Reds' Morris out four to six weeks

April 16, 1992

First baseman Hal Morris broke a bone behind the knuckle of his right index finger when he was hit by a pitch and will be lost to the Cincinnati Reds for four to six weeks.

Morris finished second to Terry Pendleton for the National League batting title last year.

Reds All-Star shortstop Barry Larkin twisted his right knee and bruised his left arm while chasing a pop fly. It isn't known whether he will miss any games.

* YANKEES: Partners are scheduled to meet today amid reports that George Steinbrenner and Leonard Kleinman have reached a settlement of their dispute over Kleinman's lawsuit against commissioner Fay Vincent and over the $1 million Kleinman contends the club owes him.

* BRAVES: Outfielder Deion Sanders, batting .447 and with a league-high 17 hits, including one home run and five triples, said that, despite another year on his contract with the NFL's Falcons, he wants to remain with the baseball team until the end of season.

Sanders' baseball contract expires July 31.

* CARDINALS: Pitcher Bryn Smith, 37, a former Orioles farmhand, is expected to miss at least two months after underdoing arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow.

The surgery, performed Tuesday, involved the removal of fragments and general cleaning of the elbow.

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