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April 13, 1992
BASEBALLAmerican LeagueCALIFORNIA ANGELS -- Traded Dick Schofield, shortstop, to the New York Mets for Julio Valera, pitcher, and a player to be named later. Placed Chuck Finley and Scott Bailes, pitchers, on the 15-day disabled list. Purchased the contracts of Steve Frey, pitcher, and Rene Gonzales, infielder, from Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League.National League* ATLANTA BRAVES -- Placed David Justice, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled Francisco Cabrera, catcher, from Richmond of the International League.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun reporter | October 27, 2007
Ravens kicker Rhys Lloyd's journey to an NFL career began with a ripped-up knee and a cracked wall. The knee belonged to Lloyd's father, Bryn, a soccer player who toiled in relative anonymity in England's lower professional leagues until the injury forced him to bring his family to a faraway place called Minnesota to start a second career as a coach. The cracked wall was the result of Bryn's son taking his turn at kicking an American football during a high school trip to Disney's Wide World of Sports complex in Florida.
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By BILL ORDINE | July 1, 2007
Perhaps on the verge of taking civil litigation to a new extreme, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban appears to be contemplating some sort of legal action against Golden State coach Don Nelson. And some view it as payback for Nelson's Warriors upsetting the Mavs in the NBA playoffs. Of course, the feud between Cuban and Nelson predates the recent playoffs. Nelson once worked for Cuban, and the basis for the owner's action, whatever it turns out to be, is an argument that Nelson used confidential information about Dallas to engineer the first-round upset.
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By BILL ORDINE | July 1, 2007
Perhaps on the verge of taking civil litigation to a new extreme, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban appears to be contemplating some sort of legal action against Golden State coach Don Nelson. And some view it as payback for Nelson's Warriors upsetting the Mavs in the NBA playoffs. Of course, the feud between Cuban and Nelson predates the recent playoffs. Nelson once worked for Cuban, and the basis for the owner's action, whatever it turns out to be, is an argument that Nelson used confidential information about Dallas to engineer the first-round upset.
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October 22, 1994
Baseball2 San Diego Padres -- Named Bruce Bochy manager.BasketballGolden State Warriors -- Waived F Bob McCann and G Travis Ford.Los Angeles Clippers -- Signed F Lamond Murray to a five-year contract.San Antonio Spurs -- Fined F Dennis Rodman $15,000 for missing an exhibition game.CollegesMaryland -- Named Scott Marr, who played at Johns Hopkins and coached 1992-1994 at Delaware, assistant lacrosse coach in charge of attack.UMBC -- Named Randy Monroe assistant men's basketball coach. Declared F Kevin Bellinger academically ineligible for the fall semester.
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March 17, 1992
BASEBALL# American League CLEVELAND INDIANS -- Sent Terry Clark, Victor Garcia and Greg Roscoe, pitchers; Ron Jones, outfielder; Luis Lopez, infielder; Kelly Stinnett, catcher to minor league camp for reassignment.Sent Jerry DiPoto, Tom Kramer and Jeff Mutis, pitchers; Lee Tinsley, outfielder to Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League. Placed Fred Toliver, pitcher, on waivers for the purpose of granting his unconditional release.OAKLAND ATHLETICS -- Sent Todd Van Poppel, Reggie Harris, John Briscoe, and David Zancanaro, pitchers; Gus Polidor and Brent Gates, infielders; Eric Helfand and Kurt Brown, catchers, to their minor league camp for reassignment.
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March 11, 1992
BASEBALL American League * CHICAGO WHITE SOX -- Announced that Bo Jackson, outfielder, refused an assignment to Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League and became a free agent. Agreed to terms with Jackson on a one-year contract. Signed Mike Huff, outfielder, to a one-year contract.* CLEVELAND INDIANS -- Agreed to terms with Sandy Alomar Jr., catcher; Carlos Baerga, second baseman; Charles Nagy, pitcher; and Mark Whiten, outfielder, on three-year contracts. Agreed to terms with Steve Olin, Dave Otto, Dennis Cook and Scott Scudder, pitchers, and Glenallen Hill, outfielder, on two-year contracts.
