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August 07, 1972
THE MAKING OF A PITCHERSirs:This Met fan congratulates you for your excellent article on the abilities of our Tom Seaver (Tom Terrific and His Mystic Talent, July 24). The crisp, lucid style of writing, the fine...
December 22, 1975 | Frank Deford
DESPITE THE LEGEND, ONLY THE BASES WERE LOADED IN THE 1926 SERIES WHEN "PETE" ALEXANDER AMBLED TO THE PITCHER'S MOUND
October 09, 1978 | Donald Honig
One of the most frequently reported moments in World Series play occurred in 1926 when the aging Grover Cleveland Alexander came out of the St. Louis Cardinal bullpen to strike out New York Yankee rookie Tony Lazzeri...
April 11, 1983 | Jeremiah Tax
Are you a Yankee hater? I mean, do you really hate 'em? I know you think George is a bloated jerk and Billy's a brat, but do you loathe every last one of 'em—all the way back to when they were still called the...
April 29, 1985 | N. Brooks Clark
They tell the story in St. Louis that Grover Cleveland Alexander used to hock his 1926 World Series ring so routinely that Rachael Breadon, wife of the Cardinals' owner, sent word to all the local pawn shops that she...