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DiedOf colon cancer, former major league pitcher, pitching coach and manager George Bamberger, 80. As the Orioles' pitching coach from 1968 to 77, Bamberger mentored 18 20-game winners, including four in '71. Hall of...
April 05, 1993 | Tim Kurkjian
WHY DON'T TEAMS USE THE FOUR-MAN ROTATION ANYMORE? BECAUSE NOBODY HAS THE GUTS TO TRY IT
April 06, 1987 | Craig Neff
The Expos have finally raised the roof in Olympic Stadium. Unfortunately, they didn't get it done in time to prevent most of the talent from flying away. "All the Expos have left is Hubie Brooks and Tim Wallach,"...
October 06, 1986 | Compiled by ROGER JACKSON
ASIAN GAMES—At the halfway point of the 16-day, 27-sport competition in Seoul, China led in the medal race with 131, 58 of them golds. Japan was second with 116 medals, including 38 golds, while the South Koreans had...
April 14, 1986 | Hecht
Harvey's Wallbangers are ancient history even though Robin Yount, Cecil Cooper, Paul Molitor, Ben Oglivie and Jim Gantner are still around. The rebuilding program of general manager Harry Dalton is just starting to...