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June 18, 1984 | Henry Hecht
The Brewers, who used to be Harvey's Wallbangers, are a woeful 12th in the American League in offense, and the lack of support is getting to Don Sutton, who is 3-5 despite a respectable 3.52 ERA. Sutton, who broke...
July 13, 1981 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Joe Morgan, San Francisco Giant second baseman, extolling the diplomacy with which Manager Frank Robinson dispenses constructive criticism: "He can step on your shoes, but he doesn't mess up your shine."
September 24, 1979 | Ron Fimrite
July 04, 1977 | Joe Jares
Frank Robinson, the first black skipper, got the ax in Cleveland after a few players, the general manager and even the play-by-play announcer had their cuts at him
July 05, 1976 | Larry Keith
About the only American Leaguers who do not rate Cleveland's Frank Robinson highly as a manager are the umpires, who wish he would sit down and shut up