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Died At 64, Dodgers minor league hitting coordinator and former major league outfielder Bill Robinson. His 16-season career began with the Braves in 1966. In '67 he was traded to the Yankees; he homered in his first...
April 17, 2006 | Mark Bechtel
Injured while sleeping? Why so many athletes climb in the sack, turn out the light--and wake up on the DL
March 23, 1998 | Tim Crothers
WHAT THEY NEEDED: Relievers with some hope of getting anybody out. Another proven starter. A leftfielder not named Rich Amaral. A first baseman to replace Paul Sorrento.
June 12, 1995 | Tim Kurkjian
Knocking Their Sox Off. John Valentin of the Red Sox last Friday had one of the best hitting days ever by a shortstop. In a 6-5 win over the Mariners at Fenway Park, he went 5 for 5, including three home runs, and...
May 05, 1986 | Peter Gammons
Take heart, minor leaguers Ricky Barlow and Glenallen Hill. Barlow, a former first-round pick of the Tigers who has a 3-29 record in his last two years in the minors, and Hill, who batted .210 with 211 strikeouts for...