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March 29, 1971 | Roy Blount Jr.
Down in east Carolina, where barn sides serve as backstops and baseball stirs the soul, the folk heroes are long, lean pitchers. Most stayed home, but the Perry boys of Farm Life have gone far
April 12, 1971 | William Leggett
For the past few seasons baseball has been more concerned with commissioners, rules changes and front-office deals than with what happens on the field. But now the men who play the game are back. With luck they will...
April 04, 1983 | Gary Smith
Calvin Griffith of the Twins is a throwback to an era when owners owned and players played. But times have changed.
February 22, 2010 | BEN REITER
The cliché is often cold comfort for small-market clubs. But this year teams like the Twins, who have a remade roster (and—fingers crossed—a signed Joe Mauer), really can think big
March 22, 2010 | BEN REITER
After his breakthrough 2009 season, it might feel like slugger Kendry Morales was an overnight success. But for the best hitter to come out of Cuba in a generation, the road to Anaheim was anything but short and easy