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Atlanta Braves Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox California Angels Chicago White Sox Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds Cleveland Indians Detroit Tigers Houston Astros Kansas City Royals Los Angeles Dodgers Milwaukee Brewers Minnesota Twins Montreal Expos New York Yankees New York Mets Oakland Athletics Philadelphia Phillies Pittsburgh Pirates San Diego Padres Seattle Mariners San Francisco Giants St. Louis Cardinals Texas Rangers Toronto Blue Jays The Braves trade C IN THE NEWS: Rick Cerone and a pair of minor leaguers to the Brewers for C Ted Simmons.
IN THE NEWS: Ernie Lombardi, the NL MVP in 1938, and Bobby Doerr, a 9-time AL All-Star, are elected to the Hall of Fame by the Special Veterans Committee.
Pittsburgh Associates, a coalition of 13 public and private investors, purchases the Pirates from the Galbreath family for $21.8 million. IN THE NEWS:
The Yankees announce that their most celebrated off-season acquisition, 26-year-old pitcher
Britt Burns, will not pitch at all this season because of a chronic deteriorating hip condition.
Major league baseball's Rules Committee votes to change the DH rule for the IN THE NEWS: World Series, allowing a DH to be used in all games played in the AL club's home park. Since 1976, the DH had been used in all games in alternating years.
The Yankees and Red Sox swap designated hitters: IN THE NEWS: Mike Easler goes to New York for Don Baylor.
Four days before his 47th birthday, the Yankees waive pitcher
Phil Niekro. He will be signed by the Indians on April 3rd.
IN THE NEWS: Danny Cox, who was 18-9 for the NL champion Cardinals last season, injures his ankle jumping off a sea wall while fishing and will be placed on the disabled list. He'll be on the DL till April 29th.