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The save started out innocently enough, but the obsession with racking up the stat has thrown bullpen usage, roster management and the pitching salary structure out of whack. Here's the fix: Get rid of it
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By Carlos Sastre (above), his first Tour de France championship. The 33-year-old Spaniard took the yellow jersey on July 23 after Stage 17—the most rigorous climb—and held on to it for the final four stages,...
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One of the more imaginative projects in the checkered history of sports publishing has been undertaken by Jerome Holtzman, the respected baseball writer for the Chicago Sun-Times and the author of a fine book on...
May 21, 1979 | Jonathan Yardley
"The whole history of baseball," Bernard Malamud has said, "has the quality of mythology." Indeed it does, with its legendary heroes, epic contests and ineradicable statistics, and few writers have used it more...