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Sports - September 27, 2013

Stotz leaves his Stanford family for his own

Veteran assistant finally parts ways with Marquess after a remarkable and successful 37-year run together

by Mark Soltau

Stanford head baseball coach Mark Marquess hired Dean Stotz in 1977. It was the same year that Jimmy Carter was elected President of the United States, the first Apple II computer went on sale, Star Wars opened in movie theaters, Elvis Presley died, Seattle Slew became the 10th horse to win the Triple Crown, and gas was 25 cents a gallon.

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