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2002-03 ABL SEASON

2003 Roster | Newest Pictures

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
11/20/3: Steve Schaad steps down as GM of NBC and Wranglers - NBC
11/19/3: DiEduardo and Baxter out in Kenai - Peninsula Oilers
11/16/3: Fairbanks, Alaska photo album
11/15/3: Miners' GM President of the ABL - Frontiersman "Joining Christopher on the staff for the 2004 season is Alaska Goldpanners general manager Don Daniels" (vice president/secretary)." - Mat-Su Miners, Don Daniels
10/1: McCaslin Sets Mark in Alaska League "At first I was wondering 'Man, do I really want to do this? I am going to go there and just rocked and get hit all over the place.' But it turned out really good," McCaslin said."
9/1: Culpepper and Timmons Named MVPs
8/23: Bucs hire new manager: Matt Priess - "Priess, who advanced as high as Class AA in the San Francisco Giants organization, is an engineer and is working on a master's degree in kinesiology. But Friday was his last day at his engineering job -- he begins work Monday as an assistant coach at the University of California."
8/22: Taipei thankful to set NBC first "Basically, we had to fight out butts off to make it this far," Foresters third baseman Kevin Frandsen said. "It's been that kind of tournament. The teams that showed the most character stayed around, I think."
8/17: Chinese Taipei gives foreign substance to NBC World Series "Chinese Taipei became the first foreign team in the 69-year history of the World Series to win the championship with a 5-0 win over the Santa Barbara" | TAIPEI'S TITLE | Chinese Taipei shuts out Santa Barbara for NBC tournament title
8/16: Chinese Taipei - First International team to ever win NBC title (Fairbanks edges Chinese Taipei)
8/14: Final, Official 2003 Statistics
8/14: Heat upsets Goldpanners in 15 innings - "A pair of hit batters to open the first inning led to two Havasu runs. An error in the bottom of the fifth gave Fairbanks a run. The Goldpanners tied the game on a bases-loaded double play ball in the sixth."
8/13: Panners, AIA fall out of Series "By DANNY MARTIN, Staff Writer. There will be no repeat championship for the Alaska Goldpanners in the National Baseball Congress World Series."
8/13: Panners, AIA down to the wire "The Alaska Goldpanners and Athletes in Action may want to contact each other for advice on today's early morning elimination games at the National Baseball Congress"
8/11: Panners, AIA in NBC loser's bracket
8/11: Panners fall to Heat in 15 innings
8/9: Baseball around the clock - Richard Larson "The Panners' most famous roster addition for the World Series came in 1983 when they added Barry Bonds to the lineup. Bonds joined an outfield that already featured Oddibe McDowell and Shane Mack. Bonds batted .222 in six World Series games with the Panners as the team went 4-2 and came up shy of the title. Bonds had a double, walked three times, scored two runs, drove in two runs and stole four bases in five attempts."
8/9: AIA advances in tourney "The win enabled Athletes in Action to join the Alaska Goldpanners as one of the eight remaining teams who will remain unbeaten after today's action in the 44th annual.."
8/8: Panners move forward Fairbanks team first to advance "With a large contingent of the crowd yelling for the Panners countered by Taipei fans cheering loudly in Chinese, Thursday's high-energy contest was a nail-biter down to the final out."
8/8: Fairbanks edges Chinese Taipei "It was huge," Blasi said. "The first pitch was a fastball. I sat on it. Then he came in with sliders. I had to scoot up and scoot in. I didn't like it, but he went slider, slider, slider. He finally hung one. This had a big championship feel to it. This team is one of the best, if not the best, on our side of the bracket. We figured we have to beat them sometime to move on."
8/8: Panners win battle of unbeaten teams "WICHITA, Kan. -- Top-seeded Fairbanks (32-16) became the first team to advance to the NBC's winner's bracket quarterfinals. It will play either Havasu (Ariz.) or Pueblo (Colo.) at 4:30 p.m. (ADT) Sunday.."
8/6: 07-31-03 Plane-crash - High Quality 209Kbps File (2.9 Mb)
8/6: Fairbanks claims key win "There was no particular pitch working," Timmons said. "My location was pretty good tonight. Getting the lead early was nice. These guys have been doing that for me all year. There wasn't really a lot of pressure. We've got five returning guys from last year. We're just going to play our game."
8/6: Title defense begins "Alaska Baseball League Player of the Year Sean Timmons was backed by an explosive offense as the Alaska Goldpanners opened defense of their National Baseball"
8/6: Panners roll to a shutout "WICHITA, Kan. -- With Sean Timmons on the mound and many other returning standouts in the lineup, it looked a little routine.."
8/6: Pilots/Wichita pitcher has one eye, lots of talent
8/5: Panners, AIA open Series play "The Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks and Athletes in Action-Alaska of North Pole will begin their drive for the National Baseball Congress World Series"
8/3: Fairbanks teams to square off in Wichita "The Alaska Goldpanners rallied to defeat the Anchorage Glacier Pilots 8-3 in last year's championship game in Wichita, Kan., giving the Panners a record six titles"
8/2: Panners finish tourney in 2nd Victory over Oilers not enough to garner them Wood Bat title - Rich "The Panners (34-17) travel to Wichita, Kan., to begin the National Baseball Congress World Series on Tuesday. As the defending national champion and this year's Alaska Baseball League champions, the Panners are the No. 1 seed in the tournament and will face the San Diego Waves at 4:30 p.m. (ADT)."
8/2: Sean Timmons (1994 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 MVP | 2003) Working man wins ABL Player of Year "This is the seventh summer Timmons has played baseball for his hometown Fairbanks Goldpanners at night and earned a steady paycheck working 8-5 at a health clinic."
8/2: Plane crashes near athletic fields (DN-M) "The wreck happened at 8:13 pm during the third inning of the baseball game between the Anchorage Bucs and the Alaska Goldpanners. About 500 people attended.
8/2: Plane Crash-Lands Near Athletic Fields - Tuscaloosa News "The wreck happened during the third inning of a minor-league (actually amateur - not pro or semi-pro - TDD) game between the Anchorage Bucs and the Fairbanks Goldpanners with about 500 people in attendance."
8/2: Baseball game interrupted by crash landing "The game between the Anchorage Bucs and the Fairbanks Goldpanners was in the third inning when the single-engine plane came in low."
8/2: Airplane Crash-Lands at Stadium in Alaska "The wreck happened during the third inning of a minor-league game between the Anchorage Bucs and the Fairbanks Goldpanners with about 500 people.."
8/1: Sean Timmons (94-98-99-00-01-02MVP-03) Named ABL Player of the Year "Timmons first made a brief appearance with the Panners in the 1994 season. After graduating from Armstrong College in Georgia, he returned in 1998 and has steadily earned more playing time each season. Last year, he was the most valuable starting pitcher for the Panners and this year, he topped that by being named the league's best player."
8/1: Four escape serious injuries "Ed Cheff, field manager of the Goldpanners, shook his head as he watched paramedics treat the brothers near the left field batting cage at Mulcahy. "I thought he was gonna land in the (baseball) field,'' Cheff said. "Four people lived through that? I don't believe it.''Neither did Goldpanners pitcher Clay Johnson, who saw the scene from the first base dugout. "I looked above the left field fence and it was about 40 feet off the ground,'' Johnson said. "It's one of the most amazing things I've ever seen in my life.''
8/1: Panners, Fire tie for first "During the third inning of the Panners-Bucs game, a small plane crashed behind the outfield wall. The pilot of the plane managed to land the craft between the outfield at Mulcahy and the nearby Anchorage Football Stadium where a youth soccer game was being played. There were no fatalities.One passenger walked away and others were taken to a hospital. The plane was inbound from the Cook Inlet area. The crash prompted a 47-minute delay before the Panners resumed batting in the top of the inning."
7/31: One swing of the bat enough for Fairbanks
7/31: Panners, Fire win dramatically "The Alaska Goldpanners and Athletes in Action Fire both posted dramatic last-at-bat victories to highlight Wednesday's action in the Anchorage Bucs Wood Bat'
7/30: Comeback kids head to Wichita "The ABL season makes its teams tournament tough because the competition is so good. It's rated the second-best summer league in the country by many. The top league (the Cape Cod League) doesn't send any teams to Wichita." * You must be joking, Andy.. *
7/30: Panners edge Fire "The league champion Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks and Athletes in Action of North Pole played 10 innings (tournament games are seven innings)"
7/30: On to Wichita "The Alaska Goldpanners, with a storied history, will try to defend the title they claimed last year by defeating the Anchorage Glacier Pilots.
7/29: Wood bat tourney starts "The road to next month's National Baseball Congress World Series started out in opposite fashion for the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks and the Athletes in Action"
7/28: Major-league scouts eye Wood Bat Invitational "One of those teams is the Fairbanks Goldpanners, winners of the ABL title and last year's NBC World Series champions."
7/28: AIA will make pilgrimage to Kansas "AIA will join the league champion Fairbanks Goldpanners -- the defending NBC champs -- at the tournament next week."
7/27: Panners win regular-season finale "The Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks worked overtime to claim a victory in the final game of their Alaska Baseball League season Saturday night in Anchorage."
7/27: Rain douses Fire "Thanks to Saturday's blustery weather in Fairbanks, Hermon Brothers Field becomes Growden Memorial Park South today and an important setting in the ABL"
7/27: Lights , camera . . . ""This is a lot more attention than we get at school," said Noles, who plays at New Mexico Junior College in Hobbs, N.M. "We never get any TV coverage."
7/27: Pitcher from Freehold is becoming player to watch - - in Alaska - Newark Ledger " Annual tradition: The Midnight Sun Baseball Classic is played on the
summer solstice, starting at 10:30 pm and played without lights."
7/26: AIA puts out Oilers fire ".. Pilots, who end their season tonight against the Mat-Su Miners in Palmer, are three games behind the first-place and league champion Alaska Goldpanners"
7/26: Miners dig deep, trounce Panners "The Mat-Su Miners took out a season of frustration on the Alaska Baseball League champion Alaska Goldpanners Friday night at Hermon Brothers Field in Palmer"
7/25: Oilers erupt in first inning; AIA falls "The Alaska Goldpanners, who were idle Thursday, secured the ABL title by virtue of AIA's loss and the Goldpanners' sweep of the Oilers in a doubleheader"
7/25: Bucs take cup "Derek Bruce's one-out single in the bottom of the 12th inning Wednesday lifted the Fairbanks Goldpanners to a wild, 10-9 ABL win over the visiting Peninsula"
 7/24: Panners earn return to Wichita "For the Alaska Goldpanners, a return trip to the National Baseball Congress World Series started down the third-base line at Growden Memorial Park"
7/24: New Record added to All-Time Records  - Most Hits, Game 1. 7 - Jeff Culpepper (#7, 7-for-7), July 23, 2003 vs. Peninsula Oilers)
7/23: Oilers hold off Panners' rally
7/23: Oilers grit out victory against Goldpanners - Clarion "The Peninsula Oilers gritted out a win Tuesday, defeating the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks 9-8 in Alaska Baseball League play at Growden Memorial Park"
7/22: Offense pushes AIA within two games of first "Athletes in Action has found its offense and has moved back to within two games of the first-place Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks in the Alaska Baseball"
7/22: Crabs enjoy change of scenery "Ames has his own perspective on Gresham and the NBC World Series. "This is our Wichita," the coach said. "That's the way we're looking at it."
