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July 28, 1975 | Edited by William Oscar Johnson
•Bob Gibson, the St. Louis Cardinals' 39-year-old pitcher: "If I was a young kid, they'd look at my stuff and say I was a heck of a prospect."
July 08, 1974 | Joe Marshall
April 08, 1974 | William Leggett
Now begins the final assault by Henry Aaron on Ruth's home-run record in a season that brings a controversial new ball but plenty of energy for everybody in another quest—the title held by the A's
May 28, 1973 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Gene Mauch, Montreal Expos manager, on a suggestion that maybe his team was lucky to come from behind twice in a row to beat the Cincinnati Reds: "Yeah, we're lucky. It's just like Tim McCarver used to tell me. He...
May 14, 1973 | Pat Putnam
Spring training had gone well enough to permit a modicum of optimism. For one, the St. Louis Cardinals were a happy crew. In contrast to last spring's bitter strike struggle, Owner Gussie Busch had reopened his...