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January 7, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
A judge in Houston has dismissed a charge against Boston Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens, who was found not guilty last month of another charge stemming from an alleged barroom brawl with an off-duty police officer. The misdemeanor charge of interfering with a public servant was dropped Friday, said George Tyson, a lawyer for Clemens.
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January 7, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
A judge in Houston has dismissed a charge against Boston Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens, who was found not guilty last month of another charge stemming from an alleged barroom brawl with an off-duty police officer. The misdemeanor charge of interfering with a public servant was dropped Friday, said George Tyson, a lawyer for Clemens.
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February 4, 2014 | By Matt Wilhalme
Tracy McGrady is trading in the hardwood for the baseball diamond. McGrady, 34, announced his retirement from the NBA in August, but the seven-time All-Star is trying to keep his athletic career alive as a pitcher with the Sugar Land (Texas) Skeeters of the Atlantic League. Once a dominant scorer, winning consecutive scoring titles with Orlando, McGrady doesn't quite have the heat needed to overpower hitters, but he's getting there, according to pro baseball scout Scipio Spinks.
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May 18, 1986 | KEN DENLINGER, The Washington Post
May is the underrated month in sport. Everybody is involved, though in a more orderly way than almost any other time of year. Other months offer higher highs and lower lows; all the emotions are on display in May. Batting second behind the more glamorous April, May pokes baseball ahead better than we often notice. Pro basketball essentially begins in May. Pro hockey ends in May. Pro football begins its long-awaited war of words in a few days: the USFL's lawsuit against the NFL.
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November 13, 1996 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He pitched for a second-division club rather than a World Series champion, but that probably helped rather than hurt Pat Hentgen's chances to win the American League Cy Young Award. Hentgen, of the Toronto Blue Jays, edged Andy Pettitte of the World Series champion New York Yankees on Tuesday to win the award in the closest voting since 1972. His durability was perhaps the deciding factor among members of the Baseball Writers Assn. of America, who voted on the award. Hentgen, 20-10 with a 3.
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