Scott May, son of former Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Milt May, was listed in critical condition at a Bradenton, Fla., hospital as the result of head injuries sustained in a Christmas Eve auto accident.
The 17-year-old May was driving in Bradenton at 11:40 p.m. Monday when he entered a construction zone, according to an accident report by the Florida Highway Patrol. A patrol spokeswoman said May went off the road onto the shoulder, lost control of the car in soft dirt, and it flipped.
A 5-foot-10, 170-pound catcher, May is a two-year starter at Manatee High School and is being recruited by Miami, Florida State and Florida, among others. . . .
Jose Canseco is striking out with the homeowners association in his exclusive neighborhood in Coral Gables, Fla.
The highly paid Oakland Athletics outfielder and his wife, Esther, are facing foreclosure action for not paying $4,264.44 in maintenance fees on his two estates in a bayfront development.
The Cocoplum Homeowners Association charged in a foreclosure suit filed Dec. 14 in Dade County Circuit Court that the Cansecos "have failed or refused to pay their past-due assessments and charges."
The association placed liens on the homes valued at a total of $2.3 million last month.
Canseco, who signed a five-year, $23.5 million contract with the A's in June, grew up in Miami and returns during the offseason. He could not be reached for comment.