October 29, 1973 | William Leggett
September 20, 1976 | Ron Fimrite
The stars are unsigned and unhappy, and the owner says he'd like to take a whack at DH, but despite such bizarre circumstances, Oakland is fast enough on the base paths to be making a serious late run at Kansas City
June 28, 1976 | Larry Keith
Jerry Kapstein, the 32-year-old attorney who represents more high-priced playing talent than any other agent in baseball, found himself in a most unusual situation last week: he agreed completely with Oakland's...
March 12, 1979 | Ron Fimrite
...and if master batsman Rod Carew can lead the Angels to a pennant, Palm Springs may name a street after him
November 07, 1977 | Larry Keith