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Tanner , AL
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Harrison gets 10th win, Rangers beat Rockies 4-2 - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
AL lead for victories. His outing was cut short because of tightness in his lower back that caused soreness in his left hip. Robbie Ross, Tanner Scheppers and Mike Adams each pitched a scoreless inning for the Rangers. Joe Nathan, the closer pitching in a non-save situation, gave up his first runs in 17 appearances since May 13. Alex White (2-6) lost his third straight decision, allowing four runs and six hits on 78 pitches over 2 2-3 innings. When Harrison got to the dugout after the fifth inning, he could be seen talking with manager Ron Washington, pitching coach Mike Maddux and a trainer. The left-hander was clearly pleading his case that he felt fine and wanted to keep pitching. Harrison was examined by team physician Dr. Keith Meister and will be evaluated further over the next couple of days. Texas finished a majors-best 14-4 in interleague play, winning all six of its series against National League teams. The Rockies wer...

Patriots capture Upper State crown - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Mann coach Kristy Schumacher said. Sally Carson led the Patriots with five goals. Ellen Stahlman, Olivia Barthel, Meghan Lovine and Tanner Rumney contributed two goals apiece, and Emma Anderson scored once. “Nobody on this team’s ever been to state before,” Schumacher said. “They’ve been working very hard, not just this season but their whole careers. They know what it means, they know how much I want it and we’re ready.” Olivia Ferner scored two goals and Nathalia Fernandes, Monica Colwell and Muriel Lee one apiece for Riverside (11-5), the state runner-up each of the past two years. Mann, which won state titles in 2006 and 2007, will play in the state final at 11 a.m. Saturday at White Knoll High School in Lexington against the winner of tonight’s Lower State final between Wando and Fort Mill. “They’ve got a big hurdle,” Louis said of the Patriots. “I hope they bring it back to the Upstate. They’re a great team.” ...

USC can't get it done in Kentucky - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Kentucky took command with three runs on three hits, a walk and a wild pitch in the sixth. The Gamecocks brought the potential tying run to the plate in the eighth after T.J. Costen and Tanner English singled, but pinch-hitter Brison Celek hit into an inning-ending fielder’s choice. Payne had his third two-hit game of the weekend for the Gamecocks. Dantzler, English and Adam Matthews also had two hits apiece for USC, which has won just one of the last five series in Lexington. The Gamecocks play Furman at Fluor Field on Tuesday and play host to Wofford on Wednesday. Top-ranked Florida, which will take a 17-game winning streak into a home game against Samford, visits Columbia for three games beginning Thursday. The Gators lost to USC in the College World Series finals last season.

Tanner trying to keep superstition out of three-peat - Greenville News

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
COLUMBIA — South Carolina baseball coach Ray Tanner has one superstition he adheres to rigidly on the field. “I don’t step on the lines,” Tanner said today during a preview of Friday’s season opener against VMI at Carolina Stadium. The 1:30 p.m. game is a sellout. After winning the NCAA Championship in 2010, Tanner said, “I tried to do things in twos last year,” with back-to-back titles in mind. The Gamecocks did repeat, but Tanner said, “I ...

Gamecocks trying to keep it loose - Greenville News

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Gamecocks are ranked No. 2 by Collegiate Baseball, USA TODAY and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and No. 3 by Baseball America. “We have expectations in this program,” coach Ray Tanner said. “Our players have it, fans have it and we are just going to do the best we can. “I have never been one to talk about the future and setting goals and objectives, all of those things. We are just trying to have a good practice today and get better each time out there.” Tanner later put his team through a scrimmage, the first of three open to the public this weekend. One team consisted of the players Tanner indicated were leading contenders to start at their positions: Tanner English, Adam Matthews and Evan Marzilli in the outfield, Christian Walker at first base, L.B. Dantzler at third base, Grayson Greiner at catcher, freshman Joey Pankake of Easley at shortstop and Chase Vergason at second base. Former Riverside High star Michael Roth, one of the pitching heroes of the back-to-back College World Series titles, returns ...

Geraldine Brandon Thomsen - Daily Herald

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 2:30 p.m., East Lawn Memorial Hills, 4800 North 650 East, Provo. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.walkersanderson.com Martha Ellen Ashby Tanner, age 95 of Payson, passed away Monday, January 16, 2012 at the Welcome Home Assisted Living Center in Bountiful, Utah. Funeral services will be Saturday, January 21, 2012, 12:00 noon, in the Payson, Utah Park Ward Chapel, 110 South 300 West, where friends may call 10-11:30 a.m. Burial will be in the Payson City Cemetery under the direction of Walker Mortuary in Payson. Bertha Grange Creviston, age 86, of Provo, passed away January 16, 2012. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, January 20, 2012 at the Berg Drawing Room Chapel, 185 East Center Street, Provo, Utah. Friends may call at the mortuary one hour prior to services. Interment, Provo City Cemetery. Condolences to the family may be emailed to info@bergmortuary.com.

