June 30, 1986 | Peter Gammons
Pitcher Roger Clemens led a sweep of the dread Yankees as Boston's fans had visions of (gulp) a pennant
October 20, 1986 | Peter Gammons
That was truly a lovely affair, said Mrs. Yawkey to Mr. Autry. The of the Red Sox was sitting in the Singing Cowboy's box in Anaheim Stadium—along with Ted Williams—and she was referring to a party held the night...
April 27, 1987 | Peter Gammons
According to an informal poll of major league managers, coaches and executives, here are 20 active players (six of them minorities) who have the "necessities" to be good managers:
September 14, 1987 | Steve Wulf
October 19, 1987 | Edited by Sarah Ballard
•Don Baylor, Minnesota Twins DH, on why he would say no if George Steinbrenner offered him the Yankees' managing job: "I came into this game sane, and I want to leave it sane."