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H.A. (Red) Boucher



12/30: Milwaukee Brewers non-tendered outfielder Jim Rushford (94), making him a free agent.
12/30: Philadelphia Phillies Declined to offer 2003 contract to 1B Travis Lee (94).
12/30: San Francisco Giants declined to offer arbitration to OF Tom Goodwin (87).
12/2: 2002 Alaska Goldpanners
12/2: 2002 Alaska Baseball League Top Prospects
12/2: Decade: 1993-2002
1999 Team Set

11/17: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Named Pre-season All-American - National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA)
11/17: Anchorage mayor still wants minor league team But Dennis Mattingly, founder and general manager of the Anchorage Bucs baseball club, said there's only a remote chance a minor league team would work here. "We're too far out of the mainstream for the minor leagues," he said. "It is too costly."
11/14: Barry Bonds (83) Barry vs. Matsui HR contest LIVE at 3:45 a.m. ET - Jacque Jones (94) Interview
11/12: J.D. Willcox (99) A Team Guy Gets His Chance
11/12: Bonds (83) Giambi (90) Win 2002 Silver Sluggers (Bonds' 10th)
11/12: Leary, Kingman, Harris Played for both Mets/Yankees 
11/12: 11/3/2 7.9 Mag Quake in Fairbanks
11/12: Will Fenton (03) Added to 2003 Roster
11/12: Brad Davis (03) Added to 2003 Roster
11/12: Nick Walsh (03) Added to 2003 Roster
11/12: Barry Bonds (83) Wins MVP while in Japan; "Barry is the greatest of all time"
11/12: Doug Linton (86) Toronto Blue Jays signed pitcher to minor league contract with invitations to spring training.
11/12: Terry Francona (76) Named Oakland Athletics bench coach.
11/12: Gary Rajsich (75) Named Red Sox scout
11/11: Barry Bonds (83) Wins NL MVP for Unprecedented 5th Time - Unanimous Vote!
11/9: Barry Bonds (83) Sunny Disposition is Rising (Bonds/Giambi Pic)
11/7: Derek Bruce (03) Added to 2003 Roster
11/7: Derek Bruce leads WSU past LCSC | All PAC-10 honorable mention
11/6: Scott Robinson (02 MVP) Named Best Pure Hitter by Baseball America (sub); #5 Draft and follow for 2003
11/6: David Bush (99) #3 Closest to Majors; #4 Best Breaking Ball
11/5: It's Japan for Bonds, Giambi and Jones | Bonds, Giambi leading US stars
11/5: Ryan Garko (00) Leads Cardinal against Alumni
11/5: Ron Roenicke (76) Leads Angels to WS Title
11/2: Playoffs stars have roots in Alaska
11/2: Don't think, Mr. Mayor, please - "Many of the ABL's college players are all-stars and many have been drafted but stayed in school instead (and most of those get drafted higher the next time they're draft eligible). Tons of them never make it to the major leagues, either, but the number of Fairbanks Goldpanners who've made it to the bigs -- 180 and counting -- can surely rival those of most short-season A league teams."
7.9 mag quake hits Fairbanks

10/31: Added Alaska Oil and Gas Reporter | to Fairbanks, Alaska, Outside Links
10/28: Barry Bonds (83) Gets records, not ring "He set the Series record for highest on base percentage (.700), highest slugging percentage (1.294), most intentional walks (7) and most walks (13). He tied the Series mark for most homers (4) and most runs (8) while completely altering the seven games unlike any player before him. And when it was all said and done, Bonds took no solace in any of it." Angels fans say Barry deserved MVP
10/25: Good to be a Goldpanner - Don Dennis - General Relativity  "Zak was welcomed back to work in the team's  Pannervision operation (due to his fine personality) but with a new field manager, Ed Cheff, the amount of playing time was to be determined.   The rest is history."
10/25: Barry Bonds (83) Barry goes deep ; Angels force game 7 "There's the history of the great players who have played in San Francisco without winning a World Series ring, not the least of whom is their current left fielder and superstar slugger, Barry Bonds. There's the uncertainty of what will happen with Baker, GM Brian Sabean and second baseman Jeff Kent -- all without contracts next season. So much has been riding on this season from Day One, and now it could be the final day." | Traveling with Team USA to face Japan after WS
10/24: Barry Bonds (83) On the brink | RBI Double propels Giants
10/23: Barry Bonds (83) Takes the spotlight, wants the ring
10/23: Adam Kennedy (95) Scioscia calls on him against lefties
10/22: Marc Kaiser (02) Shuts down ASU on five-hit CG | Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week
10/22: Ed Cheff (02) 2002 NAIA Coach of the Year
10/22: 6.7 Mag Quake shakes Fairbanks
10/21:  Barry Bonds (83) Three-for-three!  Sets record for 7th Home Run of Postseason! - Three in World Series. Reggie Jackson holds the record of five in the 1977 Series.
10/20: Barry Bonds (83) 9th Inning home run second of series
10/20: 1987 Fairbanks Baseball Clinics (3 major leaguers there, folks)
10/19: 1960 Pan-Alaska Goldpanners
10/19: Barry Bonds (83) Homers in first ever World Series at-bat | Bonds delivers
10/19: Adam Kennedy (95) 2-for-4 with RBI for Anaheim | Amidst the celebration, Kennedy stays humble
10/18: Tom Sommers (63 MVP) Fresno State Hall of Fame
10/17: Added Newest Pictures Pages
10/16: Aaron Heilman (98) NYMets Fansonly Scouting Report
10/14: Adam Kennedy (95) Gets Historic; ALCS MVP!
10/14: Barry Bonds (83) Anybody But Barry Bonds
10/6: Barry Bonds (83) An interview about 'When I was a Kid'
10/5: Keith Lockhart (85) Blasts 3-run HR; Bonds Homers
10/3: 1997 Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks
10/3: 1995 Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks
10/2: Greg Hill's Weekly Column "The Alaska Goldpanners' last home game of the 2002 season was memorable, with the team closing out an unblemished homestand to gain first place in the Alaska Baseball League. At the final out the larger than average crowd cheered long and lustily, and the players and staff lingered on the field waving their hats and applauding the fans who are a big part of the good vibes that surround the Goldpanners through thick and thin."
10/2: Clay Johnson (02-03) Elma grad pitched for national champions
10/2: Casey McKenzie (01) Steeple Cats Page (pic by Todd Dennis)
10/1: Cincinnati's DiEduardo named Peninsula Oilers' Manager
10/1: Having fun in the midnight sun
10/1: Barry Bonds (83)
Ready to exorcise playoff demons?

