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Adcock steps down as Peninsula manager

In the middle of last season, after Oilers manager Gary Adcock had already spent 2 1/2 summers on the world-famous fishing grounds of the Kenai Peninsula, Oilers president John Lohrke invited his manager on a fishing trip.

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Oilers fall to Goldpanners

...the dugout and infield while helping close the park for the evening Although disappointed in the tough setback, Peninsula manager Daniel Boyle kind of enjoyed it. "They're actually a little frustrated and it's a little different," Boyle...

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Oilers fall in tourney

...home run in the seventh. "He pitched great. He threw seven strong innings. He did what we needed him to do," Peninsula manager Daniel Boyle said via cell phone. "Just a normal outing for Tyler Fleming. He's been that way all summer for...

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Oilers win at NBC

...m. Friday morning. "We had eight hours to eat, sleep, get back up for breakfast and then go play again," Peninsula manager Daniel Boyle said via cell phone. "That speaks for itself." It couldn't have been too much of a distraction...

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Good to be home

...home game before suffering through an 0-for-9 road trip. Welcome back, Oilers. "It's nice to be home," Peninsula manager Dan Boyle said. "That's for sure." Batting .365 when they hit the road at 11-1, the Oilers returned to...

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Oilers drop game to Miners

...hat on, it's that Oilers' relievers are tough to score on. "Our bullpen's been solid for us all year," Peninsula manager Daniel Boyle said. "They've done a great job of coming in and throwing strikes, getting outs when they needed...

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Oilers' bats stay silent in loss

...last five games. "We're getting quality starts out of our starters, our bullpen comes in and does the job," Peninsula manager Jeff Walker said. "Guys aren't collectively finding ways to get on base or finding ways to score runs. They're...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/071709/spo_359283386.shtml
Oilers douse Fire

...the rotation, he proved why. "He was Irvine's Sunday starter and won a regional game, so he's a winner," Peninsula manager Jeff Walker said. "Those are the type of guys you love to have on your team. "Looked really good tonight...

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Another dramatic victory

...Anchorage Bucs on Thursday. "It's a crucial win. It's a big win. It was, in a sense, a must win," said Peninsula manager Daniel Boyle, who wasn't around at the end of the game after being ejected for arguing with the umpires in the...

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McCarthy throws 1-hitter for Panners

...Panners he faced, including back-to-back strikeouts to begin the top of the fifth. "He did a good job," Peninsula manager Jeff Walker said. "He had some trouble, bases loaded, no outs and limited them to one run which is what you want...

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