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April 15, 1985 | Sandy Keenan
There has been an about-face on the Atlanta Braves coaching staff. Manager Joe Torre, big-time and polished, is out. Rookie Eddie Haas, small-town and stolid, is in. Pitching coach Bob Gibson, unapproachable and...
October 08, 1984 | Henry Hecht
Believe it or not, the Cubs' Ryne Sandberg isn't my choice for National League MVP (even though I'm rooting for Chicago to win the Series). Here are my choices for baseball's top awards:
September 24, 1984 | Henry Hecht
When the Braves unexpectedly won the National League West in 1982, Joe Torre, the new manager, was a genius. This year the Braves are tied for second, 8½ games behind the Padres, and guess who got stupid? Torre is...
August 27, 1984 | Compiled by GREG KELLY
BOXING—CHANG JUNG KOO of Korea retained his WBC light flyweight title by stopping Japan's Katsuo Tokashiki on a ninth-round TKO in Pohang, South Korea.
August 27, 1984 | Henry Hecht
Player-managers once abounded in the majors, but Cincinnati's Pete Rose is only the fifth in the last 25 years. Below, his most recent predecessors with their managerial records and individual batting averages: