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July 02, 1979 | Jim Kaplan
As the Yankees changed managers, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Yanks' playmates in the last two World Series, went right on self-destructing with the same old people. Take a recent game at Dodger Stadium with the...
August 13, 1979 | Phillip Timothy Gay
August 20, 1979 | Jerry Kirshenbaum
If the roar of the crowd is part of baseball, so, increasingly, is the hush of the clubhouse. Let sportswriters draw nigh and Dave Kingman isn't the only ballplayer who is clamming up these days. In what seems to be...
April 07, 1980 | Ron Fimrite
This may well be baseball's best-balanced division, which is to say it may well be the weakest. On every team a strength is countered by a flaw, so that a uniform mediocrity is achieved, the top club being scarcely...
May 12, 1980 | Steve Wulf
Los Angeles is sparkling, thanks in part to rookies who won't be given the brush