Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Panel Looks into Yankees' Free Tickets

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Panel Looks into Yankees' Free Tickets

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George Steinbrenner and other top Yankees executives were subpoenaed by a New York state commission investigating the team's distribution of free tickets to public officials.

Subpoenas were issued Tuesday to Yankees president Randy Levine and chief operating officer Lonn Trost, according to documents reviewed Wednesday by The Associated Press under a Freedom of Information Act request.

The subpoenas direct the three Yankees executives to turn over records on complimentary tickets for the 2002 and 2003 regular season and playoffs by Jan. 14.

Rangers want Dellucci: A day after saying MVP shortstop Alex Rodriguez wouldn't be traded, the Texas Rangers started moving ahead for 2004 by closing in Wednesday on a $725,000, one-year contract with outfielder David Dellucci.

Dellucci became a free agent last weekend when he wasn't offered a contract by the New York Yankees.

Report: Marlins' park talks resume: Negotiations for a new Florida Marlins ballpark are back in progress, less than a week after the prospects for a deal had appeared dead, The Miami Herald reported. …

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