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TERRY FRANCONAPhiladelphia Phillies manager, on San Francisco Giants outfielder Marvin Benard, who was 12 for 18 against the Phils in a recent series: "If he goes to arbitration, he should take us with him."
March 29, 1999 | Tom Verducci
Four years ago Giants manager Dusty Baker asked a young outfielder, "What's your name, son?" The outfielder replied, "My name is Marvin L. Benard, and I was born to play major league baseball." Benard's always had...
September 11, 2000
$20,000Cost of reputedly the most expensive piece of Olympic jewelry ever made, a diamond and platinum pin in the shape of the 2002 Winter Games snowflake logo, sold last week by a Salt Lake jeweler to an anonymous...
July 08, 2002
Depreciating BondsGiants first baseman J.T. Snow was able to get home safely after a double by Marvin Benard on June 26, but teammate Barry Bonds, who was right behind him, was erased by Padres catcher Tom Lampkin.