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May 3, 1999 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Dodgers made a surprising investment during the off-season, signing pitcher Kevin Brown to the biggest deal in baseball history. His employers at Chavez Ravine believe Brown will help elevate the team among the game's elite again, but his Dodger career has started slowly. Brown endured his worst performance with the team in the Philadelphia Phillies' 12-3 victory Sunday afternoon, ending the Dodgers' winning streak at five games.
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May 3, 1999 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Dodgers made a surprising investment during the off-season, signing pitcher Kevin Brown to the biggest deal in baseball history. His employers at Chavez Ravine believe Brown will help elevate the team among the game's elite again, but his Dodger career has started slowly. Brown endured his worst performance with the team in the Philadelphia Phillies' 12-3 victory Sunday afternoon, ending the Dodgers' winning streak at five games.
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May 18, 1989 | From Times wire services
A Riverside construction worker was the winner of $21.3 million in California's latest "Lotto 6/49" game, lottery officials said today. But there were thousands of disappointed people who thought they won big or small prizes--when a set of wrong numbers was broadcast by a Los Angeles television station Wednesday night. The construction worker, Layne Landry, is the second-largest prize winner in the history of the Lotto game. There were $25.7 million payouts to a pair of winners when a $51.4-million jackpot was split June 4. Landry, who is married with four children, had purchased his ticket at a Fast-Trip convenience store in Riverside.
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October 3, 1997 | JOSE CARDENAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dear Traffic Talk: I realize this is probably a losing battle, but I thought other citizens may have had the same experience I had. On a recent Sunday afternoon, I drove southbound on the Golden State Freeway on the way to a Los Angeles Dodgers baseball game. I was driving in the proper lane to exit Stadium Way. During the exit, there must have been 25 vehicles that cut in front of me from the left and right lanes so they too could get in the Stadium Way exit.
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