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Red Sox | Reached out to David Cone for coaching job

Thu, 01 Dec 2011 20:35:08 -0800

Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine reached out to former MLB P David Cone to see if Cone would be interested in joining the Red Sox as the pitching coach. Cone is not expected to be interested in the job.

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MLB | Cone on Hall of Fame ballot

Tue, 02 Dec 2008 21:06:19 -0800

According to a report in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, former major-league SP David Cone, a veteran of several teams, is on the Hall of Fame ballot for the first time in 2009.

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Yankees | Team transfers dirt from home plate, mound to new home

Sat, 08 Nov 2008 09:39:22 -0800

The Associated Press reports that the New York Yankees held a ceremony Saturday, Nov. 8, which involved the transfer of dirt from home plate and the pitcher's mound, along with home plate itself and the pitcher's rubber, from the old Yankee Stadium to their new home across the street. Former Yankees David Cone, Paul O'Neill, Jeff Nelson and Scott Brosius were on hand to assist construction workers and several dozen Bronx High School students in moving the items.

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MLB | Cone: I take responsibility

Thu, 07 Feb 2008 00:52:31 -0800

The Associated Press reports former major league SP David Cone told reporters on Feb. 6 that he accepts some blame for the players union not accepting rigorous drug testing during the 1994-95 labor wars. "Certainly I share some of that blame as being involved with the players' association at that time," Cone said. "It's something I'm not proud of. It's humbling. It's embarrassing."

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Yankees | Cone likely to return to YES Network

Tue, 29 Jan 2008 10:44:22 -0800

Ken Davidoff, of Newsday, reports former MLB pitcher David Cone is in negotiations with the YES Network, which is owned by the New York Yankees, on the possibility of broadcasting games this season. One report said Cone would be broadcasting about 50 Yankees games, replacing current Yankees manager Joe Girardi, who had the broadcast job last season.

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Mets | Fast Fact: Zero No-Hitters in 43 Years

Sun, 23 May 2004 17:11:56 -0700

Hal Bock, of the Associated Press, reports the New York Mets have never had one of their pitchers throw a no-hitter. The Mets are in their 43rd year of existence and have had such pitchers as Nolan Ryan, Tom Seaver, Dwight Gooden and David Cone on their roster at various times in past seasons. All of those pitchers threw no-hitters with other teams after leaving the Mets.

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Mets | Cone Inquiring

Tue, 20 Jan 2004 14:03:08 -0800

The AP's Ronald Blum reports the New York Mets have spoken with former SP David Cone about a position with the team.

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Mets | Cone's Job Jeopardized

Thu, 05 Jun 2003 13:08:03 -0700

The Bergen Record’s Bob Klapisch reports retired New York Mets P David Cone may not have a chance to return to the broadcast booth for YES Network. New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner is reportedly upset that Cone made a comeback bid with the Mets and may prevent Cone from returning. "What about Cone? He's a Met now. He's with them," said Steinbrenner.

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Mets | Cone Offered Job

Fri, 30 May 2003 20:21:22 -0700

The AP’s Ben Walker reports the New York Mets have offered SP David Cone, who just retired, a position within the organization, according to Mets general manager Steve Phillips. Cone stated he will consider the possibilities, added Phillips.

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Mets | Cone Announces Retirement

Fri, 30 May 2003 20:03:53 -0700

Updating an earlier report, the AP’s Ben Walker reports SP David Cone announced his retirement from the New York Mets and baseball Friday. “This is the end, for sure,” said Cone, speaking at Shea Stadium. His arthritic left hip prevented him from continuing his comeback efforts this year at age 40. “Coming out of spring training, I really had high hopes,” added Cone. “It was a little disappointing. But I wouldn't have traded this for anything.''

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