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August 28, 1978 | Larry Keith
Rookie Manager Jim Fregosi has the California Angels knocking at the pearly gates in the AL West. After sweeping the Orioles, they trailed the Royals by .001
November 07, 1977 | Larry Keith
August 01, 1977 | Larry Keith
Although owner Gene Autry lavished millions of his dollars on free agents, the green promise of spring has now turned into a hellish summer for his band of Californians, the stumbling tumbleweeds of the American...
June 27, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
JOE RUDI: California's superb leftfielder went on the offense, raising his home-run output to 13 by twice hitting two in a game, increasing his RBIs to 53 by driving across 11 runs, batting .462 and scoring 10 times.
April 25, 1977
Sir:For those of us who were around when Hack Wilson played, Mark Kram's article (, April 11) is one of the best written, most poignant and most convincing ever to appear in your magazine.EMIL STECK JR.Pasadena, Calif.