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Fairview Cemetery
5015 County Road 151
Mound , MN 55364
(952) 472-3925
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Huber Funeral Homes and Cremation Services Mound Chapel
1801 Commerce Boulevard
Mound , MN 55364
(952) 472-1716
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Little Falls Granite
1801 Commerce Boulevard
Mound , MN 55364
(952) 472-1716
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Recap: Cleveland vs. Cincinnati - Charlotte Observer

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Reds down in order in the fifth and sixth. Votto singled in the seventh, but Brandon Phillips grounded out weakly to the pitcher's mound to end the inning. "The ball was moving everywhere," Reds manager Dusty Baker said of Masterson's pitches. "He was keeping the ball down. When he did get some balls up, we fouled them off." Following Chisenhall's three-run double, the Reds got their lone run after Jay Bruce reached on a Cabrera error. He eventually came around to score on a groundout, but it hardly put a dent in the deficit. Game Notes ...

Rafters with a winning mark for first time - WAOW

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Josh Cyr (JR, Univ. of North Alabama), reached on an error, the second of the night on Madison, then back-to-back bunt singles loaded the bases with nobody out. After a mound visit from the pitching coach Keith Richie, the Rafters brought up a pinch hitter, Jordan Dreiling (RS JR, Univ. of Kansas). Dreiling grounded a 2-0 pitch into right to bring around two runs, as Cyr scored and Sean Godfrey (SO, Ball State Univ.), beat the relay throw to the plate with a slide. Tommy Danczyk (SO, St. Thomas Univ.) blanked the Mallards for two innings of relief, picking up the win and allowing only one hit. Forkert (1-1) took the loss for the Mallards. Skyler Debillzen tossed a scoreless ninth and picked up the first save of the Rafters season, first of his Northwoods League career in his second season with Wisconsin Rapids. Bacon didn't pick up a hit but walked twice, extending his on-base streak to seven games. With the win, the Rafters, improved to 4-3 overall and 3-1 at home. The Mallards, dropping their fourth straight game, fell to 3-4 and 0-3 on the road. The Rafters host the Wisconsin Woodchucks for the first game of a three-game set tomorrow night, and will put Cam Seidl (0-0, 4.15 ERA) on the mound. First pitch is at 7:05.  ...

Cleveland Indians - TeamReport - Chicago Tribune

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
June, and there was no timetable for his return. --RHP Carlos Carrasco (Tommy John surgery in September 2011) went on the 60-day disabled list March 26. He is expected to throw off a bullpen mound in New York in late June. The timetable for his return to game action remains unknown. ROTATION: RHP Justin Masterson RHP Ubaldo Jimenez RHP Derek Lowe RHP Jeanmar Gomez RHP Josh Tomlin BULLPEN: RHP Chris Perez (closer) RHP Joe Smith RHP Vinnie Pestano LHP Tony Sipp RHP Jeremy Accardo LHP Nick Hagadone RHP Esmil Rogers CATCHERS: Carlos Santana Lou Marson INFIELDERS: 1B Casey Kotchman 2B Jason Kipnis SS Asdrubal Cabrera 3B Jack Hannahan INF Lonnie Chisenhall INF Jose Lopez OUTFIELDERS: LF Johnny Damon CF Michael Brantley RF Shin-Soo Choo OF Shelley Duncan OF Aaron Cunningham ...

Mauldin's Younginer makes Drive debut - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Monday night’s game between Greenville and Hickory had plenty for local baseball fans to like – a local pitcher making his Drive debut, a former Clemson star on the mound for the visitors, and a Red Sox pitcher making a start. And it was a close game that Hickory won 4-3. With 3,689 fans looking on at Fluor Field, Andrew Miller made another rehab appearance, starting the game for the Drive. Mauldin’s Madison Younginer then made his long-awaited debut as a member of the Drive. Will Lamb, who starred at Clemson, started on the mound for Hickory (4-1). Miller th...

Snider grad and former Milwaukee Brewers pitcher, Andy Replogle dies - News Sentinel

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
After one more season at Clay, he and his family moved to Fort Wayne where he attended Snider and graduated in 1972. He was an all-city performer in basketball and on the mound for the Panthers. In basketball he helped the Panthers to a sectional championship. He averaged 16.6 points per game. After graduating from Snider he was selected by the New York Mets in the fourth round of the 1972 amateur draft. Replogle did not sign, however, choosing to attend Kansas State University where he continued his baseball career. Replogle was drafted again in the 1975 amateur draft by the St. Louis Cardinals and played in their minor league system for three seasons. In December 1977, Replogle was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles from St. Louis in the Rule 5 draft. He was waived by the Orioles in 1978 and picked up by the Brewers. He made his major-league debut on April 11, 1978, against the New York Yankees at County Stadium in Milwaukee. Replogle pitched in relief, facing one batter and giving up a hit. The Brewers beat the Yankees that day, 9-6, with Hall of Famer Jim “Catfish” Hunter taking the loss. Replogle went on to pitch in 32 games that season. His final game in the majors was September 30, 1979, when the Brewers lost to Minnesota 5-0. Replogle pitched 2 1/3 innings of shutout ball – allowing two hits. He was released by Milwaukee in 1982 and s...

