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June 21, 1982 | Herm Weiskopf
JERRY REUSS: After allowing a lead-off double to Eddie Milner of the Reds, the Dodger lefthander pitched the equivalent of a perfect game as he retired 27 consecutive batters and went on to win 11-1.
April 12, 1982 | Douglas S. Looney
Ron Cey, who became a folk hero when he took a Goose Gossage fastball on the side of his head in the World Series and came back in the next game to get two hits and the game-winning RBI, was sitting cross-legged on...
October 26, 1981 | Steve Wulf
Nice series, eh? The first major league championship held in two foreign countries, Canada and Los Angeles, had everything: religion, love, revenge, espionage, nutrition, meteorology, three languages and,...
October 13, 1980 | Ron Fimrite
Well, at least not in the last game, when Houston came back from three straight losses to win the NL West in a playoff