Showing 1 - 10 of 27 Stories for Ted Sizemore
SOME KIDS MAKE A SAD MAN HAPPY
The young man leading off second was Ted Sizemore, a 24-year-old with less than one month of active duty on a major league team and fewer than 300 games ...
Hey Mister, Can We Have Your Autograph?
In sport, the great paper chase began with Babe, and baseball has remained No. 1 on the pen parade
OFF ON A RAMPAGE
Another new infielder is Ted Sizemore, who moved in at second when the valuable Dave Cash signed as a free agent with the Expos.
Where the majors find new (and old) stars
Only 18, Bert Blylevan (above) pitched the Minnesota Twins to the title in the Florida Instructional League. If history repeats, he will win a Cy Young Award, and the Twins will be in next year's Series
They are Second Baseman Ted Sizemore, Outfielder Jerry Martin and Catcher Barry Foote. After hitting .219 in '78, Sizemore must prove he can still play, and ...
"I thought Luzinski was extremely strong," says Cub Second Baseman Ted Sizemore, who played with the Bull in Philadelphia, "but Kingman is ...
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'A SCRIPT WRITTEN BY GOD'
Luzinski's return throw to the infield escaped Second Baseman Ted Sizemore for an error, allowing Davalillo to score and Mota to puff into third.
Double reverse in the West
Houston's on top, just where L.A.'s not, in the upside-down division