Sluggers of the West Awards Dinner

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The 2009 Sluggers of
the West Awards Dinner is in less than two weeks, and as they have done in the
past, the Rangers are extending a special for the Newberg Report community to
attend. 

 

The event, which benefits
the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation, is on Friday, January 23, at Eddie Deen’s
Ranch just south of downtown Dallas,
starting at 6:30 p.m.  If you’re
interested in attending, and sitting with fellow Newberg Report readers, call
Karin Morris at 817-436-5933 – you’ll get the season ticket holder price of $40
per ticket (or $400 per table), discounted from the $50 price ($500 per table)
that non-season ticket holders pay to attend. 

 

The purchase of a
table includes a Rangers celebrity (and guest) at your table, so if you want to
round up a group of eight – I know in the past folks have put together a group
on our message board – you’re assured of having a Rangers representative and
guest seated with you.

 

This year’s Awards Dinner
will honor:

 

* American League
Outstanding Player of the Year/Silver Slugger/ Rangers Player of the Year:  Josh Hamilton

* Marvin Miller Man
of the Year/Gold Glove Winner:  Michael
Young

* Rangers Pitcher of
the Year:  Vicente Padilla

* Rangers Rookie of
the Year:  Chris Davis

* Harold McKinney
Good Guy Award:  Ron Washington

* Jim Sundberg
Community Achievement Award:  Ian Kinsler

* Nolan Ryan Minor
League Pitcher of the Year:  Derek
Holland

* Tom Grieve Minor
League Player of the Year:  Nelson Cruz

* Minor League
Defender of the Year:  Jose Vallejo

* Mark Holtz Alumni
Award Winner:  Mark McLemore

 

The great Chuck Morgan
puts on a memorable show every year, almost always with a surprise or two in
store.  And all net proceeds of the event
benefit the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation, which does outstanding work in
the community, which we’ve talked about a bunch this off-season.

 

You can read more from Jamey Newberg at www.NewbergReport.com.

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