Saberhagen Suspended Five Days

From Staff and Wire Reports

New York Met right-hander Bret Saberhagen was suspended with pay for the first five days of the 1994 season because he sprayed bleach at reporters last summer.

Saberhagen, who missed the final two months of the season because of left knee and right elbow injuries, already had paid a fine of $15,384, one day of his 1993 pay.


Warner L. Jones Jr., a Kentucky Derby-winning breeder who oversaw a revitalization of Churchill Downs as the track’s chairman, died of complications from lung cancer, track officials announced. He was 78.