Nook Logan
American baseball player
Nook Logan
Exavier Prente "Nook" Logan is a former Major League Baseball center fielder. He attended Copiah-Lincoln Community College. He made his Major League debut July 21, 2004, with the Detroit Tigers against the Kansas City Royals. He was named the Tigers' rookie of the year for 2004. Although he was expected to compete for the center field job in 2006, Logan was beaten out by Curtis Granderson and was subsequently injured upon arrival in the minors.
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Jenn Jenson: Trade deadline highlights Nats fans' passion for their team - MASNsports.com
Google News - over 5 years
You watched Nook Logan and Lastings Milledge, and you know the team needs a long-term solution in center field. Denard Span can field, get on base, has a reasonable contract and by all reports is a model citizen, but Storen has become part of the
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Tigers notes, quotes from win over Angels - Detroit Free Press
Google News - over 5 years
The last time it happened, the quartet was Carlos Guillen, Dmitri Young, speedster Nook Logan and young shortstop Tony Giarratano. Friday night it was Guillen, Martinez, Ramon Santiago and newcomer Wilson Betemit. "Four switch-hitters -- that's usually
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Detroit Tigers Links: Al Alburquerque's elbow is still a concern - MLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
Baseball America had Grandy behind Nook Logan, Brent Clevlen, Cody Ross and Andres Torres among Tigers outfield prospects. (Whatever happened to those last two guys?) Granderson's star rose after 2004, of course. [Sweet Spot] • Another member of the
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Rising to stardom: Curtis Granderson - ESPN (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Outfielders ranked ahead of him were Nook Logan, Brent Clevlen, Cody Ross and Andres Torres. Other players in our Rising to Stardom series, which looks back at how some 2011 All-Stars rose from draft day to big league studs
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Potential Centerfield Options For The Washington Nationals - The Nats Blog (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Do the names Brad Wilkerson, Ryan Church, Nook Logan, and Lastings Milledge ring a bell as early failed experiments? In 2011, Rick Ankiel was supposed to be the lockdown down defender with an incredible arm and was declared the starter when the team
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Thom Loverro: Already second to none - Washington Examiner
Google News - over 5 years
You could even make the case that Roger Bernadina is the best center fielder to play for the Nationals -- unless you really believe Brad Wilkerson, Ryan Church, Nook Logan, Lastings Milledge and Nyjer Morgan were better. This is a good development
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METS 8, NATIONALS 4; Ailing Alou Takes First Step in Curing Mets' Ills
NYTimes - over 9 years
If the Mets were not flirting with a historic collapse, Moises Alou would have rested his ailing left quadriceps. But Alou knows he does not have time to get better. He signed with the Mets to play in the postseason and was not averse to risking his season Wednesday night to urge his team there. ''This is a different time of year,'' Alou said. The
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NATIONALS 12, METS 4; More Mistakes, And Less Of a Lead
NYTimes - over 9 years
The afternoon after watching the Mets commit six errors in losing yet another game, another series, to the team chasing them, Manager Willie Randolph sat in the visiting dugout wearing what for him passes as a smile. It is Randolph's nature to move on quickly, to have a short memory. His players, for all their distinct and inimitable personalities,
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METS 5, NATIONALS 0, 5 INNINGS; A Shortened Game Goes a Long Way for Mets
NYTimes - over 9 years
Playing their fourth game in less than 48 hours and without two regulars, the Mets got a break yesterday afternoon. They defeated the Washington Nationals, 5-0, in a game that was called because of rain with the Mets batting in the fifth inning. John Maine, the Mets' starter, said he was a ''little bit lucky'' in raising his record to 12-5 after
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BASEBALL ROUNDUP; Rios Helps Lead Blue Jays To Victory Against Red Sox
NYTimes - over 9 years
Alex Rios had three hits and drove in the go-ahead run as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Boston Red Sox, 6-5, last night. Rios and Reed Johnson hit consecutive run-scoring doubles in the sixth to erase a 5-4 deficit and help the Blue Jays end a four-game losing streak against the Red Sox. Toronto (44-45) moved into a tie with the Yankees for
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A Record-Setting Streak Results in a Big Promotion
NYTimes - over 9 years
A 43-game hitting streak in the minor leagues does not warrant a place in Cooperstown or a multimillion-dollar contract extension. It did, however, help get Brandon Watson another shot at the big leagues. Watson set the International League record on Sunday when he singled off J. D. Durbin in the sixth inning of the Columbus Clippers' 9-8 loss to
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BASEBALL: ROUNDUP; Happy at Home, Indians Top the Mariners
NYTimes - almost 10 years
One snowstorm and 45 days later, the Cleveland Indians and Seattle Mariners finally played nine innings. Casey Blake homered and Josh Barfield had two runs batted in last night as the Indians improved baseball's best home record with a 5-2 victory against the Mariners. The game was the makeup of the Indians' April 6 home opener, which was called
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BASEBALL: ROUNDUP; Marlins Get Second 2-0 Start in 15 Seasons
NYTimes - almost 10 years
Scott Olsen had a double, a single and a run batted in, all while taking a two-hit shutout into the sixth inning and helping the Florida Marlins beat the Nationals, 9-3, last night in Washington. Florida improved to 2-0 for only the second time in its 15 seasons. Before the game, Washington put two starters -- center fielder Nook Logan (left foot)
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BASEBALL; BASEBALL PREVIEW: N.L.
NYTimes - almost 10 years
MURRAY CHASS examines the strengths and weaknesses of the National League. East PROJECTED FINISH 1. METS 2. BRAVES 3. PHILLIES 4. MARLINS 5. NATIONALS The rule of thumb for picking the National League East winner was postulated here a year ago: Do not pick against the Atlanta Braves as long as they are defending their title. They did not finish in
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BASEBALL; Needing One Starter, Mets Measure Park Against Prospect
NYTimes - almost 10 years
Chan Ho Park thought he threw one bad pitch in Monday's game against the Washington Nationals. So did his catcher, Paul Lo Duca. The problem was, they were talking about different pitches, and that difference of opinion summed up Park's performance in the Mets' 9-6 loss. No one came away from the outing especially impressed -- or distressed. But in
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TRANSACTIONS
NYTimes - about 10 years
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX--Agreed to terms with INF Eduardo Perez on a minor league contract. DETROIT TIGERS--Agreed to terms with RHP Yorman Bazardo, RHP Roman Colon, RHP Kyle Sleeth, INF Kody Kirkland and OF Curtis Granderson on one-year contracts. KANSAS CITY ROYALS--Named Mark Tilson vice president-sales and
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AMERICAN LEAGUE ROUNDUP; Soriano's Home Run Keeps Boston Down
NYTimes - almost 12 years
Chan Ho Park limited Boston to three hits and had a season-high seven strikeouts over seven innings in the Rangers' 7-2 victory last night over the visiting Red Sox, who have lost three straight and five of six. Alfonso Soriano hit a tie-breaking two-run homer for the Rangers. Hank Blalock, 5 for 37 in his previous nine games, had two run-scoring
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BASEBALL; Zambrano and Cameron Have Issues Old and New
NYTimes - almost 12 years
Statistically speaking, it was Victor Zambrano's best appearance of the spring. He pitched four innings and gave up only one run Thursday. But Zambrano still did not give the Mets what they have been waiting to see: an impressive outing. On a day when right fielder Mike Cameron made his spring training debut and second baseman Kazuo Matsui returned
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