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April 27, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Veteran Chicago Bears defensive tackle Steve McMichael is available through trade, the team told the 27 other NFL clubs. His agent, Larry Bales, sought more than $800,000 a year for McMichael, a two-time Pro Bowl participant and the top-rated defensive player on the Bears last season. Last summer, the team broke tradition and renegotiated the 32-year-old McMichael's contract to a base of $500,000.
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August 9, 2001 | Associated Press
More than 300 "guest conductors" have led the crowd at Wrigley Field in singing "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" during the seventh-inning stretch. When former Chicago Bear tackle Steve McMichael got his chance, he did what the likes of Bill Murray, George Foreman or a purple dinosaur named Barney had never done. He got himself removed from the building by an umpire.
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August 21, 1990
The Chicago Bears and holdout defensive tackle Steve McMichael remained at an impasse after the latest contract talks failed to resolve their differences. No new negotiations were scheduled after McMichael and his agent met for more than two hours Monday with Bears finance director Ted Phillips. And with just two exhibition games to go before the regular season starts, the stalemate frustrated Coach Mike Ditka. "There seems no sense of urgency, and that's always bothersome," Ditka said.
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October 5, 1991 | Michael Wilbon, The Washington Post
The Catholic Archdiocese here has made at least one official complaint. So has Chicago's school board, a gay-lesbian coalition and various women's rights and ethnic groups. Most recently, people who work with Down's syndrome patients have become upset with Steve McMichael, starting defensive tackle for the Chicago Bears and co-host of absolutely the most out-of-control half-hour of quasi sports television.
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May 25, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Defensive tackle Steve McMichael, an 11-year veteran who played in every game for the Chicago Bears last season, is boycotting the team's mini-camp because he wants to renegotiate his agreement. Coach Mike Ditka said Thursday that McMichael is making a mistake by staying home. McMichael and linebacker Mike Singletary were the only two team members to play in every game last season. McMichael is seeking an increase in his base salary from $500,000 to $800,000.
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February 20, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Bears defensive tackle Steve McMichael, miffed that the team won't renegotiate his contract, has asked to be traded to the Dallas Cowboys. "If I'm not appreciated, I don't want to play for the McCaskeys anymore," the two-time Pro Bowler said Monday in reference to the family that owns the team. "Am I going down a one-way street here?" McMichael, who said he preferred to go to Dallas, earns less money than seven of his teammates on defense.
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August 9, 2001 | Associated Press
More than 300 "guest conductors" have led the crowd at Wrigley Field in singing "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" during the seventh-inning stretch. When former Chicago Bear tackle Steve McMichael got his chance, he did what the likes of Bill Murray, George Foreman or a purple dinosaur named Barney had never done. He got himself removed from the building by an umpire.
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October 5, 1991 | Michael Wilbon, The Washington Post
The Catholic Archdiocese here has made at least one official complaint. So has Chicago's school board, a gay-lesbian coalition and various women's rights and ethnic groups. Most recently, people who work with Down's syndrome patients have become upset with Steve McMichael, starting defensive tackle for the Chicago Bears and co-host of absolutely the most out-of-control half-hour of quasi sports television.
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June 25, 1988 | Associated Press
Danville stockbroker Randy Haag and UC Santa Barbara senior Don Parsons will meet today in the 36-hole final for the 77th California Amateur Golf Championship. During Friday's double round, Haag, 29, defeated Jack Spradlin Jr. of San Diego, 2 and 1, in the quarterfinals, and came back in the semifinals to beat former UCLA player Bob Marten, 31, of Alamo, 4 and 3.
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April 23, 2009 | Ben Bolch
Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley 1, Dana Hills 0 Top contributors: Left-hander Tyler Matzek pitched a two-hit shutout, giving him 14 scoreless innings against the Dolphins in two games this season. Matzek struck out 12 and did not issue a walk. Dana Hills' Eric Ehlow was nearly as good, giving up five hits and one run in 6 1/3 innings and striking out four. The scoop: With the game scoreless in the seventh inning, Kyle Hunt singled, stole second base and scored on Steve McMichael's double.
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August 21, 1990
The Chicago Bears and holdout defensive tackle Steve McMichael remained at an impasse after the latest contract talks failed to resolve their differences. No new negotiations were scheduled after McMichael and his agent met for more than two hours Monday with Bears finance director Ted Phillips. And with just two exhibition games to go before the regular season starts, the stalemate frustrated Coach Mike Ditka. "There seems no sense of urgency, and that's always bothersome," Ditka said.
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May 25, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Defensive tackle Steve McMichael, an 11-year veteran who played in every game for the Chicago Bears last season, is boycotting the team's mini-camp because he wants to renegotiate his agreement. Coach Mike Ditka said Thursday that McMichael is making a mistake by staying home. McMichael and linebacker Mike Singletary were the only two team members to play in every game last season. McMichael is seeking an increase in his base salary from $500,000 to $800,000.
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April 27, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Veteran Chicago Bears defensive tackle Steve McMichael is available through trade, the team told the 27 other NFL clubs. His agent, Larry Bales, sought more than $800,000 a year for McMichael, a two-time Pro Bowl participant and the top-rated defensive player on the Bears last season. Last summer, the team broke tradition and renegotiated the 32-year-old McMichael's contract to a base of $500,000.
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February 20, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Bears defensive tackle Steve McMichael, miffed that the team won't renegotiate his contract, has asked to be traded to the Dallas Cowboys. "If I'm not appreciated, I don't want to play for the McCaskeys anymore," the two-time Pro Bowler said Monday in reference to the family that owns the team. "Am I going down a one-way street here?" McMichael, who said he preferred to go to Dallas, earns less money than seven of his teammates on defense.
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