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April 12, 1982 | Philip G. Howlett
Suddenly last summer Senior Editor Larry Keith decided it was time to create some new statistics for relief pitching. "There's a plethora of batting data," Keith said to himself. "Teams now keep stats on things like...
January 18, 1982 | Edited by Gay Flood
SPORTSMAN (CONT.)Sir:When I received my copy of your Dec. 28-Jan. 4 issue and saw that you hadn't selected John McEnroe as Sportsman of the Year, I was initially dismayed. I intended to write a letter of protest, but...
May 11, 1981 | Philip G. Howlett
To his account in this issue of base-stealing Outfielder Tim Raines of the Expos (page 49), staff writer Jim Kaplan brought a genuine appreciation of speed. "In high school I was so slow my nickname was Snowshoes,"...
April 06, 1981
As baseball bows in, so does SI's special issue. In a hymn to the hot corner, Jim Kaplan salutes Mike Schmidt of Philadelphia and George Brett of Kansas City—MVPs and World Series heroes. Steve Wulf profiles...
September 22, 1980 | Jim Kaplan
OFFENSE: Iowa sophomore halfback Jeff Brown rushed for more yardage (176 to 136) than the entire Indiana team, caught five passes and set up a touchdown with a 55-yard run as the Hawkeyes defeated the Hoosiers 16-7.