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July 02, 1979 | Jim Kaplan
As the Yankees changed managers, the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Yanks' playmates in the last two World Series, went right on self-destructing with the same old people. Take a recent game at Dodger Stadium with the...
February 07, 1977 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Ken Brett, Chicago White Sox pitcher: "Things were so bad in Chicago last summer that by the fifth inning we were selling hot dogs to go."
June 07, 1976 | Herman Weiskopf
KEN BRETT: The White Sox lefthander, acquired from the Yankees two weeks ago, was within one out of a no-hitter when Jerry Remy of California scratched out an infield single. But Brett went on to triumph 1-0 in 11...
August 05, 1974 | Jim Kaplan
Pittsburgh ace Ken Brett talks toughly and carries a big stick
August 27, 1973
"You have no idea until you get out there behind the wheel what fun it is to hit somebody," crooned 48-year-old grandmother Ruth Fisher, former champion of the Allentown (Pa.) Demolition Fair Derby, women's division....