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May 18, 1970 | Roy Blount Jr.
It is all-out war when the Angels' talented Andy Messersmith steps on the mound. He will do almost anything to win, which explains why—while he lasts—he is being called one of the best in baseball
May 18, 1970 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Once part of a famous Yankee outfield with DiMaggio and Henrich, Charlie Keller was always a country boy at heart and now he is home in Maryland, a rising breeder of quality trotting horses
May 04, 1970 | John Underwood
Great truths about this country cannot be deduced from one man's observations of sport and life in Lewistown, Mont., Barre, Vt., Hastings, Neb. or Valdosta, Ga. But, as winter turns to spring and the trout and Cards...
April 13, 1970 | William Leggett
Baseball has never had more administrative headaches, but now attention can begin to focus on the action, on fiery Ted Williams, on stars like the Mets' Koosman and Seaver
April 13, 1970 | Alfred Wright
Little Earl Weaver, who played and managed in the minors for 20 years, was ready when his chance came to manage the Baltimore Orioles