Bret Barberie
American baseball player
Bret Barberie
Bret Edward Barberie is a former professional baseball infielder. He is an alumnus of the University of Southern California. Drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 7th round of the 1988 Major League Baseball Draft, Barberie would make his major league debut with the Montreal Expos on June 16, 1991, and appear in his final game on June 22, 1996.
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Bedard to return to rotation Friday - MLB.com
Google News - over 5 years
The only higher numbers belonged to Bobby Hofman of the New York Giants (.544 in 169 at-bats in 1953) and Bret Barberie of Montreal (.515 in 136 at-bats in 1991). Bret Boone holds the highest slugging percentage by a Seattle rookie second baseman at
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NYTimes - over 19 years
BASEBALL National Association Of Professional Baseball Leagues NAPBL -- Elected Ken Young to a three-year term on the board of trustees. American League ANAHEIM ANGELS -- Agreed to terms with C Matt Walbeck on a one-year contract. DETROIT TIGERS -- Agreed to terms with INF Bill Ripken on a minor-league contract. KANSAS CITY ROYALS -- Named Tom
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BASEBALL;McGriff's 300th Homer Aids Smoltz
NYTimes - almost 21 years
Braves 9, Reds 5 Fred McGriff hit the 300th homer of his career and John Smoltz became the first nine-game winner in the majors yesterday, leading the host Atlanta Braves to a 9-5 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. The Braves beat the Reds for the 11th straight time. McGriff, on pace for the best season of his career with 11 homers, 40 runs batted
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NYTimes - almost 21 years
Baseball American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES -- Released Mark Lee, pitcher. CHICAGO WHITE SOX -- Optioned Luis Andujar, James Baldwin, Scott Ruffcorn and Mike Sirotka, pitchers, and Olmedo Saenz, to Nashville of the American Association. Sent Richard Sauveur, pitcher, and Chris Tremie, catcher, to their minor-leagu camp. SEATTLE MARINERS -- Placed
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NYTimes - over 21 years
Baseball American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES -- Agreed to terms with Roberto Alomar, second baseman, on a three-year contract. Declined to offer 1996 contracts to Bret Barberie, second baseman; Leo Gomez, third baseman; and Terry Clark and Ben McDonald, pitchers. BOSTON RED SOX -- Agreed to terms with Tom Gordon, pitcher, on a two-year contract.
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BASEBALL;Sanders and Others Not Offered Contracts
NYTimes - over 21 years
Four pitchers who have pitched in World Series games, a member of the Dallas Cowboys' defense and offense, a former rookie of the year and the pitcher with the major league record for consecutive losses fell into the non-tender trap yesterday. With clubs looking to cut payrolls any way they can, some players learned yesterday, the deadline, that
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BASEBALL; McDowell's Back Strain Puts Damper on Victory
NYTimes - over 21 years
Jack McDowell against Mike Mussina is a matchup of two of the best pitchers in the league. Yankee Manager Buck Showalter called their skirmish last month -- a 3-0 New York victory at Yankee Stadium -- the finest combined pitching performance he had ever witnessed. Jokingly, Showalter wondered whether tonight's game might end with a 10-9 score. He
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BASEBALL; Sloppy Loss Leaves Yanks Trailing in Playoff Race
NYTimes - over 21 years
Throw strikes. It is the first commandment of pitching, the first instruction Little Leaguers receive and the only way for a pitcher to be effective in the major leagues. Sterling Hitchcock ignored the ancient advice tonight and paid the price. Hitchcock pitched a one-hitter into the sixth inning, but his evening was hardly artistic. He walked nine
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BASEBALL; Late Baltimore Rally Turns Back Red Sox
NYTimes - over 21 years
Orioles 10, Red Sox 7 Harold Baines homered in a five-run eighth inning, and the host Baltimore Orioles extended the Boston Red Sox's losing streak to a season-high four games with a 10-7 comeback victory last night. Mike Greenwell hit two homers and Jose Canseco and Mo Vaughn also homered for the Red Sox, who had taken a 7-5 lead in the top of the
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BASEBALL; Bulldog Days: It's All McDowell as Yanks Triumph
NYTimes - over 21 years
