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Topic - Mike O'Connor
Flagstaff won't be using chemically treated wastewater to make snow for an upcoming festival.
Mike O'Connor (3-0, 2.06) allowed one run (none earned) in six innings to win for the host Clippers.
Columbus 2, Charlotte 1
VIERA, Fla. — Though starter Shawn Hill threw off a mound yesterday, used all of his pitches and said he felt no tightness in his right arm, manager Manny Acta has all but ruled him out to start the season in the Washington Nationals' rotation.
Jim Bowden gets a lot of grief for his oft-uttered, rarely executed philosophy that teams win in baseball with "pitching, pitching, pitching," but the Washington Nationals general manager is right.
Nook Logan met confused catcher Gregg Zaun when the outfielder stepped to the plate during the Washington Nationals' weekend series in Toronto.
TORONTO — Cell phones and PDAs aren't allowed in the Washington Nationals' dugout, which was probably a good thing last night. Otherwise, Manny Acta might have been too occupied to watch his team's game against the Toronto Blue Jays.
O'Connor tells the Arizona Daily Sun (http://bit.ly/1caOI3k) that the amount of potable water used is a fraction of the city's total daily supply.
O'Connor says the city also was concerned about controlling runoff into storm sewers from snow made with wastewater.