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February 10, 2001 | From Associated Press
Derek Jeter and the New York Yankees agreed Friday to a 10-year, $189-million contract after more than 13 months of negotiations. "I never intended to play elsewhere," Jeter said, "and to be honest with you, never intended to look elsewhere." Yankee President Randy Levine and Casey Close, the agent for the all-star shortstop, finalized details of the deal Friday morning, according to a source familiar with the negotiations. "This was an arduous process," Levine said.
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November 29, 1999 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sixty years ago today, a highly promoted matchup of two NFL superstars, Ernie Nevers and Red Grange, turned into "The Ernie Nevers Show." There is no shortage of great days by running backs in NFL history, but no one has topped what Nevers achieved when his Chicago Cardinals met Grange's Chicago Bears at Comiskey Park. He scored 40 points, not only still the NFL one-game record but the oldest NFL one-game record on the books. Nevers scored 20 points in each half.
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October 11, 1994 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The NCAA has declared Cal State Fullerton pitcher Matt Wagner ineligible for the upcoming season because of a violation of NCAA rules and Wagner has left the team. Titan Coach Augie Garrido Monday confirmed Wagner's ineligibility, but would not comment on the reason. Other university officials also declined to comment. Wagner, reached by telephone, also declined to discuss specifics, saying: "I'd rather just keep it to myself.
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June 10, 1988
Three San Diego county players will be on the South roster when the annual North-South high school all-star baseball series starts at 7:30 tonight at San Diego State's Smith Field. Sean Rees of Mission Bay, Andy Williams of Madison and Ron Kelly of Mt. Carmel made the South team after Sunday's tryouts. Mike Rendina of Grossmont, the county leader in home runs (10) and runs batted in (38), was also selected, but he signed a contract with the Detroit Tigers and will not be able to participate.
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March 9, 2009 | Associated Press
Alex Rodriguez's spring training saga took another unexpected turn: He's headed for hip surgery today that will sideline him for six to nine weeks -- and that's not all. The New York Yankees slugger will need a second operation after the season, assuming he can play all the way through. Dr. Marc Philippon, who will perform the initial procedure in Colorado, said he's confident Rodriguez will be able to do that once he recovers.
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April 6, 2004 | Diane Pucin, Times Staff Writer
Attorneys for Jeremy Bloom, the University of Colorado football player and the third-ranked moguls skier in the world, on Monday filed an affidavit in the Colorado state Court of Appeals that may help him continue his dual sporting careers. Bloom, 22, has been fighting the NCAA for two years over endorsement money from skiing equipment and clothing companies that would allow him to remain competitive on the international level as he continues to play football for the Buffaloes.
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August 27, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
Ah, the price of success. Or at least hoped-for success. The Dodgers' new owners are reinventing the rules, and it ain't a cheap policy change. That additional $260 million in salary commitments the Dodgers took on with their stunning trade with the Red Sox on Friday is going to have significant, almost mindboggling, payroll impact as quickly as next season. The bankrupt Dodgers under Frank McCourt started the season with an opening day payroll of approximately $91 million.
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August 6, 1986
Arbitrator Tom Roberts, who last week struck down the drug-testing clauses in major league baseball players' contracts, has been fired by the owners' Player Relations Committee. Rich Levin, an aide to Commissioner Peter Ueberroth, announced the decision Tuesday, reading a statement from Barry Rona, director of the Player Relations Committee, that said: "The arbitrator's decision voiding the drug-testing clauses in player contracts caused us to make a change at this time."
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March 27, 1987
George L. Argyros Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Argyros, who acquired the Mariners on Jan. 14, 1981, has been criticized by Seattle fans for not spending enough money to make the Mariners competitive in the American League's West Division. Seattle has never finished higher than fourth under his ownership, and the Mariners have had five managers in six years.
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