/8/4: Kyle Allen (03) Phillies Draft Report
8/7/4: Cameron Blair (04) Two-run HR in 8th for Miners
8/6/4: Note: Cameron Blair (04 MVP) and Kenny Maiques (04) were selected in the NBC Draft by league-champion Mat-Su Miners
8/2/4: July 31st vs. Mat-Su Miners
8/2/4: Cameron Blair (04 MVP) Named ABL Player of the Year "Despite being drafted in the 18th round of the 2004 MLB Amateur Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals, Blair has indicated that he plans to return to Texas Tech for his senior campaign."
7/30/4: Cameron Blair (04 MVP) ABL Player of the Year: Second to None "Cameron Blair of the Fairbanks Goldpanners was one of four unanimous selections by the panel of 12 sportswriters and broadcasters who voted on the All-Alaska Baseball Team. The others were Anchorage Bucs pitcher Garrett Olson, Mat-Su pitcher Chris Mason and Fairbanks designated hitter Paul Keck. " | ABL honors Goldpanners
7/30/4: Jason Giambi (90) Placed on DL with benign tumor
7/30/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Named MLB Rookie of the Month for July
7/29/4: July 29th vs. Peninsula (7/7) - TEAM PICTURES! Added
7/29/4: Panners win thriller to stay in first - "You could really hear the crowd," said Landavazo, who pitches for Panners manager Ed Cheff at Lewis-Clark State College. "They were stomping their feet and making a lot of noise. There was good intensity out there." | Four teams within one of first
7/29/4: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Indians win in wild rout - "Canadians manager Dennis Rogers had seen enough of out of Sharpe and went to the bullpen to Zach Basch, who picked up right where Sharpe left off. Basch plunked Bobby LeNoir to push across another run before Hulett came back up to the plate."
7/28/4: Panners win, tied for first ""We've got some pretty good hecklers here in Fairbanks, and that makes us feel more comfortable for sure"
7/26/4: Keck heroic in final Panners' at-bat | Oilers fall to Fairbanks in the 9th
ALASKA BASEBALL LEAGUE STATISTICS 2004 SEASON - WEEK ENDING 07/24/2004
7/26/4: Jay Sitzman - HR Saves Sarasox
7/25/4: Todd Leathers (01 MVP) Ducks pitcher hangs in there for shot at majors "It was the best summer I ever had," Leathers said of playing for the Alaska Goldpanners, which is based in Fairbanks. "I'm an outdoors person ... we'd have a game end at 11 p.m. and still have four hours of daylight to fish."
7/25/4: Brooks Conrad (00 MVP) Texas League Player of the Week
7/23/4: Don Dennis - To enter NBC Hall of Fame
7/23/4: 7/23 VS PILOTS - New Pictures Added
7/22/4: Panners stumbling on road trip
7/22/4: Oilers take over first place in ABL
7/21/4: 7/21 vs Bucs
7/21/4: ABL race tighter | Miners blow past Oilers
7/21/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Crosby has rival for Rookie award
7/21/4: David Bush (99 MVP) Takes no-hitter into eight in third MLB start
ALASKA BASEBALL LEAGUE STATISTICS 2004 SEASON WEEK ENDING 07/17/04
7/20/4: Panners fall hard to Pilots
7/20/4: Heilman sharp as Tides split
7/18/4: 7/18 VS
7/18/4: Sean Timmons (94-98-99-00-01-02 MVP-03 MVP-04) Timmons earns all-time winning record with Goldpanners
7/16/4: PannerVision Broadcast Project Page
7/16/4: Fire comes alive to shut out Panners
7/16/4: So who, exactly, was Hap Dumont?
7/15/4: Panners extend win streak "Second baseman Cameron Blair' belted his league-leading ninth home run of the season to lead off the third inning and give the Panners a 4-0 lead."
7/15/4: Ryan Garko (00) Garko promoted to Akron
7/14/4: Panners top league standings "Alaska, with its eighth win in its last nine games and second in a row against its fellow Growden tenant, improved to 12-6 league and 20-7 overall for a half-game lead over the idle Peninsula Oilers (13-8, 19-12)."
7/14/4: Bobby Crosby (99) It's written in (all) stars for Crosby "Boston manager Terry Francona, the A's bench coach last season, is not surprised at how he rebounded. "If you look at his track record and talk to people who have seen him play, he's struggled everywhere at the beginning," said Francona, who watched Crosby last year during his September call-up. "Everywhere he's ever been, he struggled at first, and then he got better as he went along. That says a lot about a kid. And I'll tell you this: He's going to get better. He's going to get a lot better."
7/13/4: Scott Sarver (04) - Newest Panner Page!
7/13/4: Hard hitting Panners top Fire "The victory, aided by a 12-7 advantage in hits against the struggling Fire (4-16, 6-20), also gave Alaska a 7-1 mark on a seven-day homestand that followed an 0-4 road trip against Peninsula and the Anchorage Glacier Pilots."
7/13/4: ABL:BUCS - Jeff Kent Named to All-Star Team
7/13/4: Scott Sarver (04) Fullerton's Sarver an Unlikely Story
7/13/4: Collegesports.com Summer Leagues | College Baseball Wire - Added to Outside Links
7/13/4: Fairbanks: Golden Heart City
7/12/4: Scott Sarver - Cal-State Fullerton - Added to 2004 Roster
7/12/4: Panners sweep Miners | Bucs sweep AIA
7/12/4: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) Leads El Paso past Diablos
7/11/4: 7/11/4 VS MINERS
7/11/4: Panners sweep "Like one of Blair's fence-clearing shots at Growden, the Goldpanners rose from fifth place to second place in a week."
7/11/4: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Basch traded from Boston to Oakland
7/10/4: 7/10/4-A vs. MINERS
7/10/4: 7/10/4-B vs. MINERS
7/10/4: Panners bounce back, beat Bucs
7/10/4: Bucs lose pitcher to Braves, game to Goldpanners ""I'm happy for him,'' Mattingly said. "Bryan had come up here and done well for us for two years. I think he came up here with something to prove this time, and he proved it.
7/9/4: Panners topple Bucs in Bank Night Thriller - "The crowd tonight was great," said Panners third baseman Allen Balmer after his sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth plated the winning run. "We're always glad to see the crowd come out. It gets us fired up."
7/9/4: David Bush (99 MVP) Second career start "Last night, Bush allowed 10 hits (five didn't leave the infield) and four runs in six innings (96 pitches, 64 strikes). He left a 6-4 lead for reliever Bob File, who gave up one run in the seventh."
7/9/4: Oilers beat Miners
7/8/4: July 8 vs. Anchorage Bucs
7/8/4: Bucs bounce Goldpanners "The game turned into a pitchers' duel as Olson and Hamblet settled into grooves and piled up strikeouts. The clubs combined for 19 strikeouts while churning out 23 hits in the contest."
7/8/4: Fans asked to vote for NBC Hall of Fame - Vote for Panners' Don Dennis, Dave Kingman!
7/8/4: David Gassner (00 MVP) All-Star Gassner leads Red Wings over Bulls
7/7/4: 7/7/4 vs. Anchorage Bucs
7/7/4: 7/6/4 vs. Anchorage Bucs
7/7/4: 7/2/4 vs. Glacier Pilots
7/7/4: Sean Timmons Timmons ties mark for wins "Tying (Mies) is a great thing; it's pretty neat," said Timmons, a Lathrop High School graduate who played collegiately at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Ga. "His (record) was there for a long time and I hope mine will be there for a long time, too."
7/5/4: 7/2 vs. Anchorage Glacier Pilots - Star of the Game, Story, Pictures, ScoreCast
7/4/4: Weekend games a no-go
7/4/4: Marc Kaiser (02) Kaiser takes it one hitter at a time "I sometimes think that I may have ruined a good thing at Arizona," said Kaiser, who pitched the Warriors to a 2003 NAIA National Championship and was named tournament most valuable player. "But when I stop and think about how much I needed (Lewis & Clark) coach Ed Cheff at that time in my life, I realize that things happen for a reason."