7/22: Pirates qualify for NBC World Series "..over Cape Girardeau. The victory gives the Pirates a berth in the NBC World Series, to be held Aug. 2-16 in Wichita, Kan"
7/22: Bound for Wichita "As it is, the Indians earn a trip to Wichita, Kan. and the NBC World Series - provided they have the funds to go. The NBC World Series begins in August."
7/21: Goldpanners win their way - Richard Larson
7/21: Fairbanks shows sunny disposition for Golden Days Parade "I NEVER GET tired of listening to the Frigidaires. The seemingly indefatigable Bill Stroecker, Karl Carlson and Rif Rafson play with enormous energy and enthusiasm. Being much in demand, they deserve thanks from the community for their willingness to entertain for Golden Days, where they've already played twice, and other events. "
7/21: Pilots' Adam Simon hurt during BP - "Simon, a freshman pitcher/outfielder from UCLA, was knocked unconscious for a brief time during batting practice. He was shagging fly balls in the outfield when a ball tipped off his glove and smashed into his lip, below the nose." In the sixth inning, Pilots officials announced Simon broke his nose and will soon undergo two root canals to reattach his teeth. He is expected to be out of the lineup for about a week."
7/21: Oilers leapfrog AIA for second place in ABL
7/20: Baseball winding down "Both the Alaska Goldpanners and Athletes in Action have only four home games remaining before they leave Fairbanks for the season"
7/20: Pilots' streak continues "Anchorage remains three games behind the first-place Fairbanks Goldpanners with three league games remaining. Mat-Su dropped its seventh in a row."
7/19: Panners roll over Bucs, 13-6 By BOB ELEY. "Thirteen turned out to be a lucky number for the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks on Friday night."
7/19: Glacier Pilots hit game running "The Pilots snapped a 1-for-10 skid Wednesday by scoring four runs in the first inning of a 10-2 win over the Fairbanks Goldpanners." LATE THURSDAY | Pilots bounce back
7/18: Timmons shuts down Bucs' bats - "I know they were a little sluggish getting off the bus but heck they didn't get home until 4 o'clock this morning," Timmons said of his teammates. "All I ask every time I go out there is just to get me one or two."
7/17: Pitcher's bad idea works out just fine "Anchorage Glacier Pilots pitcher Steve Uhlmansiek did something stupid Wednesday before his start against the Fairbanks Goldpanners."
7/17: Mulcahy is house that boots built - Anchorage Daily News
7/17: Panners, Fire suffer washout days - Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
7/16: Panners make use of charity "Clay Johnson has had an up-and-down season for the Alaska Goldpanners, but on Tuesday the sophomore right-hander from the University of Washington was on top.."
7/15: Rally puts Panners back on top "The Alaska Goldpanners scored a pair of unearned runs in the top of the ninth inning, breaking a 1-1 tie on their way to a 3-1 victory over the Anchorage Bucs | Panners make use of charity 
7/13: Panners, Mat-Su each win one "Koley Kolberg pitched a complete game one-hit shutout to lead the Mat-Su Miners to a 2-0 win over the Alaska Goldpanners in the first game"
7/12: Goldpanners Ground Pilots
7/11: AIA tops reeling Pilots "Entering the game, the Fire was tied for the top spot with the Alaska Goldpanners after the Goldpanners swept the Pilots 3-2 and 6-4 in a doubleheader" 7/10: Panners sweep Pilots "Jon McCaslin closed out both ends of a doubleheader Wednesday as the Alaska Goldpanners struggled to a sweep of the Anchorage Glacier Pilots"
7/10: Motivation to win has deep roots "Alaska Goldpanners manager Ed Cheff doesn't plan to change the color of his hair any time soon to motivate his team. "To me,'' said Cheff, "you play because you want to establish a legacy of who you are. You want to be a respected player. You get a mentality that you want to earn the respect of your teammates and the people you play against--that's the motivation. I don't think it comes from the coaches; I think it comes from within you.''
7/9: Budding Goldpanners, Fire rivalry good for Interior baseball ".. in three years, the Goldpanners and Athletes in Action rivalry has become just that, a rivalry."
7/9: Panners inch closer to first place "The Alaska Goldpanners moved the ball deep into Growden Memorial Park and moved themselves closer to first place in the Alaska Baseball League.
7/8: AIA retakes share of first place "Athletes in Action pitcher Rich Sorenson silenced the Alaska Goldpanners' bats on Thursday night and his teammates pounded out 11 hits in a 7-2 Alaska Baseball"
7/7: Panners smoke AIA in 10-4 victory "The Alaska Goldpanners parlayed yet another strong pitching performance by Fairbanks' Sean Timmons and a 14-hit offensive attack into a 10-4 Alaska Baseball"
7/6: Frostad heats up Panners top AIA Fire, 4-2 "The Alaska Goldpanners first baseman drove in three runs with a triple and a double to propel the hosts to a 4-2 victory over the Athletes in Action Fire"
7/5: AIA tests Panners' mettle, wins 4-3 "Israel Victor was rewarded for his patience Friday night and it gave Athletes in Action a 4-3 victory over the Alaska Goldpanners at Growden Memorial Park"
7/4: Pilots stop AIA in mid-action
7/2: Road Trip to Anchorage - Newest Pic Page
7/2: Panners nip Miners "Behind the pair of clutch late-inning RBI hits from Blasi, the Alaska Goldpanners edged the Mat-Su Miners 5-4 in 10 innings on Tuesday at Growden Memorial Park"
7/2: Steve Rodriguez (90) Pepperdine Page
7/1: Panners dig return to Growden - BOB ELEY.  "Home cooking turned out to be sweet for the Alaska Goldpanners on Monday night at Growden Memorial Park."
6/30: Bucs hang on to beat Goldpanners "Brad Davis of the Alaska Goldpanners slides into third base after advancing on a fly ball out as Mike Thompson of the"
6/30: Bucs keep Panners down despite six-run rally in top of the ninth
6/30: Goldpanners split twin bill with Oilers "The Oilers tied their four-game home series against the Fairbanks Goldpanners Thursday through Saturday at Coral Seymour Memorial Park." Oilers and Goldpanners split | Oilers grab their first league win
6/27: Peninsula drops to 0-6 in ABL after unearned run results in 1-0 "The Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks scored an unearned run in the ninth inning to defeat the Oilers 1-0 at Coral Seymour Memorial Park."
6/27: Miners pound Oilers "The team starts an eight-game homestand today with a 7 pm tilt against the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks."
6/27: Timmons delivers shutout "Looking for a key victory before embarking on a road trip that will include six games in five days, the Alaska Goldpanners gave the ball to veteran Sean"
6/27: Perry evokes game of old "A few strokes after midnight, the owner of 314 major league wins appeared from the Goldpanners' dugout at Growden Park."
6/26: Panners continue to struggle at the plate "The Alaska Goldpanners' offensive woes continued on Wednesday as they suffered a 1-0 loss to the Anchorage Glacier Pilots at Mulcahy Stadium."
6/26: Stellar pitching by Rivas lands Pilots a victory "from starter Rick Rivas and a redemptive ninth inning from closer Ricky Fairchild to earn a 1-0 Alaska Baseball League victory over the Fairbanks Goldpanners."
6/24: AIA rains hits on Goldpanners
6/23: Fire makes itself at home AIA scorches Panners 4-0 "Sparked by a steal of home by Bogue, AIA earned a 4-0 Alaska Baseball League win over the Alaska Goldpanners."
6/22: Baseball fun in the Midnight Sun "Jenson's job is maintenance of the bullpens.. But when snow-capped mountain ranges dot the landscape beyond the outfield fences of most ABL ballparks in idyllic wooded settings, life is pretty good. When they aren't at the ballpark, the players are fishing for salmon and coming across moose, caribou or bears in their back yard.  Said Jenson: "This is better than any other summer I've had."
6/22: Goldpanners send California packing "The Alaska Goldpanners showed no hangover from the Midnight Sun Game, posting a 7-2 win Saturday night after finishing off a 3-1 win over the California Dons"
6/21: New, veteran fans get their cheers in "The Alaska Goldpanners have been involved in sponsoring the event since the team's first season in 1960. Friday night the Panners faced the California Dons."
6/20: Midnight Sun Game provides chance to soak up blistering rays MY FIRST JOB AT the News-Miner led me to Growden Memorial Park, where I tried to cover baseball during the summer of '76.
6/20: Panners lead off series with win  "The Alaska Goldpanners set the table for victory on Thursday, getting runners on base then playing small-ball on their way to a 5-2 win over the California"
6/20: Panners shine under Midnight Sun "Goldpanners General Manager Don Dennis, who winters in California, added, "Most of the people I talk to in California in the winter are mystified by baseball"
6/19: Panners bounce Bruins "Alaska Goldpanners manager Ed Cheff told Aaron Mathews to think fly ball with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the 11th inning Wednesday night."
6/18: Errors sink Goldpanners - DN-M - "TOUGH DAY AT GROWDEN--Alaska Goldpanners pitcher Clay Johnson, front, loses the ball as he tries to field"
6/18: Comeback kings: Mat-Su rallies against AIA - DN-M -"The Miners opened the season with an 8-5 win over the Peninsula Oilers then suffered their only loss by a 4-0 score to the Alaska Goldpanners"
6/18: Bluma answers the call to arms for Glacier Pilots - ADN - "His claim to fame in that tournament: he pitched 22/3 innings and earned a save in a win over the Fairbanks Goldpanners, who went on to win the tournament"
6/17: Added 2003 Results and ScoreCast Page
6/17: Bruins rally past Goldpanners - BOB ELEY. "The Beatrice, Neb., Bruins turned the tables on the Alaska Goldpanners Monday night at Growden Memorial Park."
6/16: Panners roll by Bruins "The Alaska Goldpanners rallied to overtake the Beatrice, Neb., Bruins and claim a 6-4 victory in a sun-drenched baseball game Sunday night at Growden Memorial.
