Craig Reynolds
American baseball player
Craig Reynolds
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Seattle Mariners All-Stars through the years
Seattle Pi - over 4 years
Since the franchise’s inception in 1979 1977, 37 different players have represented the Seattle Mariners in the MLB All-Star Game, the oldest and most storied exhibition in American professional sports. Their selections range from the obvious — Ken Griffey Jr. in 1996 — to the head-scratching — second baseman Craig Reynolds in 1978. That’s part of what makes the MLB All-Star Game so such more memorable than its counterparts in other sports. Since every team in baseball has to be represented, the All-Star game serves as a unique snapshot of the season at hand. It puts the essence of every team in the league in the harshest of light. When [...]
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Alumni Follow Lead of Jack Cummins to Create Soccer Alumni Scholarship - DePaul Blue Demons
Google News - over 5 years
Endowed scholarships are at the center of DePaul University's Many Dreams...One Mission Capital Campaign to raise $250 million dollars. Jack Cummins with men's soccer staff ( L to R ) Craig Reynolds , Hobie Hare
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ECHO Direct paperboys bag top prizes - Liverpool Echo
Google News - over 5 years
Craig Reynolds, ECHO Direct manager, said: “We have more than 440 dedicated Direct To Home agents and we wanted to be able to give something back. “The agents had to return their round list to us, find cover for their planned holidays during the summer
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Yolo supervisors move forward on revised districts - Daily Democrat
Google News - over 5 years
After supervisors discussed five maps, Chairman Matt Rexroad and Supervisors Don Saylor and Mike McGowan agreed that Redistricting Advisory Committee member Craig Reynolds' map was the best option. This map would split Woodland north to south,
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Cigars International opening The Wooden Match in old Main Street Depot - The Express Times - LehighValleyLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
"(It will be) a great restaurant with a tremendous number of craft beer selections and a place where our customers and other people who smoke cigars can come and feel very comfortable," said Craig Reynolds, executive vice president of Cigars
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Miling grain grower off on world study tour - Central Midlands & Coastal Advocate
Google News - over 5 years
Tony White from Miling, Anne Williams from Coonamble in New South Wales and Craig Reynolds from Congupna in Victoria are travelling around the world as the winners of the Grains Research and Development Corporation's (GRDC) The Way We Were competition
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Winning grain growers prepare for world study tour - The FINANCIAL
Google News - over 5 years
Tony White from Miling in Western Australia, Anne Williams from Coonamble in New South Wales, and Craig Reynolds from Congupna in Victoria are travelling around the world as the winners of the Grains Research and Development Corporation's (GRDC) The
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Goldman Sachs rates desk hemorrhages traders - Reuters
Google News - over 5 years
In March, Craig Reynolds, a former top interest-rate swaps trader at Goldman, left to become head of Bank of America Merrill Lynch's North American interest-rate trading desk. Goldman has given additional responsibilities to remaining staffers and
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If at First You Don't Succeed ...
NYTimes - over 5 years
A common exercise at umpire clinics is to blindfold students and have them call close plays at first base. It's not a frivolous thing. The idea is to teach the students to use their ears as an umpiring tool, to listen for the separate sounds of the foot on the bag and the ball in the glove -- ''a thud and a pop,'' as the veteran major league umpire
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Race to Restore an Energy Hub
NYTimes - almost 11 years
Gliding gracefully half a mile below sea level, two robotic submarines are part of an unusual repair job intended to restore much-needed oil resources to the nation's strained energy network. After two months spent digging and cutting and shuffling heavy equipment by remote control, their job should be done by early March. But the huge task of
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In a Town Hit by Job Losses, Bush Has Doubters and Loyalists
NYTimes - over 12 years
Kenneth Hawkins has put in 28 years at an auto supply plant here owned by Bosch. Now he is hoping to hang on to his maintenance job for a few more years until he retires. Bosch, a German company that is the world's largest auto supplier, said Aug. 6 that it would lay off 530 workers at the plant, which makes brakes. Union leaders said they were
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Paid Notice: Deaths GREEN, S. WILLIAM (BILL)
NYTimes - over 14 years
GREEN-S. William (Bill). On October 14, 2002. Beloved husband of Patricia (nee Freiberg). Devoted and cherished father of Cathy Green and Louis Green. Dear brother of Cynthia Green Colin. Fond brother-in-law of Carole and Marvin Leichtung. Loving uncle of nieces, Julie, Laura, Ann and Betsy, and nephew, Jim. A native of New York City, he served his
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Paid Notice: Deaths GREEN, S. WILLIAM (BILL).
NYTimes - over 14 years
GREEN-S. William (Bill). On October 14, 2002. Beloved husband of Patricia (nee Freiberg). Devoted and cherished father of Cathy Green and Louis Green. Dear brother of Cynthia Green Colin. Fond brother-in-law of Carole and Marvin Leichtung. Loving uncle of nieces, Julie, Laura, Ann and Betsy, and nephew, Jim. A native of New York City, he served his
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VOWS;Kate Blow, Kevin McGloon
NYTimes - almost 21 years
KATE BLOW and Kevin McGloon live in Bethesda, Md., in a neighborhood on the Potomac River that's filled with kayakers, mountain bikers, environmentalists and overgrown rather than manicured yards. Like their neighbors, Ms. Blow and Mr. McGloon recycle nearly everything; own a dog (a golden retriever named Clifford); buy live Christmas trees, which
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WEDDING;Kevin McGloon and Katharine Blow
NYTimes - almost 21 years
Katharine Cooke Blow, the daughter of Marian Bradley of Southport, Conn., and Michael Blow of Greenwich, Conn., was married yesterday to Kevin John McGloon, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard McGloon of Amherst, N.H. The Rev. Craig Reynolds performed the ceremony at the Congregational Church of Easton, Conn. Mrs. McGloon, 33, is the vice president
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PERIPHERALS; Complexity for Diversion and Study
NYTimes - almost 23 years
BETWEEN order and chaos lies complexity. Order, or stability, is a static or repeating state. Anyone who has ever run the Game of Life on a computer has watched patterns swirl before coming to a halt or settling into a boring and repetitive cycle. Chaos, which has had an enviable press in recent years, seems utterly random, beautiful and useless.
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DEALS
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Baseball YANKEES (AL) - Obtained Fred Toliver, pitcher, from the San Diego Padres to complete the trade that sent Mike Pagliarulo, third baseman, to San Diego. HOUSTON (NL) - Announced the retirement of Craig Reynolds, infielder, effective at the end of the season. Senior Pro Baseball Baseball YANKEES (AL) - Obtained Fred Toliver, pitcher,
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Langston Heads List Of Possible Free Agents
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Mark Langston, whom the Montreal Expos have already offered $9 million for three years, and Mark Davis, who leads major league relief pitchers with 41 saves, head the list of 138 players who are marking time until they can become free agents at the end of the season. Mark Langston, whom the Montreal Expos have already offered $9 million for
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