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As he had 18 times before, Bobby Wine watched the Philadelphia Phillies on Opening Day. Only this year, Wine, one of the most successful managers who never managed, wasn't sitting with guys named Callison and...
May 20, 1985 | Henry Hecht
The problem in Minnesota's Metrodome concerns too little lighting on one side of the field and too much on the other. The Yankees filed an unsuccessful protest last week after losing a game in which they had...
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May 04, 1992 | Franz Lidz
FOR MANY PLAYERS, BASEBALL IS A SPORT OF METEORIC RISES AND FALLS—LIKE THE MAJOR LEAGUE FLAMEOUTS OF JOE COWLEY AND THREE OTHER SHOOTING STARS
May 25, 1992 | Franz Lidz
It's a scruffy, lumpy, neckless creature named John who wears a Philadelphia Phillies uniform and leads the major leagues in hitting