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August 17, 1990 | From Associated Press
Two minority owners of the New York Yankees, trying to keep George Steinbrenner in power, sued Commissioner Fay Vincent and investigator John Dowd Thursday and likened their investigation of the club owner to an "inquisition." The suit, filed in U.S. District Court by limited partners Daniel R. McCarthy and Harold M. Bowman, seeks to nullify Steinbrenner's July 30 agreement with Vincent by which Steinbrenner agreed to quit as managing general partner of the Yankees by Monday.
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August 17, 1990 | From Associated Press
Two minority owners of the New York Yankees, trying to keep George Steinbrenner in power, sued Commissioner Fay Vincent and investigator John Dowd Thursday and likened their investigation of the club owner to an "inquisition." The suit, filed in U.S. District Court by limited partners Daniel R. McCarthy and Harold M. Bowman, seeks to nullify Steinbrenner's July 30 agreement with Vincent by which Steinbrenner agreed to quit as managing general partner of the Yankees by Monday.
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August 18, 1990
As the battle of New York rages on, it's getting harder and harder to figure out who is fighting whom. The Yankees' limited partners who sued to keep George Steinbrenner in power got no support from other co-owners Friday. Fourteen of the 18 limited partners said they would not join in the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court by part-owners Daniel R. McCarthy and Harold M. Bowman Thursday. A hearing on their request for a restraining order is scheduled for Monday.
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August 17, 1990 | From Associated Press
Former Drug Enforcement Administration head Jack Lawn was chosen today to run the New York Yankees until Robert E. Nederlander is approved as the new general partner. At the same time, the team's part owners squabbled over a lawsuit filed by two limited partners, and U.S. District Judge Alice M. Batchelder postponed until Monday a hearing on the request for a temporary restraining order that would continue George Steinbrenner's 17-year reign.
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August 20, 1990 | From Associated Press
Lawyers making a last-gasp effort to keep George Steinbrenner in control of the New York Yankees had an economics professor and a marketing expert testify in U.S. District Court today. U.S. District Judge Alice M. Batchelder refused to let Steinbrenner's lawyer testify about the agreement that was scheduled to force out the Boss as the team's general partner by midnight.
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August 21, 1990 | From Associated Press
George Steinbrenner signed his resignation letter Monday, effectively ending his 17 1/2-year grip on the New York Yankees. But he played the Boss until the finish, making one final change by again naming Gene Michael general manager. Steinbrenner had until midnight Monday to give up control of the team under an agreement reached July 30 with Commissioner Fay Vincent.
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