Rockies to Sign Hernandez, Reed

The Florida Times Union, January 20, 2003 | Go to article overview

Rockies to Sign Hernandez, Reed


Infielder Jose Hernandez and reliever Steve Reed have reached agreements in principle with the Colorado Rockies on one-year contracts.

The deal with Hernandez is contingent on him passing a physical tomorrow and management approval, Rockies spokesman Jay Alves said.

Hernandez was an All-Star shortstop last season with Milwaukee. He hit .288 with 24 home runs and 73 RBI.

Hernandez could play shortstop or third base for the Rockies.

Reed was 2-5 with one save and a 2.01 ERA in 64 games for the Mets and San Diego.

-- COLLEGE FOOTBALL

PITT PLAYER SHOT -- Pittsburgh defensive lineman Tyre Young was shot in the shoulder outside a bar during a fight in Aliquippa, Pa., police said yesterday.

The 19-year-old player was shot in the left shoulder at the entrance to the bar early Saturday, Sgt. Donald Couch said.

Police said they are still investigating whether anybody will be charged.

-- SOCCER

HONDURAN GOALIE GUNNED DOWN -- Men wielding automatic weapons gunned down the Honduran national soccer team's starting goalkeeper yesterday as he sat in his parked car in Honduras' second-largest city.

Milton Javier Flores, known as "Chocolate," was shot six times and died shortly before 3 a.m. in San Pedro Sula, 115 miles from Tegucigalpa, the capital.

Flores' car was riddled with 15 bullets, leading police to conclude that a local gang targeted him.

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