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July 17, 1978 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Carlton Fisk, Red Sox catcher, after a game in which he hit a three-run homer, leaped three rows into the box seats to catch a foul ball, and slid headfirst into a wall to catch another foul: "I felt like a maple...
September 19, 1977
CARLTON FISK: Realizing he wasn't "as strong as in May," the Boston catcher opened his stance and hit with renewed vigor: a pair of two-homer games, 18 RBIs (seven in an 11-2 rout of Toronto) and a .577 average.
August 23, 1976 | Larry Keith
THE WINNERS OF '75 HAVE BEEN CURSED WITH WEAK BATS, GLOVES AND SPIRITS
November 03, 1975
It was the thriller by which those of the future must be measured, with the Red Sox first lifted up, then dashed down and finally made victors by two storybook home runs
August 13, 1973
NITTY-GRITTYSirs:Melvin Maddocks' article on Carlton Fisk (The New England Grit of Mr. Fisk, July 30) was one of the finest I have read in your magazine. Fisk is the best catcher in the American League right now and...