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August 15, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
GEORGE FOSTER: Six homers and 12 RBIs by the Cincinnati outfielder lifted his major league-leading totals to 38 and 109. The former also gave him a shot at Hack Wilson's 47-year-old league mark of 56 home runs.
August 22, 1977 | Ron Fimrite
August 22, 1977 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi
•Pete Rose, on Cincinnati teammate George Foster: "George has got to hit 50 homers, just like everybody's saying he will. Foster doesn't drink, he doesn't smoke, he doesn't curse, he doesn't fool around. Like Joe...
September 12, 1977
Pro Football '77 features house comic Dan Jenkins revealing the results of a player poll on such vital issues as which team has the worst fans and the best uniforms; Joe Marshall re-creating Tony Dorsett's first...
September 19, 1977 | Larry Keith
The juicier ball is not explanation enough for the success Cincy's George Foster has had with his black bat. His strength and quickness may make him the second National Leaguer to have a 50-homer, 150-RBI season