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May 23, 1983 | Ray Kennedy
Baseball is a dumb game. That's right, dumb, as in d-u-m-b. Understand—quickly, before the ghost of Alexander Cartwright seeks vengeance with a fungo bat—I speak not from the viewpoint of the fan or the player but...
May 16, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
The two most influential pitching coaches in the Atlanta organization—Bob Gibson, who works with the Braves, and Johnny Sain, who instructs the minor-leaguers—have theories as different as the fastball and changeup...
February 16, 1983
Though down one strike, the baseball season saw record attendance and dramatic division races as interest in the game took off. So did flying Tiger Lance Parrish (right), who set an American League record for home...
September 06, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
May 31, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:Jim Doherty's article (May 17) was another startling reminder of who and what are really in control of this country. To me, the most poignant line in the entire story was Dick Randall's "Somewhere, something is...