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Sitting in a quiet corner of the bustling Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas, Gary Nolan wonders aloud if his 10-year career as a major league pitcher wasn't itself a mirage. "There were some good seasons, an All-Star Game...
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Cincinnati's hitting has been weak but its pitching has been awful. The NL champs hang close, still hoping
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The nation turned its suffering eyes to the labor news as baseball's striking players checked out basketball, paddle ball and even softball
October 05, 1970 | William Leggett
While the Mets sank inexorably in the East, the Cincinnati Reds, who long before had celebrated the winning of the West, were not standing idly by. They were moving—in fits and starts, just as they had been since...