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July 21, 1975 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Earl Weaver, Baltimore Orioles' manager, asked whether an early-season beanball incident might cause bad blood between his club and the Yankees: "I think there should be bad blood between all clubs."
April 07, 1975 | William Leggett
The recent announcement out of Tampa that major league baseball had signed four-year contracts totaling $92.8 million with both ABC and NBC so far has caused more discussion in television executive suites than among...
October 28, 1974 | William Leggett
The more than 49 million viewers who tuned in each of the five World Series games on television saw nine outstanding performers: Rollie Fingers, Dick Green, Catfish Hunter, Joe Ferguson, Steve Garvey, Mike Marshall,...
September 10, 1973 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Joe Garagiola, sportscaster: "Everybody on the Cardinals used to fuss about Preacher Roe's spitball except Stan Musial. He'd say, 'What's the difference? I'll just hit the dry side of the ball.' "
April 30, 1973
Sirs:I have been a consistent follower of Earl Monroe since he entered the NBA in 1967 with the Baltimore Bullets. I must say that SI has been one of the few magazines to recognize that The Pearl back (, April 16)....