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In Philadelphia, the city of fraternal love and athletic disaster, there is a renaissance going on. Those lovable, laughable, incompetent Phillies are being reborn. With Director of Player Personnel Paul Owens...
August 04, 1975 | Jack Mann
Muscles stretching his uniform from shoe tops to shoulders, the Phillies' Greg Luzinski has strong-armed to the top of the majors in homers and RBIs
August 18, 1975 | Edited by Gay Flood
THE REDS' STREAKSir:I have been a Cincinnati Reds' fan for many years and I can't remember a team as exciting as this one (Cincy Doesn't Kid Around, Aug. 4). Power, speed, defense and excellent pitching, from...
June 20, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
GREG LUZINSKI: Four doubles and three home runs were among the Bull's 14 hits in 33 at bats (.424). And he drove in 12 runs, three as the Phillies defeated the Astros 9-8 and seven more as they beat the Braves 13-10.
August 29, 1977 | Larry Keith
Led by the mighty Bull and a herd of stampeding teammates, Philadelphia has roared to the majors' best record