6/15: Panners teach game to All-Stars - DN-M - "Atrocious defense cost the Fairbanks Adult Amateur All-Stars as the Alaska Goldpanners took advantage of seven All-Star errors to cruise to a 15-2 win"
6/15: A tribute to one great dad - DN-M - "I saw my first Alaska Goldpanners baseball game on one of those trips."
6/15: Will Fenton (03) UW: Where are they going this summer?
6/14: Panners return to Fairbanks - DN-M - Rich Larson "Playing for coach Cheff is always challenging and fun. He pushes you to be your best," said Welch, who pitched the Panners to a 2-1 win over the Peninsula Oilers on Monday in Kenai. "We're here to try to win some more ballgames and looking for another great experience like last year." Tyler Best said, "It's awesome. I've been waiting to come back up here the whole school year. To be back in Fairbanks playing ball is great. We've got a shot to win another national title."  Pitcher Kyle Allen, who plays college ball at Orange Coast College in California, is one of the newcomers to this year's Panners squad. He was one of three pitchers used in the Panners 4-0 win over the Miners. "I feel kind of honored to have been invited," Allen said. "There are some high expectations here, some big shoes to fill."
6/14: Tripling takes it out of Miner "PALMER -- Coming around third base, Matthew Inouye could feel his legs tightening and his heart racing. There was an inside-the-park home run on the line, and Inouye's body was telling him to slow down."
6/14: Devaney holds Bucs in check with gem
6/14: Beatrice shuts out Oilers - Peninsula Clarion
6/13: Celebrate Panners' successes - DN-M - Rich Larson "Over the final weeks of the 2002 Alaska Baseball League season, I was on vacation in Minnesota. I missed most of the Alaska Goldpanners' surge at the end of the year that resulted in them tying the Anchorage Glacier Pilots for the best record in the Alaska Baseball League and then defeating the Pilots to win the National Baseball Congress tournament. I first noticed that they had won the national championship by seeing the photo of the Panners' celebratory dog pile on the front page of the newspaper as I switched flights in the home city of the runner-up Glacier Pilots."
6/13: Athletes in Action fall to first defeat in extra innings - DN-M - "AIA plays four road league games before making its 2003 Growden Memorial Park debut on June 22, facing the Alaska Goldpanners in the start of a three-game"
6/13: Bucs knock off Oilers, finish 2-0 - Anchorage DN - Jun 12, 2003 "The Bucs finished 2-0 in the rain-shortened tournament. The Fairbanks Goldpanners beat the Mat-Su Miners 4-0 on Wednesday and posted a 2-1 tournament record."
6/12: Panners pitch gem at Miners
6/12: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) Signed with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and will report to Hudson Valley Renegades this week
6/10: 6/9/3 G1 SCORECAST vs. Anchorage Bucs
6/10: Didion is in sole control of Glacier Pilots' destination
6/10: You might not recognize the Miners
6/10: Oilers drop pair to start the season - Peninsula Clarion
6/9: Fertile Field of Dreams - ADN
6/9: Alaska Baseball League: Bucs - Williams, ADN
6/9: Panners prep for season RICHARD LARSON, Staff Writer "The first wave of Alaska Goldpanners is gathering in Anchorage this weekend, preparing for the start of the season at the Peninsula Oilers Hardball Tournament in Kenai on Monday. The Panners will have only part of its team on hand for the games at 1 p.m. against the Anchorage Bucs and 4 p.m."
6/9: Panners have rich tradition "It's starting to warm up, the days are still getting longer and afternoon and evening showers and thundershowers are popping up in the weather forecast. That can only mean one thing--baseball season is just around the corner."
6/7 : Todd Jennings (02) Extends Hitting Streak to 27 in loss to Stanford | Devils lose to CSF
6/7: Capitals will make '03 debut tonight - On Steve Abney (90)
6/6: Panners make appearance in MLB draft - Rich Larson
6/6: Players have arrived!  Sean Timmons, Elliot Strankman, Ed Cheff, Derek Bruce, Kevin Welch, Tyler Best, Jeff Culpepper, Jake McLintock, James Guerrero, Kyle Allen
5/24: Japanese All-Stars pull out of WBIT - Fear of SARS and Terrorism cited | 2003 WBIT
5/18: Summer fun about to begin - Bob Eley, DN-M
5/10: Kyle Allen | Emerson Frostad (03) New Panner Pages!

5/9: Elliot Strankman - 2003 Assistant Coach | 2000 NAIA Baseball National Championship All-Tournament Team | Signs with Giants
5/9: Sweet sounds of summer - Beth Bragg "Mulcahy Stadium, home of the Anchorage Glacier Pilots and Anchorage Bucs baseball teams, is named after Bill Mulcahy, who died in 1965. Called "the father of Anchorage baseball," he organized the Anchorage Baseball League in 1923 and took a team to the annual Midnight Sun game in Fairbanks. He became Alaska's first commissioner to the National Baseball Congress in 1947 and introduced Little League to the city in 1950."
5/9: Added Kyle Allen, Emerson Frostad, Sean Lichter, Aaron Mathews, Jack Headley to 2003 Roster
4/24: Added Brad Davis (Spalding) | Dustin Miller (Fullerton) | Cesar Ramos (LBSU) | James Guerrero | Jeff Culpepper (Gonzaga) to 2003 Roster
3/5: Added Alvarez and Weaver the Collegiate Johnson and Schilling to ABL
2/13: Added Run Contribution Percentage (RCP%) - New Offensive Statistic to Gero von Dehn "To reach a player's RCP%, runs batted in and runs scored are added together. Next, home runs are subtracted from that total. This figure exists as “run production”. But take the figure and divide it into the total team runs and the answer provides the percentage of team offense in which the player is directly involved. "
2/13: Blake Gill (02 MVP) Nets Goldpanners NBC Title "It's all a team. This is the kind of team you dream of playing on. It was like that in college. The guys, if you're up or down, they're pushing you to go." "It was the same as every other night," Basch said. "... We've been fighting back all year. Two days ago, we were down 6-1 to these guys. This organization treats us so well. It is great to put us to put another banner on the wall in Fairbanks."
2/12: 2003 Peninsula Oilers "Hardball Tournament"
1/28: David Purcey on the Alaska Baseball League
1/22: No off switch for Miners' GM Christopher
1/24: Added Zak Basch (01-02) MVP to 2003 Roster
1/24: Added Tony Perez (01-02) MVP to 2003 Roster
1/12: Dallas Phillies NBC Log "Those bad boys from Fairbanks were on a mission." Pics 1
1/5: Top Alaska Sports Stories of 2002 - Lorraine LeBreton "The Glacier Pilots. The Anchorage college-age baseball team fought their way through the Alaska Baseball League in June and July to earn the league championship and Mayor's Cup trophy again. The blue and white boys also qualified to defend their national title at the N-B-C World Series in Wichita, Kansas. In the tourney's championship game, the Pilots downed a fellow Alaskan team, the Fairbanks Goldpanners, to repeat as the best summer-ball squad in the U.S."
1/1: Anchorage Glacier Pilots Hire Kris Didion as Manager
1/1: AIA-ALASKA 2002 AIA-Alaska Game Summaries



2/7: Korny Kornfeind (1912-2002)
2/7: Goldpanners return to town for home opener - Richard Larson
2/7: 2002 Panner Preview
2/7: Waves beat Panners - Richard Larson
2/7: Panners solve All-Star puzzle
1/12: In Memoriam: Bonita Eileen McGehee (1926-2002) "She also had a great time at (the 1996) Midnight Sun baseball game in Fairbanks..  Most memorable about that game was the lady beer vendor who entertained the fans with jokes and riddles."
2/3/02: Dave Kingman (68-69) The Attic of Baseball @
1/12/02: Robert (Bob) Hardin - Board of Directors
7/30/01: Governor declares 8/5th "Dave Winfield Recognition Day
6/20/01: Nancy DeLeon, Longtime MSG Singer
2/18/01: Scott Robinson (01) Village Voice Paper
8/5/01: Road to Major Leagues takes turn in Alaska
6/11/00: Web Profile: Brooks Conrad (99-00)
6/11/00: Web Profile: Eric Doble (00)
6/11/00: Web Profile: Ryan Garko (00)
6/11/00: Web Profile: Ryan Johnson (00)
6/11/00: Web Profile: Jonah Martin (99-00)
6/11/00: Web Profile: Chad Redfern (00)
6/11/00: Web Profile: Greg Sain (99-00)
6/11/00: Web Profile: Arik VanZandt (99-00)
2/11/00: Lyle Olsen, Goldpanners Manager
2/18/00: Gassner (00) pitches complete game for first win of season
5/11/99: Spotlight: Greg Sain
4/15/96: Baseball Splits Two - Riggan, Phillips
1/24/95: Dan Boone: Replacement player
1994: Randy Barber (94) Ambassador to Czechs
1994: Alaska Statesman Clicks with Compaq
7/18/91: Baseball Under the Midnight Sun
12/9/88: Goldpanners issue regional sets
6/1/86: The "Midnight Sun Game" Sunset Magazine
5/69: Kingman a Goldpanner in Alaska
8/64: Goldpanners win, Seaver slams
6/64: Midnight Sun Game  Sec Taylor


1999: All-Time MSG Record
1997: Boucher-Dennis Span Team History
1997: The Midnight Sun Game
1974: Tommy Sain - Player Profile
1974: Bob Boone: The Best of Them All
1970: Olsen, Dietz Guide Goldpanners on Field
1969: Boucher, Olsen Lead Panners on Field

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12/19/3: Alaska Pictures - 96th Midnight Sun Game
1/12: In Memoriam: Bonita Eileen McGehee (1926-2002) "She also had a great time at (the 1996) Midnight Sun baseball game in Fairbanks..  Most memorable about that game was the lady beer vendor who entertained the fans with jokes and riddles."
1/12: James D. Teresco Collection | 2001 Trip to Alaska (ABL Baseball?)
1/12: Aurora Pictures | From Buffalo to Alaska | Alaska Picture Album
2001: Tugwell Scores MSG Winning Run!
2001: The Ballparks of the Alaska League
2001: 2001 Goldpanners Bus
2000: Ryan Johnson (00), Floyd Watson (60-63)
1987: 1987 Fairbanks Baseball Clinics (3 major leaguers there)
1972: Alaska Goldpanners Board of Directors
1968: Brent Strom (67-68-69) & Bill Seinsoth (66-67-68) at Panner Family home
1968: Alvin Strane (67-68), Albert Strane (67-68) at same
1968: Bill Seinsoth (66-67-68), Bob Boone (66-67-68), and Red Boucher (1960-1969)
1960s: Growden Park and Surrounding Fields
1963: 1963 Goldpanners Bus
3/27: Added Fairbanks: Military Post to Fairbanks

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 2003 PRO NEWS

12/24/3: Bret Boone (88) Naughty and Nice list - "Always accommodating and quotable, Mariners second baseman is a terrific hitter and fielder who babbles more than a brook unless he's in a broadcast booth."
