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They Cheer When the Parson Is Pitching
Packaged in his own golden glow of fitness, verve and enthusiasm, the Rev. Bob Richards, twice an Olympic pole-vault winner, is spreading the word on behalf of diligence, perseverance, goodness and the Breakfast of Champions
Magic Act With a mix of power pitching and dugout sorcery, the once-reeling Cubs reeled off an improbable 12-game winning streak
Julio Zuleta lay awake into the wee hours of May 19, mindracing, heart pounding, angry and frustrated. The previousafternoon, Zuleta's team, the Chicago Cubs, ...
SHORT HITTER, LONG MEMORY BOB CAIN IS BEST KNOWN AS THE PITCHER WHO WALKED MIDGET EDDIE GAEDEL
Bob Cain remembers warming up before the bottom of the firstinning of a game between the Detroit Tigers and the St. LouisBrowns on Aug. 19, 1951. It was the ...
Gale is pitching up a storm
The Royals' rookie has only 2½ pitches, but they've added up to an 11-3 record
No Backing Down In a National League Championship Series marked by superb pitching and a 15-inning nail-biter, the never-say-die Mets, down three games to none, dug in to win two straight from the Braves
No Backing Down In a National League Championship Series marked by superb pitching and a 15-inning nail-biter, the never-say-die Mets, ...
Once in a Lifetime
Greg Maddux of the Braves Is the Best Righthander in the Past 75 Years—but He Would Rather You Didn't Know It
A pitcher with a lot of clout
Pittsburgh ace Ken Brett talks toughly and carries a big stick
Meet the Rolls-Reuss of pitchers
Dodger lefthander Jerry Reuss was rusting in the bullpen when the season began, but now he's cruising along in high style, with a no-hitter, 14 victories and a sparkling 2.18 ERA
A KING WITHOUT A CROWN
While his game of fast-pitch softball has been dying a slow and painful death due to faulty organization and under-the-table skulduggery, while the sport was ...