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A's-Angels
TOO MUCH, TOO SOON
In a dramatic AL West series that should have been played in late September, the A's took two of three from the Angels in the teams' final meeting of '89
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Gary Gaetti
The Gospel and GAETTI
Gary Gaetti, a two-time All-Star, went from banshee ballplayer to born-again Christian in 1988, and now the Minnesota Twins are a different kind of team
Special Report
JAPAN: COMING ON STRONG
WITH A BOOMING ECONOMY AND A NEW INTEREST IN LEISURE, THE JAPANESE ARE INVESTING HEAVILY IN SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN THE U.S. AND ELSEWHERE
AIM FOR THE STARS
THOUGH JAPAN IS PROSPEROUS AND LOVES SPORTS, IT HAS FEW WORLD CLASS ATHLETES. ONE AGING U.S. BASEBALL PLAYER IS HELPING OUT
LOVE THAT GOLF
A CURIOUS AMERICAN EXPLORES THE GAME IN JAPAN AND FINDS THAT IT HAS A FIRM GRIP ON THAT NATION
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