12/24/3: Bavasi riding lucky streak "An infielder? Maybe a nod to Justin Leone or Greg Dobbs. (Dobbs, a third baseman, may eventually be the big bat the Mariners regularly covet but never seem to land.)
12/19/3: Jason Giambi (90) Joined 5-nation USO Tour
12/12/3: Dan Plesac (81) Retires after 18 year major league career (Barry Bonds becomes the oldest Panner in MLB)
12/12/3: Bobby Crosby (99|MLB#182) A's, Crosby await Tejada's decision
12/8/3: Bret Boone (88) Mariner's Roster Remake - Seattle "If no name like Houston's Geoff Blum pops out at them there, the M's could see if kids Justin Leone and/or Greg Dobbs (00) look ready in camp, which is not likely, although both are well-regarded."
12/4/3: Jason Giambi (90) Cover athlete for ESPN "ESPN Videogames is proud to announce that New York Yankees slugger Jason Giambi will be the official spokesperson and cover athlete for ESPN Major League Baseball."
12/4/3: Terry Francona (78) Named Boston Red Sox Manger

11/28/3: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) New Orleans Zephyrs (AAA) - Transferred from Salem Avalanche to New Orleans Zephyrs
11/28/3: Todd Leathers (01 MVP) Life in the Minors "Our team trainer, former University of Hawaii grad assistant Josh Seligman, started to share his tailgating stories from Aloha Stadium, which of course prompted Todd "Mr. Penn State" Leathers to tell us how great Penn State tailgates were."
11/26/3: Greg Dobbs (00) Added to 40-man Major League roster
11/26/3: Terry Francona (78) Candidate Francona has a physical
11/23/3: Bret Boone (88) Top 10 MVP finish
11/22/3: Bret Boone (88) Up for MLB Player of the Year - Vote!
11/18/3: Barry Bonds (83) Wins Sixth MVP Award! - 28 of 32 first-place votes | The greatest of this generation
11/18/3: Jeff DaVanon (92-94) Barely misses the arbitration cut "You never know what the Super-2 number is going to be exactly. Players work hard to get to a point where they reach arbitration eligibility. Jeff is a smart guy and he gets it. After I informed him, we talked about it a little bit and he said, 'OK, it's out of my control. I'll just go play hard next year.'"
11/15/3: Jeremy Reed ready, raring to go "During the past offseason, Reed worked out with his friends Brian Kennedy and his older brother, Adam Kennedy (95 MVP), the starting second baseman for the 2002 World Series champion Anaheim Angels." - Peninsula Oilers
11/15/3: Barry Bonds (83) To pursue own licensing deal | ESPN
11/14/3: Barry Bonds (83) Should be a lock for MVP | HR Run OK with Hank
11/14/3: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) Injured Angels improving
11/6/3: Barry Bonds (83) The Inimitable Barry Bonds "Only one player in the entire history of Major League Baseball has ever finished a season with an OPS 500 points (or better) above the average of their league, for three years in a row.  That player is Barry Bonds"
11/6/3: Jose Cruz, Jr. (93) Snares Gold Glove "Longtime Giants' followers considered Cruz the team's best defensive right fielder since Bobby Bonds, and manager Felipe Alou raised comparisons to Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente."
11/5/3: Royce Ring (00) Follow Royce's Qualifying Tourney at MLB | At Baseball America | Throws Shutout Inning vs. Columbia | Google News
11/5/3: Bret Boone (88) Jose Cruz, Jr. (93) Win 2003 Golden Glove | Cruz wins Gold Glove
10/29/3: Bret Boone (88) Joins Bonds as Silver Slugger
10/29/3: Declared Six-Year Free Agents: Pettyjohn, Donnels, Kelly, Rushford, Parker, Belitz, Soules, Zuniga
10/28/3: Barry Bonds (83) Wins 11th Silver Slugger Award
10/21/3: Barry Bonds (83) 'Not a target'
10/20/3: Bonds (83), Giambi (90) Subpoenaed in doping trial - More "among several high-profile athletes subpoenaed by a federal grand jury investigating Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative (BALCO), a nutritional supplement firm, it was reported in the San Francisco Chronicle."
10/15: Bret Boone (88) Color Commentator on FOX Sports Postseason Broadcasts
10/14: Push comes to shove for Zim "I said I'm sorry, but the only thing I'm sorry about is that I didn't knock that skinny little SOB's butt clear into the Charles River. And I would have done it, too, if he hadn't caught me off guard and tripped me. I was expecting him to put up his dukes and fight like a real man would do in that situation and instead he pulls some shifty little move you wouldn't expect from a 10-year-old girl or even Bill Lee. "
10/13: Jason Lane  (96-97) Surgery Successful
10/9: Jason Lane  (96-97) Has Sports Hernia Surgery
10/8: Eddie Bane (82) Named Eddie Bane scouting director
10/8: Terry Francona (78) Interviews for Chicago White Sox Manager job
9/29: Mike Moat (00) Invited to try out for Olympic squad
9/26: Jason Lane (96-97) Sitting out Winter Ball for rehab
9/23: Dennis Cook (83) Joins Longhorns as assistant coach
9/21: Aaron Heilman (98) No Decision "His rookie year may be over. And the Mets still have no idea what they have in Aaron Heilman"
9/20: Darrel May (91) 5-1 in last six starts
9/15: Barry Bonds (83) Exit would create a Giant hole
9/15: Aaron Heilman (98) A Work in Progress
9/15: Bobby Crosby (99|MLB#182) Oakland A's Player Page | Walks to Sweep "Bobby Crosby was strutting around in a hot velvet pimp suit, complete with a three-foot leopard-skin fedora. "Zito got that one out of his closet," Tim Hudson said. It was the A's annual rookie-hazing, this time run by Barry Zito: Make the kids fly across the country and walk through a couple of airports looking like overgrown trick-or-treaters. "
9/10: Bobby Crosby (99|MLB#182) Named PCL's MVP Pacific Coast League today named Sacramento River Cats shortstop Bobby Crosby its “Rookie of the Year” for the 2003 season" | Waiting in the Wings
9/4: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Spinners end year with win "Zak Basch (1 inning, 1 hit) and Brian Marshall (1 inning, 0 hits) kept the Expos off the board in relief."
9/3: Bobby Crosby (99) MLB#182 Major League Debut! A's Recall Bobby Crosby, Demote Mike Wood | A's Promote Tejada Heir Apparent Crosby | A's call up hot-hitting Crosby | Crosby added for playoff insurance
9/3: Barry Bonds (83) A Son's Gift to His Father We Can All Share - "Something, somebody, must pay. Barry knows what Bobby would want as a monument -- the same thing he always asked for: Greatness. So the baseball must suffer. "
9/1: Emerson Frostad (03) Rangers ink Frostad to Contract "Emerson's topsy-turvy 2003 began when he decided to honour his commitment to play for the Fairbanks Goldpanners of the Alaskan League. He helped the Goldpanners win the league title and advance to the National Baseball Congress World Series in Wichita, Kan.   Fairbanks placed 11th but Frostad played well, batting .380, and the Rangers took notice... "I decided I would go back to school but they had seen me play again after we decided that," Frostad said. "They liked what they saw and kind of changed their minds at the last minute." (Otherwise called "The Panner Factor")
8/31: Barry Bonds (83) Emotional Return: Homers in First Game Back (7 Behind Mays for Third All-Time) "Trainer Stan Conte took Bonds' pulse in the dugout. It was between 150 and 160 beats a minute. It should have been closer to 100 or 110. Conte suggested that Bonds come out of the game, and Bonds demanded to keep playing... It was Bonds' 40th homer -- one more than his dad's career high -- giving him seven seasons of 40 or more. That broke the club record of six, which belonged to Mays, his godfather."
8/28: Mike Benjamin (85) Assistant Coach of Chandler, AZ Little League - Club made Semi-Finals in Williamsport
 8/26: Emerson Frostad (03) Signed by Texas to deal reportedly worth $110,000, 3 years of college, Will be assigned to a professional fall league
8/23: Ben Julianel  (00) Traded to Yankees in Hitchcock deal
8/22: Barry Bonds (83) Move over Babe and Hank "The year after his spectacular 2001 season, Bonds and Aaron met to talk baseball at the Giants' spring training home in Scottsdale, Ariz. Bonds has grown up around greatness -- with his father, Bobby, and his godfather, Willie Mays, and many others -- but that spring in 2002 was the first time Aaron and the younger Bonds had had a meaningful talk. Aaron told Bonds that records were made to be broken. He told him that he had held the home run record long enough. Bonds was flabbergasted. "He told me," Bonds said at the time, "to get all I could get out of the game of baseball."
8/22: Jason Lane (96-97) Called up to Houston!
8/18: Professional Baseball Leaderboard - #4 Batting, Brendan Ryan (02)
8/15: Tigers' Rodland saves best for last "Scott Robinson's lead-off homer to right field in the fifth put the ValleyCats ahead, 4-1"
7/31: Jay Knowlton (02) Promoted to Hagerstown Suns
7/27: 'Cats a top dog for first time " It's awesome to be in first after considering the beginning of our season," said Tri-City first baseman Scott Robinson, whose team opened the year 0-7."
7/27: Mets notes: Life good for Phillips " Jason Phillips is a candidate for National League Rookie of the Year, but he has a lot more important things on his mind of late. Like his new home and the forthcoming birth of his son. After Saturday's game, he also has a 14-game hitting streak."
7/27: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Rookie Heilman struggles again
7/21: Royce Ring (00) Centerpiece of Alomar trade
7/21: Dust Devils pound Boise 7-0 (7/7) "Starting pitcher Marc Kaiser was the recipient of the Dust Devils' offensive production, picking up his first professional win."
7/21: Ben Julianel (00) Doing his thing is do-or-die now

6/26: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Made major league debut GP2MLB#181 Panners pitcher gives up 1 earned run, loses on errors
6/24: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Heilman will make Mets debut Thursday | Heilman Starts vs. Marlins Thursday "Aaron Heilman, the righthander the Mets selected in the first round of the 2001 draft, is to make his major-league debut against the Marlins that night." Notes: Heilman to make debut | HEILMAN READY TO MAKE DEBUT | Mets will finally | Mets: ND coach believes in Heilman
6/24: Two Panners on MLB Futures Teams - Royce Ring (00), Dave Brundage
6/22: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Spinners take the 5th "Vermont scored in the eighth when Luis Blanco doubled and scored on a pair of infield outs, then pushed across a run in the ninth on an RBI single by Larry York before Zak Basch held on for his third save."
