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Hobbled by age they're not, so some of baseball's most venerable stars are still at the top of their games. Ron Fimrite takes the pulse of record setters like Lou Brock, Carl Yastrzemski and Gaylord Perry and finds...
July 30, 1979 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Burch Riber, general chairman of the LPGA tournament in Mason, Ohio, where Nancy Lopez and her husband have bought a condominium near one owned by Tom Seaver and his wife: "Nancy's probably a drive and a five-iron...
July 17, 1978 | Kent Hannon
Carl Yastrzemski, 38, got his 2,800th major league hit—a double. He also socked four home runs on four consecutive nights, batted .500 for the week, knocked in 12 runs and raised his season RBI total to 52.
August 22, 1977
BIRD CALLSSir:Thanks for the fine article by Larry Keith on the Baltimore Orioles (Revival and Survival, Aug. 8). And an extra thanks for keeping them off your cover, which has been known to jinx many a pennant...
August 26, 1974 | Mark Mulvoy