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October 10, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
A season of big numbers was highlighted by dazzling shopping and bopping sprees. Fourteen free agents signed contracts worth $1 million or more, topped by the five-year, $2.9-million deal that brought Reggie Jackson...
April 03, 1978
Baseball '78 leads off with a unique look at the game's two top hitters, Rod Carew and George Foster; up next is Melissa Ludtke, with her revelatory report on the relationship between sport's oddest couple, the plate...
April 10, 1978
April 24, 1978 | Edited by Gay Flood
OPENING DAYSir:Caps off to Frank Deford for two superb pieces that captured the essence of baseball, A Time for All Us Children (March 27) and Spring Has Sprung (April 10). As with eating Cracker Jack, the more you...
October 09, 1978 | Jim Kaplan
It was another big-money year for baseball. Attendance climbed to a record 40-million-plus, and by attracting 3,347,845, the Dodgers became the first team to draw three million at home. In the bidding wars, 14 free...