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Three things are certain in the wild West: Games will be taut, the race will be even tighter and the Giants have the pitching to repeat.
Answered Prayers After suffering in the NL West cellar, the Padres see the first signs of a bright future in a new stadium
"May was awful," says Towers of his team's 6-23 record that month, which led to a National League-worst 35-61 mark at the All-Star break.
NL WEST: THESE RED PLUTOCRATS GET RICHER
Even the poorest teams in this talent-rich division are not without means, and most seem to have improved their situations in heavy winter ...
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
Murphy's Law is Nice Guys Finish First
Atlanta's Dale Murphy was the National League's MVP and Gold Glove centerfielder in 1982, and this year he's even better
Buenas Noches, Senor
There were tax troubles before it began, and the Venezuelans held him for ransom when it was over, but in between George Foreman deposited Ken Norton on his back to keep his heavyweight title in the bank
SEA OF RED
Having done that, the Reds have every reason to feel secure in their chances of becoming the first team to repeat in the NL West since the Dodgers did so in ...
tune it up and step on the gas: national league west
The competitors have been tinkering resolutely, replacing worn-out parts, overhauling tired motors, installing steel-belted radials, but the Big ...
NL EAST: THE ZANIES GIVE CHASE TO THE METS
The Cardinals seem to be recast as the Boston Red Sox West. Their hitting constantly frustrated by their own park, where they had only 27 homers in 1973, the ...
Felipe Alou Has the Midas Touch If you thought the 68-year-old manager was over the hill, guess again. He has the rebuilt Giants in first place in the NL West
He has the rebuilt Giants in first place in the NL West ... lineup this season, the defending National League-champion Giants were on top of the ...