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May 16, 1983 | Grady Jim Robinson
"We've got one last chance," I mumbled to Kenny Kaaiohelo, my old college pal, who had just driven 10 hours and 500 miles from Edmond, Okla. with his two sons, Jason and Jared, to see the sixth game of the 1982 World...
August 11, 1980 | William Nack
San Diego still lacks an identity and a sense of direction, and with the star's status in doubt, the future remains bleak
May 30, 1983 | Edited by Gay Flood
Sir:William Taaffe (TV/RADIO, May 16) complains that Bill Russell's basketball commentary is too slow. Compared to that of the nonstop talkers, 1 guess it is. Russell is the only announcer who has the sense to remain...
September 04, 1978 | Kent Hannon
GEORGE HENDRICK: The St. Louis centerfielder blasted four homers, including a grand slam and a three-run shot in the same game. He also batted .407, with two four-hit games, as the Cards won their 16th out of 21 games.
April 15, 1985 | Steve Wulf
Chuck Tanner was smiling. At the time, his Pirates, last in the NL East in '84, were 1-10 in spring training. Injuries had beset six key players, and George Hendrick, the big bopper acquired from St. Louis in the...