9/30: Panners tie Stanford as club sending most players to USA Teams!  - D. August, B. Barberie, B. Brink, J. Ciccarella, B. Crosby, J. Cruz, R. Garko, T. Goodwin, J. Giambi, S. Hecht, A. Heilman, J. Jones, M.  Kaiser, T. Lee, S. Mack, O. McDowell, A. Pettyjohn, R. Ring, R. Schroyer, E. Schullstrom; Plus three coaches: E. Cheff, D. Sneddon, D. Snow
9/29: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Transfers to University of Nevada - Reno ; Joins Ryan Strain (01) on Wolpack
9/29: Barry Bonds (83) Bonds, Barry Bonds, is the only choice ; No question, deserves MVP
9/29: Jim Rushford (94) Former Dragon realizes his dream
9/29: Pete Montrenes (99) Snubs majors, returns to class
9/29: Bobby Crosby (99) Named A's MILB Player of the Year
9/28: Greg Harris (75-76) Leaves only enduring mark of Montreal franchise
9/28: Billy Bean (85) On being gay in baseball
9/27: J.P. Gagne (02) Alaska Diary, August 5th
9/27: J.P. Gagne (02) Alaska Baseball Diary, June 29
9/25: Giambis pass DiMaggios for Brothers Record!
9/24: Todd Jennings - 2002 Alaska Goldpanners
9/24: Mike Hofius - 2002 Alaska Goldpanners
9/24: Ryan Haag - 2002 Alaska Goldpanners
9/24: Jim Rushford (94) Brewers' rookie learning from experience
9/24: Jason Lane (96-97 MVP) Named Class AAA MVP
9/24: SLC Trib: Season's final week could see marks fall
9/24: Rusty Gerhardt (71) Named to ACC 50 Team
9/23: Steve Abney (90) Hired as U. Kansas coach
9/20: Newest Pictures, Page 19! - Nelson's Pics
9/20: Major League Baseball recognizes The Alaska Goldpanners and Red Boucher! "The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is hosting a day-long salute to Alaska today, highlighted by the appearance of Alaska Goldpanners founder H.A. Red Boucher in a special edition of Sandlot Stories ."
9/18: Justin Gemoll (97) Placed on Wilmington (Class-A Adv.) Disabled List
9/18: Justin Gemoll (97) Sets Wilmington records with five hits and six RBI
9/17: Jeff DaVanon (92-94) Recalled from Class-AAA Salt Lake to Anaheim (Moved from playing for Mesa Angels in August to MLB!)
9/17: Vancouver (Class A-Northwest League) righthander's Chris Dunwell (00-01) and Jared Burton combined to toss the league's first no-hitter since 1993, helping the Canadians blank Spokane, 8-0, on July 27. In his third start of the season, Dunwell, selected in the 15th round by the Athletics in June, issued a pair of walks and struck out two batters over five innings to capture his first victory as a professional.
9/14: Jose Cruz Jr. (93) Reactivated from 15-day disabled list
9/12: Championship Game Pictures - GlacierPilots
9/11: The Astros sent minor league pitchers Mike Nannini and Travis Anderson to the Cubs to complete the deal for Flash Gordon, RHP. Minor league pitcher Russ Rohlicek (99) was sent to the Cubs on the day of the trade.
9/5: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Follow season at Palomar JC Website
9/5: Jim Rushford (94) MLB Statistics
9/5: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) RealAudio Interview
9/4: Jim Rushford (94) 0-for-4 with a K vs. Cubs in MLB Debut
9/3: Jim Rushford (94) Promoted to Milwaukee  GPMLB#180!
9/3: Chad Redfern (00-02) Signed by Atlanta, Assigned to Danville Braves (1st 2002 Panner to Pros.. and not the last)
9/3: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) Has risen to second basemen elite
9/3: Barry Bonds (83) NL Player of the Week
9/2: Bobby Crosby (99) and Russell Rohlicek (99) Participated in Single-A All-Star Game Game
9/1: 2002 Goldpanners Most Valuable Players
9/1: A League Of Their Own - Don Dennis "..just a year ago at the fall meeting the assembled general managers voted to change tie-breaking rules to make the head-to-head series the means of determining any advantage.    This rule alone should have prevented the creation of a new "post-season" game to create a final standing as the Goldpanners had a comfortable 5-2 season edge on the Pilots.." - General Relativity
9/1: 2002 FINAL, OFFICIAL Statistics
9/1: Updated
Most Valuable Players

8/31: Newest Pictures Online - Miscellaneous Pics
8/30: ABL Top Prospects: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) #3,  Marc Kaiser (02) #4, Blake Gill (02) #6, Chad Corona (02) #7;  Northwoods League: John Purdom (01) #7 "Voted the league's MVP because of his bat, Purdom has a strong arm but his other skills may not play behind the plate. Luckily for him, he has solid power and advanced hitting skills." - Allan Simpson
8/26: Don Dennis - Alaska Goldpanners' General Manager
8/25: Many Happy Returns - General Relativity "A side observation on Blake (Gill).   He was cut out to be a Goldpanner.  I have witnessed many pickups over the years and never before have I seen a guy become integrated the way it happened for Gill.    By the third game of the tournament it seemed as though he had been with the team throughout the season.    A tribute to Blake and the other Goldpanner players who welcomed him aboard."
8/24: Jason Lane (96-97 MVP) Called up by Houston for third time in 2002 from Class AAA New Orleans
8/22: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Withdraws commitment to SDSU
8/21: Up to Date (UTD) Stats added to Professionals
8/21: Jason Lane (96-97) Optioned to Class AAA New Orleans
8/21: David Gassner (00 MVP) Transferred from Syracuse SkyChiefs (AAA) to Tennessee Smokies (AA
8/21: Stewart Smothers (97) Released by Richmond Braves (AAA)
8/20: Picture Series Page - Use browser to simulate motion
8/18: Added Walk-on Gange earns fifth win to J.P. Gagne (02)
Pilots now just two wins from retaining title

