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October 03, 1983 | William Nack
October 03, 1983 | Robert L. Miller
It could be said that Senior Writer Bill Nack started work on his story about the contrasting swan songs of Hall-of-Famers-to-be Johnny Bench and Carl Yastrzemski, beginning on page 46, back in 1975. On one of his...
August 01, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
Cincinnati's Johnny Bench and Boston's Carl Yastrzemski have taken opposite postures about the fanfare surrounding their impending retirements. Bench has consented to brief ball park ceremonies in his honor as he...
June 20, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
When this season ends, so will his playing days, Third Baseman Johnny Bench, 35, of the Reds announced last week. "I want to be remembered as the greatest catcher who ever played," said Bench, who hasn't caught...
May 16, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
JOHNNY BENCH: The Cincinnati third baseman was 11 for 21 (.524) with six runs batted in. One of his hits, a single to left off Philadelphia's Steve Carlton, was the 2,000th of his 16-year major league career.