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March 02, 1970 | Bill Freehan
Denny McLain, the high-flying Detroit pitcher suspended indefinitely from baseball for 'his 1967 involvement in book-making activities,' has long been a controversial figure among his own teammates. Last season...
March 02, 1970 | Edited by Robert Creamer
BASEBALL SCANDAL (CONT.)
February 23, 1970 | Morton Sharnik
Poor, dumb Denny McLain, the star pitcher of the Detroit Tigers, was a partner in a bookmaking operation during the 1967 baseball season and became inextricably involved with mobsters. Now he is paying the...
December 15, 1969
Last year, despite rigorous training under the eye of a Canadian Football League veteran, Prime Minister Trudeau flubbed the kickoff of the Grey Cup classic—the ball sailed five feet, rolled five more (SI, Dec. 9,...
September 15, 1969 | Kent Hannon
Good pitching might, as the adage goes, beat good hitting every time, but there is nobody in baseball who won't take both. Recently the Detroit Tigers have had both, mainly because of outstanding performances by two...