8/9/02 ADN "And it doesn't mean the Pilots would feel bad if they happened to be the team to send the Goldpanners packing. "Well," Zech said, "we'd talk a little garbage, I'm sure."
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Todd Belitz (96)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to David Bush (99 MVP)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Tom Carrow (01)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Bobby Crosby (99)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Jeff DaVanon (92-94)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Chris Dunwell (00-01)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Ryan Garko (00)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to David Gassner (00 MVP)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Aaron Heilman (98)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Ben Julianel (00)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Eric Keefner (01)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Jason Lane (96-97 MVP)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Barry Matthews (00)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Jeff Phelps (00)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Royce Ring (00)
8/17: Added Updated Minor League Statistics to Greg Sain (99-00)
8/17: Goldpanners in Arizona Fall League Rosters - Christian Parker (95); Greg Dobbs (00); Bobby Crosby (99)
8/17: Jose Cruz, Jr. (93) Placed on Toronto 15-day DL, retroactive to August 10, with a left ankle sprain
8/14: Picture Page 16 - We are the Champions!
8/14: Pandemonium
8/14: Panners Strike Pure Gold - ADN "To be honest with you," Anchorage coach Bob Miller replied when asked what happened, "I'm at a loss for words right now." "From the day we got here, we thought we might be seeing (the Pilots) tonight," Cheff said. "That's a really good club we had to beat twice here. Doing it the way we did it certainly makes it more special."
8/14: Memories of mom flood back for MVP Gill "Gill went 4 for 4 with two runs scored and three RBIs. Next thing he knew, he was holding the MVP trophy. "I never thought this would have happened, especially a few days ago," Gill said. "It's incredible. It's the best feeling I've ever had on a baseball field in my life."
8/14: Panners hit the Mother Lode - Bob Eley "The Panners have played in a record 12 championship games with four of those coming against the Glacier Pilots. The Panners now hold a 3-1 advantage in those games. The Pilots have played in 10 championship games."
8/14: Fairbanks Return Brightens NBC - Bob Lutz "Dennis, probably the most successful figure in NBC history, didn't join his team for a jubilant postgame celebration on the field. Instead, he remained stationed behind a camera above the bleachers behind third base, helping with the Fairbanks Web cast. Fairbanks has now played in 23 World Series, and won 26 percent of them. The Panners also have six second-place finishes, so they have played in the championship game in 52 percent of the tournaments they have entered."
8/14: Fairbanks wins record sixth title "The two teams had met three times before in the championship game, with Fairbanks now holding a 3-1 advantage."
8/11: SCORECAST vs. Anchorage Glacier Pilots
8/11: Its Pilots vs. Panners for the Title "This afternoon, they will take the field against the Goldpanners, who shared the Alaska Baseball League title with them. One game will not only decide this year's national champion, but since the organizations are tied with a record five NBC titles each, it will decide who is the most successful team in NBC history.
8/11: Panners Advance to Championship "We were run-ruling everyone, and we had to be reminded what this tournament would be like. But the way we've done it, we know we deserve to be in the championship."
8/11: Gill Golden for Fairbanks "I wasn't contributing like I felt I should have. I was really kind of taking it hard on myself," said Gill, a sophomore at Louisiana State. "It feels good to know that they can count on me when I'm up at the plate now.
8/11: Corona, Haag Make All-American Team
8/10: SCORECAST vs. Nevada Griffons
8/10: Newest Pictures - Page 15! - Beat Anchorage!
8/10: Tooth & Nail "If the Panners had lost to the Pilots, they would have been eliminated from the tournament. Instead, both teams will now play in the semifinals tonight with the Panners taking on the Nevada, Mo., Griffons at (7:30) p.m. ADT and the Pilots going up against the San Luis Obispo, Calif., Blues at (10 p.m.)"
8/10: Pilots Stumble Against Panners "Too crushed to even come out of the dugout for a postgame handshake with the Goldpanners, the Anchorage players and coaches waited for about 15 minutes as the All-Americans and other awards were announced."
8/10: It All Pans Out "We've been able to come back many times throughout the season, and we were so confident we'd be able to come back and get in the game," Robinson said."
8/10: Alaska's the hot spot for baseball in summer
8/10: Barry Bonds (83) Hits 600th Home Run!
8/9: SCORECAST  vs. Anchorage Glacier Pilots
8/9: Newest Pictures - Page 14! - The Final Push
8/9: Panners drop first in NBC series
8/9: David Bush (99 MVP) Promoted to the Blue Jays' high Class A Dunedin from short-season Auburn. Bush, who threw two hitless innings Thursday in his Dunedin debut, was 1-1, 2.82 with 10 saves, 39 strikeouts and seven walks in 22 innings for Auburn.
8/7: SCORECAST vs. Wichita Braves
8/7: Tim Montgomery - 2002 Alaska Goldpanners
8/7: Clay Johnson 2002 Alaska Goldpanners
8/7: Clay Johnson (02-03) Beats Texas Tech
8/7: Goldpanners leading field with .404 average (44-for-109) ; Corona 3rd overall .667 (8-for-12)
8/7: Newest Pictures - Page 13! - Simply the Best
8/7: Barry Bonds (83) Within One HR of 600
8/7: Panners Struggle But Win
8/6: Roger Lincoln (02) Baseball shutout by Lincoln ; No-hitter through 5 1/3 ; Second-team Atlantic-Sun ; six-hit shutout ; Picks up 10th win
8/6: Jason Lane (96-97 MVP) Recalled from AAA Buffalo to Houston!
8/6: Jason Lane (96-97 MVP) Named Offensive Player of the Month
8/6: Tim Montgomery (02) Two Home Runs in Win Over Prairie
8/5: SCORECAST vs. Prairie Gravel Illinois (NBC) (Scorecast flawed)
8/5: Newest Pictures - Page 12! - NBC Tournament
8/5: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) RB High Alum hitting up a storm in Alaska "If the Houston Astros don't sign Rancho Bernardo High alum Scott Robinson this summer, veteran baseball guru Don Dennis believes they are making a grave mistake."
8/4: SCORECAST vs. San Luis Obisbo (NBC) NOTE: Scott Robertson entered the game for the final batter in the 7th and finished the game
8/4: Chad Corona (02) 7-for-8 in Tournament
8/4: Panners sparkle like gold - Bob Eley "Mike Moat tossed a nifty four-hitter and his teammates pounded out 13 hits and took advantage of three Dallas Phillies errors en route to a resounding 10-0 victory in a game that was stopped in the bottom of the eighth inning on the tournament's travesty rule."
8/3: SCORECAST vs. Dallas Phillies (NBC)
8/2: Two New Picture Pages - Wood Bat Tournament (Note: To set any as Wallpaper, right click and choose "Set as Wallpaper" - Windows)
8/3: Rodland heads All-Alaska Team
8/3: Panners make Tourney final
8/1: Added IF Blake Gill and LHP Roger Lincoln to 2002 NBC Roster
8/1: 2002 All-Alaska Team - Sean Timmons - Starting Pitcher; Zak Basch - Relief Pitcher, Tony Perez, Scott Robinson - Outfielders, Ed Cheff - Coach of the Year

7/31: Goldpanners Beat AIA-AK 7-1 to go 5-0 in tourney.  Advance to championship at 6pm on Thursday.
7/31: The Bombers - Tyler, Mike, Tim and Chad - 4HR Game vs. Bucs
7/31: Panners, Fire light up tourney ; Homers capsize Bucs
7/30: SCORECAST vs. Anchorage Bucs (WBIT GAME FOUR)
7/30: Jim Dietz (1971-72-73-74-75-76-77-90-91-92-93) Elected to the NBC Hall of Fame! - Joins Seaver, Winfield, Monday, Boone, Nettles, Boucher, Bonds (All-Time List)
7/30: Good things seem to happen when Perez, Best are in action
7/30: Panners manufacture a victory After three days of competition, the Panners are 3-0, followed by the Miners at 3-1, AIA at 2-1, the Oilers and Pilots at 2-2, the Bucs at 1-3 and Omaha at 0-4.
7/29: SCORECAST vs. Mat-Su Miners (WBIT GAME THREE)
7/29: A long day at the park Goldpanners win two in the tourney
7/28: SCORECAST vs. Kenai Oilers  (WBIT GAME TWO)
7/28: SCORECAST vs. Omaha Zone (WBIT GAME ONE)
7/27: Panners fall in season finale  "Despite the stumble, the Panners finish in first place in the ABL with their record of 22-13.  The Anchorage Glacier Pilots beat Mat-Su 7-2 and locked up second place with their finishing mark of 21-13. Along with the Panners, the Pilots earned a berth in the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kan., where they will try to defend the championship that they won last year."
7/27: Pilots earn invitation to Wichita
7/27: Bucs defeat Goldpanners in 15 innings
7/26: SCORECAST - GAME SEVEN vs Anchorage Bucs
7/26: Goldpanners clinch ABL title
7/26: Panners clinch share of title
7/26: Newest Picture Page - Team Pictures II
7/26: NBC Schedule - First game - 10:00 pm on the 3rd vs. Dallas Phillies
7/25: PANNERS WIN 2-1 IN 14 INNINGS  WIN ABL TITLE!  Going to Wichita!
7/25: Newest Picture Page - Team Pictures
7/25: SCORECAST - GAME SIX vs Anchorage Bucs
7/25: Panners lead slips to half-game - DNM
7/24: SCORECAST - GAME SEVEN vs. Mat-Su Miners
7/23: Timmons triumphs
7/23: Bucs break it open Broken bat grand slam? By Doyle Woody
7/23: 2002 Wood Bat Invitational Tournament
7/22: SCORECAST - GAME SEVEN vs. Kenai Oilers
7/22: Newest Picture Page - Turn Back the Clock
7/22: Panners cycle into first  "This is the first time I've ever hit for the cycle," said Montgomery. "Usually stuff like that only happens for me in wiffle ball games. But to do it for the first time as a Panner feels great, it's exciting. The win raises the Panners' consecutive win streak at Growden to (7) and, more importantly, moves them into first place in the Alaska Baseball League. They stand at 20-11 in the ABL, 25-14 overall."
7/22: Weaver weaves complete game
7/22: Montgomery wards off Oilers
7/21: SCORECAST - GAME SIX vs. Kenai Oilers Goldpanners in First Place!
7/21: Newest Pictures Page - Kenai, Final Homestand
7/21: Panners within reach of first "With just six days left in the regular season, the Panners (23-14 overall and 19-11 ABL) closed in on the Pilots (23-14, 20-11) and maintained a two-game lead over the surging Anchorage Bucs (20-17, 18-14)."
7/21: Huddy beats Pilots
7/20: SCORECAST - GAME FIVE vs. Kenai Oilers
7/20: Chad Corona - 2002 Alaska Goldpanners
7/20: Panners sweep Miners Richard Larson "The Alaska Goldpanners looked like a fine-tuned machine Friday at Growden Memorial Park, completing a four-game sweep of the Mat-Su Miners with a 4-1 victory.  Chad Corona reached far over the fence to snare the ball, tumbling headfirst over the fence. Corona grabbed the chainlink with his bare hand and flipped himself over, keeping a hold of the ball as he landed on his feet after falling 6 feet to the cement floor of the dugout.  "
7/20: Pilots extends streak to seven (Panners at 5)
7/19: SCORECAST - GAME FIVE vs. Mat Su Miners
7/19: Panners turn up pressure on Miners  Richard Larson  "We're trying to get runs. I think we've left the most guys on base in the league and being aggressive is just another way to try to get them in," said catcher Best, who was 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored."
7/19: NBC Tournament Seeding Policy "The top four seeds represent the top four teams from the 2001 tournament, with one notable exception. Anchorage won the 2001 NBC World Series and would normally receive both an automatic berth and the No. 1 seed. However, due to Alaska Baseball League rules, the automatic berth and seed revert back to the league. Thus, the winner of the ABL in 2002 will automatically be the No. 1 seed in the 2002 NBC World Series.
7/18: SCORECAST - GAME FOUR vs. Mat Su Miners
7/18: Panners shine at Growden
7/18: J.P. Gagne (02) Most Recent Picture
7/17: SCORECAST - GAME FOUR vs. Mat Su Miners
7/17: Sean Timmons (94-98-99-00-01-02 MVP) Tallies homestand win
7/16: SCORECAST - GAME THREE vs. Mat Su Miners
7/16: New Statistical Reporting
7/15: Surging Panners outlast Oilers "The Alaska Goldpanners worked overtime Sunday to inch closer to first place in the Alaska Baseball League Standings."
7/15: Panners keep Oilers in check