6/22: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) "Chris Farley and Kevin Ool protected the lead for Smith and turned the game over to submarining Zak Basch in the ninth. Basch retired the first two hitters, but pinch hitter Scott Robinson's routine grounder to Reyes at second scooted between his legs for an error to keep the ValleyCats alive."
6/20: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP Next on Phenom List "The statement that Fred Wilpon made, that they've going to get younger, that tells me that they've got something in mind."
6/17: Jason Lane (96-97) HR lifts Z's to win vs. Sky Sox "Jason Lane hit a pinch two-run homer to break a seventh-inning tie as the New Orleans Zephyrs beat the Colorado Springs Sky Sox 4-1 Monday"
6/15: Astros agree on contract with Robinson for ValleyCats
6/12: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) Signed with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays and will report to Hudson Valley Renegades this week
6/5: Justin Azze (02) Negotiates over draft money "I'm pretty much set on signing, but I haven't talked with anyone from the Orioles' organization yet. If they try to fool me with a low-ball figure then there might be complications, but if they give me average money for the round, then I'm ready to go."
6/5: Mike Moat (02) White Sox draft Moat in 19th Round "I think if I had to decide right now, I'd go," Moat said. "I want to get started. I passed it up in high school, and I don't want to do that again." ..if he does sign, Moat is looking forward to joining the White Sox organization because one of his best friends at college, pitcher Royce Ring, was drafted by Chicago last year and has advanced to Class AA ball this year.  "Maybe soon I'll be able to play with him again," Moat said."
6/4: Marc Tugwell (01) 655th Overall, 22nd Round - Philadelphia
6/4: Tim Montgomery (02-03) 678th Overall, 23rd Round - Cleveland "COMMENT: Excellent pitchers' frame. Low 3/4 delivery. Fastball potential, sink action away from RH hitters. Curve has occasional tight rotation. Idea of circle change. Arm action to throw slider in future. Coachable with desire to learn."
6/4: Jordan Olson (99) 968th Overall, Round 33 - Tampa Bay
6/4: Roger Lincoln (02) 1008th Overall Round 34 - Cleveland
6/4: Jeff Culpepper (03 MVP) 1164th Overall, Round 39 - Boston
6/4: Added Kyle Aselton to 2003 Roster - Out of Lower Columbia CC, heading to Oregon State - Drafted 879th Overall, 2001 Draft by Seattle, Kyle Aselton, LHP, W.F. West HS, Chehalis, Wash | JV Basketball
6/4: Chad Corona (02) 1385th Overall, Round 47 - Cleveland "COMMENT: Large, heavy boned. Athletic frame. Strong, well-defined arms. Similar to Troy Glaus. Strong, powerful bat through zone, easy plus power potential. Alert fielder. Fair jump and quickness for size. Excellent make-up, team player. Bundle of raw talent itching to break out."
6/3: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) 384th Overall, Round 13 - Boston Red Sox
6/3: Ryan Garko (00) 78th Overall, Round 3 - Cleveland
6/3: Justin Azze (02) 194th Overall, Round 7 - Baltimore "COMMENT: Angular, evenly proportioned frame. Good upper body strength. Similar to Chuck Finley. Live arm. Loose, fluid arm action. Legitimate four-pitch guy, two plus future pitches. Very confident"
6/3: Brendan Ryan (02) 215th Overall, Round 7 - St. Louis "COMMENT: Tall frame. Supple build. Easy throwing mechanics. Instincts to make plays. Better range to the left. Average speed, same on bases. Power to the alleys. Not a pure Shortstop. Profiles as a utility player with limited bat potential. Arm is the best tool. Likes to play."
6/3: Marc Kaiser (02) 287th Overall, Round 10 - Colorado "COMMENT: Tall frame. Well proportioned. Strong, sturdy build. Agile, athletic for size. Built similar to Dustin Hermanson. Strong controlled mechanics. Works both sides of the plate. Hard slider late, quick. Poised with potential plus command. Quality arm. Strong mound presence, approach. Good assortment. Pitches play up with life, location. Out pitch is slider."
6/3: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) 328th Overall, Round 11 - Minnesota "COMMENT: Thick, durable build. Full windup. Compact, drop and drive delivery. Average arm speed through high 3/4 slot. Most fastballs 88 with arm side run. Can spin 12-6 curveball, downer rotation with depth. Fastball arm speed to change, fair deception with arm side fade. Feel for slider, tight rotation with bite. Aggresive approach on mound. Around the plate with all pitches." (Watch video where he throws - 109?)
6/3: Ryan Johnson (00) 371st Overall, Round 13
6/3: Emerson Frostad (03) 376th Overall, Round 13
6/3: Mike Moat (02) 562nd Overall, Round 19 - White Sox
6/3: Lance Dawkins (01) 583rd Overall, 20th Round - Chicago Cubs
5/26: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Ex-Broncos star realizes dream, signs with Astros "Palomar College outfielder/first baseman Scott Robinson signed a bonus contract with the Houston Astros on Sunday, May 25. Robinson was selected by the Astros in the seventh round of the June 2002 draft and the Astros had until one week prior to this year's draft to sign him before his name went back in the draft pool.  Sources said, although he was a seventh-round pick, Robinson received "fourth-round money" to sign — which means he benefited himself considerably by playing a year at Palomar. Robinson will first report to extended spring training at Kissamee, Fla., and then will be assigned to the Astros' Tri-City farm club in the Class A short-season New York-Penn League which begins play the third week of June." (Source)
5/19: Royce Ring (00) Named Southern League Pitcher of Week
5/18: Bret Boone (88) Homers twice as Seattle takes series
5/22: Cleveland designated pitcher Jerrod Riggan (96) for assignment; Riggan declined his assignment to Buffalo (AAA), and has become a free agent
5/20: Jerrod Riggan (96) Called up to Cleveland!
5/20: Jason Phillips (96) Phillips takes his glove, but doesn't go home "Where Phillips will ultimately fit in will be interesting to watch. The last time the 26-year-old Phillips could recall playing first base with any consistency was in 1996 in the Alaska Baseball League, a summer league that plays in constant daylight."
5/24: Barry Bonds (83) Injury only a mild tendinitis
5/24: Tom Goodwin (87) Blast wins it for Cubbies
5/24: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) Promoted to High-A Salem Avalanche
5/24: Todd Belitz (96) Signed by Florida Marlins
5/24: Jim Rushford (94) Signed by Milwaukee
5/24: Jay Knowlton (02) Signed by San Francisco Giants
5/11: Jason Saenz (96) Placed on NY Mets temporarily inactive list
5/7: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP)  International League Pitcher of the Week | Dazzles in Victory
5/7: David Gassner (00 MVP) Promoted to Syracuse (C-AAA)
5/5: Jason Phillips (96) Called up by New York Mets!
5/3: Bob Boone (66-67-68) Manages from his heart
5/1: Bill "Spaceman" Lee (1966-67) Are Lefties really looney?
5/1: Brooks Conrad (99-00MVP) Tabbed as the defensive player of the month. The second-baseman helped hold down the right side of the infield by turning 18 double plays and making 55 put-outs over 149 total chances

4/26: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) Work in Progress "When Steve Checksfield calls Brooks Conrad "down and dirty," it is high praise."
4/23: Greg Sain (99-00) Padres Spotlight: Greg Sain "Like many of the Fort Wayne players, Sain comes from a baseball-playing family. His father, Tom Sain (73-74), played in the Minnesota Twins' and Houston Astros' organizations, making it as high as Triple-A. His older brother Grady played college baseball. "My dad is my biggest mentor, my biggest critic, my biggest pick-me-up when I need it," Sain said. "He's totally for me, to advance me as far as he can, and he's been very critical as far as my maturation throughout my career. Basically, I think a lot of the tools that I have have definitely been defined by him."
4/22: Tom Seaver (64-65) Still miraculous after 30 years
4/22: Jason Giambi (90) Slump to thump
4/22: Doug Linton (86) Optioned by Toronto to Triple-A Syracuse
4/22: Bret Boone (88) Hit five home runs in the past nine games, and is hitting .389 during that stretch.
4/22: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) Back off DL for Yankees series
4/22: Travis Lee (93-94) Placed on the Tampa Bay 15-day DL
4/19: Jose Cruz, Jr. (93) Cruz Sr. doesn't hear about Jr.; Jason Lane
4/19: Bill "Spaceman" Lee On the mound at Fenway
4/14: Bret Boone (88) Wins game with dramatic walk-off HR
4/9: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) Goes on 15-day DL with Hamstring injury
4/9: Darryl Strawberry (80R) Released from prison
4/3: Charles Merricks (99) Released by Colorado
4/3: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) Bruises right hammy in collision
4/3: Chad Kreuter (84) Contract purchased by Texas
4/3: Tom Goodwin (87) Contract purchased by Chicago (NL)
4/3: Jose Cruz, Jr. (93) Tries to figure angles in Right
3/31: Michael Young (96 MVP) Hits Homer in win over Anaheim in season opener
3/29: Michael Young (96 MVP) Rangers 2B steady player with impressive fan club
3/29: Adam Kennedy (95 MVP) Rough Spring
3/29: Jason Giambi (90) Opener near, Giambi turns it on
3/29: Jose Cruz, Jr. (93) Baseball in his genes "My dad would say, 'Sit down, watch the game and learn something,'" Cruz said. "The Astrodome had all these tunnels, and we used to play in those. We had our own little World Series."
3/29: Royce Ring (00) Ring around the closer
3/29: Keith Lockhart (85) Contract purchased from MILB by SDP
3/28: Barry Bonds (83) Remains true to himself
3/28: Bob Boone (66-67-68) Used to 'Hot Seat'
3/28: Bret Boone (88) A Man and His Glove? - "The book recalls Bret Boone's panic when the Mariners second baseman mistakenly tossed his glove to a fan while signing autographs at Safeco Field in 2001. The fan left the ballpark before Boone realized he had the fan's glove and the fan had his."
3/28: Bobby Crosby (99) #9 AL West Prospect
3/25: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Given a ticket to Norfolk
3/24: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) May be first in 5th spot
3/24: Bobby Crosby (99) Reassigned to MILB camp - Batted .306 in his first big-league camp.
