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April 23, 1994 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hart High junior right-hander Luis Sanchez had not pitched in two weeks because of a bad back. So, you wonder, how did he kill his time? "I've been working on my hitting a lot," Sanchez said. Result: Sanchez hit a grand slam in the first inning Friday against Saugus, providing all the runs he would need on the mound in the Indians' 10-3 Foothill League victory. But Sanchez's hitting was secondary.
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January 26, 1985 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
Apparently bowing to pressure from the Major League Players Assn., the Dodgers Friday deleted the controversial drug-testing clause from the contract of outfielder Mike Marshall. But team owner Peter O'Malley maintained that the team reserves the right to include such a clause on a "case-by-case basis" and apparently has exercised that right in the contract of shortstop Bill Russell, which could further jeopardize negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement between players and owners.
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March 9, 1998 | ROBERT L. JACKSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He has been one of the most vilified special prosecutors of the last 20 years, attacked by other lawyers and critics as misguided, overbearing and excessively ambitious. His name, however, is not Kenneth W. Starr. Until the recent furor enveloped Starr's investigation of President Clinton, another independent counsel, Donald C. Smaltz, had been a lightning rod for similar, and equally harsh, criticism.
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December 9, 1994 | KENNEDY COSGROVE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Question: What do restaurant owners and defensive linemen have in common? Answer: An aversion to Hart's Hogs--the five beefy Indians who play offensive line. "The all-you-can-eat places don't like us too much," says Sant Sikand, the 300-pound right tackle. "They cry when they see us coming, and say, 'Go home!' " Sometimes, so do their opponents. "Some of them just think they have no chance," Sikand says. That figures. The Indians outweigh many of the players they face by 60 pounds a man.
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