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SPORTS
March 18, 1989
If Wade Boggs, who has the fourth-highest batting average in major league baseball history at .354, hit .221 when his wife was with him and .341 when Margo Adams was around, he'd better stay away from both of them. They're killing his lifetime batting average. TOM BOKARAE Huntington Beach
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NEWS
March 10, 1989 | DIANNE KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
In just about half an hour, talk show host Arsenio Hall will introduce her to his studio audience as "the most notorious woman in America," and right now, Margo Adams, dressed in a body-hugging scarlet knit, is back stage getting ready. "Did you do Sally?" asks the makeup artist as she dabs at Adams' cheekbones. "Sally?" Adams says, her blue eyes flashing upward. "Sally Jessy Raphael." "Oh, no," Adams says. "I did Sonia. Then Larry King." "Ohhh," comes the response.
NEWS
March 10, 1989 | DIANNE Klein, Times Staff Writer
In just about half an hour, talk show host Arsenio Hall will introduce her to his studio audience as "the most notorious woman in America," and right now Margo Adams, dressed in a body-hugging scarlet knit, is backstage getting ready. "Did you do Sally?" asks the makeup artist as she dabs at Adams' cheekbones. "Sally?" Adams says, flashing her blue eyes up ward. "Sally Jessy Raphael." "Oh, no," Adams says. "I did Sonia. Then Larry King." "Ohhh," comes the response.
SPORTS
March 5, 1989 | ROSS NEWHAN, Times Staff Writer
On the day that Margo Adams, his former mistress, was conducting a New York news conference to promote her Penthouse magazine article chronicling their four-year relationship, Wade Boggs walked off the field here after a Boston Red Sox workout singing, "That's Amore ."
SPORTS
February 27, 1989
A state appellate court has thrown out a key claim in Margo Adams' palimony lawsuit against Boston Red Sox star Wade Boggs, ruling that the Adams does not deserve payment for emotional distress. The split decision by the 4th District Court of Appeal leaves intact only Margo Adams' breach of contract allegations, which even if proved could justify only a small fraction of the $6 million in damages she first claimed against Boggs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1989 | JOHN SPANO, Times Staff Writer
A state appellate court has thrown out a key claim in a Costa Mesa woman's palimony lawsuit against Boston Red Sox star Wade Boggs, ruling that the jilted lover does not deserve payment for emotional distress. The split decision by the 4th District Court of Appeal leaves intact only Margo Adams' breach of contract allegations, which even if proved could justify only a small fraction of the $6 million in damages she first claimed against the baseball slugger.
SPORTS
February 26, 1989 | STEVE JACOBSON, Newsday
In scholarly tones, the sociological commentary said the incidence of immorality is highest among migratory workers. An insightful baseball writer interpreted that to mean "the road will make a bum of the best of them." The Margo Adams-Wade Boggs kiss-and-tell revelations should be played against that backdrop. They really aren't new, except that it's always new when the covers are pulled off the peccadilloes of the rich and famous.
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