7/3/4: Panners offense offers no nuggets, losses continue
7/2/4: Oilers sweep Goldpanners
7/2/4: David Bush (99 MVP) Jays call up Bush, will pitch tonight!
7/1/4: 7/1/4 vs. Peninsula Oilers
7/1/4: Panners suffer another loss to Oilers - "When we played them (June 21) in the Midnight Sun Game in Fairbanks, we got crushed,'' Faulkner said. "To come back (Tuesday) was a good win. To follow it up is even better.''
7/1/4: Events postponed in Fairbanks
7/1/4: June 27 vs.
Anchorage Glacier Pilots - Added ScoreCast and Game Story by Todd Dennis
7/1/4: June 21st vs. Kenai Oilers - Midnight Sun Game - Scorecast Added
7/1/4: Oilers hold off Goldpanners
7/1/4: Smoky air blows into Fairbanks - USA Today "A change of wind direction blew smoke from the 55,000-acre Boundary fire 50 miles north of Fairbanks and other blazes into the Fairbanks North Star Borough, creating hazardous air conditions for the 82,000 residents."
6/31/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Team's faith in Crosby pays off
6/30/4: June 30 vs. Kenai Peninsula Oilers
6/30/4: June 29 vs. Kenai Peninsula Oilers - Added Pics
6/30/4: June 28 vs.
Anchorage Glacier Pilots - Added Pics
6/30/4: June 26 vs. Athletes in Action - Added New Pics, Game Story
6/30/4: Oilers thwart Panners' rally
6/30/4: For 99th season, Alaska ballplayers venture out in midnight sun - Lew Freedman, Chicago Tribune "(Jose) Cruz said. `` I have to see this.' That was amazing. It's 10 p.m. and the sun hasn't gone down. It was a little bit dark. I was glad when it was over. There's nothing like it, not even close."
6/30/3: Out of control Fire flame out - "Mat-Su moved into a virtual tie for first place in the Alaska Baseball League after its win and the Alaska Goldpanners' 4-3 loss Tuesday night in Kenai. Mat-Su stands at 10-5 overall and 5-3 in the ABL while the Panners are 13-3 and 4-2 ."
6/29/4: Hamblet humbles Glacier Pilots - DN-M "Getting the first out of the game is the biggest thing for me," he said. "If I get the first out, I think every game I pitch will be good. The momentum just keeps going for me."
6/28/4: Simple plan lifts Pilots - ADN "The Pilots (10-4, 4-3) also cashed in on a close call to score a run in the sixth and tie the game at 2-2. Schermerhorn looked out on a potential inning-ending double play, but he was called safe. "The umpire called me safe, so I guess I was safe," Schermerhorn said with a smile."
6/28/4: Glacier Pilots snap Panners' streak - DN-M
6/26/4: 2004 Season Statistics - Updated
6/26/4: Panners Put Out Fire - DN-M "The Alaska Goldpanners and Athletes in Action displayed a (runniest) for the second night in row Friday when the teams combined for 21 runs and 25 hits in the Panners' 13-8 victory at Growden Memorial Park."
6/26/4: David Gassner (00 MVP) Wings, Gassner Baffle Bats - "Dave Gassner pitched efficiently for the Wings in beating the Bats, 7-0. With the victory, Gassner ties for the lead league" | Gassner Nears Majors
6/26/4: Brewers spoil debut of Missoula's new park - "Derek Bruce, who played his college baseball at Lewis-Clark State was 3-for-5 in the game for Missoula"
6/25/4: Panners Douse Fire
6/24/4: Baseball Under the Midnight Sun - New York Times "There's nothing like it," said Bill Stroecker, 84, a Fairbanks lifer whose father played in the first game in 1906. For Mr. Stroecker, there is an added amenity. He gets to blow his trumpet with a trio of old friends — the Frigid Aires, they call themselves — playing swing music in the embrace of summer light on the infield before the game starts. They profess to love winter here, but in truth, they crave the daylight, never more so than in June, when all of Alaska seems to be solar charged, hopped up on ultraviolet energy. "You enjoy every minute of this," said Mr. Stroecker, who has lived his entire life in Fairbanks, "because from here on out, it goes downhill a little bit every day."
6/24/4: June 24, 2004 vs. AIA - Game Story by Andy Sterns "I was just staying warm and taking a couple of practice swings," said Persichina, on how he passed the timeout. "The crowd was going crazy, but I just try to stay calm and keep my composure when I get in the box, no matter what the situation is."
6/23/4: Solstice of Swing Shines on Alaska - Denver Post "Scanning the stands, I notice a young woman selling beer. She has eyes like a husky and is wearing sandals. The temperature has dropped to the high 30s. I wonder how long I can hold out before sporting my embarrassing hat with the cozy earflaps. The loudspeaker blasts, "Good Day, Sunshine!"
6/22/4: June 21st vs. Kenai Oilers - Midnight Sun Game - Game Story, Pictures
6/22/4: Panners romp in Midnight Sun Game
6/22/4: Fun under the Midnight Sun
6/21/4: June 20th vs. Waves - Game Story "I didn't really know what to expect when I came up, but the guys are great. It's better than I could have wished for."
6/21/4: A Fairbanks Classic
6/21/4: Midnight Sun Game tonight "It was kind of chilly, but the clouds cleared off and the sun came out right when the game started," Timmons recalled. "I had to stop a couple of times and just take it all in because it was that great."
6/21/4: Panners win in walkover
6/21/4: Blake Gill (02 MVP) LSU takes injuries in stride - "It's been a long season. The season has kind of taken a toll on me," LSU shortstop Blake Gill said. "That's the thing about baseball: There are four or five games a week, and eventually the nicks here and there are going to take a toll on you."
6/20/4: On the Ball: Goldpanners Announcer Does More Than Talk
6/20/4: Panners rally again to win "As happy as Alaska was to rise to the occasion amid high 80-degree weather, San Diego was frustrated about taking a lead early but losing control, and the game, on consecutive nights. One stinging aspect of the defeat for the Waves was they had nearly twice as many hits as the Goldpanners--12-7."
6/20/4: Touches of Alaska at Safeco Ballgames "A lot of guys played baseball in Alaska," Guardado said as the Mariner relief pitchers beat the starting pitchers in a home run derby before Saturday's game. "Alaska was one of my best baseball experiences. Sharon Woods was my host parent and I still keep in touch with her. I had a great time, a great experience." "It was great, the people and the lifestyle," Bob Boone said of his Alaska experience. "We worked all day, played baseball at night, then we'd go fishing."
6/20/4: ABL:PILOTS: Another left-hander gets best of Pilots
6/20/4: ABL: Oilers - Oilers offense sputters in defeat | Host family meeting players' needs for 25 years "They do eat a lot," she said Friday, after watching a tough 1-0 Oilers loss at Kenai's Coral Seymour Memorial Park."
6/20/4: Positively smashing for Miners
6/19/4: 2004 Season Picture Index
6/19/4: Added Clinic Pics by Bill and Tammy Madigan to 2004 Team Page
6/18/4: June 16 vs. Dons - Game Story Added
6/18/4: Cameron Blair - Texas Tech, Added to 2004 Roster - Played his freshman season at the University of Houston under head coach Rayner Noble (81)
6/18/4: Caps off to fans who aren't pushy - "A man caught a foul ball in his cap during Wednesday night's California Victory Dons-Alaska Goldpanners baseball game at Growden Memorial Park. The slender, seemingly middle-aged spectator stuck out his cap and positioned it to have the ball land snugly in his headgear. The crowd applauded and the public address announcer exclaimed, "Sign him up!" And unlike Sunday's Major League Baseball game in Arlington, Texas, no 4-year-olds were harmed in the snagging of the ball."
