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December 10, 1988
Rick Bay, who resigned last year as Ohio State's athletic director in protest over the firing of football coach Earle Bruce, was hired Friday as men's athletic director at Minnesota. Bay inherits an athletic department plagued by scandals in the last 10 years, but he urged the university to dwell on past glories, not present problems.
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September 19, 1991 | Associated Press
San Diego Padre right fielder Tony Gwynn, who was chasing his fifth National League batting title, underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee and probably is lost for the rest of the season, team doctor Jan Fronek said. Gwynn, who led the NL in hitting for most of the season, had been bothered by the knee since sliding into second base at Houston in early August.
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January 17, 1988 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
Somewhere, sometime Earle Bruce did something to get himself fired as Ohio State's football coach. Which takes us to that all-important $471,000 question: What did Bruce do to lose the only job he ever wanted? "If you find that out, then I want you to come back and tell me," said Bruce last week, sitting at home on a cold, blustery winter afternoon. He's in for a considerable wait, since the person who knows best why Bruce was fired on Nov. 16--Ohio State President Edward H.
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September 19, 1991 | Associated Press
San Diego Padre right fielder Tony Gwynn, who was chasing his fifth National League batting title, underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee and probably is lost for the rest of the season, team doctor Jan Fronek said. Gwynn, who led the NL in hitting for most of the season, had been bothered by the knee since sliding into second base at Houston in early August.
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February 16, 1988
Rick Bay, who quit as athletic director at Ohio State following the firing of football coach Earle Bruce, was named Monday as executive vice president and chief operating officer of the New York Yankees. The 45-year-old Bay, whose background is in wrestling and football, said he initially will be responsible for the administrative operation of the team. Bay eventually hopes to get into personnel decisions with Steinbrenner, General Manager Lou Piniella and Manager Billy Martin.
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January 3, 1985 | LARRY STEWART, Times Staff Writer
In Wednesday's Times sports section there was a full-page advertisement for the Industry Hills and Sheraton Resort in the City of Industry. The ad boasted that the Ohio State football team had stayed at the complex. The ad contained a picture of the team, with all 140 players appearing to have posed on the complex's golf course. They didn't. A team picture was superimposed on a picture of the golf course with the hotel in the background. But that isn't the problem.
SPORTS
November 28, 1985
The contract of Earle Bruce, Ohio State football coach, will be extended again for another year, said Rick Bay, Ohio State's athletic director.
SPORTS
December 10, 1988
Rick Bay, who resigned last year as Ohio State's athletic director in protest over the firing of football coach Earle Bruce, was hired Friday as men's athletic director at Minnesota. Bay inherits an athletic department plagued by scandals in the last 10 years, but he urged the university to dwell on past glories, not present problems.
SPORTS
February 16, 1988
Rick Bay, who quit as athletic director at Ohio State following the firing of football coach Earle Bruce, was named Monday as executive vice president and chief operating officer of the New York Yankees. The 45-year-old Bay, whose background is in wrestling and football, said he initially will be responsible for the administrative operation of the team. Bay eventually hopes to get into personnel decisions with Steinbrenner, General Manager Lou Piniella and Manager Billy Martin.
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January 17, 1988 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
Somewhere, sometime Earle Bruce did something to get himself fired as Ohio State's football coach. Which takes us to that all-important $471,000 question: What did Bruce do to lose the only job he ever wanted? "If you find that out, then I want you to come back and tell me," said Bruce last week, sitting at home on a cold, blustery winter afternoon. He's in for a considerable wait, since the person who knows best why Bruce was fired on Nov. 16--Ohio State President Edward H.
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January 3, 1985 | LARRY STEWART, Times Staff Writer
In Wednesday's Times sports section there was a full-page advertisement for the Industry Hills and Sheraton Resort in the City of Industry. The ad boasted that the Ohio State football team had stayed at the complex. The ad contained a picture of the team, with all 140 players appearing to have posed on the complex's golf course. They didn't. A team picture was superimposed on a picture of the golf course with the hotel in the background. But that isn't the problem.
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