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December 12, 2009 | By Bill Shaikin
As Frank and Jamie McCourt keep low profiles, another player in the Dodgers' divorce drama made an unusual public appearance halfway around the world. In a twist that has Frank McCourt threatening legal action, the driver with whom he alleges Jamie McCourt had an affair met this week with a Taiwanese legislator interested in strengthening ties with the Dodgers. Jeff Fuller presented a Dodgers jacket and an autographed baseball from Manager Joe Torre to Sen. Justin Chou. In turn, Chou invited Jamie McCourt to visit Taiwan.
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SPORTS
December 12, 2009 | By Bill Shaikin
As Frank and Jamie McCourt keep low profiles, another player in the Dodgers' divorce drama made an unusual public appearance halfway around the world. In a twist that has Frank McCourt threatening legal action, the driver with whom he alleges Jamie McCourt had an affair met this week with a Taiwanese legislator interested in strengthening ties with the Dodgers. Jeff Fuller presented a Dodgers jacket and an autographed baseball from Manager Joe Torre to Sen. Justin Chou. In turn, Chou invited Jamie McCourt to visit Taiwan.
NEWS
October 7, 1987 | Associated Press
Quarterback Joe Montana and 11 other San Francisco 49ers defied striking teammates and returned to their team's training camp today. The defections from the striking 49ers began with the return of veteran tight end Russ Francis late Tuesday.
SPORTS
August 28, 1989 | From Associated Press
Kevin Sweeney, for a short time the most prolific passer in major college football history, says he may leave the sport now that he has been cut by the San Francisco 49ers. "I'll probably go to work; I'm going to talk to some friends in the business community," said Sweeney, who obtained a bachelor's degree in finance while passing for Cal State Fresno in the mid-1980s.
SPORTS
October 26, 1989 | From Times wire services
With Joe Montana injured, Steve Young will start at quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday against the New York Jets. If something happens to Young, Steve Bono will be quarterback, Coach George Seifert said. Montana stretched a ligament in his left knee during the 49ers' 37-20 victory over New England at Stanford Stadium last Sunday. "My inkling is that the earliest Joe would be ready to go is a couple of weeks from now," perhaps in the Nov. 6 game against New Orleans, Seifert said.
NEWS
April 20, 1994 | From a Times Staff Writer
In a victory for the insurance industry, the Assembly Insurance Committee on Tuesday rejected legislation that would have repealed a series of industry-sponsored laws that critics say have watered down provisions of Proposition 103, the initiative designed to reduce premiums. There was one vote for the measure, AB 3445 by Assemblyman Burt Margolin (D-Los Angeles), and three against, with several abstentions. Margolin promised to have the bill reconsidered at a later date.
SPORTS
October 29, 2009 | Bill Shaikin
The reinstatement of Jamie McCourt as the Dodgers' chief executive officer would be "akin to throwing a bomb into a crowded room," lawyers for Frank McCourt argued in court papers filed Wednesday. On the day after Jamie McCourt filed for divorce, Frank McCourt said in his filing that he fired his estranged wife for having an affair with her driver and for repeatedly undermining the chain of command by not reporting directly to him. Dennis Mannion, the Dodgers' president, said in his filing that Jamie McCourt did not show up for work more than half the time, put her own image ahead of that of the team and "exhibited an almost disdainful disregard for the fundamental requirements of her job and workplace etiquette."
ENTERTAINMENT
December 5, 1988 | ZAN STEWART
"This is a jazz band, so don't expect any Top 40," said Lou Donaldson after offering a zesty medium-paced version of "Stella by Starlight" to begin a two-night engagement Friday at Birdland West in Long Beach.
SPORTS
November 14, 2009
Mark Cuban says he wants to buy the Dodgers but, oh yeah, they're not for sale. Jamie McCourt, the "baseball girl," has her own plan to buy the team -- good news for Little League presidents throughout the city. The mediocre left fielder announces that he will indeed come back to suck up $20 million of the payroll, thus insuring that Juan Pierre and his exciting brand of ball will stay on the bench. It's the third day of the general managers' meeting, and not a word of activity from Ned Colletti.
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