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May 19, 1975 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi
•Pete Rose, on the fans at Dodger Stadium: "I don't know why those people throw bottles at me. I was 3 for 39 here last year. They should have given me a standing ovation."
December 11, 1967
•Walter O'Malley, on the big-game trophies—polar bear, nyala, sable antelope, etc.—that he keeps in Dodger Stadium: "It's nice to have your own stadium. You wouldn't dare try to bring stuff like this into your home....
August 26, 1963
The big payoff on Walter O'Malley's Chavez Ravine seems imminent as Ron Fairly and the other young Dodgers battle to win the pennant that slid away from them last year.
February 26, 1962
•David Clark, Olympic pole-vaulter, announcing that he had bought a fiberglass pole: "I decided to quit crying about it and buy one."
April 11, 2005 | Mark Bechtel
70 Consecutive wins by the baseball team at La Cueva High in Albuquerque, breaking the national record of 68 set by Archbishop Molloy High in Briarwood, N.Y., in 1966.