Wednesday, January 10, 2001
Marge Schott released from hospital
Former Reds controlling owner Marge Schott, who was hospitalized complaining of breathing problems, was released Tuesday.
Schott checked into Jewish Hospital over the weekend, hospital spokeswoman Becky Stratton said. No details on the cause of Schott's breathing problems were immediately available.
Schott, 72, sold her shares as managing general partner in 1999 after commissioner Bud Selig ordered her to give up her controlling interest in the team.
She had been disciplined twice by Selig for comments that were considered racially or ethnically offensive and had not been involved in the daily operation of the Reds since 1996.
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