Guerrero, Worrell fight after game

BASEBALL NOTES

April 19, 1992

Pedro Guerrero and Todd Worrell of the St. Louis Cardinals had a heated argument that led to punches after yesterday's loss to the Chicago Cubs.

The scuffle apparently started when Cubs outfielder Sammy Sosa entered the St. Louis clubhouse to chat with Guerrero after the game. Worrell told Guerrero he didn't like it -- supporting the view of several teammates -- and the two started a shouting match that led to some punches and shoving.

* TIGERS: Cecil Fielder says Tiger Stadium is an embarrassment.

Fielder says he would be willing to find another home -- maybe Camden Yards -- if he becomes a free agent after the 1993 season.

Fielder is impressed with Oriole Park's large locker rooms, excellent weight-lifting facilities and indoor batting cages.

"I can see not wanting to destroy Tiger Stadium," Fielder said. "But if they're not going to build a new stadium, they should at least make our facilities decent. Our high school had better facilities."

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