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October 07, 1985 | Henry Hecht
Their team may have died a painful death, but Don Mattingly and Rickey Henderson are shaking down some baseball history this season. Mattingly, with 140 RBIs, will be the first Yankee to lead the league in RBIs since...
September 26, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
The Royals have bid an unaffectionate farewell to one of their finest players, five-time All-Star Amos Otis. K.C. decided not to pick up its option on Otis—meaning he will be a free agent on Oct. 3—and sent the...
July 03, 1978 | Frank Deford
July 21, 1975 | Larry Keith
Although Cincy allows no DHs on its Triple A Indianapolis team, the Indians lead in their division with stingy pitching and scraggy hitting
June 16, 1969
Boston Red Sox fans will be pleased to learn that the skis that helped kill their team's chances for a second straight pennant in 1968 have been sold. Pitcher Jim Lonborg, who severely injured his left leg on a...