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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
March 12, 1984
?Tippy Martinez, Baltimore Orioles relief pitcher, asked how he expected to be affected by the trade to Oakland of fellow reliever Tim Stoddard, who weighs 250 pounds: "There will be more food for everybody."
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March 12, 1984

They Said It

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? Tippy Martinez, Baltimore Orioles relief pitcher, asked how he expected to be affected by the trade to Oakland of fellow reliever Tim Stoddard, who weighs 250 pounds: "There will be more food for everybody."

?Patti Corzine, wife of Chicago center Dave Corzine, following a Bulls victory over the Philadelphia 76ers, who were playing without Moses Malone: "I knew something was wrong when Dave came home with no bite marks."

? Steve Sax, Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman, discussing the club's spring training regimen: "We're given a choice. We can either run around the field three times or run around Tommy Lasorda once."

? Stan Kasten, Atlanta Hawks general manager, explaining why he has had trouble making deals with other clubs: "They all want to give me bad players, and I've got enough of those."

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