ALL IN THE GAME

April 15, 1985

As Chicago's Ron Cey will tell you, baseball can lift you up—and take you down. Turn the pages for a glimpse of the game that's off the wall, wrong side up, down and dirty, even glovely.

I got it! I got it! Forget it!" Jerry Willard (left) of Cleveland and John Shelby of Baltimore came up empty-handed despite major league efforts.

The Cubs gave the Bleacher Bums plenty to cheer about. Padres Luis Salazar and Champ Summers helped turn the National League upside down.

John McSherry doesn't stomach fighting any more than the next umpire. Though he's a National Leaguer, his gut feeling would be to condemn this Yankee-Angel brawl.

Giants fans want a change. Leon Roberts isn't taping the game very seriously. The American League wasn't hip to Mel Hall's glovely rear.

FOUR PHOTOSRONALD C. MODRA PHOTOGEORGE TIEDMANN PHOTOWALTER IOOSS JR. PHOTOCRAIG MOLENHOUSE THREE PHOTOSRICHARD MACKSON PHOTOJERRY WACHTER PHOTOJOHN STOREY ILLUSTRATION

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)