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BOB STANLEY: The Boston reliever pitched 12⅔ innings against Minnesota and Texas, allowed eight hits and no runs, struck out six batters and surrendered one walk while gaining two wins and a save.
March 16, 1981 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Bob Stanley, Red Sox pitcher, whose children are named Kyle and Kristin: "We've got two K's. One more and we'll have the inning over on strikeouts.
February 24, 1975
Track and field is man's oldest sport—remember the Discobolus, and Pheidippides bringing the 11 o'clock news from Marathon? Indoor track is some 2,350 years younger than Marathon, dating from 1868, when the New York...
December 16, 1968
Artist Bob Stanley went out to see ice hockey and was stirred by its speed and violence. The contrast between "the coldness, the transparency" of the ice and the heated human conflict above it intrigued him. He took...
June 12, 1967
ART CRITICSSirs:Your annual preview of the 500 is always the best ever, anywhere—and this year's Crozier-Stanley effort (The Spirit of Indy, May 29) was merely unsurpassable.