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December 08, 1980 | Compiled by CRAIG NEFF
PRO BASKETBALL—Boston used such a tall lineup against the Knicks that 6'9" Larry Bird played guard. The result was a 120-106 Celtic win in which Boston out-rebounded New York 56-31, blocked 10 Knick shots and got 23...
October 20, 1980 | Dan Levin
So much is gone from the Boston we knew then: the Braves, the Victory Gardens of World War II, and, most notably, that wild city block we called The Mountains. Only the gnarled old oak at its edge remains, only that...
August 25, 1980 | Kathy Andria
TONY PEREZ: The Boston first baseman drove in all seven runs in two wins—nine for the week—and hit .520, with four homers, a double and a triple. He had 20 home runs and was second in the league in RBIs with 87.
April 28, 1980 | Kenny Moore
Bill Rodgers (above) tied the record with a third straight Boston Marathon victory, but who was first to finish the full distance among the women was open to question
April 21, 1980
There's a long, long road awindin' between Hopkinton and Boston, and more than 8,000 runners, including the defending champion, Bill Rodgers, will be taking it while they participate in the 84th Boston Marathon....