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November 02, 1970 | Roy Blount Jr.
The beleaguered owner of the Washington Senators has a thing about stormy petrels. He expects them to get him out of trouble
March 15, 1971 | John Underwood
Washington now has Senators named McLain, Flood, Williams and Short lobbying to bridge the yawning gap that almost drove the team away
March 22, 1971 | William Leggett
With Cincinnati's Big Red Machine out of tune the muscular Dodgers are now the team to watch, as two Hellenic National Leaguers agree
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
George Sisler, who hit .420 in 1922 and had a lifetime batting average of .340, "would simply feel a sense of sorrow," Branch Rickey once said, "for anybody who disagreed with him about hitting." The estimable Mr....