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January 27, 1993 | From Associated Press
The Colorado Rockies fired John Antonucci and Steve Ehrhart, two of the team's three original owners, who lost much of their authority in a restructuring last fall. Antonucci, chairman and chief executive officer of the Rockies, had responsibility for all day-to-day operations of the team. Ehrhart, president of Rockies Stadium Development Corp., was in charge of overseeing construction of Coors Field.
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January 27, 1993 | From Associated Press
The Colorado Rockies fired John Antonucci and Steve Ehrhart, two of the team's three original owners, who lost much of their authority in a restructuring last fall. Antonucci, chairman and chief executive officer of the Rockies, had responsibility for all day-to-day operations of the team. Ehrhart, president of Rockies Stadium Development Corp., was in charge of overseeing construction of Coors Field.
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July 6, 1991 | From Associated Press
Denver and Miami were given formal approval Friday as the National League's expansion franchises and immediately began preparations for their 1993 debuts. Denver's team will be called the Colorado Rockies, and Miami's will be the Florida Marlins. They will be the first new major league teams since 1977 and the first new members of the National League since 1969. The unanimous decision of the 26 major league owners, who met by telephone conference call, was anticlimactic.
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July 6, 1991 | From Associated Press
Denver and Miami were given formal approval Friday as the National League's expansion franchises and immediately began preparations for their 1993 debuts. Denver's team will be called the Colorado Rockies, and Miami's will be the Florida Marlins. They will be the first new major league teams since 1977 and the first new members of the National League since 1969. The unanimous decision of the 26 major league owners, who met by telephone conference call, was anticlimactic.
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September 24, 1991 | Associated Press
If the Atlanta Braves ask, Deion Sanders said he--not the Falcons--will decide if the outfielder-cornerback joins the final days of the NL West pennant race. "It's only speculative," Brave General Manager John Schuerholz said. "We may pursue Deion Sanders. We may not. We haven't done anything yet." Sanders, who left the Braves for the Falcons on July 31, said there was a 90% chance he would return to the Braves for the end of the season, but that he hasn't been asked yet.
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February 10, 2001 | MAL FLORENCE
Bill Lyon of the Philadelphia Inquirer, writing on the "King of Statistics," Harvey Pollack, "who has crept to within a layup of age 80." "He is the Farmers Almanac, the encyclopedia, the atlas and the Rand McNally of numbers. You wouldn't recognize a box score now if it hadn't been for him. Not only has he developed systems and charts, he invented entire categories of statistics. "Most of those abbreviated hieroglyphics that allow you to re-create a game in your mind come from him. Rebounds?
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June 13, 1991 | From Associated Press
Major league baseball's ownership committee unanimously recommended approval of Denver and Miami as the National League's expansion teams on Wednesday as American League anger continued to surface. Oakland General Manager Sandy Alderson said he believed the AL should reject the $42 million it would get from expansion and not contribute players to the talent pool. "It's not worth it," Alderson said. "You get $3 million and look at what you're giving up.
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July 14, 1988 | JEFFREY MILLER, Times Staff Writer
A regional shopping center, seen by city officials as crucial to bringing in needed revenues, came another step closer to reality this week as a major department store firm received exclusive rights to negotiate for the project. May Centers Inc. of St. Louis, development arm of the May Department Stores Co., which owns the May Co.
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July 14, 1988 | JEFFREY MILLER, Times Staff Writer
A regional shopping center, seen by Pomona officials as crucial to bringing in needed revenues, came another step closer to reality this week as a major department store firm received exclusive rights to negotiate for the project. May Centers Inc. of St. Louis, development arm of the May Department Stores Co., which owns the May Co.
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November 21, 2004 | Chris Dufresne, Times Staff Writer
The day started with snowflakes dropping from the sky and ended with flying tortillas. Only Utah could have made that happen. Six years after the bowl championship series was created, No. 5 Utah almost certainly became the first team from a non-BCS conference to earn a major-bowl bid Saturday night when it defeated Brigham Young, 52-21, before a crowd of 45,326 at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Utah improved to 11-0 with the historic victory and is likely headed to the Jan.
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November 19, 1991 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Without Magic Johnson, the Lakers are 5-3. With him a year ago, they were 3-5. . . . Are they overachieving briefly in the face of adversity or are they talented enough to continue to play better than .600 basketball when reality sets in? . . . Last year they had just begun a winning streak that reached eight games and were still learning Mike Dunleavy's system. . . . If Dallas is asking for Vlade Divac for Derek Harper, the Lakers should not make the deal. . . .
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