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August 31, 1970
Tense but tenacious, the N.Y. Met defense of the world title begins in the infield with Bud Harrelson. At the start of the last desperate drive, a report on baseball's only race.
September 07, 1970 | Alfred Wright
Bud Harrelson does not exactly have blacksmith's arms, and he wears down to a twig in the dog days of summer. But he is holding New York together—almost—as it battles for its very life
September 21, 1970
NEW YORK'S BUDDYSirs:I would like to congratulate Alfred Wright on an article that was well done and long overdue (...And a Mighty Met Is He! Sept. 7). I have always considered Bud Harrelson to be one of the greatest...
May 31, 1971
The weather was chilly this spring but the baseball was oh-so-hot. The Oakland A's and the San Francisco Giants, surprising triumphs of teamwork, snatched their division leads and raced off like rocket-powered...