Selig's office requests more paperwork
NEW YORK -- The baseball commissioner's office asked Tuesday for more paperwork to be submitted in the proposed trade that would send Randy Johnson from Arizona to the New York Yankees.
An official of one of the teams and a person close to one of the players involved in the trade said the deal had been submitted early Tuesday to baseball commissioner Bud Selig for approval. The two spoke on condition of anonymity.
But Pat Courtney, a spokesman in the commissioner's office, said
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