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OH! OH! OH!Sir:After reading Frank Deford's article Move Over for Oh-san (Aug. 15), I was disheartened. Not because a great player like Oh is not playing in the U.S., but because of the marvelous attitude of the...
August 15, 1977 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi
•Amos Otis, Kansas City centerfielder, reapplying Joe Adcock's assessment of the batting eye of Henry Aaron to Rod Carew: "Trying to sneak a pitch past him is like trying to sneak the sunrise past a rooster."
September 06, 1976
June 28, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
HENRY AARON: Milwaukee's 42-year-old designated hitter, who had just two homers all season, walloped four and increased his career total to 751. Aaron batted .368, had seven RBIs and beat the A's 3-2 with a home run...
July 07, 1975 | Edited by Bob Ottum
•Doc Medich, New York Yankees, on pitching to Henry Aaron: "It certainly was a great thrill. And someday he can tell his grandchildren that he hit against me."