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May 13, 1985 | Henry Hecht
CAL RIPKEN JR.: The Oriole shortstop hit .565 (13 for 23), slugged 1.087 (three homers, three doubles) and drove in 11 runs to help Baltimore win four of five and move into first place in the AL East.
April 29, 1985 | Edited by Gay Flood
LINING THEM UPSir:Having read and heard all winter about the 74¢ Canadian dollar, acid rain, the troubles of the Toronto Maple Leafs and glowing predictions for the Boston Red Sox, this temporarily expatriate...
April 15, 1985 | Sandy Keenan
Starting pitcher Dennis Martinez and reliever Tippy Martinez may not be brothers or cousins, but both are closely related to the prospects of the Baltimore Orioles. With lefthanded starter Mike Flanagan sidelined by...
July 23, 1984 | Jim Kaplan
CAL RIPKEN: The Baltimore shortstop went 10 for 21 as the Orioles won four of five games. He had four homers, a double, a triple, nine RBIs and five runs. His slugging percentage for the week: 1.190.
April 16, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE YANKEES' YOGISir:Congratulations to Roy Blount Jr. for a fine article on Yogi Berra (Yogi, April 2)! I am a doctoral candidate in Hinduism and its philosophy at Harvard, and in my five years of study here I have...