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Spiezio, who played for the Angels for four seasons and hit the dramatic home run in Game 6 of the 2002 World Series, got the first standing ovation when he was introduced during pregame player introductions Tuesday in the Angels' home opener at Angel Stadium with his new team, the Seattle Mariners.
For more than 80 years, Sweet Ovations has provided the highest-quality fruit and non-fruit ingredients to widely recognized customers in the refrigerated dairy, frozen dessert, bakery, beverage and foodservice marketplaces.
Neighboring NoHo theater companies Deaf West Theatre and the Road each took six Los Angeles Ovation Awards on Sunday for their productions of the musical ``Big River'' and ``Napoli Milionaria,'' respectively.
The event kick-started a new partnership between Savings Bank Life Insurance of Massachusetts (SBLI) and Natick-based Ovations for the Cure and provided the forum for Ovations' founder, Patty Franchi Flaherty, to be honored with SBLI's Brandeis Award.
In a nod to theater patrons, the Ovations will be honoring those Theatre LA voters and survey respondents who make L.
Ovations offers a diverse and comprehensive array of products and services that respond to the health and well-being needs of adults of all ages, with a particular focus on those age 50 and above.
When he was removed for left-hander Scott Schoeneweis in the middle of an inning Sunday, Donnelly felt somewhat embarrassed when the crowd of 34,945 gave him a standing ovation for his work this weekend.
a Valley theater company emerged from the 11th annual Ovation Awards holding a bunch of statues.
THORN]In the inaugural year of the Medicare Part D program, we offered well-designed plans that yielded high satisfaction ratings among our members and achieved more than $9 billion in savings on prescription drug costs,[THORN]O said Lois Quam, CEO of Ovations.
Ovations responds to a full range of health and well-being needs for people over age 50.
We are pleased that so many Medicare beneficiaries in the Boston area have taken the time to understand the value of Part D and put their trust in our plans," said Tom Paul, Chief Pharmacy Officer for Ovations, the UnitedHealth Group business devoted to serving Americans age 50 and older.
We are pleased that so many Medicare beneficiaries in the New York area have taken the time to understand the value of Part D and put their trust in our plans," said Tom Paul, Chief Pharmacy Officer for Ovations, the UnitedHealth Group business devoted to serving Americans age 50 and older.