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April 10, 1978 | Ron Fimrite
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 23, 1977
THE ONION EATERSir:Thank you for your article on Rick Barry (A Splendid Warrior Who Knows His Onions, May 9). Not only is he the best passing forward in the NBA, but he is also the most complete forward ever to play...
May 09, 1977 | Larry Keith
An MVP at 23, Jeff Burroughs was in a bad slump, but a trade to Atlanta has been like a breath of fresh air
April 11, 1977 | Ron Fimrite
Invincible in the fall, when they swept through the playoffs and Series without a loss, the World Champion Cincinnati Reds seem almost vulnerable in the spring. They are getting older—are they not? They have lost...