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March 26, 2001 | Tom Verducci
To solve the problem of turning two, a middle infielder must study the aerodynamics of the toss, the mass of the incoming runner and the angles at which to cross the bag
April 14, 1969
Steadiness is the game of players like Bill Freehan (see cover). Only occasionally are they the stars, but without them the stars could not shine. Their hits sustain rallies. They throw to the right cutoff man, are...
June 27, 1966
QUAKER GOLFSirs:Thank you very much for the finest golf tournament preview I have ever seen in print (U.S. Open, June 13). The models of the holes in Quake Corner and Ken Venturi's lucid analysis of the Olympic...
April 08, 1963
Already top-heavy in pitching, defense and singles hitters, Pittsburgh went for more of the same by trading off its veteran infielders. The moves may pay off someday—but not in 1963
May 06, 1957 | Robert Creamer
Manager Bobby Bragan constantly sings the praises of his youthful Pittsburgh Pirates, but actually his heart is heavy. The trouble is, the youthful Pittsburgh Pirates can't hit