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The Inside Track; MORNING BRIEFING; New Coach Pulls the Strings in Washington
Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Crowe, Jerry
Date: Aug 13, 2002
Start Page: D.2
Section: Sports; Sports Desk
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CORRECTION: SEE CORRECTION APPENDED; Two-sport athletes--Dick Ricketts, Howie Schultz and Don Grate were major league baseball players who also competed in the NBA. The answer to the Morning Briefing trivia question in Tuesday's Sports omitted their names.

Trivia time: Who besides Mark Hendrickson, a 6-foot-9 pitcher who played for the Philadelphia 76ers, Sacramento Kings and New Jersey Nets before making his major league debut last week with the Toronto Blue Jays, are the only athletes to play in both major league baseball and the NBA?

Trivia answer: Danny Ainge, Gene Conley, Dave DeBusschere, Dick Groat, Frank Baumholtz, Cotton Nash, Ron Reed, Chuck Connors and Steve Hamilton.

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