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The Scholarly Sportsman
President Wilson had little success as an athlete, but he loved sports all his life
THE LIP WHO IS SPLIT
He had spent 1973, his first year in professional baseball, with Decatur of the Class A Midwest League, winning nine games and losing only ...
It was Opening Day in Cincinnati, and 22 major league baseball umpires were picketing outside Riverfront Stadium, trying to muster sympathy for their job action ...
Another Home Run? As he slugs away for the Brewers, Australia's David Nilsson ponders next season: Will he pass up free-agent riches to play in the Sydney Olympics?
The Milwaukee Brewers' 29-year-old catcher has played professional baseball in the U.S. for the past 13 summers, but if he plays next year, in some ways it will
FOR THE 82ND STRAIGHT YEAR, THERE'S NO WORLD SERIES IN OUR NATION'S CAPITAL. BUT THERE'S REASON TO BELIEVE, D.C: AFTER DECADES IN THE DESERT, ONE FAN HAS DONE HIS PART TO TURN THE FATES IN YOUR FAVOR
A SHY MAN AT A PICNIC
"To me, professional baseball is professional baseball," he says. "I don't know of any product that should deliberately label itself second-rate. In automobiles the ...
It's the Ozzie Guillen show, hosted by the All-Star, all-chatter, all-smiles shortstop for the Chicago White Sox
IN SUNSHINE OR IN SHADOW
Of all the 16 major league baseball managers, Hutchinson is perhaps the least known, the least understood. American Leaguers remember him as a ...
A NEW LAND, AN OLD BOND
The clipping was from Baseball Card News, and it listed the sons of former major leaguers now active in professional baseball. Right there in black and white ...