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As curious as it may seem, a player who until the middle of spring training was on an American League roster has been for many months a pivotal influence in the affairs of the National League. Consider what might...
April 10, 1978 | David Nemec
1 Phillie Jose Cardenal2 Brave Jeff Burroughs3 Yankee Reggie Jackson4 Cincy Mgr. Sparky Anderson5 Cub Dave Kingman6 Yankee Thurman Munson; Cardinal Ted Simmons7 Oriole Mgr. Earl Weaver8 Yank Rich Gossage9 Pirate Bert...
May 08, 1978 | Herman Weiskopf
JEFF BURROUGHS: Eight RBIs and two homers were only part of the Atlanta outfielder's productivity, which also included eight consecutive hits (two shy of the National League record) and a .778 average (14 for 18).
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March 30, 1981 | Edited by Robert H. Boyle
•Billy Martin, skipper of the Oakland A's: "I believe if God had ever managed, He would have been very aggressive, the way I manage."