Eddie Logan, a shoeshine attendant at Santa Anita since the track's founding in 1934, died early Saturday, according to track officials. He was 98.\nIn recent years, a one-mile grass race for 2-year-olds has been run in his honor early in the Santa Anita meeting. Logan was in the winner's circle for the most recent running, on Dec. 27.\nA native of Mississippi, Logan operated a shoeshine stand near the track's racing office until earlier at this meeting, when he had a stroke. He was briefly hospitalized, but was at his home in nearby Monrovia, Calif., at the time of his death.\nAccording to Santa Anita's publicity department, Logan was a Negro League baseball player, with the Kansas City Monarchs, and a boxer.\nA moment of silence was held in Logan's honor between races on Saturday. Funeral arrangements were pending.