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Off-Season: a Paradise for Angels
[Orange County Edition]
Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Mott, Pat
Date: Feb 15, 1985
Start Page: 1
Section: View; 5; View Desk
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"When I was with Houston and [Reggie Jackson] was with the Yankees," says Forsch with a large grin, "I was pitching against him one time, and [Jonnye Forsch] and [Stephanie Forsch] were at the park, and Stephanie was screaming for Reggie to hit a home run. Jonnye had a little word with her about family loyalty."

One of the projects that keeps [Doug De Cinces] consistently occupied in the off-season is the charity golf tournament to which he lends his name and time as an organizer. Called the Doug De Cinces/March of Dimes Celebrity Golf Tournament, it is played in November at the El Caballero Country Club in Tarzana. Last year, says De Cinces, the tournament raised $116,000.

PHOTO: Angels pitcher [Ken Forsch], with bird "Bubbles" perched on his shoulder, sits in den with wife Jonnye and one of their dogs. Baseball fever strikes 'em young these days. When the Angels held a seminar for fans, the youngest to show up was Dana Point's Brandon Boyd, 6 months old and sporting a slogan appropriate to the occasion. Please see story on Page 16. Doug De Cinces and his wife [Kristi] with their two children, Tim, 10, and [Amy], 5. / KARI RENE HALL / Los Angeles Times [Tommy John Story] and his wife [Sally John] at home in Anaheim Hills. / KEN HIVELY / Los Angeles Times

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