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October 06, 1980 | Ron Fimrite
Tom Seaver was enjoying a postprandial Remy Martin with some friends at the bar of the Shamrock Hilton Hotel in Houston last Friday when he was approached by an urban cowboy. For all of his renown as a pitcher and as...
April 07, 1980 | Ron Fimrite
This may well be baseball's best-balanced division, which is to say it may well be the weakest. On every team a strength is countered by a flaw, so that a uniform mediocrity is achieved, the top club being scarcely...
March 26, 1979 | William Nack
Cincinnati is regrouping under its new maestro, John McNamara, but it is problematical if his aging band will march to the divisional title
September 19, 1977 | Larry Keith
The juicier ball is not explanation enough for the success Cincy's George Foster has had with his black bat. His strength and quickness may make him the second National Leaguer to have a 50-homer, 150-RBI season
July 25, 1977 | Edited by Douglas S. Looney
•Don Sutton, Dodger pitcher, told by Manager Tom Lasorda to "hang in there" after a loss to Cincinnati: "I've got to. I can't dance or sing, and we've already got a pitching coach."