14A - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, October 10, 2002
Former wideout Carter
to be honored Saturday
Former Michigan wide receiver
Anthony Carter will be honored on
Saturday during the Michigan-Penn
State football game for his induc-
tion into the College Football Hall
of Fame. In the last two years,
Carter has been selected to two
other such halls, the National Foot-
ball Foundation and the College
Football halls of fame in 2002 and
While at Michigan, Carter was just
the eighth player in Big Ten history to
be named an All-American three times
and was the first receiver to exceed
3,000 yards in receptions. His senior
season, Carter was voted captain, team
Most Valuable Player, Big Ten Most
Valuable Player and finished fourth in
the Heisman Trophy balloting. Carter
finished his career at Michigan with
40 touchdowns and 161 receptions,
shattering the previously held records.
- Staff reports
Soccer captain earns
two national awards
Senior defender Andrea Kayal earned
two national soccer media awards last
week after the women's soccer team
shutout No. 12 Penn State (4-0) and
Ohio State (1-0) over the weekend.
Kayal was named to Soccer
America's Team of the Week and Soc-
cer Buzz's Elite Team of the Week,
yesterday. Kayal was an integral part
of the Wolverines' defense, but she
also assisted Michigan on offense, net-
ting the game-winning goals in both
contests. Kayal was also named the
Big Ten Conference Offensive Player
of the Week for her efforts.
DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit
Tigers know Alan Trammell was the
popular choice to be their next manag-
er. More importantly, they're also con-
vinced he was the right choice.
"People don't come to your games
to see your manager," Tigers presi-
dent and general manager Dave
Dombrowski said yesterday after
signing the former star shortstop to a
three-year contract with a club
option for a fourth season. "But if
your manager makes your team per-
form better and conduct itself better
on and off the field, then people will
show their support.
"I can understand why some peo-
ple will feel that this was based on
Alan's popularity here. But really, we
could not afford to make this deci-
sion based on that because we need
to right this ship."
The Tigers have sunk and stunk for
the most part since Trammell helped
them win the 1984 World Series -
Detroit's fourth - and the AL East
title in 1987.
Detroit has endured nine straight
losing seasons and has gone through
four managers since Sparky Ander-
son's 17-season tenure ended in 1995.
The player they called "Tram," said
words such as tradition, history and
respect used to be associated with the
"Right now, I don't know if I can
Alan Trammell was hired as the Tigers new manager yesterday. The former
shortstop helped Detroit to a World Series Championship in 1984.
'Pesky Twins' fall at
home to Angels 6-3
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - So much
for Minnesota's Metrodome dominance.
Darin Erstad and Brad Fullmer
homered off Rick Reed as Anaheim
built a six-run lead, and the high-flying
Angels beat the perky, pesky TWins 6-3
Wednesday night to head home with a
split in the first two games of the AL
A night after Joe Mays stymied Ana-
heim's high-octane offense in the
Twins' 2-1 opening victory, the Angels
got to Reed from the start. Erstad, the
No. 2 batter, sent Reed's sixth pitch over
the fence in right-center, where it land-
ed 409 feet away - nestled in a
stacked-up seat used for football games.
Anaheim tacked on three more runs
in the second, two of them unearned
because of a costly error by catcher A.J.
Pierzynski - who couldn't hold on to a
throw home after Reed caught a runner
Bonds finally shines
in postseason play
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Barry Bonds
was smack in the middle of everything
- driving in runs, scoring them and
even flashing his temper in the NL
Bonds delivered yet another big hit,
lining a key triple and later getting
embroiled in a skirmish that nearly
turned into a real slugfest as the San
Francisco Giants beat the St. Louis
Cardinals 9-6 last night.
In a postseason that is rapidly
becoming all his own, Bonds went 1-
for-2 with three walks. The four-time
MVP, known in the past for his playoff
failures, hit three home runs against
Atlanta in the opening round.
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say that,' Trammell said. "That's going
to be one of my jobs, to get that back.
"This is where my heart is. I care
about this place. It would make my life
very satisfying to say we helped turn
this thing around."
With veterans that didn't perform as
well as they were paid to, and
prospects rushed to the major leagues,
the Tigers tied Tampa Bay for the
worst mark in the majors with a 55-
Dombrowski fired manager Phil
Garner and general manager Randy
Smith after an 0-6 start and then fired
interim manager Luis Pujols the day
after he lost his 100th game.
"Is it going to change overnight?
No," Trammell admitted. "But what
I'm going to guarantee you is our pro-
fessionalism and our effort."
Trammell will be a manager for the
first time - at any level - when the
Tigers begin next season on March 31
at home against Minnesota.
"I'm not worried about that because
he's such a student of the game that
he's managed in his head every game
he's been a part of," Dombrowski said.
"He's ready for this."
The 44-year-old Trammell was San
Diego's first base coach the past three
seasons and was the Padres' outfield
and baserunning coach.
When Trammell's 20-season career
in Detroit ended in 1996, he spent the
next two seasons as an assistant in the
franchise's baseball operations depart-
ment and one season as the Tigers' hit-
He was fired when Garner was
hired following the 1999 season.
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"It wasn't very difficult," Dzubay
said. "The defense made it easy."
Dzubay gained a measure of confi-
dence from this game, and he is open
minded when it comes to the team's
A look at the
underside of U of M
decision of whether he or junior keeper
Joe Zawacki will start in goal for the
game against Michigan State.
"I have a lot of confidence in the
team, and in whatever decision they
make," Dzubay said. "The best man
who the team wants will win."
While the focus, seems to have
shifted to beating the Spartans,
Burns is happy about last night's
"I am pleased with the result."
Burns said. "We created a lot of
chances to score, and the defeise got
a chance to work a little too."
Though the victory over Bowling
Green may have been a hollow one,
Bums is content with the outcome.
"It was nota pretty game, and I
think a lot of players didn't find it
satisfying," Burns said. "I think any
win is satisfying."
THE EFFECT OF
ABED A-BASAT UDA'S
ON HIS PALESTINIAN
$25,000 IN CASH
PENSION FOR LIFE
(TIME, APRIL 15, 2002 AND FOX NEWS APRIL 4, 2002)