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April 02, 1984 | Steve Wulf
Pete and Joe and Tony are gone now, but the spirits of the old Red Guard still haunt the Phillie clubhouse, which seems oddly quiet these days. In their place are Len Matuszek, Juan Samuel and John Wockenfuss. How...
February 27, 1984 | Jim Kaplan
October 24, 1983 | Ron Fimrite
Rick Dempsey, awash with celebratory champagne in the Oriole clubhouse, was talking on the phone to the President of the United States. After a few proper "yes sirs," the World Series' Most Valuable Player succumbed...
October 17, 1983 | Ron Fimrite
The first pitch Dodger lefthander Jerry Reuss threw to the Phillies' Gary Matthews last Saturday night in the fourth game of the National League Championship Series was a venomous fastball just below the knees that...
October 03, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
JOE MORGAN: The Phillies' second baseman batted .484 with 15 hits, six of them doubles, in 31 at bats, scored seven runs and drove in eight. He also had two home runs, both on his 40th birthday.