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October 02, 1989 | Phillip M. Hoose
From time to time during the spring of 1956, postcards and packages would arrive at my house, first from Florida and then from various American League cities. They were sent to me by my second cousin, Yankee pitcher...
November 03, 1986 | Noel Hynd
In 1912 the New York baseball club in the American League was a sorry operation indeed. Known as the Highlanders, they played in rickety, wooden Hilltop Park at Broadway and 165th Street and finished last in the...
March 19, 1984 | Jeremiah Tax
With the publication of Babe in 1974 (SI, March 18 et seq.), Robert W. Creamer set a standard of excellence for sports biographies. Now, a decade later, Creamer has demonstrated his skill once again with Stengel—His...
February 20, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE WINTER GAMESSir:My thanks to Bob Ottum for an outstanding story on Scott Hamilton (Wow! Power, Feb. 6). Win or lose, Hamilton is one of the biggest men in sports today, by far.EMILIE TIHANSKYAllentown, Pa.
December 03, 1979 | Jonathan Yardley
Maury Allen is a sportswriter for the New York Post who covered the Mets in those marvelous early years when Casey Stengel presided benignly over the most endearingly inept group of mortals ever to masquerade as a...