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•Jack McKeon, San Diego Padres manager, describing an inning in which his team loaded the bases on a chopper to the first baseman and two bunts: "That was our short-yardage offense."
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Pitcher Roger Clemens led a sweep of the dread Yankees as Boston's fans had visions of (gulp) a pennant
September 24, 1984 | Henry Hecht
Red Sox stopper Bob Stanley, having an off-year (10 losses, 3.62 ERA), was booed when he entered a game last week. "I'm not afraid to say I'm scared out there," he said. "It's the first time in my career I was booed...
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April 12, 1982 | Steve Wulf
On the mound or in the salon, Joe Sambito of the Houston Astros leaves 'em high and dry almost every time