3/17: Bobby Crosby (99) A's giving Crosby a long look in camp
3/12: Rob Ramsay (93) Amazing story after brain surgery - Peter Gammons
3/11: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Making the grade "Heilman is not the type to get flustered - on the mound or in front of a group of inquiring first-grade minds - and that is the perfect makeup for a major league pitcher. Especially one who wants to make New York his pitching home."
3/10: Aaron Heilman (98 MVP) Minors full of Major Prospects "Heilman, 24, started to explain some theories of Copernicus. "I don't know if this is going to help me with my pitching, but it's certainly interesting reading," Heilman said."
3/10: Bobby Crosby (99) Shortstop waiting behind Tejada "Crosby leads the team with six RBIs. The A's No.1 draft pick from 2001, Crosby is likely to begin the season at Triple-A Sacramento, but he'd like to be in the majors by September."
3/8: Jason Lane (96-97 MVP) Who's on first? Lately it's Lane
3/8: Prospect watch: Jerrod Riggan (94)
3/7: Christian Parker (95) Reassigned to the NYY minor league camp on Thursday
3/7: Added Onward and Upward | Blooper Award | Jason Lane to play in Dominican Republic to Jason Lane
3/7: Added 2000 Shrine of the Eternal | Quotes to Bill Lee
3/6: Dave Jensen (99) Professional baseball a tough transition"Coach Law played in the big leagues," Carson said. "He knew how it was. He ran BYU baseball similar to how a minor league team would be run. I didn't see a lot of changes. He respects the players. He was a real players' coach and treated us as if we were equals." Part of becoming a professional baseball player is having your own baseball cards. Sports card companies produced cards of both Carson and Jensen in 2002." (The Goldpanners produced two cards)
3/6: Jose Cruz, Jr. (93) Giants seek quick fix with Cruz Jr.
3/5: Robert Ramsay (94) Continues his comeback with Padres "I got through an inning," Ramsay said. "You've got to walk before you can run. I'm pleased with being able to complete an inning."
3/5: Added Coatesville defeats Conestoga | Raider repeat as Champions to David Bush
3/5: Added San Diego Hall of Champions: Dave Winfield to Dave Winfield (71-72)
3/4: Mike Benjamin (85) Cerritos College Alumni - George Horton  (83)
3/3: Dave Winfield (71-72) Returns as Padres Instructor
3/2: Mike Kelly (89 MVP) Giving baseball one more try "There were those who compared him to Dave Winfield (71-72) and others who compared him to Darryl Strawberry (80R) and, of course, those who made the inevitable Barry Bonds (83) connection."
3/2: Royals sign Darrell May (91)
3/1: Jacque Jones (94) Named MVP of the Pepsi Challenge (3-for-3, double)
2/27: Jason Aspito (99) Outrighted to Angels for future considerations
2/27: Tony Zuniga (94) Signed by Toronto Blue Jays
2/22: Pat Meares (89) Placed on Pittsburgh (GVD in 03!) 60-day disabled list with injured left hand 2/20: Dan Plesac (81) Heeds Baseball's call (Oldest Panner in Majors)
2/20: Bob Boone (66-67-68) Helps out Adam Dunn
2/20: Bill Lee (66-67) Still livid at Zimmer for Gopher-ball game slight
2/20: Adam Kennedy (95) Aim: Second to None
2/20: Pat Meares (89) Cigna covers $5.2m of $7.5 contract for Pirates
2/20: Jimy Williams (65) A spring in his step 2/19: Batting around with Jason Phillips (94)
2/19: Barry Bonds (83) Candid about career and surgery "Maybe Tony Gwynn will let me be a hitting coach (at San Diego State)," Bonds said of the former San Diego Padres outfielder, who won eight NL batting titles. "Now I've got something he has."
2/13: Major League 40-man Rosters Added to Professionals  
2/12: Mike Kelly (89 MVP) Once more, for the love of the game Agreed to a minor league deal last month with the Kansas City Royals and will report to their new Surprise spring training facility March 4.
2/4: Keith Lockhart (85) Signed by Padres to MILB contract, invited to camp as non-roster
2/3: Barry Bonds (83) Accepts NL MVP and Hank Aaron Award
2/3: Jacque Jones (94) Signed two-year $7.1 million contract with Twins
2/3: Spaceman barnstorming this summer
1/28: Jose Cruz Jr (93) Signs with San Francisco
1/27: Adam Kennedy (95) To attend alumni game
1/22: Jason Lane (96-97) On Venezuela baseball shutdown
1/21: Jason Lane (96-97) Isn't resting this offseason
1/19: Christian Parker (95) Signed by Yankees, Invited to Spring Camp
1/19: Royce Ring (00) Warthogs Minor League Card | All-time Rookie Card
1/19: Joe Szekeley (81) Will Return as Manager
1/18: Tom Goodwin (87) Signed by Chicago Cubs, invited to spring
1/18: Adam Kennedy (95) Signed to one-year contract with Anaheim
1/13: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) Cats offense still absent | Grand victory for Cats
1/13: Greg Sain (99-00) Sain Player Page | Sain Producing
1/12: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) Pittsfield Astros vs. Williamsport Crosscutters | Brooksy Pic 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
1/12: Graig Nettles (64-65) 1998 Yankees Old-Timers Game | Nettles Pic 1
1/12: Barry Bonds (83), Brent Mayne (86) 1998 Phillies vs. Giants Game | Brent Pic 1 | Barry Pic 1 | More Barry
1/12: Tom Seaver (64-65) Baseball Hall of Fame | Tom Terrific Cy Young Award
1/12: Misc: Jose Cruz Jr. (93) Pic 1 ; Tom Goodwin (87) Pic 1 | Others
1/5: Terry Francona (78) Getting healthy after serious scare
1/5: Alaska Born Major Leaguers
1/2: Jason Lane (96-97) 2002 Game-by-game log
1/12: Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP) Pittsfield Astros vs. Williamsport Crosscutters | Brooksy Pic 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6
1/12: Graig Nettles (64-65) 1998 Yankees Old-Timers Game | Nettles Pic 1
1/12: Barry Bonds (83), Brent Mayne (86) 1998 Phillies vs. Giants Game | Brent Pic 1 | Barry Pic 1 | Barry Flings Bat | More Barry
1/12: Tom Seaver (64-65) Baseball Hall of Fame | Tom Terrific Cy Young Award
1/12: Misc: Jose Cruz Jr. (93) | Pic 1 ; Tom Goodwin (87) | Pic 1 | Others
1/12: James D. Teresco Collection | 2001 Trip to Alaska (ABL Baseball?)
1/12: Boone, Bonds, Giambi
1/11: Keith Lockhart (85) Parts ways with Braves
1/11: Jim Rushford (94) Home with the Rangers

2000 | 2001 | 2002

MLB Transactions | Minor League Transactions


12/29/3: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Named Preseason All-American
12/29/3: 2004 Pre-Season All-Americans - Will Fenton (03) Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP)
12/18/3: Ed Cheff (2002-03-04R) Interview with High School Baseball Web
12/14/3: George Horton (81-83) Named College Coach of the Year by Baseball America - Dave Brundage (85) (Minor League Manager of the Year), Barry Bonds (83) Player of the Year
12/10/3: Q&A With ASU Coach Mike Rooney (99)11/29/3: Ryan Garko (00) Budding beyond his nickname
11/25/3: Ryan Garko (00) Five 2000 Team Rookie Cards for One Price
11/24/3: Ryan Garko (00) Named Stanford's 2003 Most Valuable Player - Ryan Garko took home both the Stanford MVP award and the Jack Shepard Memorial Award
11/24/3: Lewis-Clark State College Ranked #1 IN NAIA in Pre-Season Poll
11/24/3: Brad A. Davis (03), Emerson Frostad (03), Marc Kaiser (02) - Named to 2003 NAIA All-American Teams
11/11/3: Brett Garrard (02) Named co-captain of Ohio State
10/16/3: Todd Winston (90-91) Named Head Coach of Northern Ohio Baseball in Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League "Todd spent his summers playing for the Alaska Goldpanners coached by then San Diego State Head Coach Jim Dietz. He was a two-time all-star and stills hold the record for throwing out would be base stealers at 70%. He was also a 1992 U.S. Olympic invitee"
9/29: Mike Moat (00) Invited to try out for Olympic squad
9/29: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Aztecs incoming recruit class
9/3: Tim Montgomery (02-03) Leaves UH for Indians - Signed with Cleveland (23rd Round Pick in 2003), will report later this month
8/15: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) ASU committee denies pitcher's appeal in transfer case "Schroyer's father, Lynn, denied that anything unscrupulous occurred and said that Murphy was the one who suggested Schroyer transfer to Fullerton, which had eliminated ASU in a NCAA super regional just five days earlier. Murphy said he did not do so."
8/15: Transfer ruling may come today for ASU pitcher "Arizona State closer Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) will learn today or Thursday whether his appeal to allow him to transfer to Cal State Fullerton will be granted by a three person panel"
8/14: "Newspapers in Arizona report that Arizona State closer Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) will transfer to San Diego State for his senior season. Sun Devils coaches had blocked his plan to transfer to CS-Fullerton. Schroyer was 5-2, 1.53 with 9 saves this spring" (SD Sports Town)
8/4: Zags Baseball Players Earn Summer League Honors "Culpepper earned first-team All-Alaska League honors playing for the Alaska Goldpanners club this summer."
7/5: Tim Leary Joins UCLA Baseball Coaching Staff
7/5: Ryan Garko (00) Wins Johnny Bench Award
7/2: Steve Rodriguez (90) Pepperdine Page
6/19: Fenton Named Third-Team All-America "Fenton, also named third-team All-America by Collegiate Baseball, is spending his summer pitching for the Fairbanks (Alaska) Goldpanners."
6/15: Will Fenton (03) UW: Where are they going this summer?
6/7 : Todd Jennings (02) Extends Hitting Streak to 27 in loss to Stanford | Devils lose to CSF
6/5: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Four UNR Players Drafted | Red Sox Draft Roundup
6/5: Ryan Garko (00) Finally proving all the critics wrong | All-American Team
6/5: Marc Tugwell (01) Named to Louisville Slugger Division I All-America second team | Big East co-player of the year | led the Hokies in batting average (.398), at-bats (226), runs (64), hits (90), doubles (17) and slugging percentage (.580)."
