August 20, 1990 | William Nack
Don Mattingly had just left the on-deck circle, swinging the bat over his head, when the night began crackling, and the last stragglers from the rest rooms hurried toward their seats along the first base line at...
September 24, 1990
PLAYING FOR NOTRE DAMEAs a former lineman who played through injuries, pain and frustration and also experienced glory during my four years at Notre Dame, I am struck by Steve Huffman's self-pity in his story, "I...
July 12, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Thomas Boswell in The Washington Post, praising last-of-a-breed catcher Carlton Fisk, who after playing that position in a major league-record 2,226 games was released on June 28 by the Chicago White Sox at the age...
July 24, 1995 | Edited by Franz Lidz and Christian Stone
While the Minnesota Twins have had trouble giving away seats for a dollar, the neighboring St. Paul Saints of the independent Northern League have regularly been playing to packed houses at 6,311-seat Midway Stadium....
April 01, 1996
Outfielders can go only so far in tracking down a fly ball, but some stop at nothing to prevent a run from scoring