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The Bucs were keelhauled and hung out to dry as the Orioles, in their most relentless fashion, ran off to a two-game Series lead
April 10, 1972
Wanted: a race to draw some people into the ball parks. The problem: Baltimore. The league champions have a new goal, which is lo become the first team in history to win 100 games in four consecutive seasons. Trading...
May 29, 1972 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Earl Weaver, Baltimore Oriole manager, on the team's hitting slump: "We're so bad right now that for us back-to-back home runs means one today and another one tomorrow."