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The Bronx Zoo
As third baseman Graig Nettles points out in The Bronx Zoo, reliever Sparky Lyle's memoir of the 1978 Yankees, some little boys dream about ...
BRONX BOY MAKES GOOD
The vast majority of people in the world were not aware of it, but Stephen P. Kelly, the kayaker from the New York City borough of the Bronx, ...
The Rediscovery of New York City
The journal of a voyage of discovery should start with the first day and go straight through to the last. For several reasons—the unseemly wrath of God and my own incompetence being excuse enough—this wandering account of an 80-mile canoe trip over the old, worn waters of New York City begins before dawn on the third day
Armed Forces Longtime Angel Chuck Finley heads a list of pitchers who could be traded before the July 31 deadline
from New York--and because he's a Yankee killer. Finley is 16-9 lifetime against the Bronx Bombers. Bavasi says any decision on whether to ...
The Cat Comes Back
SWINGMAN KEVIN PARROM HAS REBOUNDED FROM TRAGEDY, INJURY AND A SHOOTING. AFTER THAT, LEADING NO. 12 ARIZONA IS A SNAP
10. GEORGIA TECH
Cremins has fortified his roster with enough representatives from the Bronx, Manhattan and Brooklyn to make Tech, 18-11 last season, the team ...
BRIGHT SPOT THOUGH SHAKY OF LATE, THE RETOOLED YANKEES HAVE STEADIED THEMSELVES FOR THE STRETCH RUN
On his ride tothe Bronx from Newark Airport he had survived the impact of alarge chunk of metal that appeared to fall out of the sky andthat ...
HOOPS COMES HOME
More than Harlem, the Bronx, Manhattan's West 4th Street, Philly, Chicago, ... Those two stars were from Manhattan and the Bronx, respectively.
Now You See Him, Now You Don't
Even if you catch three-time champ Wilfred Benitez, you probably won't hit him often