6/18/4: Jason Lane (96-97) Lane takes over right field "Initially, Lane didn't know why he kept seeing his name in the lineup night after night, long after Hidalgo had recovered from a neck injury he suffered on June 11 in Milwaukee. On Thursday, everything made sense when the Astros traded Hidalgo to the New York Mets in exchange for David Weathers and announced that Lane is officially the club's everyday right fielder. "
6/18/4: Bucs defeat Fire - DN-M
6/17/4: Elliott Strankman (03-04) | Mike Lissman | Brandon Morris | Kinsey Reeves - New Panner Pages!
6/17/4: Paul Keck - New Panner Page!
6/17/4: June 16 vs. Dons - ScoreCast
6/16/4: Jordan Struble - New Panner Page!
6/16/4: June 15 vs. Dons - ScoreCast, Game Story & Pics
6/16/4: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - Updated
6/16/4: Draft Day Gambit - "The 29th round draft pick, Ryan Shaver, played for an independent league team, the Alaskan Goldpanners. Can you name the current San Francisco Giant who played for the Goldpanners? The answer is at the end of the column."
6/15/4: June 14 vs Dons - Pictures and Game Stories Added
6/15/4: Panners Suffer First Defeat "This is my first time up to Alaska; I was just taking it all in," said Lewis, who, like many of the Dons, plays for Santa Ana Community College in California. "These guys are pretty darn good up here, so it means a lot."|
6/15/4: Blake Gill (02 MVP) Heads to World Series with LSU
6/14/4: 2004 Season Game Results, ScoreCasts and Broadcasts - Main Index Page for Entire Season's Game Content!
6/14/4: JUNE 13 vs Monarchs (2/2) - PannerVision, ScoreCast, Story & Pics - "Instinct can't be coached. A fielder's first step is often the difference maker between a spectacular stop and a ball that is too hot to handle. Arman Sidhu, the Panners rangy shortstop, gave the crowd at Growden Park a perfect example of why coach Ed Cheff brought him north to help anchor the Goldpanners' middle infield."
6/14/4: Added Bucs' News to Outside Links, Bucs
6/13/4: JUNE 12 vs Monarchs (1/2) - PannerVision, ScoreCast, Game Story & Pictures! "With a cool head and a hot hand, right-handed reliever Reid Hamblet pitched his way out of a ninth inning jam to preserve a one-run lead to pick up a win in his first appearance as a Goldpanner, and secured the Panners 3-2 victory Saturday night over the visiting Michigan Monarchs."
6/13/4: Panners top Michigan Monarchs - "Joe Persichina wasn't nervous in his first game with the Alaska Goldpanners, the two-time defending champions of the Alaska Baseball League. "It was more like energy. Everybody was positive in the dugout,'' said the second baseman from Arizona State University. "I'm trying to have fun and soak up the atmosphere. It's a program with a great tradition and I'm happy to be here, its a privilege to play in Fairbanks."
6/12/4: Added Joe Persichina's #10 to 2004 Roster
6/12/4: Goldpanners open season with a win "Left-hander Jameson Hester, a freshman at Grossmont College in San Diego, put together a stellar tryout for the Panners. Mixing two pitches that were well-spotted, Hester scattered four hits through seven innings of work, and he allowed no runs and struck out 12 All-Stars. "I like it here," he said. "With 22 hours of daylight, you go to sleep when you're tired and wake up ready to play. This is a great atmosphere for baseball."
6/12/4: ABL:PILOTS: Glacier Pilots storm back after trailing by five
6/12/4: New Oilers manager was a member of national championship club
6/12/4: Ryan Garko (00) Day to day with injury
6/11/4: 2004 PRESEASON - New Scrapbook Page!
6/11/4: Panners to begin season "It means a lot to be trying out for this team," said Lathrop graduate Kinzey Reeves, who hopes to make the club as a right-handed pitcher. The 6-foot-10, 210-pound Reeves attends St. Peter's College in New Jersey, where he plays both basketball and baseball for the Peacocks. "The Panners are such a big deal in Fairbanks during the summertime," Reeves added. "It's exciting to be out here."
6/11/4: ABL:BUCS - Oddities abound in Bucs' 12-inning win
6/11/4: ABL:MINERS - Carson desire apparent in Miners' triumph
6/10/4: ABL:PILOTS: Video 'strictly for the fans' "The limited-edition film -- only 150 copies are available -- is subtitled, "Alaskan Baseball Stories -- Tales, Legends and Heroes of the Anchorage Glacier Pilots.'' It is the first of Barr's planned three volumes about the Alaska Baseball League team that has played here since 1969, and for anyone who has followed the team or the ABL for very long, it is a gem."
6/9/4: Ryan Shaver (04) Ex-Malemute Shaver Drafted by S.F. "the first Fairbanks baseball player in 20 years to get picked in the Major League Baseball amateur free agent draft .. "Basically, I want to work hard for the entire Goldpanners season and then see where things take me," said Shaver, who was contacted on Tuesday by the Giants, who will be sending material to him in the mail this week. The last player from Fairbanks to be drafted was (1981-82 Goldpanner) Ward Merdes, who was picked by the Cleveland Indians in the 23rd round in 1984."
6/9/4: 'LEFTY' named boss of Pilots (subscription)
6/9/4: Greg Dobbs (00) Named to Texas League West Division All-Star Team
6/8/4: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) Named to Texas League All-Star Team - "Despite being hobbled with an injured ankle for the past month, Conrad has been one of the most consistent players for the Express. He’s hitting .291 and has driven in 31 runs, good for third on the team."
6/8/4: ABL:BUCS - Weaver thrilled to be taken in first round by Halos
6/8/4: ABL:PILOTS - Baseball lures Californian North
6/7/4: Alaska should be wary of lower 48 leagues "I think it's lost some of its luster," Radatz said of Alaska summer league ball.
6/6/4: ABL: Oilers baseball gets down to business - Since the club started in 1974, the Oilers have been one of the top summer collegiate baseball programs in the country. The Oilers won National Baseball Congress World Series titles in 1977, 1993 and 1994.
6/3/4: David Gassner (00 MVP) Gassner Nears Majors "In 10 starts with the Rochester Red Wings, the AAA affiliate of the Twins, Gassner is 6-3 with an earned run average of 3.56. His six wins are tied for the team lead and ranks second in the International League."
6/3/4: ABL: 21 'Bows will play summer baseball - "Outfielder Greg Kish and second baseman Isaac Omura will go north to Alaska and play for the Anchorage Bucs. Right-hander Steven Wright will pitch for the Peninsula Oilers, who are located in Kenai. The Alaska Baseball League began play Tuesday and finishes Aug. 1."
6/3/4: Aaron Mathews (03) New Panner Page!
6/3/4: Aaron Mathews (03) Named to Pac-10 first team
6/3/4: Six-team roster runs up the score with top-notch players - Rachel Kvapil, AK This Month "How Alaska became a premier non-professional training ground is no mystery. Pete Christopher, general manager of the Mat-Su Miners, attributes the professional-like atmosphere. The schedules are tough with teams playing for days without a break. Long bus trips are constant as players learn to live out of their suitcase. It’s different than other leagues because all their away games are day trips, he said. After all, the purpose of this league is to train young players for professional ball, said Terry “Yogi” Cox, interim general manager and assistant coach of the Anchorage Glacier Pilots."
6/3/4: Jimy Williams (64), Jason Lane (96-97) Williams makes all the right moves "Williams also touched gold with his bench moves. He used Jason Lane to pinch hit against hard-throwing right-hander Francis Beltran in the sixth, a surprise choice considering he had hot-hitting lefty Mike Lamb available. But there were two out and nobody on when Lane hit and it made sense not to spend an RBI magnet like Lamb in that situation. "I know Lane has no home runs, but he has power," Williams explained.