Marcia Sue Brosh Lewis - Newport Independent

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
Jim Lewis; Marcia is survived by sons, Dana Dalbey and wife, Debi, of Dayton, Scott Dalbey of Leander, Texas, and Brad Dalbey and wife, Candace, of Flower Mound, Texas; daughter, Nancy Wheeler and husband, Coy, of League City, Texas; seven grandchildren, Holly Dalbey, Carly Dalbey, Tyler Dalbey, Brooke Dalbey, Toby Wheeler, Kate Dalbey and Natalie Dalbey; brothers, Patric Brosh and wife, Terrye, Kevin Brosh and wife, Susan, and Shane Brosh and wife, Lee Ann; and other friends and family members who will miss her.  She will be remembered as a loving daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend.The family received friends from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 20, 2012, at Crespo & Jirrels Funeral Home.  A Celebration of Marcia’s Life was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, 2012, in the Chapel of Crespo & Jirrels.  Honoring the family as pallbearers were Dana, Scott and Brad Dalbey and Patric, Kevin and Shane Brosh.  Honorary Pallbearers were Toby Wheeler and Tyler D...

Former Peabody phenom pitcher Jeff Allison has message to share on the price ... -

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
I’m definitely a motivated person,’’ he said, “and I’ve definitely worked hard on my personal life, as much as I’m going to work hard here to get back to where I want to be.’’ That’s standing on a mound, peering in at his catcher, and letting it fly. Maureen Mullen can be reached at mullen_maureen@ Follow her on Twitter @MaureenaMullen. © Copyright 2012 Globe Newspaper Company.

Heart & Soul: the hyphenated culture of African-American Native-Americans - Open Democracy

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Mississippi River.  Bienville had been negotiating with these same braves for some nineteen years, before receiving and taking their advice. Some eight months later, he was forced to build vast mounds of dirt to protect his growing outpost from the encroaching waters of what was determined to be an annual flood stage. One might speculate if the explorer had began to wonder why his friends the Indian braves had rooted him in such an untenable location. The problem was that manly Bienville, who could cross vast oceans with only the aid of primitive navigational gear, who could fight alligators and bears with single-shot muskets and a sword, this brave and intelligent man was not at all the most observant sort when it came to social situations. He had never noticed the tall, striking, and handsome women who were seriously and silently scowling in the shadows of the males with whom he negotiated. The Frenchman figured les femmes indiennes to be nothing more than a close kin of what he considered as the traditional, chronically disgruntled, though rather intimidating, French wives. Said women rumored to be one of the reasons he himself stayed onboard his ship for years at a time. He did not envy their husbands. Bienville was wrong. Badly, sorely wrong. The tribes he had met were predominantly matriarchal, and the regal women were the chiefs. They were not happy to be ignored and denigrated. They were insulted and angered at being dismissed by the wigged and powdered white man. When the female chiefs finally instructed their subservient tribesmen to point to a future site for New Orleans, Bienville would again not discern the giggles and repressed guffaws, where the laughter was originating, or who was laughing about what. “Hell hath no fury,” goes the old proverb.  And thus was New Orleans founded below sea level, on a practical joke pe...

Donald W. Woolman - Pittsburg Morning Sun

Fri, Feb 17, 2012
Michael of Goddard, and Kimberly Shultz of Pittsburg; four great-grandchildren; and two sisters-in-law, Nancy Engel of Carolton, Texas, and Louise Collins and her husband John of Mounds, Oklahoma.Funeral services will be at 11 a.m., Friday, at the Erie Federated Church.    Burial will be at 2:30 p.m., Friday, at the Ft. Scott National Cemetery.   The family will receive friends at the Pierce-Carson-Wall Funeral Home in Erie from 7 to 8 p.m., Thursday.     Memorials are suggested to the Pittsburg  State University Foundation.    They may be left at or sent to the Pierce-Carson-Wall Funeral Home at Box 182, Erie, KS  66733.  The obituary may be read online at

Rodney A. Hassemer

Sun, Jan 22, 2012
He is survived by: his brothers, Albert Hassemer of Bloomer, Randy Hassemer of Bloomer, Chuck (Jodi) Hassemer of Bloomer, Joe (Lisa Kay) Hassemer of Elk Mound; sisters, Patricia (Michael) Koehler of Ladysmith and Kim Lewis of Marshfield; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. He was preceded in death by: his parents; grandparents; infant brothers, Thomas and Delvin Jr.; niece, Bobbi Jo Lewis The family would like to thank Dawn and Lori from Mayo Clinic Hospice and Dr. Skaar and Dr. Bruxvoort for all their loving support, care, and compassion. An informal celebration of life for Rod will be held from 1-4 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 29 at Cedar Bay Resort on Marshmiller Lake, his favorite fishing spot. All friends and family are invited. O... (The Chippewa Herald)

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