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June 08, 1981 | Steve Wulf
October 18, 1982 | Ron Fimrite
When Milwaukee's Cecil Cooper came to the plate in the last of the seventh inning of the final game of the American League playoffs Sunday, he seemed like anything but a man of destiny. He had struck out in his two...
July 21, 1980 | Mike DelNagro
REGGIE JACKSON: In a four-game tear, the Yankee rightfielder batted .471, scored six runs and had 10 RBIs. Three of his hits were homers, raising his season total to 22 and tying him with Ben Oglivie for the league lead.
June 12, 2000 | Jeff Pearlman
Why the Inmates Don't Run the Asylum, Vol. XLIV: During spring training several members of the Royals, led by leftfielder Johnny Damon, marched into manager Tony Muser's office and complained about Kansas City's...
July 30, 1984 | Henry Hecht
It's the ninth inning, the bases are loaded, two are out, and the Royals have a one-run lead. We asked Dan Quisenberry, who paced the majors with a record 45 saves in 1983 and again leads with 25, to name the five...