6/3/4: Added Alaska This Month to Outside Links
6/2/4: Jose Castanon (04) New Panner Page!
6/2/4: Oilers ready to take the field - PEN "The brightly colored red and white creature with a yellow snout, at once a large rooster and some sort of dog-faced prehistoric mammal, bounded into the dining room of the Riverside House as Oilers corporate board President Dennis Smith was finishing up his formal presentation about the collegiate summer baseball program and giving the audience a bit of the team's history and a look at the program's impact on the community. "Generally speaking, the players compare to AA baseball," Smith said, referring to a level of minor-league baseball that hopefully leads players to the majors."
6/2/4: Lewis-Clark eliminated from tourney by E. Riddle - HR by Allen Balmer (04)
6/2/4: Fairbanks is listed as Alaska's third largest city - "In 2000, the Census recorded Juneau's population as 30,711. The Golden Heart City's 2000 population: 30,224."
6/1/4: Ryan Shaver (04) Survives loss of composure - "took a 3-1 lead into the sixth inning, where he struck out the first batter he faced. Shaver walked the next batter, who scored moments later on a triple to the left-center field gap. The next Edmonds hitter grounded out to second base, but not before Shaver threw a wild pitch that scored the baserunner from third. The freshman righthander from Lathrop, Alaska, then gave up a base hit, walked a batter and hit another to load the bases before he was lifted for reliever Jon McCaslin (03-04R)."
5/30/4: Arman Sidhu (04) - Added to Roster, New Panner Page!
5/30/4: Ryan Shaver (04) Named to 1st Team 2004 Western Division All-Stars
5/30/4: David Moore (04) Picked for West Region Team
5/30/4: Clay Blevins - Signed with Milwaukee; Removed from roster
5/29/4: Ryan Haag (02) Fresno State Beats Nevada - Haag "was 2-5 with two runs scored to extend his hitting streak to 14 games."
5/29/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Beane Backs Crosby "Rookie shortstop Bobby Crosby has made errors in only three games this season, but two of them loomed large in losses."
5/28/4: Ryan Shaver (04) Poor fielding drops Devils - "Shaver coaxed a pop-out to end the threat in the fifth, and forced the Saints into three groundouts in the sixth. Shaver whiffed the first two batters in the seventh when he appeared to lose his concentration."
5/28/4: Ryan Garko (00) Takes "one for the team" regularly "First and foremost, I think that anybody that's getting hit by pitches commands a lot of respect," said Lovullo, who has the K-Tribe off to a 31-14, first-place start. "There's no intent there. Pitchers know that they have to get him off the plate to be successful. He's just that good of a hitter."
5/27/4: 2004 MLB Draft Home - Jeff Culpepper (03 MVP) "COMMENT: TALL FRAME. WELL PROPORTIONED. LOOSE, SUPPLE, ATHLETIC BUILD. GOOD OVERALL STRENGTH. ADDED NEARLY 40 LBS SINCE H.S. SLOPED SHOULDERS. ANGULAR UPPER BODY. TRIM AT WAIST. BUILT LIKE RUSTY GREER. SPREAD STANCE. LEFT LEG BENT. LEVEL, FLAT PLANE SWING W/MINIMAL BODY TILT. STAYS ON BALL IN LINE DRIVE, GAP APPROACH. SHOWS PATIENCE, SELECTION. GOES OTHER WAY. AGILITY IN FIELD W/AVG SPEED. COVERS GROUND. SOFT HANDS. EXTRA OF PROFILE W/DISCIPLINED, CONTACT BAT. GAP-TO-GAP IN APPROACH. ATHLETIC ENOUGH TO PLAY ANYWHERE IN OF. SOME 1B NOW AS NEEDED."
5/24/4: Newcomer adds name to political fray - DN-M "In the race for House Seat 7, local attorney Ward Merdes (81-82, BOD: 92-95) has filed, making for a primary race in the Republican party. This will be Merdes' first bid for elective office. He was born and raised in Fairbanks, returning here after school to practice law with his father, former state senator Ed Merdes (BOD: 67-91)."
5/24/4: Brendan Ryan (02) Opponents haven't been able to quiet energetic shortstop "It's fun to watch him play, but sometimes he drives me nuts," Peoria manager Joe Cunningham said. "He never shuts up. He's got a lot of energy. You name it, he talks about it. "I hear his voice in my sleep sometimes."
5/23/4: Emerson Frostad (03) Took out his frustrations on the South Bend Silver Hawks Friday night.
5/23/4: Bobby Crosby (99) 11th Inning Single wins it for A's
5/22/4: Ryan Shaver (04) Saves first game of double-header, wins second "Ryan Shaver got the save in the final inning, as Nick Anderson hit a solo homer in the top of the eighth for the go-ahead run. Shaver followed that up by throwing the win in the second game."
5/17/4: James Guerrero - SDSU - Added to 2004 Roster
5/15/4: Will Fenton (03) UW Comes back to beat USC - Will Fenton fanned two in the bottom of the 10th to record his seventh save of the season.
5/15/4: Fairbanks: A Fairbanks woman with a heart of gold - Seattle Times "Come in, Dearie! Come in!" It was wartime in Alaska. Eva McGown was on duty. Often the visitors were military wives, newly arrived in Fairbanks, with babies in arms and other tykes tugging at their skirts. They were tired and discouraged. They had no place to stay. Somewhere along their disheartening searches for lodging, sympathetic Fairbanksans had suggested that the women "go see Eva McGown at the Nordale."
5/14/3: 2003 Lower Columbia Baseball Articles - McCaslin, Hippi, Aselton
5/14/4: Collegians, Outside Links: http://boydsworld.com/ - College Rankings, Columns
5/13/4: Ryan Shaver (04): Red Devils beat Tacoma 5-2 - "Shaver was flawless in the nightcap, allowing no hits and whiffing 10 through four innings. "Ryan was definitely our MVP today," LCC coach Kelly Smith said. "When he buckled down they (the Titans) didn't have a chance."
5/13/4: Turning the Corner - "He was recruited out of Newark (Calif.) Memorial High School by Trapasso and assistant coach Chad Konishi when they were at Georgia Tech and San Francisco, respectively, and Kahoali'i played for assistant Brian Greene (98) in the Alaska League."
5/13/4: MSM: Inoyue, Rainbows safe at home
5/12/4: Trevor Mortenson (04) - New Panner Page!
5/12/4: Santa Ana's Mortensen, Sneddon Earn Orange Empire Conference Top Honors
5/12/4: Jeff Stimpson (04) Capturing Confidence - "You're under pressure every time you go out there, because if you don't pitch well then there's another guy behind you that's ready to take your spot," explained Stimpson. "It just forces you to succeed."
5/11/4: David Moore - New Panner Page!
5/11/4: Bryan Kennedy (98) Injured in collision "Kennedy, 25, has been placed on the disabled list with a left knee injury suffered Sunday after a home-plate collision in Binghamton. "He tried to block the plate without the ball, which was gutsy, but ball was up the line and he got strung out," Rock Cats manager Stan Cliburn said. Team officials fear that his ACL may be torn. Kennedy was hitting .189 with no homers and two RBI in 15 games as a backup to Gabby Torres."
5/11/4: KPO: Wizards' outfielder Wahlbrink sets pace "Wahlbrink also enjoyed the 60-degree weather, learning how to fish for king salmon. "I caught a couple 30-pound king salmon. I'm not a fisherman, so that was an absolutely wonderful experience for me," Wahlbrink said. "Just the terrain, it's just amazing terrain. There's snow on top of every mountain. There's moose on the highway just walking around. "It's like a completely different lifestyle."
