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May 1, 1991 | HELENE ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Citing insurmountable differences in their styles, Angel President Richard Brown fired General Manager Mike Port on Tuesday. Dan O'Brien, the Angels' senior vice president for baseball operations, will assume Port's duties for the rest of the season, although he will not assume Port's title. Port, 45, had been with the Angels since 1977, progressing from director of player personnel to vice president and chief administrative officer in 1980. He added the title of general manager Sept.
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March 23, 1991
The aging Daves, Winfield and Parker, will probably be gone from Anaheim within a year or two. Hopefully, Doug Rader and Mike Port will precede them. BRIAN YOUNG Los Angeles
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February 23, 1991
When it comes to salary arbitration, Wally Joyner has led a charmed life. He will receive $2.1 million for 1991 after having played only half a season in 1990. He has never really carried his weight since his sophomore season in 1987 and yet he always wants more money. However, the charm may well be over by the end of the 1991 season, if not before. I still remember Ron Romanick vs. Mike Port. HAROLD E. PHELPS Alhambra
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October 6, 1990 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The cold war in the Angels' front office is finally over and if Mike Port didn't quite hand over his sword, he totes a smaller model today. Two years ago, Port's Angels were a one-man show. His title was nearly as long as one of his declarative sentences--Executive Vice President-General Manager-Chief Operating Officer--and his responsibilities ranged from trades to player development to contract negotiations to marketing to community relations. If it said Angels , Port oversaw it.
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October 5, 1990 | MIKE PENNER
The cold war within the Angel front office is finally over and if Mike Port didn't quite hand over his sword, he today totes a smaller model. Two years ago, Port's Angels were a one-man show. His title was nearly as long as one of his declarative sentences--Executive Vice President/General Manager/Chief Operating Officer--and his responsibilities ranged from trades to player development to contract negotiations to marketing to community relations. If it said Angels , Port oversaw it.
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October 5, 1990 | CHRIS FOSTER and MARK LANDSBAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Less than 24 hours after the end of a disappointing season, the Angels restructured their front office Thursday by appointing Richard M. Brown as the club's president and chief executive officer. The move significantly reduces the role of Mike Port, executive vice president and general manager. Port, who will report to Brown, remains in charge of baseball operations, but he will no longer be the chief operating officer.
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October 4, 1990 | From Associated Press
Richard M. Brown was appointed president and chief executive officer of the Angels today, a move that means the duties of owner Gene Autry will be reduced. Brown, 47, has been a member of the Angels' board of directors since 1986 and the team's legal counsel since 1981. It was also announced at a news conference at Anaheim Stadium that Mike Port will continue full-time baseball activities as the Angels' executive vice president and general manager.
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