On The Scene
Books
Design
Minor Miracle
Making The Grade
Making the Grade
FROM A TO AA TO AAA, THE TRAIL THROUGH THE MINORS IS TORTUOUS, AND THE ODDS ON GETTING TO THE MAJORS ARE LONG
Medicine Hat
The Babes of Summer
THE FABLED TOWN OF MEDICINE HAT, IN A ROOKIE LEAGUE, IS THE PORT OF ENTRY INTO ORGANIZED BALL FOR MANY TORONTO BLUE JAY YOUNGSTERS
Jamie Nelson
Joe Buzas
No Ordinary Joe
NO ONE KNOWS ABOUT LIFE IN THE MINORS BETTER THAN 71-YEAR-OLD JOE BUZAS, WHO HAS OWNED A DOZEN FRANCHISES IN 17 CITIES
Inside
Toledo Mud Hens
For The Record
Point After
Departments
MILE HIGH
Joe Falcon demonstrated in Oslo that the U.S. at last has a middle-distance man who can run with the world's best
JOYLESS OPEN
Wet weather and Patty Sheehan's collapse marred a tournament won by defending champ Betsy King
RAPID BOBBIN'
Willie Gault persuaded big-name speedsters to try out for the U.S. team