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Adam Duerson
February 28, 2005
Local spots where sports stars have left their mark
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February 28, 2005

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Local spots where sports stars have left their mark

A TONY ROMA'S Where Ichiro Suzuki, visiting as a member of Japan's Orix Blue Wave in '99, believed he may have gotten food poisoning. Said Ichiro, "No more Tony Roma's." He's right. Rib spot has closed, replaced by Italian eatery.

B AXIS/RADIUS Trendy nightclub brings in the rookie crowd. When Michael Jordan's in town, he likes to come by too.

C PACKARD STADIUM Home to five-time national champion Arizona State baseball team, which has yielded elite sluggers Barry Bonds (pictured in 1983) and Reggie Jackson.

D PUSSYCAT LOUNGE In November, Mike Tyson hopped onto the hood of a car outside the club and pummeled it. Damages: $1,400.

E ALCOR LIFE EXTENSION FOUNDATION Home of Ted Williams's cryogenically frozen remains.

F PINK PONY Harry Caray and Billy Martin were springtime regulars at this steak house, as was late Angels owner Gene Autry.

G�GAINEY RANCH GOLF CLUB A 27-hole course lies adjacent to Bud Selig's vacation home.