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May 30, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
Cincinnati players feel management has been playing footsie with them over the years by forcing them to wear black spiked shoes. The Reds say this deprives them of lucrative endorsement contracts from shoe...
July 09, 1984 | Henry Hecht
Cleveland manager Pat Corrales was explaining the way he was juggling his catchers, Jerry Willard and Chris Bando. He called it his "hot and mad" theory. At the time, Bando was the hot hitter and Willard was the mad...
August 05, 1985 | N. Brooks Clark
For some reason, Chris Bando of Cleveland isn't hitting this year
August 19, 1985 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Thank you for Jim Kaplan's cover story on Pedro Guerrero and the Dodgers (, Aug. 5). No other player in the National League has contributed as much to his team's success as Pedro has.BOB LINDQUISTLos Olivos, Calif.
July 31, 2006 | Reported by Matthew Waxman
"I always thought the knuckleball was the easiest pitch to catch. Wait'll it stops rolling, then go to the backstop and pick it up." --Bob Uecker, major league catcher 1962--67