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December 25, 2006 | MARK BECHTEL
In 2006, as in every year, the sports world lost some of its most beloved athletes and superlative characters, from golfing great Byron Nelson and Negro leagues legend Buck O'Neil to pioneering broadcaster Curt Gowdy...
November 20, 2006 | Grant Wahl
THE FIRST time Johnny Sain's first wife saw him pitch in the majors, in 1946, he beat the Reds 5--1. But after the game she had a complaint; she had waved at Sain during the game, and he hadn't noticed. "I think of...
August 25, 1997 | John Walters
Sunday 8/24COLLEGE FOOTBALLSyracuse vs. WisconsinKickoff Classic aficionados will recall that the last time this game had a Big East versus Big Ten matchup—Boston College met Ohio State in 1995—the Big Ten school...
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...
May 16, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
The two most influential pitching coaches in the Atlanta organization—Bob Gibson, who works with the Braves, and Johnny Sain, who instructs the minor-leaguers—have theories as different as the fastball and changeup...