7/14: SCORECAST - GAME FOUR vs. Kenai Oilers
7/14: Panners fail Gagne again "The Panners have yet to score a run while the Notre Dame standout has been on the mound and that was the case again Saturday night in Kenai when Alaska went down to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of the Peninsula Oilers. The Panners are now 0-4 in games that Gagne has started even though the right-hander has an earned run average of about 2.00."
7/13: SCORECAST - GAME THREE vs. Kenai Oilers
7/13: Panners bash their way to win
7/12: SCORECAST - GAME TWO vs. Kenai Oilers
7/12: New Picture Page!  Bingo Hilton & Anchorage
7/12: Panners fall flat on road
7/12: Aaron Heilman (98) Promoted to Triple-A Norfolk!
7/12: Bush (99), Johnson (00) ABCA All-American Honors
7/11: SCORECAST - GAME ONE vs. Kenai Oilers
7/11: Panners tied for second
7/11: 2002 - New Pictures
7/10: SCORECAST - GAME FIVE vs Anchorage Bucs
7/10: Panners sweep into first "The Fairbanks hecklers were in full force at Growden Tuesday night, clearly irritating the visitors from Anchorage. Managers Bob Miller and Kristopher Didion were both ejected for arguing pitch calls by the home plate umpire."
7/10: Bucs survive bungles
7/9: Fairbanks baseball rules The three heavyweights in the Alaska Baseball League took turns getting their swings in on each other during a pair of tension-filled games Monday night at Growden Memorial Park. When the dust cleared the Fire and the Pilots stood tied atop the ABL standings with the Panners lurking just a half-game back.
7/9: Panners nudge Pilots
7/8: SCORECAST - GAME SIX vs. Anchorage Glacier Pilots
7/8: Growden: Very Fairbanks
7/8: Panners closing in on first "It was a drag bunt that worked," Ryan said. "That was fun. I like these fans, they are super and there are some good hecklers in there, too."
7/8: Team USA Success: Jones (94)
7/7: SCORECAST - GAME FIVE vs. Anchorage Glacier Pilots
7/7: Newest Pictures!
7/7: Panners top Pilots
7/7: Mulcahy Stadium: Warts and all Matt Nevala "Mulcahy is named after Bill Mulcahy, an auditor for the Alaska Railroad who arrived in Anchorage in 1922 and later brought Little League to the area."
7/7: Seymour: Death to Long Ball Doyle Woody "While Seymour Park isn't homer friendly -- it is nonetheless much more attractive after $100,000 worth of work last fall included improvements all around the park."
7/6: SCORECAST - GAME FOUR vs. Anchorage Glacier Pilots
7/6: Midnight Sun Game - Pictures Page One
7/6: Marc Tugwell (01) Enjoys summer travels "And it hardly ever rained. We didn't have a rainout. But we did have a 'sunout.'"
7/6: Update on Robert Ramsay (94) - Baseball America
7/6: Chena growth and discharge - Big Rain!
7/6: Hermon Brothers: Perfect Ball Yard - Van Williams
7/5: Panners sweep the Fire "With AIA pitcher Robby Deevers on the hill, Cheff summoned pinch-hitter John Voita to lead off the top of the eighth.  "I was in the bullpen, and he told me I was going to lead off," said Voita. "I got warmed up as fast as I could."  Voita blasted a home run over the left-field wall to provide the winning margin for the Panners.  "I had no idea what to expect from the pitcher; I hadn't seen him before," said Voita. "I was looking for a good pitch to hit and I got it."
7/4: Matt Curtis (94-95) Named Fresno State assistant coach!
7/4: Matt Curtis (94-95) Bulldog Page
7/4: Bucs beat Pilots 1-0 in 10 innings
7/4: New Pictures!
7/3: Panners, AIA opener postponed "Arndt said that there is a great deal of respect between these clubs, and if there is a cross-town rivalry, it is based more upon the intensity of the competitions rather than any animosity. "Our team respects the Goldpanners and what they stand for a great deal," he said. "You start with Don Dennis and their organization is outstanding from top to bottom. "Then you've got Cheff (Panners manager Ed Cheff); he's a legend in his own right"
7/3: San Francisco Giants purchased the contract of OF Tom Goodwin (87) from Triple-A Fresno.
7/3: Gero Von Dehn, The G-MAN (01-02)
7/3: Tim Estesen, The Field Guy (99-00-01-02)
7/2: Panners split double-header - Ryan Schroyer
7/2: Watch Yankees-Twins (Giambi grand slam)
7/2: Added Inside Boxing to The G-MAN

