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February 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Right-hander Bob Tewksbury quadrupled his salary when he agreed with the St. Louis Cardinals on a one-year contract worth $800,000. Tewksbury, who made $185,000 in 1991, had sought $975,000 in arbitration while the Cardinals offered $625,000. Tewksbury was 11-12 with a 3.25 earned-run average in 30 starts last season.
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June 15, 1994 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Quartz Hill High right-hander Roger Worley, the top area high school player selected in the major league amateur draft earlier this month, said Tuesday he will sign this week with the Baltimore Orioles. Also, Crescenta Valley infielder Kirk Hagge has signed with the Detroit Tigers and Brigham Young right-hander Kevin Foderaro, a former Hart High and College of the Canyons pitcher, has signed with the St. Louis Cardinals. Worley, a third-round pick, said he will sign a contract Thursday.
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August 18, 1990 | From Associated Press
Pedro Guerrero of the St. Louis Cardinals was suspended for one game by Bill White, National League president, Friday for his involvement in a fight during Thursday night's game against the Houston Astros in St. Louis. Guerrero and Houston pitcher Danny Darwin were fined an undisclosed amount for their part in the fight. "Indiscriminate on-field fighting has got to stop," White said in a prepared statement.
SPORTS
February 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Right-hander Bob Tewksbury quadrupled his salary when he agreed with the St. Louis Cardinals on a one-year contract worth $800,000. Tewksbury, who made $185,000 in 1991, had sought $975,000 in arbitration while the Cardinals offered $625,000. Tewksbury was 11-12 with a 3.25 earned-run average in 30 starts last season.
SPORTS
June 15, 1994 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Quartz Hill High right-hander Roger Worley, the top area high school player selected in the major league amateur draft earlier this month, said Tuesday he will sign this week with the Baltimore Orioles. Also, Crescenta Valley infielder Kirk Hagge has signed with the Detroit Tigers and Brigham Young right-hander Kevin Foderaro, a former Hart High and College of the Canyons pitcher, has signed with the St. Louis Cardinals. Worley, a third-round pick, said he will sign a contract Thursday.
NEWS
August 9, 1988
Margaret Snyder Busch; Served on Anheuser-Busch Board Margaret Snyder Busch, 72, wife of August A. Busch Jr. and the first woman to be named to the board of directors of Anheuser-Busch, the world's largest producer of beer. Mrs. Busch had lived with her 89-year-old husband at Grant's Farm in south St. Louis County, former home of President Ulysses S. Grant. It is there the famous Anheuser-Busch Clydesdales are stabled.
BUSINESS
October 26, 1995 | From Bloomberg Business News
Anheuser-Busch Cos. said it will sell its money-losing St. Louis Cardinals baseball team and Eagle Snacks unit in an unexpected move to return its focus to the world's leading beer business and boost its lagging share price. The St. Louis-based company, in other moves to save money, said it will close its brewery in Tampa, Fla., and reduce beer shipments to wholesalers by 5% in the fourth quarter.
BUSINESS
April 4, 1995 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
From hot dog vendors to advertising sales people, the end of the major league baseball strike was hailed on Monday by a wide variety of businesses eager for a winning season after last year's dismal results. "It's now an immediate scramble to (sign-up advertisers) who had promised that they would join us when the regular players returned," said Jim Kalmenson, general manager of Los Angeles-area radio station KWKW-AM, which broadcasts Dodger games in Spanish.
SPORTS
April 21, 1987
Mickey Mantle, hospitalized in Irving, Tex., recently after suffering from chest pains and shortness of breath, recalled a dream he had while in the hospital. "I dreamed I died and went to heaven," he said. "St. Peter greeted me. I said. 'I'm Mickey Mantle.' He said, 'Really? Come in. God wants to see you.' "I went to see God and He said, 'We can't keep you here because of the way you acted. But do me a favor and sign these six dozen baseballs.' " Mickey always played hard.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 2001 | JEFF GOTTLIEB, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There was only one way to get invited into Fidelity Investments' tent and dine at tables set with blue and white linens: Be rich, and entrust your wealth to the company. "It's a way for us to show our private wealth management customers our appreciation," said Michael Davis, a Fidelity account executive. How much money does it take to qualify? "I would want to be one of my clients," Davis said. Well, how much?
SPORTS
August 18, 1990 | From Associated Press
Pedro Guerrero of the St. Louis Cardinals was suspended for one game by Bill White, National League president, Friday for his involvement in a fight during Thursday night's game against the Houston Astros in St. Louis. Guerrero and Houston pitcher Danny Darwin were fined an undisclosed amount for their part in the fight. "Indiscriminate on-field fighting has got to stop," White said in a prepared statement.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 23, 1987 | EILEEN V. QUIGLEY, Eileen V. Quigley is a researcher in The Times' New York bureau. and
The American Life League, one of the nation's largest anti-abortion organizations, Wednesday announced a television and radio campaign that attacks condoms as a means of preventing AIDS and advocates abstinence from sexual activity until marriage as the only safe method. "There is no such thing as safe sex," said Judie Brown, president of the organization, which is based in Stafford, Va. "We think that human beings should be given the right to make a fully informed decision.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 27, 1995 | Dana Parsons
I admit I was punchy from a hectic weekend in Missouri, but were my eyes deceiving me? A bizarre dream sequence, perhaps? It was 6 o'clock last Sunday evening, and I had just finished pumping gas at a Conoco station in Marthasville, Mo., a scenic, rustic community of several hundred people about 50 miles west of St. Louis.
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