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In an age when ace relief pitchers are often armed with 95-mph fastballs and have nicknames like Wild Thing and Terminator, Doug Jones of the Cleveland Indians is an anomaly: a no-nickname bullpen stopper with the...
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August 14, 1967 | Angelo Dundee
Muhammad Ali's trainer begins the story of the heavyweight champion's progress in the ring, describing from his unique vantage point the kid who believed so strongly in himself, who erred often but learned from every...
March 06, 1967 | Mark Kram
The dream died with worthy Doug Jones, but it gleamed brighter than ever for Joe Frazier, who has a Marciano punch and Ali in his future
July 11, 1966
BOXING—"It's a good thing you play strings instead of winds, because I'm going to hit you in the mouth," said New Yorker Doug Jones to his guitar-playing opponent, Chicago's ERNIE TERRELL, before their heavyweight...