6/30: SCORECAST - GAME THREE vs Anchorage Bucs
6/30: SCORECAST - GAME FOUR vs Anchorage Bucs
6/30: Panners save Best for last
6/29: SCORECAST - GAME TWO vs Anchorage Bucs
6/29: Sean Timmons (94-98-99-00-01-02 MVP) Just what Cheff ordered
6/29: Dave Winfield (71-72 MVP) Visits Negro League Museum
6/29: Bret Boone (88) Homer a good omen for M's
6/29: Dan Rich (99) Signed free agent contract with the Indians. He has been assigned to Short Season Single-A Mahoning Valley Scrappers of the New York-Penn League. Rich saved his best collegiate season for his senior year when he developed into Stanford's top reliever, finishing the campaign with a 2-2 record, a team-low 2.45 ERA and six saves, including a perfect four-for-four in postseason save opportunities. Rich finished his career with a 5-5 record and a 3.78 ERA with 73 strikeouts in 64.1 innings pitched. His 10.21 strikeouts per nine innings career mark ranks third all-time at Stanford.
6/28: SCORECAST vs Anchorage Bucs
6/28: New Pictures
6/28: Panners Seymour Runs "He threw strikes and he threw low strikes," Pilots manager Bob Miller said. "And that's the first time we've had a look at that sidearm, submarine-type (pitching) angle."
6/27: SCORECAST - GAME THREE vs. Anchorage Glacier Pilots
6/27: Panners, Pilots hurlers locked in
6/27: Barry Bonds (83) and Jeff Kent mum on dugout flap
6/26: SCORECAST - GAME TWO vs. Anchorage Glacier Pilots
6/26: New Pictures on Team Page
6/25: SCORECAST - GAME ONE vs. Anchorage Glacier Pilots
6/25: Goldpanners exact revenge
6/24: AIA Pitchers Standing Tall
6/23: AIA Burns and Dons Smash Panners
6/23: Tragic Deaths - Danny Frisella (65)
6/22: SCORECAST 6/21 vs UKIAH, CALIFORNIA DONS (complete)
6/22: Midnight sun doesn't fail to make a showing - Richard Larson "Phil Blackwell, a pitcher on the Panners 1962-65 teams, threw out the first pitch, exactly 40 years after being the starting pitcher in the 1962 Midnight Sun Game... these guys have beautiful uniforms, while we had nice baggy ones. But the game was the same. We had 3 or 4,000 fans back then, too, and they were every bit as raucous as they are right now," Blackwell said as a roar came from the group of 80 thundering students from Marshall, Mich., packed into the far left-field stands.
6/22: A Boyhood Dream Comes True for Sean Timmons "the Alaska Goldpanners defeated the Ukiah Victory Dons 2-1 on a game-winning RBI single from Chad Corona in the bottom of the ninth inning. "I'm going to Alaskaland, baby!" joked Corona with his teammates during a jubilant celebration in front of the Panners' bench after Ryan Haag crossed the dish for the winning run.|
6/22: Bill "Spaceman" Lee (66-67) Chats with Todd MacFarlane (bottom of first page)
6/22: Tom Goodwin (87) Cleared waivers and accepted his assignment to Fresno of the Pacific Coast League (AAA)
6/21: Panners down Dons in Tuneup "We're starting to come together as a team," said right fielder Scott Robinson. "We're definitely working together well and we're doing the things we need to do to win games." Robinson went 2-for-3 from the plate and collected three RBIs in the contest. He also had a stolen base."
6/21: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) Assigned to New Jersey Cardinals; wins first two
6/21: Dave Jensen (99) Assigned to Spokane Indians
6/21: Marc Ronan (88-89) Hitting coach for Tri-City
6/21: Chris Dunwell (00-01) Assigned to Vancouver Canadians
6/21: Minor League Baseball Broadcasts
6/20: Jason Lane (96-97 MVP) 2002 Major League Baseball Debut
6/20: Archived PannerVision Order Form VHS or DVD!
6/19: 2002 UKIAH, CALIFORNIA DONS - Midnight Sun Series!
6/19: Panners lose to waves
6/18: SCORECAST 6/18 - GAME FOUR vs. Oceanside Waves
6/18: Sparkling day on the diamond - Bob Eley
6/18: J.P. Gagne (02) Goes for saves rather than body slams
6/17: SCORECAST 6/17 - GAME THREE vs. Oceanside Waves
6/17: J.P. Gagne (02) Picks up win in Omaha..Fansonly
6/17: Panners put on display  - Richard Larson "Shortstop Grant Rogers and right fielder Scott Robinson each went 3-for-5 in the contest to lead the Goldpanner offensive onslaught. Robinson doubled, scored twice and drove in a pair of runs.  Third baseman Brandon Averill and designated hitter/pitcher Marc Kaiser each had two hits and drove in four runs. Averill connected for a two-run homer to cap the Panners' five-run eighth inning."
6/16: SCORECAST 6/16 - GAME TWO vs. Oceanside Waves
6/16: Waves beat Panners "This is a good fielding team and a good hitting team, and once we get everybody here it will be a strong pitching team, too," Timmons said. "I think it is good to get this out of the way now and hopefully this will help us get better for the league season. We still want to win, but you would rather lose now than in league." With new players arriving daily and only a couple of returning players from last season, Timmons said he was comfortable on the field, but still getting to know everybody in the dugout. "It's not really difficult (playing). My job is just to go out there and throw strikes," Timmons said. "Learning the guys' names is the hardest part. My first baseman and shortstop I get confused."
6/16: Jerrod Riggan (94) Recalled by the Indians from AAA Buffalo.
6/15: Scorecast vs. Waves - 6/15
6/15: Panners solve All-Star puzzle - Richard Larson "Chad Redfern came in to pitch the seventh inning.  "I haven't pitched in a game since I was about 10 years old," said Redfern, who normally roams the outfield for the Panners. "I had a couple of big league scouts that were interested in me throwing so I was hoping to use this summer to maybe develop my pitching. I was around the zone, I didn't have any balls hit the backstop, so I was pretty happy."
6/15: Pilots 4-hit Waves in 1-0 win
6/15: J.P. Gagne (02) Notre Dame vs. Stanford
6/14: Scorecast vs. Fairbanks All-Stars - 6/14
6/14: Goldpanners return to town for home opener - Richard Larson "I think it will be a fun time this summer," Corona said. "It's a bit of a climate change for me. I usually spend most of my time surfing. I had a brother up here two years ago and he did some fishing and told me it was really good up here. I haven't fished in about six years, but I'm looking forward to it."
6/13: AIA Still Hot; Panners lose first - Richard Larson
6/12: Scorecast vs. Mat Su Miners - 6/12
6/12: Goldpanners Win Opener - Richard Larson "Mike Moat made an impressive debut for the Alaska Goldpanners, pitching one-hit ball over eight innings as the Panners opened their season with a solid 5-0 win over the Mat-Su Miners in Palmer on Tuesday. Haag was 2 for 4 with a run scored, Jennings was 2 for 3 with a run scored, and Montgomery was 1 for 3 with a run scored and two RBIs to lead the Panners at the plate."
6/12: Miners Can't Cross Moat
6/12: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Named to ALL CIF 1st TEAM and 1st Team ALL NORTH COUNTY Named OUTSTANDING PLAYER at RB High this past Friday night at the RB Baseball Banquet.  He tied hit (56) and rbi (50) record and for season and set rbi single game record (7).  Ended up with 14 HR, 13 2B, .434 avg.
6/12: Foresters cut down AIA-AK - Bob Ely
6/12: Bigley Jumps In for Pilots - ADN
6/12: Draft Signings - Ring, 1.6 Million
6/11: Scorecast vs. Mat Su Miners - GAME 1
6/11: 2002 Alaska Goldpanners
6/11: Video and Scorecast vs. Mat Su Miners - 6/11/02
6/9: 2002 Panner Preview
6/8: Barry Bonds (83) Hits 588 - A tape measure shot in Ruth's house
6/8: Royce Ring (00) Signs contract with White Sox
6/8: Royce Ring (00) White Sox take lefty relief specialist
6/6: Added Collin Perschon, Marc Kaiser to 2002  ROSTER
6/6: Panners hope Cheff can cook up some victories Richard Larson "I enjoyed it there. I had a lot of fun and my wife likes Alaska in the summer. We both enjoyed our time up there," said Cheff.. "I have a lot of respect for (Panners GM) Don Dennis. He is one of the all-time great guys in amateur baseball. He is one of the guys.. that I have tremendous respect for, and is the main reason I am coming there."
6/5: Majors stock up on local talent - NC Times
6/5: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) 22nd Round - 672nd Overall; St. Louis
6/5: Eric Keefner (01) 22nd Round - 660st Overall; Chicago (AL)
6/5: Pete Montrenes (99) 22nd Round - 651st Overall; Colorado
6/5: Chris Dunwell (00-01) 15th Round - 458 Overall; Oakland
6/5: Jay Knowlton (02) 24th Round - 727th Overall; Giants
6/4: Royce Ring (00) First Round! 18th Overall; Chicago (AL)
6/4: David Bush (99 MVP) Round Two - 55th Overall; Toronto
6/4: David Jensen (99) Round Three - 78th Overall; Kansas City
6/4: Dan Rohrmeier (86) Traded to Brockton from Fargo-Moorhead
6/4: MLB Draft Order - Round One
6/3: Royce Ring (00) Rolls-Royce has first round chance
6/2: Barry Bonds (83) 586 Ties Robinson at Fourth Place All-Time HR
6/2: Bret Boone (88) Grand Slam, 5 Runs
6/2: Chris Wright (99) finished his career first at Long Beach State in career hits (260) and at-bats (829), tied for first in games played (228), second in starts (200), third in doubles (47) and triples (10) and tied for third in RBIs (133).
6/1: Brett Garrard (02) Makes All-South Bend Regional team

