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Published January 16, 1996
The Magic's DENNIS SCOTT will co-produce and act in the film, "Shooting from the Heart," a true story about a coach who turns kids from the streets into a winning team (USA TODAY, 1/16)....BILL GOODSTEIN, agent for such players as Darryl Strawberry and Dave Righetti, died Saturday after collapsing at his Manhattan office. He was 56 (N.Y. TIMES, 1/16)....Former MLB star STEVE SAX announced he is dropping out of the race for the 4th Assembly District in CA. Sax, a Republican, announced his intention to enter the race last April (Mult., 1/13)....The family of DON MATTINGLY calls reports he is interested in running for Congress in Indiana just a rumor (WASHINGTON POST, 1/14)....JERRY SOLOMON and P.S./StarGames are profiled in Sunday's BOSTON GLOBE. David Halbfinger writes, "Where other agents see TV commercials and autograph signings, Solomon sees home videos, CD-ROMs and themed entertainment" (BOSTON GLOBE, 1/14).