Showing 1 - 10 of 94 Stories for Mark McGwire
48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53... With a five-day burst, a joyous Mark McGwire got over the 50-homer hump and made the case that it was no longer if he will pass Roger Maris's record but when
The most zealous of the believers--the 500 or so who had waitedmore than an hour in the 85[degree] swelter for one lastlook--let out a roar ...
These Buds Are for You! With sluggers like Mark McGwire and Jim Edmonds gladly sinking roots in St. Louis, the rampaging Cardinals are strengthening their ties to America's best baseball city
The Greeks had their Parthenon, the Quakers their meeting housesand the colonists their village greens. St. Louisans have BuschStadium.
FLIRTING WITH 50
Nobody has reached the five-oh mark in homers for a season since '77. Cecil Fielder may just do it.
Question 5 Who'll be the Biggest Bopper? Again, everyone will be chasing Big Mac--with Junior getting a boost from his new surroundings
Milwaukee's pitching staff does dingers the way fast-food jointsdo burgers. ... "I think Mark will win the home run race, but Junior is going to
The Summer of Self-deception
THE SUMMER of 1998 is as sweet a memory as it ever was for Tim Forneris, ... After Mark McGwire crushed his 62nd home run of the season, ...
Time to pillage the village
America's strongest amateur team ever is geared up for the Olympics
Rising Sons With timely hitting and superb defense, the Mariners' Ichiro Suzuki and the Mets' Tsuyoshi Shinjo are boosting the stock of Asian players
make their mark in the majors." This month Suzuki and Shinjo--the first Japanese position players in the big leagues--are the ones under the microscope.
Play It Again, Sam
It may not be by popular demand exactly, but Sammy Sosa is back in baseball, as a Ranger