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SIZE DIDN'T MATTER TO THESE MEN WHO MADE BASEBALL HISTORY (WELL, MAYBE TO GAEDEL IT DID)
June 30, 2003 | Melissa Segura
You don't need to be Yao Ming to make your mark in the sports world. We caught up with six former athletes who, though small in stature, measured up in the eyes of history
November 15, 1989
Excitement over a man walking on the moon is tempered by the drowning, on the same weekend, of a young woman at Chappaquiddick. On another weekend, Bill Hartack wins his fifth Kentucky Derby. The Miracle Mets,...
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 10, 1972
Dick Williams, manager of the Oakland A's, would not discourage the other five teams from playing their 162 games, but lie is pretty certain how things will turn out in his division. "I like this ball club," he says...