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Wednesday, October 15, 2003

T-Bones Reliever Gets Choice World Cup Role
T-Bones Press Release - Oct 14, 2003
"T-Bones relief pitcher D.J. Johnson, who went 7-2 with 17 saves while posting a 2.45 ERA for the T-Bones in 2003, is proving to be an integral part of the U.S. World Cup team, which is contesting for the 35th World Cup title at four sites in Cuba. On October 12th, Johnson hurled a scoreless inning in Team USA’s 4-0 win over Mexico."

You can follow the World Cup at usabaseball.com.

Sevier gets call from Padres
The Californian - Oct 15, 2003
Former T-Bones pitcher Nate Sevier has been signed by the San Diego Padres.

Sunday, October 12, 2003

Northern League mulling extended season
Lincoln Journal-Star - Oct 11, 2003

"Northern League owners are expected to extend the baseball season by six games during the league's fall meetings, which will be held today and Saturday in Kansas City, Kan. By adding six games to the schedule, the Northern League season will increase to 96 games. The main reason the league wants to add more games is to keep up with the Atlantic League, a rival independent league that plays a 120-game schedule."

"Another issue on the docket for the owners to hash out is realignment. Two proposals are on the table:One would keep the 2003 divisions intact, while the other would set up a North-South alignment in which Lincoln and Kansas City would be grouped with the three Chicago-area teams."

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