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March 22, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
Although, the format has changed over the years, a story on baseball rookies (page 30) has become something of a tradition at SI. This year, as our baseball staff sifted through the current crop, someone wondered how...
May 11, 1981 | Steve Wulf
March 13, 1980
Down three games to one, the Pirates had rallied to tie the world Series at 3-3, but now the Orioles led again, 1-0, in the sixth inning of Came 7. With a man on base, Scott McGregor delivered a low curve to...
December 24, 1979 | Kelso F. Sutton
Twenty-five years ago, when SPORTS ILLUSTRATED was born. Willie (Pops) Stargell, one of our co-Sportsmen of 1979, was known around Oakland, Calif. as Lefty Milkshake—the 13-year-old Wilver was as busy imbibing shakes...
September 24, 1979 | Peter Gammons
No. 3,000 for Carl Yastrzemski was only a ground ball, but it set off fireworks