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April 04, 1983 | Bruce Anderson
On a warm South Florida morning last month, a man hiding middle-aged spread under a blue sweat suit jogged in the outfield at Fort Lauderdale's Yankee Stadium. Mickey Lolich making a comeback? No. Just New York owner...
March 21, 1983 | Henry Hecht
By now, just about every baseball fan is aware of the game's newest official stat—it's only three years old—the game-winning RBI, the ribbie that puts a team ahead to stay. It means that if you lead off a game with a...
October 18, 1982 | Ron Fimrite
When Milwaukee's Cecil Cooper came to the plate in the last of the seventh inning of the final game of the American League playoffs Sunday, he seemed like anything but a man of destiny. He had struck out in his two...
August 02, 1982 | Jim Kaplan
Veteran stars like Reggie Jackson (left) have taken California to the top of the American League West
April 12, 1982 | Ron Fimrite
They've got the names, all right—Jackson, Carew, Lynn, Baylor, Burleson, Grich.... You name 'em, they've got 'em. What the Angels don't have is time, because age, that most relentless of pursuers, is threatening to...