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A new twist on Trojan cheating: pay recruits, not creditors...

From the OC Register:

Major League Baseball pitcher Chan Ho Park is suing USC baseball coach Chad Kreuter - who was Park’s catcher with the Dodgers, TMZ is reporting.

It’s not for the pitches Kreuter - who now coaches at USC - called, but maybe it should’ve been.

Park claims that Kreuter did not fully repay a $290,000 loan he gave to the former Dodgers catcher.

Park currently pitches with the Philadelphia Phillies.

More from TMZ:

Park -- who's currently playing for the Philadelphia Phillies -- claims he loaned the cash to former Dodgers catcher Chad Kreuter back in 2005.

In the lawsuit, filed today in L.A. County Superior Court, Park says he made the loan because Kreuter "had been a highly compensated Major League Baseball player" and he assured Park that he "would have no difficulty paying [Park] back."

According to the suit, Kreuter signed a promissory note for the debt, but only made one payment for $290,000.

Now Park wants the remaining $170,000 plus interest and fees for the loan -- totaling $226,358.76.

That's hardball.

Yikes.

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