Carlos Hernandez

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Livan goes the distance to lead Mets - MLB.com
Because of Livan Hernandez, his thoughtfulness and thoroughness, the Mets' relievers were reduced to wallflowers, witnesses and watchful whilers. It was, in a word, "weird," Stokes said. In a game better-suited for 1968 when ERAs were low and the mound...
Melbourne Victory Star Carlos Hernandez To Chase World Cup Glory ... - Goal.com
Melbourne Victory ace Carlos Hernandez has been selected to represent Costa Rica in two 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers next month, as the Ticos edge closer towards a berth in next year's tournament. Hernandez, who recently signed a three-year contract...
Winning masks Mets' poor injury management Ken Davidoff - Newsday
Behind Livan Hernandez and Gary Sheffield - a couple of low-risk, high-reward pickups by Minaya - they trounced the Nationals last night, 6-1, at a soggy Citi Field. But you can wonder why the Mets have seemingly put themselves on an island the last...
Play by play - USA Today
Out: Ramon Hernandez flied out to right. None on with one out and Jay Bruce due up. Out: Jay Bruce lined out to second. None on with two outs and Laynce Nix due up. Single: Laynce Nix singled to left. Runner on first with two outs and Alex Gonzalez due...
Hawaii Man Kicked Off Computer for “Pornography” Sues State - Library Journal
The lawsuit over Act 50, initially targeted toward homeless people, was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawaii on behalf of Carlos Hernandez and The Center, a Honolulu-based group that provides services and programs to the local lesbian,...
Gomes gets 3 hits in Reds' 8-5 win over Astros - KLTV
Jerry Hairston Jr., Ramon Hernandez, Adam Rosales and starter Aaron Harang had two hits apiece. Harang's record is 5-4. He surrendered a single to Hunter Pence when the game resumed in the fifth then struck out Humberto Quintero....
Carlos Hernandez re-signs for Melbourne Victory for three years - Melbourne Herald Sun
CARLOS Hernandez has re-signed for A-League champions Melbourne Victory for another three years. The deal will keep the Costa Rican international at the club until 2012. Hernandez originally came to Melbourne on a two-year deal from Costa Rican club LD...
Play by play - USA Today
Runner on first with two outs and Anderson Hernandez due up. Single: Anderson Hernandez grounded into a force out to short to end the inning. Double: Luis Castillo doubled to left. Runner on second with none out and Carlos Beltran due up....
Escobedo Routs Kelley - 15rounds.com
Kelley (60-10-2, 39 KOs) of Flushing, Queens, New York had bested that same Carlos Hernandez just under three years ago, but proved to be far less of a challenge for the once-beaten former Olympian. The first round saw competitive action,...
Owings among not-so-secret weapons - MLB.com
Journeyman Livan Hernandez, now with the Mets, has nine career homers and four seasons of at least 20 hits. In the American League, which will need its pitchers to hit in Interleague Play, the Yankees' CC Sabathia slugged three homers last season for...

Carlos Hernández Valverde

Carlos Hernández Valverde (born April 9, 1982) is a Costa Rican football (soccer) player who currently plays as midfielder for Melbourne Victory in the Australian A-League.

He has become one of the most important players for the Costa Rican soccer league, being the top assister in the last 2 seasons and due his great ability as a good striker of the ball that made him as well one of the most dangerous midfielders in the region, and he has already built a reputation as a great scorer from long and middle distances in his former team and picking up already six international goals with his national team.

On June 12, 2007, it was confirmed by Melbourne Victory that Hernandez had signed for the Australian Club on a two year loan from LD Alajuelense. He made his first appearance for the club in their 1-0 Pre-Season Cup loss to the Newcastle Jets, coming on as a substitute in the 70th minute. In the next game on July 28 2007 he got his first start against Perth Glory scoring his first goal for this team.

Early on during his first season with Melbourne, he was criticised by a portion of the Melbourne supporters and was said to be 'overweight'.

Hernandez scored his first season goal for Melbourne Victory against Perth Glory at the Telstra Dome on the 21st October 2007, helping Melbourne to a 2-1 win at home, though fans continue to lament his lack of drive and mobility in central midfield.

Towards the end of the season, Hernandez' fitness improved and he struck form, becoming a regular goal scorer and assister. He's now considered a key player. One of Hernández most famous games for the Victory was when he scored Melbourne's only goal against Juventus in a friendly at the Telstra Dome in May 2008. The goal was a cracking curling effort from just outside the box leaving Juventus goalkeeper Jess Vanstrattan with no chance. He scored the opening goal in Melbourne's 5-0 thrashing of Champions Newcastle Jets during the 08/09 3rd round at the Telstra Dome. His 6th goal for the club came against the Central Coast Mariners, a cracking free kick that went through the wall and through the legs of helpless keeper Danny Vukovic. He has recently won widespread acclaim for his performance in Melbourne's 4-0 A-League semi-final second leg win over Adelaide United, in which he scored one goal and assisted for the other three.

