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INSTANT REPLAYS: THEY TAKE THE FUN OUT OF THE GAME FOR THIS THOROUGHLY MODERN OLD ROCKY COLAVITO FAN
April 02, 1984 | Michael Oriard
Thinking back, I must have been about 10 because Dizzy Dean was still making baseball games sound like stories by Mark Twain. I was too young to care that Ol' Diz might be corrupting my English or to defend him as...
April 11, 1960
Ben Martin, Air Force Academy football coach, on his team's wide-open style of play: "We get boys who take a big chance every time they take up a jet. They just aren't the type to play conservative football."
May 20, 1957 | Robert Creamer
February 10, 1958
Vice-President Richard Nixon, extemporizing at the New York Baseball Writers' dinner: "Baseball without fans is like Jayne Mansfield without a sweater." (Laughter.) "That can be taken two ways can't it?"