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February 11, 1992 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Arthur E. (Red) Patterson, one of baseball's most innovative public relations officials and an executive with both the Dodgers and Angels, died Monday of cancer. He was 83. During a baseball career that began with the New York Yankees in 1946 and spanned 45 years, Patterson was credited with introducing old-timers' games, yearbooks, concession souvenirs and many of the most popular promotional events.
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July 18, 1989 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
Just past the midpoint of a season in which the Dodgers are shakily defending a World Series championship, baseball's best teams might be the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants. But how do these two compare with the better champions of the century? The answer is, they don't--at least not yet--if you're consulting Arthur E. (Red) Patterson, who has been following the game for about 65 years.
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February 11, 1992 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Arthur E. (Red) Patterson, one of baseball's most innovative public relations officials and an executive with both the Dodgers and Angels, died Monday of cancer. He was 83. During a baseball career that began with the New York Yankees in 1946 and spanned 45 years, Patterson was credited with introducing old-timers' games, yearbooks, concession souvenirs and many of the most popular promotional events.
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August 29, 1985
Arthur E. (Red) Patterson, who resigned last April as a member of the Angel's board of directors and assistant to owner Gene Autry, has returned to the team as a consultant for community and public relations affairs.
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November 29, 1987
Ralph Clark, a former Orange County supervisor, will receive the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame's Lifetime Achievement Award for 1988, the hall's board has announced. The presentation will be made at the annual induction banquet Feb. 15 at the Disneyland Hotel. Clark, who retired in January after a 16-year tenure on the Board of Supervisors and who currently runs a consulting business, led the effort to bring the Rams to Anaheim.
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March 22, 1986 | ROXANA KOPETMAN, Times Staff Writer
California Angels owner Gene Autry knew little about the day-to-day operations of his baseball team at a time when major development was being planned for the ballpark's parking lot, lawyers on both sides of an Anaheim case agreed Friday. The picture of an absentee owner emerged during Autry's third day of testimony in Superior Court in Santa Ana, where the Angels are waging a legal battle to prevent the multimillion-dollar office development from being built.
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November 3, 1985 | MARIA L. La GANGA
Although the relationship between Anaheim and its sports teams is especially heated, such contract disputes are not uncommon in the world of professional athletics, where team owners can be as accustomed to the civil courtroom as they are to the playing field, sports officials say. Perhaps the most notable legal battle in recent sports history involved the Oakland Raiders' move to Southern California.
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April 18, 1986 | ROXANA KOPETMAN, Times Staff Writer
The City of Anaheim will not request a mistrial in a $100-million lawsuit filed by the California Angels against the city, the Los Angeles Rams and a developer, city officials said Thursday. That was all any of the parties would say after a gag order was imposed by Orange County Superior Court Judge Frank D. Domenichini. After meeting with attorneys privately Thursday, Domenichini said he needed to take proceedings under advisement and suspended the trial until May 6.
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July 18, 1989 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
Just past the midpoint of a season in which the Dodgers are shakily defending a World Series championship, baseball's best teams might be the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants. But how do these two compare with the better champions of the century? The answer is, they don't--at least not yet--if you're consulting Arthur E. (Red) Patterson, who has been following the game for about 65 years.
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August 29, 1985 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, Times Staff Writer
Arthur E. (Red) Patterson, who resigned last April as a member of the Angels' board of directors and assistant to owner Gene Autry under a cloud of discontent, has returned to the team as a consultant for community and public relations affairs. Patterson, one of baseball's most innovative and successful publicists and marketing executives, rejoined the team in early August but has been working from his Fullerton home in a reduced capacity.
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February 13, 1987
Three new inductees into UC Irvine's Hall of Fame--Jeff Malinoff, Jeffrey McDermaid and Ralph Serna--will be honored during halftime of Saturday night's basketball game against Cal State Fullerton in the Bren Center. Malinoff, a baseball All-American in 1972-74, was the most valuable player of the NCAA Division II College World Series in 1974, when the Anteaters won their second straight national title.
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