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October 18, 1993
Jackie Sherrill If a coach chooses to inspire by shock, so what? In the instance of Wild Willie—the bull Mississippi State coach Jackie Sherrill (Who Is This Clown?, Sept. 20) had castrated in front of his players in an effort to educate, motivate, disgust, whatever—the animal survived the transformation from bull to steer, and Sherrill got the team's attention.
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October 18, 1993

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Unbelievable. A one-handed pitcher throws a no-hitter and you put Joe Montana on the cover for the umpteenth time.
KEVIN HAYNES
Brooklyn

Fathers and Sons
In your Sept. 20 SCORECARD you listed nine members of the Cincinnati Reds of the 1970s whose sons have played pro baseball. You missed one. Andy Kosco was a backup outfielder for the Reds in 1973 and '74. Kosco's older son, Dru, played for Double A Williamsport, in the Seattle Mariner organization, in 1989 and '90, and his other son, Bryn, is an infielder who has just completed an outstanding season (.307 batting average, 27 home runs, 121 RBIs) with the Class A High Desert Mavericks in the Florida Marlin organization.
JON S. PATTERSON
Haslett, Mich.

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