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July 20, 1990 | From Associated Press
All-Star outfielder Bobby Bonilla, unhappy with his wife's parking spot, angrily grabbed a Pittsburgh Pirates' vice president during a shouting match after the Pirates' 11-2 victory over San Francisco on Wednesday night. Upset because his wife and young daughter had to park in an unguarded lot about 150 yards from the players' entrance at Three Rivers Stadium, Bonilla confronted vice president for public relations Rick Cerrone in the Pirates' clubhouse.
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July 20, 1990 | From Associated Press
All-Star outfielder Bobby Bonilla, unhappy with his wife's parking spot, angrily grabbed a Pittsburgh Pirates' vice president during a shouting match after the Pirates' 11-2 victory over San Francisco on Wednesday night. Upset because his wife and young daughter had to park in an unguarded lot about 150 yards from the players' entrance at Three Rivers Stadium, Bonilla confronted vice president for public relations Rick Cerrone in the Pirates' clubhouse.
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July 29, 1985 | SCOTT NEWMAN, Times Staff Writer
Baseball has been called America's pastime, been used as a description of Americana along with hot dogs and apple pie, and, even in these days of high prices, remains a sport that is still affordable for most families. Baseball is loading the kids into the station wagon and heading for the ballpark. It's going to the game with your father and hearing him tell how Stan Musial used to hit, or how Bobby Thomson hit that home run to win the 1951 pennant for the Giants.
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October 24, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Pittsburgh Pirates won't permit Manager Jim Leyland talk to the Chicago White Sox or anyone else about switching jobs. The White Sox, who lost Manager Jeff Torborg to the New York Mets, had expressed interest in talking with Leyland, who has two years remaining on his contract.
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December 29, 2001 | Associated Press
David Wells is close to returning to the New York Yankees, spurning an offer from World Series champion Arizona. Diamondback General Manager Joe Garagiola Jr. said that Wells' agent, Gregg Clifton, told him that the pitcher had agreed to a deal with the Yankees. Just last week, Clifton said he was "85%" sure Wells would sign with the Diamondbacks. "I think we were surprised," Garagiola said Friday.
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December 7, 2001 | Associated Press
Don't fit Jason Giambi for pinstripes yet. Despite an ESPN report that the free-agent first baseman had signed a seven-year, $128-million contract, the Yankees were adamant that no agreement had been reached on either the length of a possible deal or the money. "The Yankees have not reached an agreement with Jason Giambi, in principle or otherwise," Yankee spokesman Rick Cerrone said. "I don't know how we can say it any more clearly than that."
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September 17, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Cardinals closer Jason Isringhausen probably will miss the rest of the season because of a bad left hip, St. Louis pitching coach Dave Duncan said Saturday. "I don't expect that Izzy's going to pitch anymore," Duncan said after a 6-1 victory over San Francisco. "I think it's just determining what to do." Isringhausen has not pitched since Sept. 6, when he blew his career-high 10th save chance in 43 tries for the National League Central leaders.
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December 13, 1988 | Associated Press
The Pittsburgh Pirates today announced settlement of a lawsuit against Oakland A's outfielder Dave Parker involving Parker's admitted use of cocaine during his years with the Pirates. The Pirates filed a federal court lawsuit against Parker in April, 1986, seeking to void the contract signed in 1979 under which the team was obligated to make deferred payments of about $5.3 million to Parker. The lawsuit was scheduled to go to trial in U.S. District Court in Pittsburgh next Feb. 6.
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December 28, 2003 | Elliott Teaford, Times Staff Writer
George Steinbrenner, owner of the New York Yankees, was listed in stable condition at a Sarasota, Fla., hospital Saturday after fainting during memorial services for Hall of Fame football player Otto Graham. Steinbrenner, 73, was given oxygen, an electrocardiogram and intravenous fluids during an ambulance ride from the services to the hospital, Paul Dezzi of the Sarasota County Fire Dept. told Associated Press. "Right now, he's fine," Dezzi said. "When we arrived, he was alert and oriented.
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July 6, 1997 | Associated Press
The prospective trade that would have sent outfielder Greg Vaughn and two minor leaguers from the San Diego Padres to New York for pitcher Kenny Rogers, second baseman Mariano Duncan and a minor leaguer, will not take place, the Yankees announced Saturday. "The conditions precedent to the completion of the trade cannot be satisfied," Rick Cerrone, director of Yankee media relations, said in a statement.
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June 10, 1993 | Associated Press
The Pittsburgh Pirates reacted with amused chuckles to Barry Bonds' charges that the team staged his 1991 spring training blowup with Manager Jim Leyland to intentionally make the outfielder look bad. The oft-replayed shouting match occurred several days after an obviously unhappy and disillusioned Bonds arrived in spring training camp after losing his arbitration case.
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