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I've been saving this column for a rainy day. This spring the Giants had consecutive home rainouts for the first time since 1961, the Reds were rained out of batting practice for a full week, and the Red Sox have...
August 29, 1988 | Noel Hynd
"I have to admit that it's a big thrill to have a packed stadium cheering your every move," says Jerry Schwab. "It's fun to think back on what happened, to know that I did my part to get the San Francisco Giants into...
July 24, 1967
JOCKO, JACKIE AND TEDSirs:Jocko Conlan's story, Nobody Loves an Umpire (June 26 and July 3), is typical of someone trying to promote something. He spoke of an incident in Japan that is certainly a self-projecting...
June 26, 1967 | Jocko Conlan
This article is the first of a two-part series adapted from the book Jocko, written by the recently retired umpire, Jocko Conlan, with Robert Creamer. J. B. Lippincott Co. will publish it this month.
June 19, 1967
The 67th U.S. open is hold at historic Baltusrol. From there Alfred Wright reports what happened both on the course and behind the scenes in the battle for golf's top title.