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A woman who was at a hotel near 106th and Mouteres called 911 early Thursday as the shooting unfolded and was taken to the local hospital.
The New York City Police Department says at 1:30 a.m., a man who lives in a room next to the hotel with a gun got out and opened fire when the resident heard a gunshot from inside the lobby, New York City Police Department spokesman Lt. Josh Green said.
The resident told police that she heard “multiple gunshots.
“As we made our way out of the lobby to the lobby we heard the gunshots and as we reached for our keys we heard the shots and realized we didn’t have anything to do with that,” said Green.
A witness, whose name was not released by police, described hearing shots in the room and then seeing a man on the floor trying to get outside.
The New York Yankees are set to replace their ace Andrew McCutchen as general manager, according to a source familiar with the situation. The move would make McCutchen’s deal with the Yankees nearly impossible, although a number of teams have expressed interest, including the Detroit Tigers, the Cleveland Indians, and Baltimore Orioles.
McCutchen was scheduled to return to the majors this month on a one-year, $1.8-million contract with the Yankees, but he did not join the organization for a month in February with a strained right elbow.
The Yankees also have indicated that they would likely use the situation to try and win games with McCutchen, who was expected to arrive in the majors in early February. (McCutchen reportedly was scheduled to be released by the Yankees on a one-year, $1.8-million contract)
“We felt really strongly,” said the source with knowledge of the situation, “that Andrew McCutchen had a good offseason and he’s on a good deal. If he’s feeling good, there’s not much he can do to change it. If he’s feeling bad, at least we know he’s back, that would be good.”
The Yankees will begin negotiations this spring and have been looking to replace the ace with an established manager — who has played for the Orioles for eight years and four teams, according to a source familiar with the situation — until both sides are clear