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Leaping, diving, stretching, throwing, they make the classic plays that take sure hits—and one's breath—away. Joe McNally photographed six of the game's slickest fielders
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April 15, 1985 | Steve Wulf
The top line of the eye chart—E—was also the bottom line for the Phillies in '84. They were the Whoops Kids. Four times they made five or six errors in one game, and in one of those, the losing run was balked home....
October 01, 1984 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•Whitey Herzog, St. Louis Cardinal manager, explaining why he prefers Mets pitching sensation Dwight Gooden over Phillie second baseman Juan Samuel, who's hitting .273, with 69 stolen bases, but has committed 33...
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...