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Tracy,

city (1990 pop. 33,558), San Joaquin co., central Calif., in the San Joaquin valley; inc. 1910. It is a railroad junction in a cattle and dairying region. Grapes, sugar beets, grain, fruit, nuts, vegetables, and nursery products are grown, and there is food processing. Manufactures include furniture, chemicals, liquor, electronic equipment, and paper products. A pumping plant in Tracy is part of the Central Valley projectCentral Valley project,
central Calif., long-term general scheme for the utilization of the water of the Sacramento River basin in the north for the benefit of the farmlands of the San Joaquin Valley in the south, undertaken by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in 1935.
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Tracy

Spencer. 1900--67, US film actor. His films include The Power and the Glory (1933), Captains Courageous (1937) and Boys' Town (1938), for both of which he won Oscars, Adam's Rib (1949), and Bad Day at Black Rock (1955)
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All I want this group to understand is that, to go to the places we want to, you're going to have to raise your expectations,'' Tracy said before his Pirates lost to Grady Little's Dodgers 10-4.
That's true also for Settle, who gives our Tracy plenty of optimism, extreme teen lust and not an ounce of self-pity.
What he wouldn't admit to was looking back, even though the Dodgers have undergone significant changes since Tracy left.
Tracy will sit in the third row alongside Forsythe teammate Mario Dominguez (107.
Pitching coach Jim Colborn and bench coach Jim Lett will join Tracy in Pittsburgh, filling the same positions they held in Los Angeles.
Tracy was formally interviewed on Monday by Pirates general manager Dave Littlefield at the Houston office of Tracy's agents, Alan and Randy Hendricks.