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April 07, 1980 | Ron Fimrite
This may well be baseball's best-balanced division, which is to say it may well be the weakest. On every team a strength is countered by a flaw, so that a uniform mediocrity is achieved, the top club being scarcely...
May 01, 1978 | Larry Keith
In '77 the Dodgers had the National League West wrapped up by mid-May. But by winning two of three last week in L.A., the Reds showed they plan no '78 el foldo
April 10, 1978 | Ron Fimrite
As curious as it may seem, a player who until the middle of spring training was on an American League roster has been for many months a pivotal influence in the affairs of the National League. Consider what might...
July 26, 1976 | Larry Keith
WITH THE LARGEST STAFF IN THE MAJORS, CHICAGO HAS PROVEN QUANTITY IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY. THE TEAM'S ERA (4.63) IS THE LEAGUE'S WORST IN YEARS
April 19, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Jim McDaniels of Western Kentucky, who signed for an estimated $2.8 million with the Carolina Cougars, on his rapid rate of growth as a teen-ager—four inches in three months: "I cried at night in bed. It was hurting...