5/10/4: Alaska: Barrow begins 12 weeks of midnight sun - "Monday's sunrise was the last for Barrow residents for the next 84 days, as the summer of continuous daylight begins for the USA's northernmost point."
5/10/4: Outside Links: Long Ball Baseball Sim
5/10/4: Barry Bonds: Image Station Pics
5/9/4: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Bats, tempers run hot in Lex win - "Lake County pitcher Kevin Martin brushed back Scott Robinson, who immediately discarded his bat, charged the mound and set off a bench-clearing brawl. Tempers heated up in the fifth inning, when Robinson bowled over catcher Javi Herrera to score from second on Justin Humphries' single. "He got fired up. He was in my face and the umpire told him to back off," Robinson said. "So the tension started to rise there. "Then, after Beau hit the home run, I saw the pitcher look over at me. When I got up into the box, I looked down and the catcher wasn't even in his stance when the (pitcher) started. He threw the ball about four feet behind me, and I just went out there."
5/9/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Takes blame in loss "I am trying to do so much and I want so badly to do so well, that I am putting a lot of pressure on myself," he said. "It's carrying on to the field. I've just got to relax and play like I did in college and the minor leagues. Just have fun."
5/8/4: Don Sneddon (80) Santa Ana win over Riverside | Santa Ana Head Coach "The win also moved head baseball coach Don Sneddon into a second-place tie with John Noce (San Mateo College) and Skip Claprood (Citrus College) for the most wins by a California community college coach with 772. Sneddon's record now stands at 772-265-3. Only Jerry Weinstein (Sacramento City College) has accumulated more wins, 831"
5/8/4: Sneddon and Hines on Inside-Outside Tee
5/8/4: Bret Boone (88) Boone down with back spasms
5/7/4: Travis Lee (93 MVP-94) To have season-ending knee surgery
5/6/4: MSM: Former Flame Buchmiller lands a cool baseball gig "The job is highly regarded, so it feels really good," he added. "The league in Cape Cod is the only other league that rivals the talent of Alaska."
5/4/4: Ryan Garko (00) Carolina League Player of the Month
5/4/4: Barry Bonds (83) National League Player of the Month
5/4/4: Jon McCaslin (03) - New Panner Page
5/4/4: Jeff Stimpson (04) - New Panner Page
5/3/3: Bobby Crosby (99) Was Crosby a target? Probably Not.
5/2/4: Ryan Shaver (04) - New Panner Page
5/2/4: Ryan Garko (00) Versatile glove, volatile bat "Garko's got a solid game all around," Slocum said. "I like his game-calling, his receiving. I feel comfortable with him if I want to throw a ball in the dirt. He's going to go down and get it. He's got a pretty solid overall game back there."
5/2/4: Boone and Lee on DL
5/2/4: Added AlaskaPreps.com to Ryan Shaver (04)
5/1/4: Reid Hamblet (04) - New Panner Page
4/30/4: David Bush (99 MVP) Strikes out 11 Red Barons - Squelches a seventh-inning rally as Syracuse gains a narrow victory.
4/30/4: Barry Bonds (83) 1,000 Homers for Bonds family
4/29/4: Brett Andrade (03-04) - New Panner Page
4/29/4: Allen Balmer (04) - New Panner Page
4/29/4: Clutch hitting, pitching carries LCC - Ryan Shaver (04) was the most impressive as he struck out the side in the ninth inning. | Red Devils split games "Shaver allowed only one hit through seven shutout innings of work before TV broke through in the eighth."
4/29/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Gimpy Crosby returns, hits dinger on first pitch
4/27/4: Jeff Stimpson - Stanford - Added to 2004 Pre-Season Roster - Posted a 7-3 record with 65 strikeouts and also chipped in with a .414 batting average, 20 RBI and 12 doubles as a senior
4/27/4: Jeff Stimpson (04) Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week
4/27/4: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) Remembers Pat Tillman "When I hit that home run I gave a little smile just in case he was up there looking down and seeing if I was doing well. It definitely had a little extra meaning," Conrad said."
4/27/4: Jason Giambi (90) Been on both sides of the A's/Yankees rivalry
4/27/4: Outside Links, Collegians: CSTV Baseball
4/26/4: Jeff Culpepper (03 MVP) Double moves him into a tie for 10th on the Bulldogs career list
4/25/4: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Disputed home run sparks rally "We're hot. Everyone's hitting and the pitchers are doing a great job, and (we're) playing great defense. We're firing on all cylinders."
4/25/4: Brooks Conrad (00 MVP) Blasts cap's comeback - "I couldn’t ask for a better time to hit it,” Conrad said. “I finally got a pitch I could work with and got a hold of it. When I hit it, it was just deafening.”
4/24/4: Outside Links, Professionals: miLB Players of the Week - "Norwich 3B Mike Cervenak (98) hit .405 (15-37) with 9 runs scored, 4 doubles, 4 homers, 8 RBI and a .838 slugging percentage."
4/24/4: Jason Aspito (99) Homered to key a nine-run, third-inning explosion and Arkansas feasted for 21 hits against four Tulsa hurlers as the Travelers pounded the Drillers, 20-2
4/22/4: Welcome Back - DN-M "Sounds of amateur league baseball in the Fairbanks area still may be several weeks away, but fans have something to cheer about in the news: They again will have two local teams to watch. And that means more games, too."
4/22/4: Brad E. Davis (03) Weaver and Davis Named Pitcher/Player of Week "Weaver also tied Andy Croghan (89) for the all-time record for wins, as the righthander is 33-8 all-time with 12 career Big West Pitcher of the Week awards."
4/22/4: Ryan Shaver (04) 4-1-1 at Lower Columbia under Rob Hippi
4/21/4: Jeff Culpepper (03 MVP) Named West Coast Conference baseball player of the week - sac-fly wins it
4/21/4: Ryan Garko (00) Named Carolina Player of the Week - ".444 with a grand slam, two doubles and six RBIs. On the week the Walnut, CA resident pounded out eight hits and currently leads the Carolina League in average (.457), extra base hits (7), and slugging percentage (.742)."
4/21/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Collision during loss to M's "I'm just a little disappointed," Crosby said. "It's just like the play in spring training. I'm not going to hesitate. I'm going to go after the ball."
4/20/4: Travis Lee (93 MVP-94) A lot to glove about Lee | Provides Yanks 1st aid
4/20/4: Barry Bonds (83) 666th key in win | NL Player of the Week
4/20/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Impressive on D, shaky on O (Bat .250 in 76 ABs in 99)
4/20/4: David Bush (99 MVP) Skychiefs rain on Lynx "David Bush tossed a three-hit shutout for the Syracuse SkyChiefs in a rain-shortened seven inning 6-0 International"
4/20/4: Added OurSportsCentral - Daily Sports News - To Outside Links, Professionals
4/19/4: Panners, AIA share Growden once again - Bob Ely, DN-M "The two local teams would like nothing better than to replicate their 1-2 finish in the ABL last season and return to Wichita this summer."
4/19/4: Barry Bonds (83) Two dingers in SFG loss "Bonds has homered in all five games he's started this homestand to give him seven on the season and 665 for his career - 50 from passing Babe Ruth for second place and 90 shy of Hank Aaron's record."
4/19/4: Ryan Garko (00) Grand slam in K-Tribe win over Fredrick
4/19/4: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Torres delivers big blast for Lexington - "The Legends got on the board first, in the top of the first, when Josh Anderson tripled to right-center field and scored on a single by Scott Robinson."
4/19/4: OurSportsCentral Baseball - Broadcasts | SportsJuice Broadcasts - Added to Outside Links
4/17/4: Gero von Dehn's "Fear Itself" has released 5 song demo CD, Co-Produced by G - NOW AVAILABLE through the G-Man himself (Kgero1@aol.com)
4/17/4: Bobby Crosby (99) A's Notes "The eye-popping feat pulled off by Marco Scutaro and Bobby Crosby on Thursday was all over TV, a double play that was the play of the night and maybe the season."