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April 21, 1991
Doctor says Alzado has brain cancerLyle Alzado, a former All-Pro defensive lineman, is undergointreatment for inoperable brain cancer, his physician said yesterday, also describing Alzado as "quite unstable when he walks."Dr. Robert Huizenga said the primary brain lymphoma was diagnosed three weeks ago and is inoperable. Treatment includes radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Unsteadiness caused by the therapy and oral cortisone have impaired Alzado, 42, who launched an acting career after retiring from the Los Angeles Raiders in 1986.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun reporter | October 27, 2007
Ravens kicker Rhys Lloyd's journey to an NFL career began with a ripped-up knee and a cracked wall. The knee belonged to Lloyd's father, Bryn, a soccer player who toiled in relative anonymity in England's lower professional leagues until the injury forced him to bring his family to a faraway place called Minnesota to start a second career as a coach. The cracked wall was the result of Bryn's son taking his turn at kicking an American football during a high school trip to Disney's Wide World of Sports complex in Florida.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | June 30, 1999
As the Ravens planned strategy for courting a possible future running back in Lawrence Phillips, the team reached agreement in principle yesterday with right guard Jeff Blackshear, who accepted a five-year contract extension worth $18.7 million, including a signing bonus estimated at $6 million.After months of negotiations capped by daylong talks, Ravens vice president of administration Pat Moriarty and Ted Marchibroda Jr., Blackshear's agent, agreed to terms last night.Blackshear, a seven-year veteran, had one year left on his contract.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | June 30, 1999
As the Ravens planned strategy for courting a possible future running back in Lawrence Phillips, the team reached agreement in principle yesterday with right guard Jeff Blackshear, who accepted a five-year contract extension worth $18.7 million, including a signing bonus estimated at $6 million.After months of negotiations capped by daylong talks, Ravens vice president of administration Pat Moriarty and Ted Marchibroda Jr., Blackshear's agent, agreed to terms last night.Blackshear, a seven-year veteran, had one year left on his contract.
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October 22, 1994
Baseball2 San Diego Padres -- Named Bruce Bochy manager.BasketballGolden State Warriors -- Waived F Bob McCann and G Travis Ford.Los Angeles Clippers -- Signed F Lamond Murray to a five-year contract.San Antonio Spurs -- Fined F Dennis Rodman $15,000 for missing an exhibition game.CollegesMaryland -- Named Scott Marr, who played at Johns Hopkins and coached 1992-1994 at Delaware, assistant lacrosse coach in charge of attack.UMBC -- Named Randy Monroe assistant men's basketball coach. Declared F Kevin Bellinger academically ineligible for the fall semester.
SPORTS
April 13, 1992
BASEBALLAmerican LeagueCALIFORNIA ANGELS -- Traded Dick Schofield, shortstop, to the New York Mets for Julio Valera, pitcher, and a player to be named later. Placed Chuck Finley and Scott Bailes, pitchers, on the 15-day disabled list. Purchased the contracts of Steve Frey, pitcher, and Rene Gonzales, infielder, from Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League.National League* ATLANTA BRAVES -- Placed David Justice, outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled Francisco Cabrera, catcher, from Richmond of the International League.
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March 11, 1992
BASEBALL American League * CHICAGO WHITE SOX -- Announced that Bo Jackson, outfielder, refused an assignment to Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League and became a free agent. Agreed to terms with Jackson on a one-year contract. Signed Mike Huff, outfielder, to a one-year contract.* CLEVELAND INDIANS -- Agreed to terms with Sandy Alomar Jr., catcher; Carlos Baerga, second baseman; Charles Nagy, pitcher; and Mark Whiten, outfielder, on three-year contracts. Agreed to terms with Steve Olin, Dave Otto, Dennis Cook and Scott Scudder, pitchers, and Glenallen Hill, outfielder, on two-year contracts.
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April 21, 1991
Doctor says Alzado has brain cancerLyle Alzado, a former All-Pro defensive lineman, is undergointreatment for inoperable brain cancer, his physician said yesterday, also describing Alzado as "quite unstable when he walks."Dr. Robert Huizenga said the primary brain lymphoma was diagnosed three weeks ago and is inoperable. Treatment includes radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Unsteadiness caused by the therapy and oral cortisone have impaired Alzado, 42, who launched an acting career after retiring from the Los Angeles Raiders in 1986.
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By KATIE CARRERA | August 16, 2006
Offensive lineman Samuel Gutekunst is a native of Lustadt, Germany, and is playing with the Ravens as part of the International Development Practice Squad Program. He plays for the Frankfurt Galaxy of NFL Europe. Have you been to the United States before? I've been here twice for NFL Europe training camp in Tampa Bay. I like it much better here than Tampa because Tampa's very dirty. What's your favorite part about Baltimore or Maryland? So far, I haven't seen very much, just the Ravens' facilities, really.
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