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1. BALTIMORE ORIOLES THE REVIVAL The irony of iron man Cal Ripken Jr.'s setting theconsecutive-games-played record last summer was that while itwas ...
Something is about to happen that will shake the very foundation of the American League. It has nothing to do with female umps or balk rules or George Bell ...
WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN' GOIN' ON IN THE AL EAST, THE YANKEES, ORIOLES, TIGERS, INDIANS AND BLUE JAYS ARE READY TO CELEBRATE ANOTHER BOSTON SWOON
Strange things have been happening in the AL East all season,including a flood, a lightning bolt and crowds in Cleveland. Lastweek the ...
AL EAST: NO ONE SINGS THE BLUES IN BIRDLAND
The oddsmakers see the Orioles as even-money favorites to win a fifth East championship in six seasons, and no wonder. By averaging 99 ...
Turn up the Heat
October baseball is simple. If you want to win, you better bring a staff full of power arms—guys like Rays ace David Price (the game's hardest-throwing lefty starter). And postseason secret weapon Aroldis Chapman (the hardest thrower, period), who's breathing fire in the Reds' bullpen. Get ready. The next four weeks will be a gas.
I Was a Toronto Blue Jay
In five days as a major leaguer, the author saw the splendors of baseball—and its hard reality—from the best perspective: inside the game
Keeping Up With George At the winter meetings the specter of irascible Yankees owner George Steinbrenner sent rival AL East teams on a spending spree
Keeping Up With George At the winter meetings the specter of irascible Yankees owner George Steinbrenner sent rival AL East teams on a spending spree.
The A.L. Feast
Given a delicious slate of games, our correspondent happily devoured the best race in baseball
Wall Street Richard
Jet Quarterback Richard Todd is not a Broadway Joe off the field, bank on that, but to be one on it he will have to win a Super Bowl