4/17/4: David Bush (99 MVP) Strikes out first five in first AAA win - "Thanks to a superb pitching performance from David Bush, the SkyChiefs made it two in a row in game one. Bush only gave up one earned run in seven innings, striking out five to pickup his first win."
4/16/4: Emerson Frostad (03) Breaks up perfect game attempt
4/16/4: Jason Aspito (99) Belts Two Homers in 7-2 Victory
4/15/4: Barry Bonds (83) Passes Godfather Mays with 661st "I've never seen a better player in my life," said former Giants third baseman Matt Williams, who threw out the first pitch at Tuesday night's game. "I don't think anybody changes the course of a game like he does."
4/13/4: Barry Bonds (83) Ties Willie Mays with 660th HR | Say Hey, Say Goodbye
4/13/4: Bret Boone (88) Homers in 10th to give Seattle first win
4/12/4: David Gassner (00 MVP) Rochester Press Box | SportsJuice Audio Games | GOOGLE - NEWS
4/12/4: Chad Bentz (AGP-99) Cheer for an Expos' reliever? "Until now, the only guy truly raised in Alaska to make a big-league roster was Marshall Boze, a member of the Brewers in 1997 who lasted about as long as a winter streaker in downtown Fairbanks."
4/11/4: Professionals: Sportsjuice.com - Listen to Goldpanners playing minor league baseball! - Updated with 2004 Opening Day Rosters
4/9/4: David Gassner (00 MVP) Throws gas in win over Syracuse | Beats David Bush's Syracuse club
4/9/4: David Bush (99 MVP) Struggles in first AAA start
4/9/4: Barry Bonds (83) 660th Stolen by Jay Payton (Story & Video)
4/8/4: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Lexington Lgend to Watch "Ambidextrous first baseman Scott Robinson (6-1, 190, from Fairbanks, Alaska) was drafted out of high school in 2002, but did not sign until last May, after a year at Palomar (Calif.) Junior College."
4/8/4: Brett Garrard (02) Five RBIs lifts OSU over Oakland
4/8/4: Jason Giambi (90) Interview about Giambi PS2 video game
4/8/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Has breakthrough evening | First hit brings relief
4/7/4: Blake Gill (02 MVP) Middle infielders key to LSU "Gill, who is in his fourth season at LSU, including a redshirt season (2001), was a high school shortstop but hasn't played the position since. Laval said he thinks Gill might be less prone to occasional mental lapses by playing a position outside of his comfort zone.
4/7/4: Barry Bonds (83) Goes Deep on Opening Day " If you pitch him away and he hits it to right field still, what can you do?"
4/7/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Shoulders A's expectations
4/6/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Denies nervousness, Macha doesn't believe him
4/5/4: Brandon Averill (02) Two-run dinger ties it in 8th vs. top-ranked Stanford - Bruins win in 9th
4/5/4: AGP: Chad Bentz Second High School/Am Legion Major League Alaskan
4/5/4: Barry Bonds (83) Home Run Tracker
2004 Sponsors: Kalen & Associates
4/4/4: Ryan Haag (02) 3-5, 2SB, R, 4RBI in win over La Tech
4/4/4: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Save vs. UNLV; McLintock homers
4/4/4: Will Fenton (03) Picks up Fourth Save
4/3/4: Ryan Haag (02) Journey hits an unforeseen rut "He sees things, he feels things, that other players don't," Batesole says. "He sees things with pitchers, he sees things with catchers. He thinks ahead. He helps his teammates. He's to the point now where I don't have to coach him, he just plays. And he's a great college player."
4/3/4: Jason Giambi (90) Knee Key to Joe's Lineup
4/2/4: PV FREE: Winning Run vs. Peninsula Oilers 220K RealMedia - Coach Jack Wickersham dodges the tag at home to give the Goldpanners a 2-1 victory over the Peninsula Oilers of Kenai during the 2000 Anchorage Bucs Wood Bat Invitational Tournament. (Brooks Conrad celebrating at end)
4/2/4: 2004 SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES -
4/1/4: Greg Garrett (66) A Santa Clarita Folk Tale - "The Goldpanners had their finest season in 1966, going 50-13 and winning the league championship. But the players weren’t paid, so they had to find odd jobs, and Garrett found employment as a road worker. “It was so cold and Greg hated the taste of coffee, so he would drink hot chocolate to keep warm out there,” Garrett’s first wife Pam Koller recalls. “He would tell me, ‘I didn’t care what those guys said, I can’t drink coffee,’ and it was cold.”
3/31/4: Tom Seaver (64-65) Dave Winfield (71-72) - Visit White House to celebrate Opening Day with G.W.Bush: "You know, some people, like when they go up to relax, will have the symphony on. I have a baseball game on. I like to prepare for the next day, and my background noise is a baseball game," he said."
3/31/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Leads A's to victory in final pre-season game "Hopefully, they don't know too much about me yet," said Crosby, a first-round draft choice in 2000 and the son of former major leaguer Ed Crosby. "I hope I can keep it going, I guess."
3/31/4: Ryan Garko (00) Set in K-Indians roster at catcher/first base
3/30/4: Will Fenton (03) Earns victory over ASU - 3-2 record - "The Devils rallied in the bottom of the ninth putting a pair of runners on with no outs, but Fenton got All-American shortstop Dustin Pedroia (Woodland, Calif.) to bounce into a 4-6-3 double play and senior second baseman Nick Walsh (03) to fly out to center field to seal the victory. "
3/30/4: Jose Cruz Jr. (93) & Jason Giambi (90) Homers in First At-Bat of Season in Japan
3/30/4: Pros: John Purdom (01) Catcher signed by Cincinatti Reds
3/30/4: Pros: Chris Donnels (86) Signed by Colorado "Donnels, who turns 38 on April 21, spent last year playing for the Class AAA affiliates of Los Angeles, the Chicago Cubs and Florida, hitting .289 with 13 home runs and 46 RBI in 263 at-bats. He has spent parts of eight seasons in the majors with the New York Mets, Houston, Boston, Los Angeles and Arizona, hitting .233"
3/30/4: Pros: Jay Sitzman (97) Released by Chicago Cubs
3/29: Barry Bonds (83) The Official Website | Launching Website
3/28/4: Jim Dietz (1970-71-72-73-74-75-76-77-90-91-92-93) Back home in Oregon, Dietz keeps line wet, powder dry - Tom Cushman "He declined an offer to coach in the summer Alaskan league where he once was a regular. "Too much on the plate this year," he says. "Maybe later."
3/28/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Welcomes Chance with A's
3/27/4: Jeff Culpepper (03 MVP) Clears bases in 9th for win
3/27/4: Nick Walsh (03) 2-for-4 in win over UW
3/27/4: Goldpanners help SDSU defeat UNM
3/25/4: New Team Pages: 1966 | 1967 | 1974 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1981 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1988 | 1989 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1996 | 1998
3/25/4: Jason Lane (96-97) The Road Warrior
3/22/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Hit by pitch, given X-Ray
3/22/4: http://www.oilersbaseball.com/ - Facelift!
3/21/4: Bret Boone (88) Looking for another big season "With all but one of his 221 career homers coming as a second baseman, he ranks ninth among second basemen in major league history in homers. Ryne Sandberg is first with 277."
