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  • CENTERFIELD -- A man was killed in a struggle for his gun when he tried to rob a Centerfield convenience store early Monday morning.

    KSL / U.S. / National

  • -- "Centerfield" -- off Centerfield, by John Fogerty (not kids 'music, but a great song anyway).

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  • Their first album, Vol. 1: Frozen Ropes and Dying Quails, released on Yep Roc this week, veers away from the familiar territory of baseball ditties like "Centerfield" and "Talkin 'Baseball" to explore edgier subjects like Big Ed Delahanty's plunge over Niagara Falls and Jack McDowell flipping the bird to Yankee fans.

    Baseball's Greatest Hits

  • (Soundbite of song, "Old Man Down the Road") Mr. FOGERTY: Apparently, the bass player of my old band went down to Fantasy Records with a copy of my new album "Centerfield" and played Saul Zaentz a few of the cuts and then … SEABROOK: Saul Zaentz is the bad guy.

    Healing Old Hostilities: John Fogerty's 'Revival'

  • Mr. FOGERTY: Well, when I finally got enough fortitude together to make a new record, the record was "Centerfield" and the lead track on "Centerfield" was a song called "Old Man Down the Road," which certainly from the opening guitar lick, it had a spooky, swampy sound, you know, a much like what I sounded like when I was in Creedence Clearwater.

    Healing Old Hostilities: John Fogerty's 'Revival'

  • (Soundbite of song "Centerfield") Ms. RACHEL FLOTARD (Vocalist, Visqueen): (Singing) Put me in, coach - I'm ready to play today.

    Songs about Feet, Math, Baseball: New Kids' Music

  • Well, of the 250 songs on the presidential iPod, a few include "Brown Eyed Girl," by Van Morrison; "Centerfield" by John Fogerty; and "My Sharona" by The Knack.

    CNN Transcript Apr 11, 2005

  • He is the first President to have played Little League (he was a catcher), the first to have owned a major-league team (he was the managing partner of the group that owned the Texas Rangers from 1989 to 1994), and the first to my knowledge to draw on baseball for his theme music on the campaign trail (John Fogerty's "Centerfield").

    The Oval Office and the Diamond

  • At the City Hall ceremony that followed the parade, John Fogarty played his hit "Centerfield" on a bat-shaped guitar and Jeter wore sunglasses despite cloudy weather.

    USA TODAY Latest news

  • Even in a nation that has seen its collective attention span dwindle nearly to obsoleteness, "Centerfield" can stir up some love for an American pastime that no longer maintains the pace of the country in which it was born.

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