6/2: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) | NCAA All-Regional Team
6/2: Brett Garrard (02) NCAA All-Regional Team
5/30: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) First team All PAC-10
5/30: J.P. Gagne (02) Named Academic All-American
5/28: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Astros agree to terms with Robinson
5/28: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Ryan Haag (02) Named to WAC Second Team
5/28: Ryan Garko (00) Named PAC-10 Co-Player of the Year
5/27: Will Fenton (03) Named PAC-10 Pitcher of the Week | First Team All-PAC 10
5/24: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) All-WCC First Team
5/24: Jeff Culpepper (Gonzaga) (03  MVP) All-WCC Honorable Mention
5/21: J.P. Gagne (02) All BIG EAST third team
5/20: Ryan Garko (00) Named Johnny Bench Semifinalist for Second Time
5/21: WSU to retire Bobo's number "In 1980 and 1981, Brayton managed the Anchorage Glacier Pilots of the Alaska League. In 1982, he created the Pullman-based Palouse Empire Cougars to showcase Washington State players. Palouse played in the Alaska League until 1988, when the team disbanded after the NCAA changed the rules about how many players from a single college were allowed to play on the same summer league team."
5/20: Added Two days change Estrella forever | Gambling on Government to Peninsula Oilers "All the seasons - with Saddleback High, with the Kenai (Alaska) Peninsula Oilers in 1995, the Cal State Fullerton Titans and the Class-A Bellingham (Wash.) Mariners in 1996, the Class-A San Jose Giants in 1997 and 1998, the Double-A Shreveport (La.) Swamp Dragons in 1999 and 2001 and the Triple-A Grizzlies from 1999 to 2003 - led him to PNC Park."
5/20: Added Devoted to the Diamond to Mat-Su Miners "Pete Christopher, the new general manager of the Mat-Su Miners, has put in untold hours renovating what already was the prettiest ballpark in the state. Now, to go along with the mountainous view, the field is spectacular as well."
5/20: UAS to graduate 179 "H.A. (Red) Boucher, president of Alaska Wireless Inc., will give the commencement address and receive an honorary doctor of letters degree. Boucher, 82, "represents the first wave of the new pioneers of Alaska, whose leadership has created the infrastructure to help better govern the state," the university said.  Boucher founded the Alaska Goldpanner college-level baseball team, and about 170 of its players went on to play Major League baseball. He was mayor of Fairbanks, lieutenant governor of Alaska under Gov. William Egan, and a state representative from Anchorage."
5/18: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Picks up third win of season
5/18: Blake Gill (02 MVP) 2-for-4, HR, clinches title
5/17: Drew Jenson (03) Picks up eighth win of season vs UNM | Shuts out UNLV for 7th
5/16: Todd Jennings (02) Extends hit streak to 20 games; Hofius, Davis 2 hits, Ramos wins | Davis • Hofius
5/15: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Beat Rice for second time this season!!
5/11: J.P. Gagne (02) Sets Notre Dame record for saves in a season
5/11: Will Fenton (03) Struck out five in two and two-thirds for the save at UCLA
5/11: James Guerrero (03) Three hits in the loss at Brigham Young
5/11: Derek Bruce (03) 4-for-5 day, two doubles, two SB
5/11: Ryan Strain (01) Two hits, two runs Saturday versus Rice
5/10: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) Homers, drives in three
5/10: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Comets reap regional as baseball hosts "Comets center fielder Scott Robinson (Rancho Bernardo), selected by the Astros in the seventh round of the 2002 draft, figures to draw major league attention again next month in the draft. He leads Palomar with 46 RBI and carries a .378 batting average with eight home runs."
5/9: Kyle Allen (03) Punches out Gauchos with CGV | OEC Second Team | Strikes out 18 batters "That was by far the best game I've ever pitched," said Allen, who scattered seven hits en route to his fourth complete game of the season. "Every time I go out there, I'm hoping to pitch well and try to take some of the pressure off of my teammates."
5/9: Kyle Allen (03) Smokeless Tobacco Advocate No More "The target of the show was Kyle Allen a ball player from Orange Coast Community College in Costa Mesa, Calif. who is an avid user of smokeless tobacco. Allen came to Tucson thinking he was attending an exhibition game showcasing the top 40 players in the nation. Actually the players were members of the Pima Community College menΉs baseball team who were disguised as the Sidewinders. Kyle had no idea what was going to be sprung on him. Early on in the Kyle was ejected from the game for chewing tobacco."
5/9: Aaron Mathews (03) PAC-10 Player of the Week | 5-for-5, ties OSU Record
5/7: Ryan Garko (00) NCBWA Co-Hitter of the Week | Another
5/6: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Batters Knuckle Under to Basch's Sidearm Delivery | Basch Gets Victory, Saves UNR Title Hopes
5/5: Ed Cheff (02-03) Cheff's Rule: Stay Focused
5/5: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) WAC leading ninth save of the season  "The nine saves is the second best single season in school history, one back of Rico Lagattuta's 10 set in 1995. His nine saves is also tied for fifth on the Nevada career saves list with Doug Van Tress(1988-01)."
5/5: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) 11th Save of Season | Hill Wants Perez on the Mound
5/5: Ryan Garko (00) 4-for-4, 2HR (GS), 7RBI, SB ""I had this series circled on my calendar," said Garko, a native of Walnut in Southern California. "I'm glad I could play so well in my last regular season collegiate series near my home."
5/4: Chad Corona (02) GW-RBI Double against UNLV
5/4: Scott Robinson (01-02 MVP) Added 13 Palomar Pics By Wayne Short
5/3: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) Beat Kyle Huddy, LMU
5/3: Ryan Garko (0011th HR, 4H, 3R for team-leading 55 RBI - ties career-high RBI total from 2002
5/1: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Retired the side in the 9th for eighth save of the year "Basch walked the first batter he faced in right fielder Matthew Inouye but Bock flew out to left field for the first out of the inning. Pinch hitter Kevin Gilbride flew out to right field and Inouye was doubled up at first base to end the inning. It was the fourth double play the Pack turned in the game."
4/28: Clay Johnson (02-03) Named PAC-10 Player of the Week
4/27: Jeff Culpepper (Gonzaga) (03 MVP) 7-for-10 in doubleheader sweep of USD
4/27: Todd Jennings (02) 3R HR in win over Gauchos - Ramos 5.2 innings, 3H, 6BB, 1R
4/26: Chad Corona (02) Two HR in win over Air Force ; Four hits for James Guerrero (03R) Complete Game Victory for Mike Moat (02)
4/25: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Earned seventh save in 2.1IP vs. Bulldogs - Strain sac-fly
4/26: Chad Corona (02) Two HR in win over Air Force ; Four hits for James Guerrero (03) Complete Game Victory for Mike Moat (02)
4/25: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Earned seventh save in 2.1IP vs. Bulldogs - Strain sac-fly
4/24: James Guerrero (03) Baseball visits USD "Freshman shortstop James Guerrero has missed the last four games after injuring his shoulder diving for a pop fly at New Mexico on April 12. Guerrero is also proving himself as a hitter in his first year at SDSU, batting .311 with eight doubles, three triples, two homers and a team-leading 30 runs batted in. In addition, he is tied for first on the squad with 31 runs scored. He is batting .404 (19-for-47) with runners in scoring position and has recorded 12 two-out RBIs this season."
4/24: Todd Jennings (02) 3-for-6, solo HR vs LMU
4/22: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Beat Rice, #1 team in nation - 5 IP, 1 H, 5K, 0R  "The side-arming reliever, the third Nevada pitcher, allowed the Owls only one hit over the final five innings to pick up his first win of the season. He struck out five and did not allow a walk. The only Rice batter to reach base off him was Chris Kolkhorst, who doubled in the seventh and reached on an error in the ninth. "
4/22: Blake Gill (02 MVP) 6-for-12 over weekend; 16-for-39 in last 10 games.
4/22: Chad Corona (02) 3R Home Run in 9th; Lindsey does well
4/22: Todd Jennings (02) 8-for-25 in six games as leadoff hitter: 4-for-10, 5R over weekend.
4/18: Brandon Averill (02) Hit by pitch from younger brother Erik in UCLA win over ASU
4/18: Ryan Johnson (00) Sick of the weather
4/12: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) Dominates Santa Clara from plate, field and mound
4/12: Tim Montgomery (02-03) 2-for-5, HR, 3RBI
4/12: Will Fenton (03) Picked up win (2-0), struck out 5 in 3 2/3 innings
4/9: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) Earns 7th save in huge USD win over USC
4/9: Brad Davis (03) 2R, pinch-hit 2B wins it for Beach
4/9: Ryan Johnson (00) FSU: The Deacons' Demons
4/8: Mike Moat (02) Receives 2nd MWC Pitcher of the Week award
4/6: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Collects sixth save for UNR
4/6: Ryan Garko (00) 3-for-4, 2HR, 4RBI vs WSU - Hitting .586 with four homers and 16 RBI in his past seven games and picked up his 200th career hit with his eighth-inning homer.
4/6: Will Fenton (03) Struck out five for save over OSU
4/5: Tim Montgomery (02-03) Confidence the key with UH's Montgomery "I built up a lot of confidence up there," said Montgomery. "Coach Cheff motivates you to succeed. He doesn't deal with losses or failures very well. He made sure you worked hard."
4/4: Tony Perez (01MVP-02) Closes out Matadors, Toreros Win Again
4/4: Ryan Johnson (00) Deacons go 4-0-snow
4/4: Mike Moat (02) 7.1 inning win over BYU - Improves to 3-3 on season
3/31: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Picks up seventh save against USC
3/30: J.P. Gagne (02) Closed the game with a scoreless ninth - 74th career appearance with the Irish - moving past Mike Coffey ('90) into third place in the ND record book, behind Chris Michalak (92; '90-'93) and Aaron Heilman (83; '98-'01).
3/30: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) WAC Pitcher of the Week retires side in 9th to hold off Riverside
3/30: Ryan Johnson (00) Deacons lose bragging rights (fixed link)
  3/24: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) NAMED WAC PITCHER OF THE WEEK
3/23: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Fifth save of the season
3/21: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Picks up 3rd save ; UNR beats Hawai'i
3/21: Blake Gill (02 MVP) 3-for-5 with triple in win over GA
3/18: Erik Eigenhuis (00) MWC Pitcher of the Week - Senior first-timer
3/18: Derek Bruce (03) Eighth-inning homer in win over Portland
3/15: Ryan Haag (02) Shines in rain-delayed win "I had an RBI chance earlier against that guy and didn't get it done," Haag said. "I had to answer back for myself."
3/15: Mike Hofius (02) Hits second homer of series against WSU
3/14: Nick Walsh (03) Almost saves ASU with RBI in 8th
3/12: Brandon Averill (02) Named Pac-10 Player of the Week .417 (5-for-12) over the weekend and led the team with seven RBI in UCLA's 2-1 series win over No. 18 USC
3/12: Tony Perez (01-02) Named San Diego Baseball Player of the week "He went 7-for-14 with a homer, seven runs scored and five RBI. He also earned two saves as USD won three games out of four last week."