3/20/4: Aaron Mathews (03) Eight Game Hitting Streak
3/20/4: Brett Garrard (02) 4-for-4 in 6-4 OSU victory
3/19/4: Mike Hofius (02) Career Night for LBSU - Career-best five runs, HR; Maiques (04R) strikes out 3 in 1IP
3/19/4: Despite 2 Jose Rodriguez HRs, LC falls - Best (3-for-5,3R,2RBI), Rodriguez (2-for-5,2R,5RBI,2HR)
3/19/4: Barry Bonds (83) Takes Mariners Deep - Twice
3/19/4: Greg Dobbs (00) Sent to Double-A San Antonio
3/18/4: LC/UNR Matchup This Weekend: LCSC (Johnson, Bruce, Aselton, Allen, Cheff, Bostick, Balmer, Fuller) vs. Nevada-Reno (Sutton)
3/17/4: Front Gate - Updated for 2004
3/15/4: Trevor Mortensen (04), Santa Ana | Ricky Bostick, LCSC - Added to 2004 Pre-Season Roster
3/15/4: Irvine Valley can't hold off Santa Ana - "The next batter, Trevor Mortenson(04) hit a solo shot to give Santa Ana the lead. A two-run home run by Mortenson in the top of the sixth inning put the Dons ahead, 6-3. "That kid can hit the ball hard," Madole said."
3/15/4: Mat-su Miners.org - Facelift!
3/12/4: Aaron Mathews (03) 2-for-4 with a triple and three runs batted in
3/12/4: More 2001 Midnight Sun Game Pictures | Midnight Sun Festival Images
3/11/4: McCaslin sidelined with arm trouble - Lathrop's Shaver (04R) in - "The younger kids without a lot of experience will get the opportunity to pitch on Wednesdays without the pressure of having to win those games," LCC pitching coach Rob Hippi (02-03) said. "We have to use guys in crucial situations that we would have normally had in protected spots."
3/11/4: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Working to recapture job as fifth starter | Likes his stuff
3/11/4: Greg Dobbs (00) Recovering from a lost year
3/11/4: Land of the Radioactive Midnight Sun - Sean Michael Flynn "Growden Memorial is an old-fashioned ballpark with no bad seats and ticket takers and vendors that remember your name."
3/10/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Belts two homers - Crosby is now batting .467 for the spring | talent looking supernatural
3/10/4: Bill would prohibit aluminum bats in HS baseball games "In a continuation of his crusade against aluminum baseball bats, Council minority leader James Oddo will introduce a bill today banning the use of metal bats in ballgames played by youngsters of high school age."
3/10/4: RealNetworks sues MLB over video format - "RealNetworks is suing an arm of Major League Baseball, saying it broke a deal by favoring a media player made by Microsoft over its own player." - Added to PannerVision
3/7/4: Alaska Baseball League Slideshow
3/4/4: Bret Boone (88) Assumes role of strange leader
3/4/4: Adam Kennedy (95) To hit ninth in Angels' batting order
3/4/4: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Isn't feeling pressure
3/2/4: 2004 Alaska Goldpanners Roster - Updated
3/2/4: Jason Lane (96-97) Works out at First Base "If all goes as planned, Jason Lane will begin the season as one of two backup outfielders the Houston Astros will carry on their Opening Day 25-man roster." - Agreed to terms with Astros on a one-year contract.
3/2/4: Jason Phillips (96) Still intense on the field "But when I step on that field, if I'm not intense then I lose an edge. I'm not saying you should go out and fight or anything, and I don't want to disrespect or embarrass anyone. But this is a business and I have a family just like they have a family and if I do well, it's going to be at someone else's expense."
3/1/4: Aaron Mathews (03) 4-for-5 with 2RBI in Beaver win
3/1/4: Jason Lane (96-97) Taking Nothing for Granted
3/1/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Lots of challenges on deck
3/1/4: Jeff DaVanon (92-94) Looking to stay in the majors this time around - DaVanon's 17 steals were second on the team to Adam Kennedy's 22 - Agreed to terms on a contract for the 2004 season
2/29/4: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Named to Clemens award watch list
2/29/4: Will Fenton (03) Scoreless streak ends after 43.3 innings (+ 7.1 Panner Innings)
2/27/4: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Time for Heilman to make his pitch
2/26/4: Travis Lee (93-93) Takes BP as deal is finalized "I'm just happy to be part of this," Lee said. "It was fun when they called me and said they wanted me to be part of it." - One-year contract with a club option for 2005
2/25/4: Travis Lee (93-93) Agrees to contract with Yankees, seeks a role
2/25/4: NBC: 1947 NBC fan on EBay
2/25/4: CSTV Baseball Schedule
2/24/4: 1961 Pan-Alaska Goldpanners
2/24/4: Mat-Su Miners: Matt Inouye named Western Athletic Conference Player of the Week - He credits playing in the Alaska league over the summer for his success at the plate. "I got to see good pitching up in Alaska, so that helped"
2/24/4: Adam Pettyjohn (96) Brighter days for Pettyjohn
2/24/4: Royce Ring (00) Looks to impress this spring - "When Royce Ring signed his first contract with the Chicago White Sox in 2002, it included a clause requiring the team to invite him to its major league spring training camp this season. That clause was invalidated when Ring and two other minors leaguers were traded to the Mets last July for second baseman Roberto Alomar. "I kind of wondered what would happen," said Ring, a 23-year-old left-handed relief pitcher. "They were under no obligation."
2/24/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Knows he has big shoes to fill "I feel pretty relaxed, actually,'' Crosby said. "Last spring, I didn't know what to expect. This spring, it looks pretty good to have a spot.''
2/24/4: Jason Giambi (90) Enters Camp Healthy
2/24/4: Barry Bonds (83) Just wants to have fun
2/23/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Will get scrutiny, indeed
2/22/4: Kyle Aselton (03) Helps OSU to 6th straight | OSU Player Page
2/20/4: Jason Giambi (90) Donates $50K to LBSU
2/19/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Oakland's Top Prospect - Baseball America
2/18/4: Fairbanks, Alaska Pictures - Stephen Cysewski
2/17/4: Bobby Crosby (99) Being himself is good way to start - "A's prospect Bobby Crosby will face the pressure of replacing an All-Star."
2/16/4: Blake Gill (02 MVP) 3-for-5 with a run and two RBIs "We should have won it earlier in the game," Gill said. "We shouldn't have been playing in the 10th anyway. We had our chances."
2/16/4: Yahoo Baseball Broadcast Page
2/15/4: Travis Lee (93-93): Another Goldpanner heading for pinstripes? "The Yankees probably will wait until next week to announce their one-year agreement with Lee, which will be worth about $2.5 million. They don't have room for Lee, 28, on their 40-man roster at this point, but they likely will next week after Aaron Boone undergoes knee surgery."
2/15/4: Brandon Averill (02) drove in six runs in UCLA's 13-11 win over Fresno State
2/15/4: Kyle Allen (03) 4IP, 1 Earned Run vs. Central Washington - Best 2-for-4
2/15/4: Midnight Sun Game Pictures
2/14/3: Fairbanks in Winter: Added 2004 Yukon Quest Pictures
2/12/4: Dave Winfield (71-72) Inclusion is everything
2/12/4: Travis Lee (93-93) Yanks considering Travis as backup to Jason Giambi
2/12/4: Chinese Taipei: Mutual distrust notwithstanding, China and Taiwan exchange baseball tips - "This hard-line attitude extends to sports. Since Beijing maintains that Taiwan isn't really a country, and many countries and international organizations concur, Taiwan can't participate in the Olympics under its own flag and must instead parade under a neutral Olympics flag and call itself "Chinese Taipei."
2/11/4: Aaron Heilman (98) Mets turn to technology to trhow strikes
2/11/4: Trojans celebrate Rod Dedeaux's 90th birthday
2/10/4: Jason Giambi (90) Donates $50K to Dirtbags
2/7/4: PRO: Doug Linton (86) Signed by Kansas City Royals
2/7/4: PRO: Robert Ramsay (93) Signed by Baltimore Orioles
2/6/4: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Records third save ; hits by Corona, Guerrero
2/6/4: Jason Giambi (90) Giambi: Good as New - "I was sorry to see Andy go, but I kind of felt that might be the case. As for Roger, I called him to let him know I want my money back for the Hummer we bought him."
