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DAN QUISENBERRY: The Kansas City reliever broke the 10-year-old big league record for saves in a season by increasing his total to 41 as he sewed up three wins with 3⅔ innings of shutout pitching.
September 01, 1983
L.A. Raiders 11-5San Diego 10-6Denver 9-7Seattle 6-10Kansas City 5-11
June 22, 1981 | Herm Weiskopf
AMOS OTIS: The Kansas City outfielder hit .529, drove across six runs, scored three times, slammed four doubles and two triples, and stole a base. His two-run double in the eighth inning broke a tie and beat Toronto 7-4.
May 11, 1981 | Compiled by N. BROOKS CLARK
PRO BASKETBALL—Houston and Kansas City, both of whom entered the playoffs with 40-42 regular-season records, ended their Western Conference Cinderella championship series with a comeback story. The Rockets, ahead...
October 06, 1980 | Bil Gilbert