BRIGHTON, Mich. (AP) -- Ex-Detroit Tigers pitching star Denny McLain has appeared in court in a civil case that led to his arrest.
The 64-year-old McLain won two Cy Young Awards and was the major leagues' last 30-game winner. He won 31 games for the world champion Tigers in 1968.
The Livingston County Daily Press & Argus says Monday's hearing was in 53rd District Court in Brighton. It resumes June 11 so lawyers can prepare.
Radio station WHMI says the case involves a lawsuit against Cloudvoice Telecom, based at McLain's Livingston County home.
Oakland County sheriff's deputies went to McLain's house Friday in a foreclosure action. They arrested him for missing a Jan. 16 court hearing. He's free after posting 10 percent of a $175,000 bond.
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