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It was another big-money year for baseball. Attendance climbed to a record 40-million-plus, and by attracting 3,347,845, the Dodgers became the first team to draw three million at home. In the bidding wars, 14 free...
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Although team owners have the loot to pay today's large salaries, can sports or the players afford them?
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July 10, 1978 | Kent Hannon
LARRY HISLE: Despite going 0 for 8 in a doubleheader, the Brewers' slugger hit .433, socked three home runs, scored 10 times and knocked in nine runs as Milwaukee passed the Orioles and Yankees in the AL East.
August 01, 1977 | Herman Weiskopf
LARRY HISLE: "He's baseball's MVP," said Angel Pitcher Nolan Ryan after the Twin outfielder beat him 3-2 with an RBI bunt single. Hisle also batted .389, hit two homers and raised his league-leading RBI total to 84.