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Friday, June 26, 2009

An off-duty police officer shot and wounded two men who had assaulted him in the crowded Angel Stadium parking lot after Wednesday night's Rockies-Angels game in Anaheim, Calif., authorities said.

The officer, who was walking with his wife and two children, was hit on the head with beer bottles, police Sgt. Tim Schmidt said. The officer then shot the men with his duty weapon, Martinez said. One man was shot in the chin and was in critical condition, the other was shot in the upper arm and is in serious but stable condition.

The officer was taken to a hospital with a head wound but was released early yesterday.

-- FEDERAL PROBE: Major League Baseball is cooperating with a federal investigation into where Dodgers OF Manny Ramírez got the performance-enhancing drug that resulted in his 50-game suspension.

The Drug Enforcement Administration is checking whether a doctor in Miami and his son were the source of the drug, ESPN reported.

MLB President Bob DuPuy said baseball's department of investigations was working with the DEA.

-- CUBS: C Geovany Soto will not be suspended by Major League Baseball or his team after testing positive for marijuana at this year's World Baseball Classic.

-- From News Services


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