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April 15, 1985 | Sandy Keenan
At 37, Texas's Tom Grieve is the youngest G.M. in the major leagues. In the offseason, when he made deals for DH Cliff Johnson, 37, infielder Toby Harrah, 36, and pitcher Burt Hooton, 35, people accused him of...
April 12, 1982 | Douglas S. Looney
Ron Cey, who became a folk hero when he took a Goose Gossage fastball on the side of his head in the World Series and came back in the next game to get two hits and the game-winning RBI, was sitting cross-legged on...
October 26, 1981 | Steve Wulf
Nice series, eh? The first major league championship held in two foreign countries, Canada and Los Angeles, had everything: religion, love, revenge, espionage, nutrition, meteorology, three languages and,...
October 17, 1977 | Ron Fimrite
Considering all that had gone on in this strangest of all baseball playoffs, it was only fitting that the National League pennant should be won in a rainstorm by a California team before a record crowd that was not...