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May 03, 1971 | William Leggett
After Oakland Manager Dick Williams blistered his A's on a bus, they drove to the top, running over the California Angels and shaking up the nervous Twins as baseball's dullest division came to life
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...
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
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
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.