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June 02, 1986 | Peter Gammons
WALLY, JOSE, BEWAREFourteen rookies have hit 30 or more homers, but for eight of them—Wally Berger, Rudy York, Ron Kittle, Walter Dropo, Jimmie Hall, Earl Williams, Tony Oliva and Willie Montanez—the rookie output...
April 14, 1986 | Peter Gammons
1. Outfielder George Bell, shortstop Santiago Garcia, catchers Ernie Whitt and Jeff Hearron, and pitchers John Cerutti and Omar Bencomo from Toronto to Pittsburgh for catcher Tony Pena, lefthanded reliever Pat...
May 14, 1984 | Henry Hecht
The Yankees have the worst record in the American League East, but George Steinbrenner, who has made nine managerial changes since the middle of the '78 season, has given Yogi Berra a vote of confidence. Poor Yogi....
July 11, 1983 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Whitey Herzog, Cardinal manager, after newly acquired Pitcher Neil Allen, a notably poor bunter, laid down a perfect suicide squeeze against his former team, the Mets: "I wasn't taking a very big chance. He's not a...
July 26, 1982 | Steve Wulf
Seriously, folks, a lot of rookies in the National League look as though they've been in the bigs for ages