5/28: Tony Perez (01 MVP-02) Drove in the winning run and picked up the win; Toreros first WCC win
5/28: Marc Tugwell (01) Named to All-Big East Team
5/28: David Jensen (99) Named Co-Player of the MWC Conference
5/28: In the Dugout with Brett Garrard (02)
5/28: Brent Mayne (86) Activated from Kansas City Royals disabled list
Dan Plesac (81) Acquired from Toronto by Philadelphia Phillies for RHP Cliff Politte
5/27: Added Kevin Welch (RHP); Tyler Best (C); Jay Knowlton (SS); Grant Rogers (SS) to 2002  ROSTER
5/27: David Bush (99 MVP) Ryan Johnson (00Named to All-ACC Team
5/27: David Bush (99 MVP) Named Smith Award Finalist
5/27: Ryan Johnson (00) Four hits and five RBIs
5/27: Ryan Johnson (00) Leads with steady mentality and fierce competitiveness
5/26: MLB Draft Coverage
5/25: Barry Bonds (83) Passes McGwire for 5th place all-time HR
5/24: Royce Ring (00), Chris Dunwell (00-01) Named to All Mountain West Conference Team
5/24: J.P. Gagne (02) Wins 7th of year, in Big East Tourney
5/21: Jim Dietz (1971-72-73-74-75-76-77-90-91-92-93) For 31 Years, San Diego State Carried His Stamp - "a winner who's been criticized for not winning enough"
5/21: Alaska Goldpanners 1983 Pre-Season Roster - Pitching Staff: Clemens, Capel, Schiraldi, Magrane, Arnsberg, Aguilera
5/21: Barry Bonds (83) Everything goes through Arizona
5/21: Roger Clemens (83R) Hall of Fame Ticket Secure
5/21: Jason Giambi (90) Interviewed by some kid
5/20: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Leads RB to win in Blalock's 549th win
5/20: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) Picks up 11th win, Big West title
5/20: Royce Ring (00) Picks up nation-leading 16th save, adds to single-season record
5/20: David Bush (99 MVP) Conference-leading 13th save of the year
5/20: Dave Jensen (99) Named Academic All-District
5/19: Added Brett Garrard (02) to 2002  ROSTER
5/19: Barry Bonds (83) 518 Career Homers, Two Behind Mac ; 500 Homer List
5/19: Darrell May (91) Activated from Kansas City 15-day disabled list.
5/18: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Sixth save of the year for ASU
5/18: Scott Robertson (02) Reliever wins first game of season
5/18: Jason Giambi (90) Game-winning grand slam
5/17: Barry Bonds (83) Arthritis in right wrist
5/17: Dan Plesac (81) Blue Jays reliever likes Derby also-ran to win Preakness
5/16: Jason Lane  (96-97 MVP) Optioned to Triple-A New Orleans
5/15: Tony Perez (01 MVP-02)  2-Time Player of the Week
5/15: Paul Lockhart (97-98 MVP) SDSU's Steady Slugger
5/15: Added to Outside Links
5/13: David Bush (99 MVP) Picks up eleventh save of season
5/13: Jim Dietz SDSU clinches title with Gwynn's homer
5/12: Schroyer Contributes to ASU win over Cardinal
5/12: Jason Lane - Houston Astros Page
5/11: 27 Goldpanners - 4 roster signees make Allan Simpson's "Fab Fives" list, recounting best of MLB drafts (subscription) 1965 - Rick Monday, Graig Nettles; 1966 - Tom Seaver; 1968 - Pete Broberg, Bill Lee; 1969 - Bob Boone; 1970 - Steve Dunning, Dave Kingman; 1972 - Dave Roberts; 1973 - David Clyde (73R), Dave Winfield, Eddie Bane, Jim Sundberg; 1974 - Jim Umbarger; 1976 - Floyd Bannister, Pete Redfern, Steve Kemp; 1979 - Tim Leary, Tim Wallach; 1980 - Darryl Strawberry (80R), Greg Harris, Terry Francona; 1981 - Joe Carter (80R); 1983 - Roger Clemens (83R); 1984 - Oddibe McDowell; 1985 - Barry Bonds; 1986 - Mike Harkey; 1991 - Mike Kelly; 1992 - Jason Giambi; 1995 - Jose Cruz Jr.; 1996 - Travis Lee; Allan Simpson was three-year Panner personnel
5/11: Jonah Martin (99-00) Signed By Souix City Explorers in Northern League
5/11: David Bush (99 MVP) Named Semifinalist for Dick Howser Award
5/11: David Bush (99 MVP) Earns Academic All-District Honors - All-American Closer Recognized for Excellence in the Classroom
5/11: Rick Vanderhook (86) Cal State Fullerton Coach
5/10: Jason Lane (96-97 MVP) 0-for-1 in MLB debut; Astros lose
5/10: Jason Lane (96-97 MVP) Recalled from Triple-A New Orleans!  GP2MLB179 "Jason Lane was, as he put it, "all smiles" when he arrived at Veterans Stadium after a 5 1/2 hour flight from Fresno an hour before gametime on Thursday. According to Lane, Triple-A manager Chris Maloney pulled him from the Zephyrs game against Fresno in the sixth inning, much to Lane's surprise. "He said 'You're out of the game,'" Lane recalled. "I was kind of surprised. I said 'Why?' He said, 'You're going to the big leagues tomorrow.'"
5/9: Added Brandon Averill to 2002 Roster
5/9: Added Clay Johnson to 2002 Roster
5/9: Clay Johnson (02Complete game to beat UCLA, 9-5; 1BB,8SO
5/9: Ryan Garko (00) 2-for-3, 2HR, 2BI, 4R
5/9: Board of Directors - Meeting Thursday the 16th at noon (El Sombrero)
5/7: Kansas City Royals Placed catcher Brent Mayne (86) on the 15-day DL -- retroactive to April 30 -- with back spasms.
5/7: San Francisco Giants Placed OF Shawon Dunston on the 15-day disabled list (retroactive to May 6) with a strained left rib cage; purchased the contract of OF Tom Goodwin (87) from Triple-A Fresno.
5/5: Bret Boone (88) defensive gem robs sure hit from Jason Giambi (90) - REAL: 56K | 300K
5/5: Bret Boone (88) Goes yard twice - REAL: 56K
5/4: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) 9-2 ace beats Pacific twice "Less than 24 hours after earning a win by pitching the ninth and tenth inning of Northridge's 1-0 win over Pacific on Friday, Davidson earned his second win of the series with two and two thirds innings of scoreless relief as Northridge"
5/4: Ryan Haag (02) 2-for-3 with 2B, BB; Davidson wins 8th
5/4: Added Mike Hofius (02) and Todd Jennings (02) to 2002  ROSTER
5/4: Mike Hofius (02) 1-for-4, 2RBI in Beach win
5/3: Chris Wright (99) All-time LBSU Hit Leader with 246!
5/3: David Bush (99 MVP) To be on FoxSports ACC Live on Monday
5/2: Travis Lee (93-94) Heats up after return to natural swing
5/2: Pat Meares (89) Pittsburgh transferred him from the 15-day to the 60-day disabled list.
5/1: Chris Wright (99) Tied Chuck Lopez's LBSU career-record for hits with 245
5/1: John Purdom (01) 5-for-9 in double dip ; 3-run HR
5/1: Royce Ring (00) Collects nation leading 15th save; Gwynn 3-for-4
5/1: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Throws three innings of hitless relief
5/1: Tony Perez (01 MVP-02) Picks up save as USD Baseball Beats Gonzaga, 3-2
5/1: SO RHP Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) improved his record to 4-1 over the weekend with his third win out of the bullpen. The right-hander boasts an 0.83 ERA with 32 strikeouts in 21.2 innings in relief. He ranks second in Pac-10 games with a 0.60 ERA and perfect 3-0 record more..

