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April 12, 1971 | Frank Deford
It's the Orioles, of course, and not all the reasons are named Robinson, Palmer and Powell. Try Weaver, Dalton and Cashen (above), organizers of the best organization in the game
October 26, 1970 | William Leggett
All the Orioles seemed to have a hand in casting a spell over Cincinnati but there was no one to compare with Brooks Robinson, the friendly ghost, who made the Reds disappear in five games
October 12, 1970 | Roy Blount Jr.
Baltimore's Big Three pitching staff was as successful as ever. Without dazzling anyone, it merely engineered a sweep over the Minnesota Twins. So now bring on the Reds
October 05, 1970 | Mark Kram
"Trouble," people with an eye for that sort of thing said when Frank Robinson was traded to Baltimore. And trouble was exactly what did not develop as the Robinsons, Frank and Brooks, struck a delicate, winning...
August 24, 1970 | William Leggett
Locked in battle for the American League batting title, Carl Yastrzemski and Tony Oliva put on a stunning display in Boston that all but overshadowed the surprising nose dive by the Minnesota Twins