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June 17, 1985 | Henry Hecht
Either the manager doesn't like them, or they don't have enough talent, or they play for the wrong team. These poor unfortunates, who never get a chance to dirty their uniforms, form INSIDE PITCH'S Ill-Star team:
June 17, 1985 | Edited By Franz Lidz
•Billy Martin, New York Yankees manager, after witnessing a tantrum by Seattle Mariners skipper Chuck Cottier: "He has to learn to control himself."
May 27, 1985 | Edited by Gay Flood
CHEMICAL REACTIONSSir:It's good that SI published some hard facts and numbers about anabolic steroids (Special Report: The Steroid Explosion, May 13). I'm a drug-free powerlifter who trains in a gym in which a good...
May 27, 1985 | Jeremiah Tax
Sports books, like everything else, are expensive these days: $18.95 is a lot to pay for the pontifications of a 19-year-old athlete. He may be making $650,000 a year, but you're not. So it's a pleasure to report...
May 20, 1985 | Edited by Gay Flood
GEORGE AND BILLY: ACT IVSir:Steve Wulf hinted only briefly at the lunacy of George Steinbrenner's decision to fire Yogi Berra after just 16 games of the '85 season (Oh No, Not Again, May 6). Once again George is...