4/30: Goldpanners Celebrate 30th Anniversary of Championship Run
4/28: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) RB#10 - 'The Kid' has combined to hit 32 home runs in 21 games
4/28: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) 7 Wins, 2 Losses on season - Ryan Haag (02) triples in 10th
4/28: David Bush (99 MVP) 10th Save in win over #1 Tigers
4/28: David Bush (99 MVP) Needs 10 appearances and seven saves to become the ACC's career leader in both categories
4/28: Added Hart High School to Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP); Crespi Carmelite High School to Barry Matthews (00)
4/26: Added Jim and Bob's Site, Baseball Primer, Baseball Almanac to Outside Links
4/26: Added Skilton's California Prep to Scott Robinson (01-02)
4/25: David Bush (99 MVP) ESPN Chat Wrap
4/25: Marc Tugwell (01) Hit Grand Slam in Tech 35-4 desolation of Georgetown
4/24: Jim Dietz (70- 71 -72-73-74- 75-76-77-90-91-92-93) To be honored this week in final homestand
4/24: Jerrod Riggan (93) Optioned from Cleveland to Buffalo (C-AAA)
4/23: Jason Giambi (90Finds old haunts to his liking
4/21: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) In 21.2IP, 3-0 with a 0.83 ERA and 32 strikeouts
4/20: Royce Ring (00) Leads nation with 14 saves Adds another save to the SDSU single-season record!
4/20: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) Wins 6th, Voita contributes again
4/19: Ryan Haag (02) Hits homer, Voita contributes in Matador win
4/17: Jason Giambi (90Blasts HR, gets Yankee Stadium curtain call
4/17: Where have you gone, Ken Phelps (74)?
4/16: J.P. GAGNE - 2002 GOLDPANNERS 
4/16: J.P. Gagne (02) Named BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week
4/15: FOUND! Todd Takayoshi (89) Manager, Cedar Rapids (Anaheim C-A)
4/15: Ryan Garko (00), Van Zandt (00) Guide Stanford to win over USC; 3-run blast
4/15: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Wins in relief: 4 innings, 5 strikeouts, now 3-1
4/14: Chris Dunwell (00-01) Goes seven, Ks eight; 6-3 overall
4/14: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) First complete game of the season; now 5-2
4/13: Darrell May (91) Activated from Kansas City 15-day disabled list.
4/13: Royce Ring (00) Chat Transcript at SDSU
4/12: Jim Willis - 1974 Goldpanners MVP
4/12: Jay McDowell - 1972 Goldpanners
4/12: Barry Bonds (83) 70th Bomb Ball Nets $52,500
4/12: Joins group 
4/11: Dennis Cook (83) Activated from Anaheim 15-day disabled list
4/11: J.P. Gagne (02) Wins relieves, wins third (3-3)
4/9: Marc Tugwell (01) Enjoys Summer Baseball Travels
4/9: Mike Weathers (86-87-88) Wins 300th Game at LBSU
4/8: Marc Tugwell (01) Wins BigEast Player of Week (.609)
4/8: Ryan Haag (02) Earns Big West Conference Player of Week (.643)
4/8: David Bush (99 MVP) Ryan Johnson (00) Bush wins fourth, RJ good wood WFU ranked 5th
4/8: Barry Bonds (83) Named NL Player of the Week
4/6: Chris Dunwell (00-01)  Royce Ring (00) Dunny wins 5th; Ring saves 10th, Gwynn reaches third via bunt, steal, WP
4/6: Barry Bonds (83) 5th HR (fastest ever) wins it in 10th inning
4/4: Barry Bonds (83) Scaling new heights: 4HR in 2G - "he is just 16 stolen bases shy of becoming the game's only player to hit 500 home runs and steal 500 bases."
4/3: Added 2002 Growden Park Duty Schedule
4/2: Barry Bonds (83) Hits two out in season opener
4/2: Marc Tugwell (015-for-5 in big win
4/1: Todd Leathers  (01 MVP) Leading Winthrop with .340 BA, 5HR, 14RBI
4/1: Pat Meares (89) on the 15-day disabled list with an injured left hand
4/1: Jose Cruz Jr (93) Massive game to be broadcast on ESPN Classic, Wednesday, 9 ET
4/1: Added FoxGames, NickJrGames, LegoGames to Outside Links
4/1: David Bush (99 MVP) Wins third of season (has 6 saves)
4/1: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) 21 KO, 0.82 ERA in 11.0 IP out of the bullpen

3/31: Ryan Johnson (00) Hits grand slam in Wake loss
3/31: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) Improves to 4 wins, 2 losses in win over Gauchos
3/31: Travis Soppe (01) Picks up first win vs. Bradley
3/31: Chad Corona (02) Three hits, 2RBI Homer (scores Gwynn)
3/30: David Bush (99 MVP) Earns sixth save of season
3/30: Jordan Olsen (99) Picks up first save in Trojan win
3/28: Added Alaska Baseball League Gateway
3/28: 2002 Anchorage Bucs Roster
3/28: 2002 Anchorage Glacier Pilots Roster
3/28: 2002 Kenai Peninsula Oilers Roster
3/27: Chris Dunwell (00-01)  Royce Ring (00) Dunny 8.1IN, 6ER, 7SO; Ring (00) 1.2 for 9th save
3/27: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Has 17SO, 3S, in 9IP out of bullpen 3/24: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) Wins third (3-2) on 4 Hits in 8IP
3/23:  J.P. Gagne (02) Suffers hard-luck loss in 11th after 2.1 Scoreless
3/21: Chris Dunwell (00-01Named MWC Player of the Week
3/20: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Seventh homer in seven games for 'the kid'
3/19: Chris Dunwell (00-01) Royce Ring (00) Dunny goes eight, Ring strikes out the side in 9th
3/19: David Jensen (99) Beat UNLV with 3 doubles, homer
3/18: Travis Soppe (01) Makes first appearance of season
3/18: J.P. Gagne (02) Two runs over six innings
3/15: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) Grand slam; 6 RBI
3/15: Bob Boone (66-67-68 MVP) On prospect Danny Graves
3/13: Todd Belitz (96) Optioned to Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League (AAA)
3/12: Jason Lane (96-97 MVP) Waiting his turn to shine
3/11: David Bush (99 MVP) Pitches shutout inning for third save
3/11: Marc Tugwell (01) 3R-HR Lifts Tech to victory over UNC-C
3/11: Chris Dunwell (00-01) Beats UC-Irvine ; Corona, Gwynn
3/11: Royce Ring (00) Records seventh save of season
3/10: Vance Law (77) Q&A with Vance Law
3/6: Where have you gone, Scott Sanderson?
3/6: Draft in the Family: Crosby, Kuhaulua, Kennedy, Roberts
3/6: Updated Winthrop Stats to Todd Leathers (01 MVP
3/5: Marc Tugwell (01) Homers in V. Tech win
3/5: Andy Davidson (00-01 MVP) Beats UNLV with six strikeouts, 8IP; Makes All-Conference Team
3/4: Jim Dietz (70-77;90-93) Nabs 1,200 career victory in victory over S. Utah
3/4: Tim Montgomery (02) Hits the game winner for UH
3/4: Jason Giambi (90) Makes instant impact with 2HR ; On the mend
3/3: Redfern, Ring saves fourth in SDSU victory
3/3: Barry Bonds (83) Player Page @ Baseball Page

