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By MARK KELLER | May 23, 2004
If the news that broke Saturday proved only one thing, it's that there are no sure things. Nick Adenhart's status as a top-5 pick in the upcoming Major League Baseball amateur draft looked like a sure thing. Based on everything that was written about him - from The Herald-Mail to The Washington Post to USA Today - it sounded like a sure thing, too. I was always taught if it looks like a duck and sounds like a duck ... The news that Adenhart will undergo "Tommy John" surgery to repair a torn elbow ligament in a few weeks put an end to - or at least a three-year hold on - that sure thing.
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by TIM KOELBLE | April 24, 2004
koelble@herald-mail.com WILLIAMSPORT - All pitching-rich Williamsport needs is an offensive power supply in its quest to reach the state tournament for the first time since 1999. After an 11-6 conquest of Smithsburg on Friday, the Wildcats have now averaged 12 runs per game in their last five performances. Williamsport coach Rod Steiner, who like Smithsburg was faced with a fourth game in five days, called on senior Josh Bowers to start. The side-wheeling righthander settled down after a shaky first inning to pick up the win. Bowers had pitched four innings of relief this year prior to his start.
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by BOB PARASILITI | December 9, 2003
bobp@herald-mail.com Playing baseball has it's advantages. Just ask Nick Adenhart. He plays. He does very well. He gets recognized. What could be better. Maybe it comes from who does the recognizing and who he gets recognized with. Try Barry Bonds, for starters. Adenhart will receive the first of what might be a long line of awards on Saturday when he is named 2003 Youth Player of the Year at Baseball America's annual awards gala on Saturday in New Orleans.
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March 1, 2009
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- Dustin Moseley is hoping to avoid a big decision by pitching his way into the Angels' rotation. Out of minor league options, Moseley said that he knows where he'd like to end up after he pitched two hitless innings in Los Angeles' 6-4 win over the Kansas City Royals on Sunday. "I like my teammates. I like the coaches. I want to make this club. I want to do what I'm capable of doing," Moseley said. "I want to put up some solid innings for the guys. " With the fifth spot in the Angels rotation open, Moseley is competing with Shane Loux and Williamsport graduate Nick Adenhart.
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by DAN KAUFFMAN | April 17, 2004
kauffman@herald-mail.com WILLIAMSPORT - With three first-inning swings, the Williamsport baseball team made sure Nick Adenhart had an easy night. Adenhart's two-run double, Andy Taylor's two-run homer and Phil Jordan's two-run single highlighted a six-run outburst as the No. 3 Wildcats jumped all over Clear Spring 17-0 in five innings Friday night. Williamsport (7-1, 3-1) added 11 more runs in the third - in which six different players drove in runs - to turn the game into a laugher.
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June 10, 2009
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) -- Alcohol was found in the system of the young woman who was driving Los Angeles Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart before they were both killed in a deadly collision in April, according to toxicology tests released Wednesday. The tests show Courtney Stewart, 20, consumed alcohol shortly before the crash, but the coroner's office could not determine how much she drank, and prosecutors were doubtful the finding could be used at the trial of the man charged with their deaths.
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By BOB PARASILITI | May 1, 2008
Nick Adenhart is going to 'The Show.' The 2004 graduate of Williamsport High School is expected to make his Major League Baseball debut tonight, taking the mound for the Los Angeles Angels when they face the Oakland Athletics in Anaheim, Calif. The Los Angeles Times reported on its Web site Wednesday that Adenhart was to be promoted from Triple-A Salt Lake City, where he had a 4-0 record and an earned run average of 0.87 (less than one earned run allowed per nine innings pitched)
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By SCOTT A. DeVORE / Staff Correspondent | August 6, 1998
FREDERICK, Md. - Halfway Little League couldn't put together one last comeback as its run for the state championship was ended. In a week in which the District 1 champions had won in almost every way imaginable (two come-from-behind victories, a game-winning home run and a blow out), the team lost the same way twice to Elkton, falling 12-7 on Wednesday to be eliminated from the Maryland State Little League 11-12-Year-Olds All-Star Tournament at National Little League's Robert B. Staley Stadium.
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By SCOTT A. DeVORE / Staff Correspondent | August 3, 1998
FREDERICK, Md. - After six straight wins, including two back-to-back, come-from- behind victories, the sun wasn't shining so brightly for Halfway on Sunday. Elkton's productive offense slowed the District 1 champion's roll, and Halfway lost 13-5 in the double-elimination Maryland State Little League Baseball 11-12-Year-Old All-Star Tournament. On Saturday, Halfway defeated Easton in the first round with the help of a 13-run inning. But Sunday, it failed to hit the ball well enough against the District 5 champions.
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by BOB PARASILITI | April 29, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com WILLIAMSPORT - The Catoctin baseball team handled Williamsport's known commodities. It was the unknown commodity that did in the Wildcats. Catoctin took advantage of four Williamsport errors to score five unearned runs off reliever Ben Jordan in the seventh inning Wednesday for a 6-5 MVAL Antietam victory. Williamsport's defense broke down, allowing Zach Ausherman's three-run double to cap the rally and formally erase another in the long line of quality starts by Nick Adenhart.
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