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June 04, 1973 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Richie Scheinblum, Cincinnati Reds outfielder, recalling his trade from Cleveland to Washington for cash and a player to be named later: "When the year was over they wanted to give me back as the player to be named...
July 31, 1972 | Erwin L. Breithold
Anyone who has watched his favorite baseball team wallow through the late innings of a hopelessly lost game knows the feeling perfectly. Does one leave now and escape further humiliation, or wait till the end out of...
January 19, 1970
TV IMAGESSirs:William Johnson's article After TV Accepted the Call, Sunday Was Never the Same (Jan. 5) was excellent. His description of the bidding war between the networks for the NFL and AFL games made me feel as...
April 14, 1969 | William Leggett
1869: The Cincinnati Red Stockings, the first pro team, post a 65-0-1 record and a $1.39 profit after barnstorming 11,877 miles.
April 14, 1969
Steadiness is the game of players like Bill Freehan (see cover). Only occasionally are they the stars, but without them the stars could not shine. Their hits sustain rallies. They throw to the right cutoff man, are...