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The webfoots of the University of Oregon have had some mighty wet and sticky going since that day in football's paleolithic age when they made their first Rose Bowl appearance—against Pennsylvania in 1917. This year,...
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July 04, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
Mariner owner George Argyros created a storm of controversy last week when he replaced the popular Rene Lachemann with Del Crandall, who managed Milwaukee from 1972 to '75 and most recently has directed the Dodgers'...
April 16, 1984 | Ivan Maisel
JACK MORRIS: Relying mainly on his split-fingered fastball, the Detroit righthander no-hit Chicago 4-0. Morris tanned eight and walked six, including three in the fourth inning. A double play and a strikeout got him...
April 16, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Ron Kittle, Chicago White Sox left-fielder, after his team lost to the Detroit Tigers' Jack Morris 4-0 on a no-hitter: "All in all, I'd rather have watched him bowl 300."