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December 27, 2010 | MARK BECHTEL
Whether they simply felt larger than life (a fireballing phenom, an imperious owner) or were literally so (a 7'7" social activist, a gentle giant), the figures the sports world lost had impacts that are sure to endure
August 30, 2010
In mid-July of 1951, with his New York Giants languishing behind the Brooklyn Dodgers, manager Leo Durocher moved struggling slugger Bobby Thomson from the outfield to third base. "Maybe he's putting me back there so...
March 30, 2009
By and his Whitney Young high teammates, the Illinois 4A basketball championship. Marcus, the younger son of Michael Jordan, had a game-high 19 points, including four straight free throws in the final 26 seconds,...
July 11, 2005
Each of the 80 or so baseballs major league umpires put in play during the average game is worth about $15 in pristine condition. But as soon as those balls get belted over fences in critical situations, their value...
September 17, 2001
Declined•By the Dodgers, a Giants request that the two teams dress in 1951-style uniforms at PacBeli Park on Sept. 16 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Bobby Thomson's Shot Heard 'Round the World. The Giants...