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NO SMALL FEATSirs:Thank you for a refreshing look at Small Town, U.S.A. (The Greatest Athlete in Yates Center, Kansas, Aug. 9), where people may know everything about each other but have the essential element lacking...
September 13, 1971 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
Pittsburgh's Rosey Rowswell (far left) said, "Open the window, Aunt Minnie," and became famous. Arch McDonald, the voice of the Senators, parted his hair in the middle and offered to fight fans. Cleveland Indian Jack...
April 14, 1975 | Leo Durocher
Joining the Giants, the Dodgers' archenemies, Durocher is spellbound by Bobby Thomson's home run, delighted by Willie Mays and charmed by Dusty Rhodes.
April 21, 1975 | Leo Durocher
Durocher bears witness to miracles at Coogan's Bluff: Bobby Thomson, Willie Mays, Dusty Rhodes
March 29, 1976 | Bill Christine
During one of the rare lulls in the 1975 World Series I turned to my neighbor in the Fenway Park press box, Stan Hochman of the Philadelphia Daily News, and asked what he thought his city's "most memorable moment" in...