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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."
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...
September 21, 1970 | William Leggett
The St. Louis Cardinal lineup is not the same as last year's and most likely it will be different again in 1971. Only Bob Gibson remains the same. In a trying season he is still baseball's most effective pitcher
March 30, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
•Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals' star pitcher, who speaks his mind: "Too many people think an athlete's life can be an open book. You're supposed to be an example. Why do I have to be an example for your kid? You be...
September 30, 1968 | William Leggett