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By From News-Press | August 11, 2009
GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene .   BELL’S STAY LIKELY MORE THAN JUST DEBUT When Trevor Bell received word on Saturday night that the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim were calling him up to the Major Leagues, he was indeed surprised by the sudden event — not just due to the magnitude, but because of the timing. “I was obviously hoping for a September call-up,” said Bell, referring to when Major League Baseball teams expand their rosters to 40 players.
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1. Which candidate won the most votes in Tuesday's special primary election to fill the seat of former Rep. Chris Cox? A. State Sen. John Campbell B. Former Assemblywoman Marilyn Brewer C. Jim Gilchrist D. Steve Young 2. What did Costa Mesa resident Kelly Haggard win this week? A. The OC Marathon B. A Porsche Boxster C. $1 million in the lottery D. Free gas for a year 3. What kind of new restaurant is planned for the revamped Newport Beach Marriot Hotel & Spa?
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | July 5, 2010
GLENDALE — Trevor Bell is on his way back down to the minor leagues after being optioned to the Triple-A Salt Lake Bees on Friday, but the move doesn't appear to be an indictment on the right-handed pitcher's immediate future with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. On the contrary, Angels Manager Mike Scioscia indicated to mlb.com on Friday that the primary motive behind the move is to stretch Bell out for a return to the Angels' starting rotation. "Trevor Bell really needs to go down and be on our depth chart as a starter," Scioscia said of the 2005 Crescenta Valley High graduate.
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By Grant Gordon | August 19, 2009
GLENDALE — In his second career Major League Baseball start, Trevor Bell collected his first major league win. “Any first major league win would be a dream come true,” Bell told mlb.com, after the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim held on for a 5-4 win against the Cleveland Indians on the road. “Even if it was a 10-9 game, and yourself and your team gets the win, that’s a dream.” Bell, who won 25 games over four seasons as a standout at Crescenta Valley High, went 5 1/3 innings on Tuesday, just as he did when he got a no-decision in his debut last week against the Tampa Bay Rays.
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By Grant Gordon | August 11, 2009
GLENDALE ? Sitting in a Salt Lake City airport on Monday afternoon, Trevor Bell was about to turn his cell phone off before making one last call. It hadn?t stopped ringing since Saturday night. When asked how he was feeling less than 48 hours prior to what will be the biggest game of his life, he let out a deep breath and replied, ?I?m tired.? To say the last three days have been a whirlwind would be an understatement for the 22-year-old Crescenta Valley High graduate. ?
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September 29, 2000
Chuck Benedict The professional sport closest to Glendale is baseball. If you were a crow, you could fly to Dodger Stadium in the time it takes for a three mile flap. But, unless you are a crow who is just out for a breath of fresh air, you have no reason to make that trip anymore this year. The Dodgers have finished their home season with nothing to crow about. Playoffs are for the other guys, while the Dodgers finish the season Sunday in San Diego.
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October 31, 2002
For years, this writer's News-Press columns, by the mandate of the higher echelon parent companies, have focused on sports and sports people in Glendale. The plan has been to serve our Jewel City. Let the parent L.A. Times comment on the rest. We have enjoyed the spirit of these restrictions. It has enabled us to explore the lore and legends of sports as recalled by our own senior citizens. It was fun, this week, to watch Andy Reid, former lineman at Glendale Community College, coach his NFL Philadelphia Eagles to a win over the New York Giants on Monday Night Football.
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By Grant Gordon | May 11, 2010
Editor's Note : After the News-Press deadline, Trevor Bell came on in relief and got the victory, retiring Evan Longoria, the only batter he faced, in the top of the 11th inning, before the Angels scored in the bottom of the inning for a 5-4 win, the second of Bell's Major League Baseball career. GLENDALE — Things have quickly changed once more for Trevor Bell, changed from one day to the next and one season to the next. On Sunday, the Crescenta Valley High graduate received a call from Manager Bobby Mitchell of the Salt Lake Bees, the triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, telling him he would be making a return to the big leagues.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | September 3, 2010
GLENDALE — The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players. Trevor Bell (Crescenta Valley High, 2005) pitcher, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim: Bell might have turned in his best performance of the season as a starter Wednesday. If not on Wednesday, it came in his previous outing. With the Angels (65-69) mired in third place in the American League's West Division, Bell, a former All-Area Baseball Player of the Year, pitched six quality innings in his sixth start of the season to help the Angels pick up a 4-2 road win against the Seattle Mariners.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | August 4, 2010
GLENDALE — The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players. Trevor Bell (Crescenta Valley High, 2005) pitcher, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim: Though he didn't get a decision, Bell turned in his finest performance of the season, and possibly his short career, on Tuesday night against the host Baltimore Orioles. Making his second start of the season, Bell, a former All-Area Baseball Player of the Year, allowed just two earned runs in 5 1/3 innings in the Angels' 6-3 loss.
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By From News-Press | August 11, 2009
GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene .   BELL’S STAY LIKELY MORE THAN JUST DEBUT When Trevor Bell received word on Saturday night that the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim were calling him up to the Major Leagues, he was indeed surprised by the sudden event — not just due to the magnitude, but because of the timing. “I was obviously hoping for a September call-up,” said Bell, referring to when Major League Baseball teams expand their rosters to 40 players.
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