He has been an important player for the Costa Rican national team at numerous levels, playing in the under 20 Football World Youth Championship held in Argentina, as well as representing the country with the U-23 team at the 2004 Summer Olympics. He has also been capped for the full national team on 20 occasions, playing for the team during 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers and scoring some important goals.

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Carlos Maldonado (catcher)

For the baseball pitcher, see Carlos Maldonado (pitcher).

Carlos Luis Maldonado (born January 3, 1979 in Maracaibo, Venezuela) is a Major League Baseball catcher in the Boston Red Sox organization. Maldonado bats and throws right-handed. His listed height is 6'1", and his listed weight is 245 pounds.

Maldonado originally signed with the Seattle Mariners organization in 1996 as a non-drafted free agent. He was traded to the Houston Astros for infielder Carlos Hernández on March 21, 2000, then spent time in the minor league systems of the Astros, Chicago White Sox, and Pittsburgh Pirates, before making his major league debut with the Pirates in 2006. Maldonado appeared in eight games that year, collecting two hits in nineteen at-bats, for a batting average of .105. He also stole one base. After the end of the season, the Pirates removed him from their 40-man roster, but called him back up in for September 2007, where he hit 2 home runs. He became a free agent at the end of the 2008 season. In January 2009, Maldonado signed a minor league contract with an invite to spring training with the Boston Red Sox.

Maldonado is a graduate of Perez Bonolches High School in Venezuela. He has one daughter, Kimberlee, who was born in 2002.

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Carlos Hernández (pitcher)

Carlos Henrique Hernández (Spanish pronunciation: ) (born April 22, 1980 in Guacara, Carabobo State, Venezuela) is a Major League Baseball starting pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays organization. Carlos is also the son of legendary Indian Professional Baseball League Pitcher Enrique Humberto Hernandez. He played for the Houston Astros from 2001-2002 and 2004. He is a switch hitter and throws left-handed. Hernández has a low 90s fastball, a very good curveball, a changeup, and he can throw a decent slider as well.

In 2001, he suffered a partial tear of his left rotator cuff diving back to second base. Before the injury, he was 1-0 with a 1.02 ERA, allowing only 11 hits in 17.6 innings. Despite pitching in pain, Hernández again showed promise in 2002, but his season was hampered by an ongoing injury with his left shoulder. He finished 7-5 with a 4.38 ERA in 21 starts, but twice was disabled. He missed the 2003 season following surgery. In 2004, Hernández started his rehabilitation with the New Orleans Zephyrs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Astros, and finished with the big club with a 1-3 mark and a 6.43 ERA in nine starts.

After not playing baseball for anybody in 2007, Hernández signed with the Tampa Bay Rays in 2008 and was assigned to their Single-A affiliate, the Vero Beach Devil Rays, where in 6 starts he went 2-1 with a 1.04 ERA.

In a three-year career, Hernández has posted a 9-8 record with 136 strikeouts and a 4.54 ERA in 172.2 innings.

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Carlos Hernández (infielder)

Carlos Eduardo Hernández (born December 12, 1975 in Caracas, Venezuela) is a former Major League Baseball infielder and right-handed batter who played for the Houston Astros (1999) and Seattle Mariners (2000). In 2005, he hit .321 and stole 39 bases for the Long Island Ducks of the independent Atlantic League. In 2006, he hit .280 with 32 stolen bases for Long Island.

Hernández was a .133 career hitter with one RBI and no home runs in 18 games.

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Carlos Hernández (catcher)

Carlos Alberto Hernández Almeida (born May 24, 1967 in San Félix, Venezuela) is a former Major League Baseball catcher who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1990-1996), San Diego Padres (1997-2000) and St. Louis Cardinals (2000).

Signed by the Dodgers as a free agent in 1984, Hernández became the second Venezuelan catcher in MLB history, following Bo Diaz. He made his major league debut in the 1990 season, basically as a backup for Mike Scioscia. A high skilled defensive player, Hernández spent his Dodgers career as a back up catcher, appearing in 230 games, including 133 starts. He signed as a free agent with San Diego and later was traded to the Cardinals.

In his first full major league season as a regular catcher for the Padres, Hernández batted .262, with 9 home runs and 52 runs batted in in 129 games played. In 22 postseason games, he hit .299 (20-67) with one homer and two RBI.

Hernández finished his career batting .253 (315-1244) with 24 home runs, 141 RBI, 102 runs, 51 doubles, one triple, and one stolen base in 488 games played.

In 2004, Hernández started his career as a manager with the Toros de Tijuana in the Mexican League.

As of 2009, Hernández owns and operates 'Caribbean Flavor', a Venezuelan restaurant in San Diego.

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Sandro Lopopolo

Sandro Lopopolo (born December 18, 1939 in Milan) was an Italian light welterweight boxer, who won the silver medal at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, and fought as a professional from 1961 to 1973. Lopopolo held the Italian, European and World light welterweight titles during his career. He retired with a record of 58 wins (20 KOs), 10 losses and 7 draws.

Lopopolo won the world light welterweight title when he outpointed Carlos Hernandez of Venezuela on April 29, 1966. He lost the crown to Takeshi Fuji of Japan on April 30, 1967 by TKO in 2 rounds.

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