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April 11, 1990 | From United Press International
Bobby Brett, brother and agent of Kansas City Royals slugger George Brett, has purchased the Spokane Chiefs hockey team of the Western Hockey League. Brett purchased the Chiefs from majority owner Vic Fitzgerald of Penticton, British Columbia, but declined Tuesday to reveal the price. Fitzgerald, who had asked $800,000 for the team, said it has lost about $300,000 since it moved to Spokane from Kelowna, British Columbia, five years ago.
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April 11, 1990 | From United Press International
Bobby Brett, brother and agent of Kansas City Royals slugger George Brett, has purchased the Spokane Chiefs hockey team of the Western Hockey League. Brett purchased the Chiefs from majority owner Vic Fitzgerald of Penticton, British Columbia, but declined Tuesday to reveal the price. Fitzgerald, who had asked $800,000 for the team, said it has lost about $300,000 since it moved to Spokane from Kelowna, British Columbia, five years ago.
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November 20, 2003 | Lisa Dillman, Times Staff Writer
Former major league baseball player Ken Brett, who came out of El Segundo High School and became the youngest World Series pitcher in history at 19, died Tuesday night in Spokane, Wash., after a prolonged fight with brain cancer. He was 55. The former Angel and Seattle Mariner broadcaster was the older brother of Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett. Ken Brett's major league career spanned 14 years (1967-81), including an appearance in the 1967 World Series for the Boston Red Sox.
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