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October 05, 1970 | William Leggett
While the Mets sank inexorably in the East, the Cincinnati Reds, who long before had celebrated the winning of the West, were not standing idly by. They were moving—in fits and starts, just as they had been since...
October 19, 1970 | William Leggett
It was the Series everybody wanted between baseball's two best teams, but the Orioles took something away from the script when they hit a little harder and pitched a little better to get away winging
November 23, 1970 | William F. Reed
The year's top Big Red Machine belongs not to Cincinnati but to the Nebraska Cornhuskers, who flayed Kansas State and won another New Year's trip to Miami, which prompted Bob Devaney to claim No. 1
June 14, 1971 | Peter Carry
Ignored in last year's ballots, Cornell triumphed on the field
June 21, 1971
NOT SO RED HOTSirs:Regarding the article, Cincinnati's Big Red Clunk (June 7) by William F. Reed, please let me say that a better name for this so-called machine is The Little Red Wagon. The 1971 Reds are so inept as...