3/12: Derek Bruce (03) 2-for2 in loss to LCSC ; Kaiser wins third
3/12: Ryan Johnson (00)Feeling Blue? Lasorda is the cure
3/10: Marc Tugwell (01) BIG EAST Player of the Week - Hit .522 during Tech's five games last week.
3/10: Ryan Johnson (00) Leaves game after two hits, re-aggravating ankle injury
3/10: Will Fenton (03) Notches fourth save ; Dowling wins
3/9: Ryan Garko (00) Leads Stanford in RBI
3/8: J.P. Gagne (02) Named BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week
3/8: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) on ASU - "ASU could have the nation's best (ace)" 
3/8: Brad Davis (03) 3-for-4, SB in Beach loss to Baylor
3/7: Grant Rogers (02) Linfield has offense for NWC title run | News-Register Sports
3/6: Mike Hofius (02) Starts for first time in two weeks
3/6: Derek Bruce (03) Cougars at Huskies
3/6: Eric Doble (00) 2003 CAC Pitching Coach
3/5: Karaoke and playing in a big-league dome - By Ryan Johnson, 2000 Goldpanner "If you think some of the American Idol tryouts were bad, you should hear 30 tone-deaf baseball players sing the karaoke classic, Pour Some Sugar on Me." (first of an ongoing series)
3/5: Chad Corona (02) Santa Fe Christian athlete starring for SDSU "I sat and I prayed about it with my parents and my pastor,” Corona said. “What it came down to was putting Jesus in front of what I wanted to do. (Through prayer) I realized that Jesus had always been good to me, so why change now?” 2000: Corona decides to stay and play
3/4: Tim Montgomery (02-03) Two HR, Grand Slam | Kills Hilo "I've had like, one other one, back in the day — little league days, I think." said Montgomery. "I wasn't really thinking about hitting a grand slam. You try and do that, it never works out. I also got some help from the trade winds."
3/3: Scott Robinson (02 MVP) Palomar JC Player Page | Up to Date Stats (Batting .340 with 4 doubles, 4 home runs, 16 runs scored and 12 RBIs as of March 1)
3/3: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Picks up 5th save as ASU ties best start ever
3/3: Chad Corona (02) Curt Mendoza (03R) Knocks in winner, Corona doubles
3/3: J.P. Gagne (02) Six shutout innings in win
3/3: Roger Lincoln (02) Picks up save in game one, win in game two
3/3: Will Fenton (03) Works 2 2/3, 5Ks (3 in 9th); gets win
3/3: Two-run single from T. Best, Grand Slam from B. Ryan in LCSC win
3/2: Derek Bruce (03) Lewiston native 3-for-4 in WSU rout of Cheff's LCSC
3/1: Ryan Haag (02) Aggressive Intentions "Haag was ejected earlier after a violent home-plate collision that saw both benches cleared. To see a guy be willing to do something like that for the team got everyone fired up"
3/1: Jake McLintock (03) 2R HR in loss to OSU ; Corona triples; Moat 7IP, no decision
2/27: Will Fenton (03) Picks up save in Husky win
2/26: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Pac-10 Pitcher of the Week
2/26: J.P. Gagne (02) Receives $2K for Post-Grad work - BIG EAST/Aιropostale Male Scholar-Athlete of the Week
2/25: Todd Jennings (02-03) Homers in LBSU win over Cal
2/25: Chad Corona (02) Homers in SDSU loss at Miami
2/25: Nick Blasi (03) Hit three-run home run; .308 on season
2/24: Tim Montgomery (02-03) Three-run blast in win over shockers
2/23: Mike Moat, Pitching in for the cause - "I loved it up there. The atmosphere, everyone wanted to win it all. To top it off, we made it to Wichita and won it all."
2/22: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Loses to #3 CSF despite 5IP with only 1R ; Strain (01) 2-for-4
2/22: J.P. Gagne (02) Closes 9th for save in UND's first game
2/18: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Loses heartbreaker to Stanford
2/17: Mike Moat (02) Named MWC Pitcher of the Week
2/17: Mike Moat (02) 8IP, 9K, 3H, 0BB
2/16: Zak Basch (01-02 MVP) Picks up second save
2/16: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Named To Rotary Smith Award Watch List
2/16: Tim Montgomery (02-03) 2-for-3 with two doubles, a run scored and an RBI
2/16: Ryan Garko (00) Hits key 2R HR in bottom of eighth
2/16: Will Fenton (03) Picks up save against LMU
2/15: Mike Hofius (02) Two hits in win over WSU ; Bruce (03) error
2/15: J.P. Gagne (02) Set To Captain Irish In 2003 Season
2/12: Tim Montgomery (02) 1-for-3 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored
2/12: Blake Gill (02 MVP) Clobbers Centenary "the Tigers' leading hitter at .500, went 2-for-4 and now has two hits in every game this season. LSU Gill Page
2/11: Ryan Garko (00) 3-for-4, HR, 4 RBI - Tied a career-high four RBI
2/11: Northridge Bests UNR to take series - Basch and Robertson hold opponents scoreless
2/11: Clay Johnson (02-03) One run in six innings as the Huskies beat Houston, 4-1
2/11: Blake Gill (02 MVP) Clobbers Centenary "the Tigers' leading hitter at .500, went 2-for-4 and now has two hits in every game this season."
2/10: Derek Bruce (03) Triple, RBI in loss
2/9: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Picks up win vs. BYU; 3-0 on season
2/9: Blake Gill (02 MVP) Game-winning RBI in 8th inning | 2-for-5
2/9: Derek Bruce (03) 3-for-5, Solo HR
2/8: Mike Weathers (1986-87-88) Named Coach on 2003 Team USA
2/8: Ryan Haag (02) Breaks up no-hit bid by Littleton!
2/8: Rayner Noble UH Page (81)
2/6: Ryan Garko (00) Another Senior sticks around
2/6: Ryan Haag (02) 1 for 4 in Fresno State Debut
2/3: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) 1IP, 1H, 1SO, Save #3
2/3: Blake Gill (02 MVP) Tigers to go with hot bat at first base
2/3: Tim Montgomery (02-03) UH Baseball Preview "Fall conditioning really helped Tim. He has tremendous instincts and is the best in our conference at tracking balls. He is still a work in progress offensively but is much better at not chasing breaking balls."
2/3: Ryan Haag (02) On "The System" at Fresno St.
2/3: Don Leppert (97) Inducted into Indiana Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame
2/2: Zak Basch (02 MVP) I3IP, 0R, Save #1
2/2: Scott Robertson (02) 1R in 1 2/3 innings
2/1: Mike Hofius (02) 3-for-5 3RBI in rout of ASU Todd Jennings (02) 2 run single Box Score [ABL: Alvarez (MSM 00-01) Fri; Weaver (ANB 02) Sat]
2/1: Mike Moat (02) 1ER over 6IP, takes loss
2/1: John Voita (02) Matadors beat Bruins in Debut for Rousey "Voita ended the game 3-for-5 with two runs, an RBI and a stolen base"
2/1: Tony Perez (01-02) 2-for-3, 3R in 9-7 loss to Texas
1/31: Tim Wallach (78) CSF Titus to Award Golden Spikes Winners - Tim will be presented with his Cal State Fullerton jersey in a ceremony before the game | George Horton (81) | Mike Weathers (86-87-88) | Steve Rousey (98-99) | Vance Law (77)
1/28: Mike Moat (02) San Diego Pitcher of the Week
1/27: Scott Robinson (02 MVP) #9 Top Prospect 2003 Draft;  #1 Signable Freshman Prosect; #2 Freshman Overall
1/27: Marc Kaiser (02) #1 Top Prospect NAIA, NAIA All-American Team - BA "The Warriors face a big rebuilding job but got an unexpected boost when junior RHP-OF Marc Kaiser, a fourth-round pick out of high school, transferred from Arizona. Kaiser went 5-4, 5.77 at Arizona last year while batting  .291-7-31. L-C State also returns SS Jay Knowlton (02), a fifth-year senior who was drafted in the 24th round last year by the Giants . . . Lewis-Clark State, which will again serve as host for the NAIA World Series, produced more 2002 big leaguers (five) than any non Division I four-year school."
1/26: Tony Perez (01-02) 4-for-5, 3RBI in opener, pitches
1/26: Ryan Garko (00) 3-for-5 with 2 RBI in Opener
1/26: LBSU Alumni Game - Crosby (00), Kennedy (98), Mike Hofius (02), Todd Jennings (02)
1/26: Mike Moat (02) Pitches strong until pitch count; ASU wins, 2nd save for closer Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP)
1/21: Steve Abney (90) Hired to Coach Topeka Capitals
1/20: Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Picks up first save of season
1/20: Scott Robinson (02 MVP) Comets seek fourth crown in six years "Vetter landed an outstanding group of newcomers, led by Scott Robinson, a two-time All-CIF-San Diego Section selection and the Astros' seventh-round draft pick out of Rancho Bernardo High School. Robinson throws from both sides and plays outfield, catcher and first base. Robinson batted .448 as a high school senior with 23 doubles, 14 homers and 44 RBIs."
1/20: Ryan Haag (02) Named to 2003 all-WAC team
1/20: Single by Faruq Darcuiel (94-97), two run HR by Chad Corona (02) - Ben Julianel (00) , Mike Moat (02), Joe Bernhard (96)
1/20: Mike Hofius (02)  2003 All-Conference
1/20: Ryan Johnson (00) Wake Forest Wallpaper
1/14: Jim Thomas (81) Asst. Coach | Wichita State
1/14: J.J. Brock (97) Assistant Coach | St. Mary's to Collegians
1/14: Eric Valenzuela (97-98) Assistant Coach | St. Mary's to Collegians
1/22: Jose Cruz Jr (93) Orioles extend $2M offer
1/11: Scott Striklin (91) Assistant Coach, Georgia Tech
1/11: Steve Gillispie (92) Assistant Coach, Jacksonville St. to Collegians
1/11: Steve Mrowka (86) Head Coach, Georgia College & State U. to Collegians
1/10: ASU Open(ed) Saturday! - Old-Timers Game - Mike Kelly (89 MVP), Brooks Conrad (99-00 MVP), Ryan Schroyer (02 MVP) Don Wakamatsu (83), Ken Phelps (74), Eric Doble (00), All-American pitcher Floyd Bannister (1974-75), and All-American pitcher Eddie Bane (82).
1/10: Ed Cheff - Lewis-Clark State Ranked #1
1/6: Chad Corona (02) Earns Baseball America Pre-Season All-American Honors
1/6: Baseball America Pre-Season All-Americans