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Sparked by a sports fanatic and sponsored by a Los Angeles baker, the Helms Hall achieved world renown, but it soon may be only history too, for it can find no new backers and eviction day is coming
September 03, 1984 | Henry Hecht
BILL SCHROEDER: Subbing for injured Jim Sundberg, the Brewers' 25-year-old rookie catcher hit five home runs in six games during a 9-for-18 week that raised his average from .236 to .265.
April 14, 1986 | Hecht
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March 05, 1990 | Jim Harmon
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September 01, 1997 | Peter King
For years football sages like Marv Levy and Dom Capers have been telling us that the performance of special teams is as important to the outcome of a game as the play of the offense and the defense. It's a shaky...