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Sir:For those of us who were around when Hack Wilson played, Mark Kram's article (, April 11) is one of the best written, most poignant and most convincing ever to appear in your magazine.EMIL STECK JR.Pasadena, Calif.
April 11, 1977 | Mark Kram
April 11, 1977 | John A. Meyers
Perhaps more than in any other sport, the ghosts of baseball loom as large as the players on the field. There are fans who have never seen, say, Honus Wagner, but insist he is the greatest shortstop who ever played....
April 11, 1977 | Robert W. Creamer
Hack Wilson is not the only player who has been ignored by the Hall of Fame. There are plenty of others who should be in and aren't. These lineups—for an imaginary game between a team composed of players now in...
April 04, 1977
Baseball 1977 opens the era of free agents, and an analysis of the season ahead tells how the new rich figure to help—or hinder—their new clubs. But the game is not populated solely by fat cats, as Robert Grossman...