Recapping the year 2011 in sports, to the letter - Reading Eagle

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
Al Davis, Dave Duerson, Joe Frazier, Dave Gavitt, Peter Gent, Walt Hazzard, Harmon Killebrew, John Mackey, Ollie Matson, Pete Phios, Lee Roy Selmon, Bubba Smith, Duke Snider, Ron Springs, Chuck Tanner, Grete Waitz and Dan Wheldon.P is for Pujols. Albert Pujols helped St. Louis rally from 10 1/2 games out of the wild card in late August to win the World Series. Then, he left town, accepting a 10-year, $254 million contract to join the Los Angeles Angels.Q is for quandary, which is what the Indianapolis Colts face. Not so much over whether to tank or not to tank in order to draft Andrew Luck. But whether to give up on Peyton Manning or roll the dice and hope Manning and Luck can co-exist.R is for Rodgers. Aaron Rodgers completely escaped Brett Favre's shadow by leading Green Bay to a win over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV. He got the Packers off to a 13-0 start this season, was named The Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year and looks like a pretty good bet to spend the first week of February in Indianapolis.S is for scandal. The sports pages took a turn for the lurid with allegations of child sex abuse against Jerry Sandusky, Bernie Fine and Bill Conlin. There were also the more garden variety scandals involving Jim Tressel, Bruce Pearl and a rogue booster lavishing players with cash and gifts at the University of Miami.T is for Tebow. Tim Tebow hasn't worked any miracles the last two weeks, but his run of seven victories in eight starts, five of those wins requiring fourth-quarter comebacks, put Denver in position to make the playoffs, generated a slew of national media attention and turned "Tebowing" into a verb.U is for upstarts. Trevor Bayne won the Daytona 500 as a rookie, beating Carl Edwards to the line on the second attempt at a green-white-checkered. Keegan Bradley, also a rookie, came from five shots down with three holes to pla...

In memoriam: The baseball men we lost in 2011 - Yahoo! Sports (blog)

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Talkin' Baseball) Willie, Mickey & 'The Duke'" immortalized the trio in song: "If Cooperstown is calling, it's no fluke. They'll be with Willie, Mickey, and the Duke." — David Brown Chuck Tanner, manager (Feb. 11): "For the Pittsburgh Pirates, who have finished with a losing mark in a record 18 straight seasons, the possibility of being World Series champions probably seems like an unreachable goal these days. Not that anyone would ever catch Chuck Tanner saying something like that. He might have been the most optimistic man in baseball history." — DB Dick Williams, Hall of Fame manager (July 7): "Location and situation never mattered much to Dick Williams. If Tony Stewart is the driver you want no matter what the ride, then Williams may have been the manager you wanted no matter what the team ... He managed six teams over 21 seasons, compiling a 1,571-1,451 career record and leading enough champagne celebrations to drown an entire resume. He won four pennants with three different teams and was the first to win more than 90 games in a season with four. That pretty much ensures his obituary will be written in a number of different ways across the continent." — 'Duk Mike Flanagan, Baltimore Orioles pitcher (Aug 24): "As a pitcher, Flanagan might have personified the term "crafty left-hander." His style was Jamie Moyer-esque. He changed speeds. Changed locations. Changed swing planes. Probably as frustrating as heck to bat against. He struck out 4.8 batters per nine innings — an amazingly low rate for someone who made 404 career starts. But he manag...

In memoriam: The baseball men we lost in 2011 - Yahoo! Sports (blog)

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Talkin' Baseball) Willie, Mickey & 'The Duke'" immortalized the trio in song: "If Cooperstown is calling, it's no fluke. They'll be with Willie, Mickey, and the Duke." — David Brown Chuck Tanner, manager (Feb. 11): "For the Pittsburgh Pirates, who have finished with a losing mark in a record 18 straight seasons, the possibility of being World Series champions probably seems like an unreachable goal these days. Not that anyone would ever catch Chuck Tanner saying something like that. He might have been the most optimistic man in baseball history." — DB Dick Williams, Hall of Fame manager (July 7): "Location and situation never mattered much to Dick Williams. If Tony Stewart is the driver you want no matter what the ride, then Williams may have been the manager you wanted no matter what the team ... He managed six teams over 21 seasons, compiling a 1,571-1,451 career record and leading enough champagne celebrations to drown an entire resume. He won four pennants with three different teams and was the first to win more than 90 games in a season with four. That pretty much ensures his obituary will be written in a number of different ways across the continent." — 'Duk Mike Flanagan, Baltimore Orioles pitcher (Aug 24): "As a pitcher, Flanagan might have personified the term "crafty left-hander." His style was Jamie Moyer-esque. He changed speeds. Changed locations. Changed swing planes. Probably as frustrating as heck to bat against. He struck out 4.8 batters per nine innings — an amazingly low rate for someone who made 404 career starts. But he manag...

Charlene Marie Cobb Price - Daily Herald

Mon, Dec 26, 2011
Sundberg-Olpin Mortuary, 495 S. State St. in Orem. Burial will be in the American Fork Cemetery.Condolences may be sent to the family at www.SundbergOlpinMortuary.com John William Tanner, 94, of Springville passed away on Friday, December 23, 2011 in Roosevelt, UT. Funeral services are pending and will be announced by Wheeler Mortuary of Springville, UT. (801) 489-6021 Maxine Davis, 89 of Orem, died on December 23, 2011. Services are pending from Walker Sanderson Funeral Home of Orem. VerlDene (Deanie) Greaves Peery, age 83, passed away December 24, 2011 in Payson. Services will be held Wednesday, December 28th at 11:00 am at the Mt. View 5th Ward, 789 East Arrowhead Trail Dr. (700 No.) in Payson. Viewings will be held Tuesday from 6 to 8 pm at the Holladay-Brown Funeral Home, 66 South 300 East, Santaquin and Wednesday from 9:45 to 10:45 am prior to services.




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