With all the hoopla before the game, with all the news conferences that were held (three), with all the attention showered on Darryl Strawberry, Bobby Bonilla and Cal Ripken -- with all of that and more, the Yankees and the Orioles also played a baseball game at Yankee Stadium last night. A big one. For both teams. And it was a good one. Strawberry
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BASEBALL; Vaughn and Red Sox Both Start Fast
NYTimes - over 21 years
Red Sox 9, Blue Jays 3 Mo Vaughn homered, doubled and drove in four runs in the first three innings as the Boston Red Sox scored five times in the first and cruised to an easy 9-3 victory over Toronto last night in the Skydome. The victory kept American League East-leading Boston four and one-half games ahead of the Yankees. Vaughn had a
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BASEBALL; Rangers' Rally Ends Slide At 10
NYTimes - over 21 years
Rangers 2, Orioles 1 Will Clark and Mickey Tettleton hit consecutive run-scoring doubles in the eighth inning last night to help the Texas Rangers end their 10-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the host Baltimore Orioles. The Rangers were on the verge of their fourth consecutive one-run loss before rallying to beat the Orioles for the
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BASEBALL; Two Pirate Outfielders Injured in Frightening Collision
NYTimes - over 21 years
Braves 3, Pirates 1 Pirate right fielder Dave Clark broke his left collarbone and center fielder Jacob Brumfield suffered facial cuts after they collided while chasing a fly ball yesterday at Three Rivers Stadium in a loss to Atlanta. Pinch-hitter Dwight Smith hit a two-run single off Jim Gott to break a 10th-inning tie and carry the Braves to a
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NYTimes - almost 22 years
Baseball American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES -- Agreed to terms with Bret Barberie, second baseman, on a one-year contract. MINNESOTA TWINS -- Signed Scott Leius, third baseman, to a one-year contract. TEXAS RANGERS -- Activated Juan Gonzalez, outfielder, from the 15-day disabled list. Designated Shawn Hare, outfielder, for reassignment. Signed Tim
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BASEBALL; Bullpen Aces Squander McDowell's Big Effort
NYTimes - almost 22 years
The day started badly enough for Yankee Manager Buck Showalter when he learned Don Mattingly's troublesome right eye would make him unavailable for at least the opener of a three-game series with the Orioles. His mood would get worse about 12 hours later when the Yankees let a badly needed victory slip away by blowing a two-run lead in the ninth
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BASEBALL '95: NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST; Next Year, the Olympics. This Year, the Braves.
NYTimes - almost 22 years
This preview was prepared and written by Murray Chass. Teams are listed in alphabetical order. The Mets preview is on page 9. ATLANTA BRAVES Their streak of three consecutive first-place finishes ended last year, but they can extend their division championship streak to four because no champions were declared. With the Expos having dismantled the
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Baseball; Even Carter Can't Save Blue Jays From Defeat
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Royals 11, Blue Jays 9 Brent Mayne hit his first career grand slam as the Kansas City Royals rallied from a five-run deficit and beat the Blue Jays, 11-9, in Toronto yesterday, sending the Blue Jays to their eighth loss in 11 games. Kansas City, which fell behind by 5-0 in the first, trailed by 7-3 in the third before Felix Jose's run-scoring
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BASEBALL; Vizquel's Glove Suddenly Turns to Brass
NYTimes - almost 23 years
Royals 12, Indians 9 Shortstop Omar Vizquel, a Gold Glove winner last season, committed three errors that led to seven Kansas City runs yesterday and the visiting Royals beat the Cleveland Indians, 12-9. The rookie Bob Hamelin drove in a career-high five runs for the Royals, three on a home run in the fifth. The Indians squandered leads of 5-1, 8-5
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BASEBALL; What Were They Chanting? '100 Wins in '94'?
NYTimes - over 23 years
Sid Fernandez gave a meaningless game some meaning for five and one-third innings tonight. That's how long the Mets' left-hander held the Florida Marlins without a hit. Bret Barberie ended the suspense with a soft liner to center field. Later that inning, Fernandez also lost his shutout. But the victory was no problem, a 7-1 triumph that was the
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