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May 01, 1972
East is east and west is west, but eventually the twain will meet—in the Kentucky Derby, where the colts gather from around the land. Whitney Tower previews the big race.
April 10, 1972
Dick Williams, manager of the Oakland A's, would not discourage the other five teams from playing their 162 games, but lie is pretty certain how things will turn out in his division. "I like this ball club," he says...
August 30, 1971 | Joe Jares
In these expansive days of 600 major league baseball players on 24 teams, only the poor eyestrain victims who proofread box scores for The Sporting News can hope to keep track of everybody. Gus Fan no sooner gets it...
August 18, 1969 | Peter Carry
March 24, 1969 | William Leggett
When baseball decided to lower the pitching mound to help the hitters, the change seemed minor, but there were signs last week that it may have a major effect on the pastime