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Now the Race is On
Five wins in seven games with New York have put the Orioles in hot pursuit of another AL East title
BIRDS ON THE WING
The Blue Jays won three of four from Detroit in the first of a two-round AL East title fight.
THE CONTENDERS ARE MANY, AND TIGHTLY BUNCHED. THE RAYS WILL EMERGE, BUT THIS YEAR EVERYONE WILL GET A TASTE OF MUST-WIN PRESSURE. WOULD YOU WANT TO LOSE TO THE AL'S NEWEST—AND WEAKEST—TEAM?
NL EAST: THE ZANIES GIVE CHASE TO THE METS
Six months have passed since the zany 1973 divisional windup and people who should be able to define what happened are still as ...
The full implications of the second law of thermodynamics apply to the American League East just as soundly as to a million monkeys at a ...
A Weaver Of Dreams Returns To Baltimore
Earl Weaver heard "the right words" and came back, after 2½ years, to the sagging Orioles
2 Toronto Blue Jays
It has the best staff in the AL East. Josh Johnson is their No. 4 starter, and when he's going right, he's a No. 1.... R.A. Dickey's Cy Young season ...
Starters Calvin Schiraldi and Al Nipper, who were acquired from Boston for bullpen stopper Lee Smith, were no better than mediocre in the ...
Home Run Derby
The offensive approach of the Yankees and the Orioles—a reliance on the long ball—is a sound strategy even in this low-scoring era