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March 24, 1980 | Larry Keith
The Yankees hope they have another Ron Guidry in Dave Righetti, 21, a 6'3" lefthander who in three years as a pro has averaged more than one strikeout an inning. His father, Leo, was a minor-leaguer.
May 19, 1980 | Frank Deford
Also known as the White Sox of Comiskey Park in Chicago, they're a ragtag outfit that's living the high life in the American League West
July 19, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
HAROLD BAINES: The White Sox outfielder hit five home runs (three in one game), drove across 14 runs, batted .500 and stole a pair of bases. Two of his home runs came while the bases were loaded.
May 07, 1984 | Henry Hecht
Manager Tony LaRussa of the White Sox doesn't seem worried that Harold Baines is batting a dismal .129. "Harold has shown more discipline at the plate at this point in the season than he ever has in the past,"...
August 27, 1984 | Jim Kaplan
The only sock in the White Sox these days comes from Harold Baines