2/5/4: Charlie Cole (BOD-40Y) 1950 Stanford Ballplayer Collects RBI in Alumni Game | "In old-timers alumni game, former State of Alaska attorney general Charlie Cole hit a double as the 1953 College World Series team won 12-2."
2/5/4: Photograph Midnight Sun at Eagle Summit | Fans at Midnight Ballgame | Zomerzonnewendebaseballwedstrijd (Updated) - Midnight Sun Game in Pictures
2/5/4: Ryan Garko (00) NYMFansOnly Scouting Page
2/4/4: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Getting adjusted to new duds
2/3/4: Jeff Culpepper (03 MVP) Expected to pace the Bulldogs offense in 2004
2/1/4: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Save #2 on season
1/31/4: Ed Olsen (74-75-76-77) In his 22nd year as head baseball coach at Grossmont College, reached a milestone at the Ventura Tournament. The Griffins beat Santa Barbara City College 15-7 to give Olsen his 499th win, then defeated defending Southern California champion College of the Canyons 8-2 for Olsen's 500th. The Griffins are 3-0 this season.
1/30/4: PANNER PICTURE SCRAPBOOK - A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z - COACHES, PLAYERS, PERSONNEL, PERIPHERAL FIGURES *
1/30/4: Lee Iorg (73) - Added to Scrapbook - I
1/30/4: PANNER PICTURE SCRAPBOOK - A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z - COACHES, PLAYERS, PERSONNEL, PERIPHERAL FIGURES *
1/30/4: Lee Iorg (73) - Added to Scrapbook - I
1/29/4: "49/49" Policy added to PannerVision - NOW ONLY TWO OPTIONS
1/26/4: Rayner Noble (81) A Noble beginning - "I was moving up and down in the Astros organization between Double A and Triple A. I was in Triple A in 1987 and they wanted to send me back down to Double A. I said enough is enough," Noble said. "When I went into professional, I told myself that if I wasn't in the big leagues by the time that I was 25 years old that I was going to get out. That is exactly what happened."
1/26/4: 2004 AIA-Alaska Roster
1/26/4: Unlimited Potential, Inc. | "theGOAL" Player Testimonies - Added to 2004 AIA-Alaska
1/26/4: 100 years of Baseball in Ketchikan | SiteNews Photos - Added to Alaska Baseball History
1/25/4: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Pitched a perfect seventh inning to record his first save | Jake McLintock 3 hits, 2 doubles, 4 RBI - James Guerrero 3 hits
1/25/4: Jim Sundberg (71) Rangers pitch fun, future to fans
1/24/4: Bobby Crosby (99|MLB#182) Gives self some realistic rookie goals
1/24/4: Darrell May (91) Kansas City Royals Agreed to terms with LHP Darrell May on a two-year contract through the 2005 season, avoiding salary arbitration.
1/23/4: 2004 Collegiate Goldpanners
1/22/4: Jason Lane (96-97) Jason finally in right Lane
1/20/4: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Named Pre-Season All-American
1/20/4: SDSU to audio broadcast 56 games - Corona, McLintock, Schroyer, Jenson, Guerrero, Filter
1/20/4: 2003 Midnight Sun Game - Special vacation picture page! - Added to Midnight Sun Game
1/18/4: Blake Gill (02 MVP) LSU Tigers raring to go - "The first practice of 2004 was five days away, but LSU second baseman Blake Gill said he was beginning to feel a familiar surge of adrenaline. "I'm losing sleep already," Gill said.."
1/18/4: Fairbanks Vacation Pictures (2003 MSG) - Now linked to larger pics
1/18/4: ASU Alumni Game - Greg Steen (1982), Brooks Conrad (1999-2000) recorded hits for the alumni squad. - Rumsey (86-87), Cermak (95)
1/17/4: Drew Jenson (03) One-hitter vs. SDSU Alumni
1/16/4: Bobby Crosby (99|MLB#182) Named to USA Today Sports Weekly's Minor League All-Star Team
1/14/4: Jeff Culpepper (03) Named to WCC Pre-Season Team - Conference Best Pure Hitter
1/12/4: Jay Stizman (97) Signed by Chicago Cubs
1/8/4: Alaska's Midnight Tee Party - "And by all means hit the Midnight Sun Baseball Game, a Fairbanks tradition that dates back at least to 1908, when the following hyperbolic account of the game appeared in a local newspaper: "The players had the blistering rays of the midnight sun beating down upon them, their every move followed intently by a crowd of wild fans whose enthusiasm held them in the oven-like bleachers." The idea behind the game, which begins at 10:30 p.m., is that the lights are never turned on. "There's a car in the parking lot with its lights on," intoned public address announcer Todd Dennis last year, "and lights are not allowed at the Midnight Sun Game." The crowd roared.
1/8/4: Welkom op ons Alaska-avontuur! | 2002 Midnight Sun Game - Best amateur pics yet!
1/8/4: Land of the Radioactive Midnight Sun - Ebook Sean Michael Flynn "Lt. Flynn requests a transfer to Eileson Air Force outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. He is a bit unnerved at how easy the transfer goes through. From a rugby game on a frozen river to living across from Santa's Village to a baseball game under the midnight sun to soaring over the Bush in an F-16, this is a hilarious trial-by-many-errors account of what it takes to become a true Alaskan."
1/7/4: Aaron Heilman (98) Makes Pitch | Eager to be Mets' 5th wheel
1/6/4: Bill Mosiello (89) Tenton Thunder Coach - Added to 2004 Professionals
1/6/4: Bien Figueroa (83) Named Delvarma Shorebirds Manager "Figueroa begins his eighth season in the Orioles organization and his second season as a manager. Last season, Figueroa was the Minor League Roving Infield Instructor for the Orioles. In 2002 Figueroa led the Bluefield Orioles of the Appalachian League to a 45-23 record and an appearance in the Appalachian League finals."
1/6/4: Adam Pettyjohn (96) invited to SFG Spring Training
1/5/4: Ryan Haag (02) Ryan Haag's Homepage
1/5/4: Denny Barrett (02) Named Occidental Head Coach "Occidental College took steps to improve its beleagured baseball program today by naming Denny Barrett, former head coach at Garces Memorial High School in Bakersfield, as its new head baseball coach."
1/5/4: Aaron Heilman (98) Anxious to get started "Now I have to come in here and win a job again. That's been my attitude all winter. A lot of things went wrong last year, but I haven't thought about that in a while. I really don't have any good answers. I'm just looking forward to this year and to Spring Training, not trying to figure out what I did wrong and what I didn't do but what I'm able to do right now so I'm able to win a job this spring."
1/5/4: Aichi League All-Stars - All Time Results
1/3/4: 2003 Midnight Sun Game - Latest PannerVision Broadcast! (Always Available)
1/2/4: Joe Connor at the MSG | Midnight Sun Game Album | 2002 MSG - Added to Midnight Sun Game in Pics
1/2/4: Sampling Tributaries of the Yukon River, May 2002 - Added to Chena River
1/2/4: Threads of Gold - History of Gold Rush | Alaskan Volcanoes - Alaska History in Pics
1/1/4: Royce Ring (00) - New Professional Pic Added
12/31/3: C.J. "Scoop" Nunes - Remembering good ol' Scoop | NBC Hall of Fame "Has been involved with the Santa Marina Indians since 1957. He bean with the Indians selling programs and taking tickets. He was promoted to General Manager in 1961. Served as President and Chariman of the Board for Indians which have competed in 17 NBC World Series." | Proclaimed "Mr. Baseball" by Santa Maria Mayor Lavagnino | Beat Pilots in 1982 to win NBC World Series Title