2/11: Chad Corona (02) Named MWC Player of the Week
2/11: Chad Corona (02) Homers twice in first game against Hilo
2/11: USD perfect 9-0 on season (new site) - Perez .375 avg, 3 saves pitching in 7.1 scoreless innings
2/10: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Strikes out 8 in 5.2 innings to beat UT
2/9: Ryan Garko (00) Three-run homer in the fifth beats FSU (team's leading hitter - .526)
2/8: Chris Dunwell (00-01) Masterful in epic loss to UA (loses on 122nd pitch)
2/6: Added Don Sneddon (80) to Coaching Staff
2/6: Added Lowell Purcell to Personnel
2/6: Added Youngbauer, Jensen to 1999 Goldpanners
2/6: Added Vance Law (77) to Collegians
2/5: FANSOnly Broadcast Section | Yahoo Broadcast Daily
2/5: Major League Baseball planning to broadcast online in 2002 - PANNERVISION
2/4: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Named National Pitcher of the Week
2/4: Chad Redfern (00-02) Hits first 2002 homer, Gwynn (02R) two hits
2/4: Ryan Garko (00) 4-for-4, 2B, HR, 2RBI night ties career high
2/3: Dave Kingman (68-69) The Attic of Baseball @
2/2: Ryan Garko (00) 2-for-4 ; 2B RBI in Win
2/2: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) 11 Strikeouts ; 3-Hitter ; West (02R) sizzles
2/1: Royce Ring (00) Strikes out side in 9th inning
2/1: Robert Ramsay (94) Will miss spring camp, full recovery chances "excellent" ; MLB Story

1/30: Jason Giambi (90) Wins Negro Leagues Baseball Museum MVP Award
1/30: Robert Ramsay (94) Statement from Robert Ramsay Family
1/30: Jose Cruz, Jr. (93) ESPN Chat Wrap | Career Bio
1/28: Refurbished all links in Outside Newspapers
1/28: Tim Montgomery (02) 2-for-3, HR, 2 Runs
1/28: Barry Bonds (83) Honored at NYC Dinner
1/26: Added Montgomery, Gagne, Moat,  Viota, Corona to Collegians
1/26: San Francisco released LHP Paul Ah Yat (96-97)
1/26: Robert Ramsay (94) Racquetball sized tumor found
1/26: David Jensen (99) 10-game hitting streak ; Solo HR
1/25: College's Opening Weekend! See Collegians
1/25: Added David Jensen (99) to Collegians - "BYU welcomes the return of 6-foot-3, 210-pound 1B Dave Jensen, who hit .368-6-35 in 1999 as a freshman for the Cougars and was on a Morman mission to Uruguay the last two years. Despite not playing for two years, Jensen was drafted in the 17th round by the Indians last June"
1/24: Robert Ramsay (94) Recovering after surgery, not known if cancerous (Had racquetball sized tumor)
1/23: Mike Young (96) You should know him!
1/23: F.P. Santangelo (88) Yankees Spring Non-roster Invitee
1/22: Robert Ramsay (94) Will Undergo Brain Surgery for Tumor
1/22: Added Mountain West Conference to Outside Links
1/20: Chris Dunwell (00-01) Beats Aussies in Melbourne
1/20: Chris Dunwell (00-01) Pitches 4.1 innings against Queensland
1/20: Dave Snow (78-79-82) To Be Honored by CSLB
1/19: Barry Bonds (83) Carries Olympic Flame
1/19: Bobby Crosby (99) 'solid package of all-around skills'
1/18: Travis Lee (93-94) Substantial raise in new Phils contract
1/17: Bret Boone (88) Last year it just clicked.  This is where I want to be
1/17: Chris Donnels (86) Non-roster invitee to Arizona spring camp!
1/16: Bret Boone (88) Signs 3-year, $25 mil deal with Seattle
1/15: Barry Bonds (83) Cashes in with 5-year, $90 million deal
1/15: New Bonds Article Archive
1/14: 1968 Final, Official Statistics
1/14: Bill Seinsoth (66-67-68), Bob Boone (66-67-68), and Red Boucher (1960-1969)
1/14: Alvin Strane (67-68), Albert Strane (67-68) - at Panner Family home
1/14: Marc Tugwell Scores Winning Run! - Wendel Dickason
1/12: Robert (Bob) Hardin - Board of Directors
1/11: Marc Ronan (88-89) Named Astros Tri-City Coach
1/11: Joe Szekely (81) will return for second season with Burlington Bees
1/11: Jim Rushford (94) Q&A with Brewers Farmhand
1/10: Tony Zuniga (95) Non-roster invitee to Arizona spring camp!
1/10: Keith Lockhart (85) Non-roster Invitee to Braves Camp
1/10: Keith Lockhart (85) Signs Minor League Contract
1/4: Royce Ring (00) SDSU's "Wild Thing"
1/4: Royce Ring (00) TEAM USA Page
1/4: 2001 CWS - Horton (82), VanZandt (99-00), Garko (00), Guzman (99)
1/4: Greg Dobbs (00) NWL Player of the Week
1/4: Barry Bonds (83) USAToday's Player of the Year

2001 Site Updates
2000 Site Updates


Scott Robnson
Jim Lavrakas ADN



Tony Perez (01-02)
Player of the Week

J.P. Gagne (02)
April 22, 02

Marc Tugwell (01)

Ryan Haag (02)

Chris Dunwell (00-01)
Named MWC Player of the Week

Chad Corona (02)
MWC Player of Week

David Bush (99 MVP) Earns Academic All-District Honors | Named Semifinalist for Dick Howser Award

Jason Lane (96-97)
Houston Astros

SUNNY DAY--Alaska Goldpanners baserunner Chad Corona slides safely by Athletes in Action catcher Eddie Campbell as he waits for the throw in the top of the fourth inning of the Panners' 7-0 victory Monday night at Growden Memorial Park. Corona scored on a sacrifice fly by teammate Todd Jennings.

Jim Dietz (1971-72-73-74-75-76-77-90-91-92-93) Elected to the NBC Hall of Fame! - Joins Seaver, Winfield, Monday, Boone, Nettles, Boucher, Bonds (All-Time List)
For 31 Years, San Diego State Carried His Stamp

BYU Coach Vance Law (77) also made a special presentation in behalf of all of the MWC coaches to out-going SDSU Coach Jim Dietz.

“Coach Dietz has had a great impact on many coaches and players,” said Law in presenting the plaque. “I had the opportunity to play for him one summer in Alaska. We appreciate Jim for was he has done for the college game.”


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Dave Snow  (78-79-82
No. 18 jersey is retired. From left to right behind Snow, John Gonsalves, Bob Wuesthoff, John McConnell, Mike Weathers (86-87-88) and Dick Clegg. (photo by Matt Brown)

 Houston News Conference
Jimy Williams is named the new manager of the Houston Astros.