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By against the Astros on Sunday, the Cubs' first no-hitter since 1972. Zambrano, 27, was making his first start after 11 days off to rest a sore rotator cuff in his pitching shoulder. The righthander walked one and...
March 04, 1985 | Robert L. Miller
The scene above is the Bacon Street Omni in Natick, Mass., otherwise known as the iced-over backyard of staff writer Jack Falla. The ice is where we expect to find Falla, whether skating past his 13-year-old son,...
November 05, 1984 | Edited by Gay Flood
THAT TIESir:In his article (A Tie That Felt Like A Triumph, Oct. 22). Douglas S. Looney makes much of the Texas Longhorns' determination, their big hearts and their total dedication. Frankly, I'm more impressed with...
June 20, 1983 | Edited by Gay Flood
WASHINGTON'S HOGSSir:I have no beef about your article on the world champion Redskins' Head Hog. George Starke (He's the Head Hog, By George. June 6). Jack McCallum's story revealed a seldom seen side of the Skins'...
March 28, 1983 | Philip G. Howlett
Freelance writer Jack Falla, whose story on top NHL prospect Pat LaFontaine begins on page 38, has three rather disparate heroes. "The individuals I'm most intrigued by are Jacques Plante, the great NHL goalie, Brian...