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Third is the Word
As a new season begins, many a club has many a new face, and a player strike could be in the offing, but certain verities remain. Take two: George Brett (left) and Mike Schmidt, paragons at their position, and compelling proof that for any team which seriously hopes to contend for a league championship this year...
A Family Feud in Philadelphia
Hugging on the sideline and slugging in the batter's box, Phillies West (Chicago) confronted Phillies East for first place
All The Yankees Were Dandies
New York won its fourth American League pennant in the last six seasons by dusting off the Oakland A's
Will the Bubble Ever Burst?
Fernando Valenzuela had to struggle for a while in running his record to 7-0 but, by gum, he got his fifth shutout
Sounds of spring: "If we're going to win, everybody has to have a good year, two or three guys have to have outstanding years and we have to ...
Though considered a hitting team, Boston finished seventh in scoring last season and was shut out 10 times by righthanders. That explains the ...
At first glance the Tigers look too good to be true. Jack Morris (20-13) is throwing three effective pitches (fastball, forkball, slider) for the first time, and Dan Petry ...
Reliever Dave Rozema was pedaling an exercise bike and trading insults with Infielder Enos Cabell one afternoon at the Tigers' Lakeland, Fla.
Oh, did Reds fans cheer when rightfielder Dave Parker and third baseman Nick Esasky came to bat in spring training. Esasky (6'3", 200 ...