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July 20, 1987 | Hank Hersch
Pitchers are throwing high and tight, and the hitters aren't taking it lying down
April 14, 1986 | Anderson
For all their pitching woes, the Indians did bring one great arm to training camp. Unfortunately for the Tribe, it belonged to pitching instructor Bob Feller, who at 67 is a bit over the mound. Then again, Feller may...
April 07, 1986 | John Gerlach
My father stands, and my daughter, too. People around us rise to applaud. Nine Cleveland Indians in a row have reached base during the seventh inning, and eight have scored. More fans at Municipal Stadium rise, clap...
September 23, 1985 | Henry Hecht
Dick Wagner, the man who let Pete Rose get away from Cincinnati, replaced Al Rosen as G.M. of the Astros the same week Rose passed Ty Cobb. Wagner, you might remember, also fired Sparky Anderson and then presided...
April 15, 1985 | Ivan Maisel
The Cleveland Indians are what most people would like to be: young, talented and thin. Since this is baseball, the last, an absence of bench strength, could present a problem. But when it comes to starting lineups,...