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Yankees | Houston Competing For 3B Job

Thu, 29 Jan 2004 11:04:51 -0800

Pete Caldera, of the Bergen Record, reports New York Yankees INF Tyler Houston will compete with Yankees 3B Enrique Wilson, 2B Miguel Cairo and SS Erick Almonte for the third base position.

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Yankees | Houston Signs

Wed, 28 Jan 2004 22:40:06 -0800

The Associated Press reports the New York Yankees signed IF Tyler Houston to a minor-league contract.

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Phillies | Bowa Fights Back

Mon, 01 Sep 2003 09:44:24 -0700

ESPN.com reports Philadelphia Phillies manager Larry Bowa replied back to 3B Tyler Houston's comments through the Philadelphia Inquirer. "He's (Houston) a loser," Bowa said to the Inquirer. "That was not the reason [he was cut]. He was an extra guy who causes problems. I had 15 guys [players] doing backflips when we let him go." Bowa also suggested reporters to ask 1B Jim Thome if the player's liked their manager, but Thome refused to speak about anything other than the game.

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Phillies | Houston Takes Shot at Bowa

Mon, 01 Sep 2003 09:39:39 -0700

ESPN.com reports recently designated for assignment Philadelphia Phillies 3B Tyler Houston used the media to take some shots at Phillies manager Larry Bowa. "Everybody feels the same way about Bo (Bowa)," Houston told the Courier-Post, a newspaper in southern New Jersey, about Bowa. "He doesn't give a crap about anybody in there. He doesn't give a crap about his players. Bo only cares about himself. You see it in the negativity and disrespect that he has for his players, the way he speaks to his players. He's the first one to slam you, embarrass you, throw stuff in the dugout, throw his hands up in the air." "I've read that the team is winning because of Bo's meeting. It's not winning because of Bo's meeting, it's winning because of the players' meeting," said Houston. "Bo's meeting was just the last straw with Bo. We had to have a players' meeting, because of him. In our meeting, everybody on that bus felt the same way about Bowa."

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Phillies | Houston Designated

Sat, 30 Aug 2003 14:09:06 -0700

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports Philadelphia Phillies 3B Tyler Houston was designated for assignment.

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Phillies | Houston Activated

Sat, 12 Jul 2003 12:26:41 -0700

The Associated Press reports Philadelphia Phillies 3B Tyler Houston (finger) was activated from the disabled list.

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Phillies | Houston Coming Back

Wed, 02 Jul 2003 10:37:46 -0700

Updating an ongoing story, Phillies.MLB.com's Ken Mandel reports Philadelphia Phillies 3B Tyler Houston (finger) is hoping to be sent out on a rehab assignment Friday, July 4, and return a few days afterwards.

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Phillies | Houston Healing

Mon, 16 Jun 2003 07:44:46 -0700

According to USA TODAY.com, Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Tyler Houston (finger), who went on the disabled list May 14 with a fractured left middle finger, has had a pin removed from that finger and is expected to start a rehabilitation assignment in two weeks.

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Phillies | Houston Update

Wed, 11 Jun 2003 13:34:51 -0700

Phillies.MLB.com's Ken Mandel reports Philadelphia Phillies 3B Tyler Houston (finger) plans to have the pins removed from his finger this week and hopes to be back by the All-Star break.

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Phillies | Houston Hopes To Return Shortly

Wed, 04 Jun 2003 00:19:10 -0700

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports with Philadelphia Phillies third baseman Tyler Houston (finger) hoping to return by July 9, the team is no longer actively searching for help to restock the Phillies bench. The team may still make a trade if Houston's return date is pushed back.

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