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•Billy Martin, manager of the Minnesota Twins, on how to celebrate winning the American League Western Division championship: "You split a bottle of champagne and drink the Western half."
March 16, 1970 | Mark Mulvoy
Baseball's highest-paid player, Carl Yastrzemski, has been the hope—and sometimes the despair—of four Boston managers. So far silent Eddie Kasko, the latest Red Sox pilot appears to have Yaz' O.K.
June 22, 1970 | Tony Conigliaro
On a night in Boston a pitched ball blinded—and nearly killed—Red Sox Outfielder Tony Conigliaro. Here begins the story of his early terror and his struggle toward recovery
June 29, 1970 | Tony Conigliaro
A cautious comeback, interrupted by a sudden loss of sight, ended in bitter words and near blindness. Then, for reasons still unknown, the vision cleared and hits once again cleared the outfield fences
July 13, 1970
TONYSirs:Three years ago I felt sorry for a fine and unfortunate young athlete whose career was tragically interrupted. Now I realize he never needed anyone's pity—he had enough himself to fill Fenway Park. I was...