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The following are the events that happened world-wide throughout the sport of baseball.

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  • 2002:
    • Luis (Tite) Arroyo is inducted into the Latin American Baseball Hall of Fame Museum. The Puerto Rican reliever, who made the National League All Star squad as a rookie with the Cardinals in 1955, posted a 40-32 record with 36 saves and a 3.93 ERA in eight major league seasons. Arroyo is best remembered for his 1961 season with the Yankees, when he went 15-5 with 29 saves.
    • Major league baseball announces the withdrawal of its plan for contraction this upcoming season, but the sport is still determined to eliminate two teams in 2003. Attempts to contract the Minnesota Twins and Montreal Expos this season could not be accomplished due to a series of legal decisions and fierce opposition from the Players Association.
    • Troy Percival's seven-year tenure with Anaheim, which is the longest on the current roster, will increase as the All-Star reliever signs two-year contract extension with the club. Percival, who is Angels' all-time leader with 210 career saves, converted 39 of 42 save opportunities last season.
    • The Houston Astros file a motion in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York asking the court to determine whether the 30-year naming agreement with Enron signed in 1999 should continue. The team does not want to call its stadium Enron Field any longer due to the financial burden placed on many Houston-area residents caused by the bankrupt energy company business practices.

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