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November 29, 2008
While I'm not optimistic about our chances in next week's showdown with USC, my Bruins have already scored a more impressive victory over the Trojans. The score was 2-0. The event: the number of Rhodes Scholars chosen this year from each school. Stephen Greenberg Santa Monica
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November 29, 2008
While I'm not optimistic about our chances in next week's showdown with USC, my Bruins have already scored a more impressive victory over the Trojans. The score was 2-0. The event: the number of Rhodes Scholars chosen this year from each school. Stephen Greenberg Santa Monica
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October 27, 1991 | Associated Press
With their postseason success, the Braves were able to cut three weeks off Otis Nixon's suspension. Nixon was suspended for 60 days by the commissioner's office on Sept. 16 after testing positive for cocaine. Deputy commissioner Stephen Greenberg said Saturday that Atlanta's postseason would count against the suspension, meaning Nixon would have to sit out only the first 18 days next season.
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January 14, 1993 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Baseball's leadership vacuum apparently expanded Wednesday when deputy commissioner Steve Greenberg resigned, effective in 90 days. Greenberg, in a letter to Bud Selig, president of the Milwaukee Brewers and chairman of the major leagues' governing executive council, said he has been left out of the decision-making loop since the forced resignation of Commissioner Fay Vincent four months ago and that the job is no longer what he "bargained for," giving rise to frustration.
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November 2, 1989
Stephen Greenberg, the son of Hall of Famer Hank Greenberg and an agent for many major league players, was appointed baseball's deputy commissioner Wednesday. Greenberg is currently an attorney with the Los Angeles law firm of Manhatt, Phelps, Rothenberg & Phillips. He will begin his new job Jan. 1, also holding the title of baseball's chief operating officer. Greenberg, who played minor league baseball before becoming a lawyer, is a graduate of Yale University.
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December 29, 1990 | From Associated Press
Four-time National League batting champion Bill Madlock, who retired in 1988, filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against his former agent, Stephen Greenberg, who is now the deputy commissioner of baseball. The lawsuit, which also names Madlock's former accountant, Steven Kriegsman, cites breach of contract, breach of good faith and fair dealings, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and deceit, accounting malpractice, negligence and conspiracy.
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January 14, 1993 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Baseball's leadership vacuum apparently expanded Wednesday when deputy commissioner Steve Greenberg resigned, effective in 90 days. Greenberg, in a letter to Bud Selig, president of the Milwaukee Brewers and chairman of the major leagues' governing executive council, said he has been left out of the decision-making loop since the forced resignation of Commissioner Fay Vincent four months ago and that the job is no longer what he "bargained for," giving rise to frustration.
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March 20, 1990 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Commissioner Fay Vincent said Monday that he is "reasonably confident" that baseball will be able to scratch the asterisk that would always accompany a 158-game season. "I think we're going to be able to preserve a 162-game season," Vincent said by phone from his New York office. The season had been scheduled to begin April 2.
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November 28, 1989 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A graduate of Yale and the UCLA law school, he has been a minor league player, a major league player agent and managing partner of a big league Los Angeles law firm. As a son of Hank Greenberg, the late Hall of Famer, Steve Greenberg grew up in a baseball household and now, at 41, will help run baseball's household as Fay Vincent's deputy commissioner. Deputy? Greenberg defines it as a partnership.
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September 22, 1991 | ROSS NEWHAN
Peter Ueberroth declared a victory in baseball's war on drugs when he left office as commissioner in 1988. The Otis Nixon incident--along with others since Ueberroth left--seems to indicate that the war continues, though confined apparently to occasional fire fights.
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October 27, 1991 | Associated Press
With their postseason success, the Braves were able to cut three weeks off Otis Nixon's suspension. Nixon was suspended for 60 days by the commissioner's office on Sept. 16 after testing positive for cocaine. Deputy commissioner Stephen Greenberg said Saturday that Atlanta's postseason would count against the suspension, meaning Nixon would have to sit out only the first 18 days next season.
SPORTS
September 22, 1991 | ROSS NEWHAN
Peter Ueberroth declared a victory in baseball's war on drugs when he left office as commissioner in 1988. The Otis Nixon incident--along with others since Ueberroth left--seems to indicate that the war continues, though confined apparently to occasional fire fights.
SPORTS
December 29, 1990 | From Associated Press
Four-time National League batting champion Bill Madlock, who retired in 1988, filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against his former agent, Stephen Greenberg, who is now the deputy commissioner of baseball. The lawsuit, which also names Madlock's former accountant, Steven Kriegsman, cites breach of contract, breach of good faith and fair dealings, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and deceit, accounting malpractice, negligence and conspiracy.
SPORTS
March 20, 1990 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Commissioner Fay Vincent said Monday that he is "reasonably confident" that baseball will be able to scratch the asterisk that would always accompany a 158-game season. "I think we're going to be able to preserve a 162-game season," Vincent said by phone from his New York office. The season had been scheduled to begin April 2.
SPORTS
November 28, 1989 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A graduate of Yale and the UCLA law school, he has been a minor league player, a major league player agent and managing partner of a big league Los Angeles law firm. As a son of Hank Greenberg, the late Hall of Famer, Steve Greenberg grew up in a baseball household and now, at 41, will help run baseball's household as Fay Vincent's deputy commissioner. Deputy? Greenberg defines it as a partnership.
SPORTS
November 2, 1989
Stephen Greenberg, the son of Hall of Famer Hank Greenberg and an agent for many major league players, was appointed baseball's deputy commissioner Wednesday. Greenberg is currently an attorney with the Los Angeles law firm of Manhatt, Phelps, Rothenberg & Phillips. He will begin his new job Jan. 1, also holding the title of baseball's chief operating officer. Greenberg, who played minor league baseball before becoming a lawyer, is a graduate of Yale University.
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