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September 25, 1978
GAYLORD PERRY: The 40-year-old Padre righthander beat Atlanta 3-1 and Houston 2-1. With the National League's best record (19-6) and a 2.89 earned run average, he is in contention for a second Cy Young Award.
April 03, 1978 | John Papanek
Oh, Sparky Lyle's in the Yankees' camp, but baseball is an afterthought because he thinks he's being crowded out of the bullpen
August 01, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
LARRY HISLE: "He's baseball's MVP," said Angel Pitcher Nolan Ryan after the Twin outfielder beat him 3-2 with an RBI bunt single. Hisle also batted .389, hit two homers and raised his league-leading RBI total to 84.
April 12, 1976 | Ron Reid
With 108 victories and a world championship last season, the Reds left themselves a tough act to follow. But neither a pitching staff allegedly short on depth nor the prospect of marked improvement in the rest of the...
April 24, 1972
ON WITH THE GAMESirs:The problem with the public nature of the baseball strike was that it demonstrated to the fan that ballplayers are guys who fight the same day-to-day fight he does. The players and the owners...