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April 27, 1991 | Associated Press
The Baltimore Orioles placed first baseman Glenn Davis on the 15-day disabled list because of an injury to his right shoulder. General Manager Roland Hemond said Davis had suffered the injury during spring training, but that it did not really become a problem until the team came north to start the season. "It bothers you more in this cold weather," Hemond said. Davis is batting .244 with four home runs. Pitcher Bob Milacki was recalled from double-A Hagerstown to fill the roster vacancy.
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July 15, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Texas businessman Drayton McLane Jr. has made a bid worth more than $100 million to buy the Houston Astros and other assets from owner John McMullen, the Houston Chronicle reported. The offer includes about $90 million for the Astros, with the remainder going toward the purchase of the Houston Sports Assn.'s lease on the Astrodome and some of HSA's hotels, the newspaper said.
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July 15, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Texas businessman Drayton McLane Jr. has made a bid worth more than $100 million to buy the Houston Astros and other assets from owner John McMullen, the Houston Chronicle reported. The offer includes about $90 million for the Astros, with the remainder going toward the purchase of the Houston Sports Assn.'s lease on the Astrodome and some of HSA's hotels, the newspaper said.
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April 27, 1991 | Associated Press
The Baltimore Orioles placed first baseman Glenn Davis on the 15-day disabled list because of an injury to his right shoulder. General Manager Roland Hemond said Davis had suffered the injury during spring training, but that it did not really become a problem until the team came north to start the season. "It bothers you more in this cold weather," Hemond said. Davis is batting .244 with four home runs. Pitcher Bob Milacki was recalled from double-A Hagerstown to fill the roster vacancy.
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October 23, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Judith M. Sweet, athletic director at UC San Diego and a strong proponent of gender equity, was among four finalists announced Friday for the job of executive director of the NCAA to replace Dick Schultz. The other finalists are William W. Cobey Jr., a former athletic director at the University of North Carolina; Cedric W. Dempsey, athletic director at Arizona and secretary-treasurer of the NCAA, and R.
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