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Topic - Johnathan Taylor
A Newark police officer who had his sport utility vehicle set on fire and then filed a false insurance claim has been spared a prison term.
Three months after a devastating on-field collision between University of Georgia outfielders Zach Cone and Johnathan Taylor left Taylor partially paralyzed, the two were side by side again on Saturday as draft picks of the Texas Rangers.
Johnathan Taylor and Buddy Lamothe may never play baseball again after accidents left them partially paralyzed.
"Right now my goal is to get better during the rehab and focus on trying to get my legs back under me again and start walking and running and get back on that field again, like I always wanted," Taylor said.