Truth Or Scare? Canseco Caught Looking In Madonna's Neighborhood

NEW YORK - Did baseball's biggest slugger visit the Material Girl?

The New York Post reported yesterday that Jose Canseco was spotted leaving Madonna's Central Park West apartment building. The Post reported that Canseco arrived at the building at 11 p.m. Thursday night and left about two hours later. It also said it was not known if Canseco was visiting Madonna or someone else in the apartment house.

Oakland is in New York for a series with the Yankees. Madonna was in New York for Wednesday's opening of her documentary movie "Truth Or Dare."

Notes -- Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams greeted each other with hugs in an emotional reunion at Fenway Park 50 years after two of the greatest individual seasons in baseball history. DiMaggio, who hit safely in 56 consecutive games for the New York Yankees in 1941, and Williams, the last player to hit .400 - with a .406 average for the Boston Red Sox the same year - were given a special introduction before an old-timers' game. DiMaggio, the famed "Yankee Clipper" who now is 76, and Williams, the "Splendid Splinter," who is 72, met at home plate and embraced as a packed crowd cheered.

-- Indians outfielder Albert Belle threw a baseball at a heckler in the left-field stands yesterday, hitting him in the chest. The fan, Jeff Pillar, 33, of Cleveland, told the umpiring crew he was kidding Belle about throwing a keg party. Belle, who spent 10 weeks last summer in an alcohol rehabilitation program, picked up a foul ball hit by California's Ron Tingley in the seventh inning, turned and heaved it hard at Pillar from a distance of about 15 feet, hitting Pillar in the chest. Pillar apparently was not hurt seriously.