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If you've been losing sleep nights wondering whether this year's baseballs really are livelier than those of years past, rest easy: you will find the answer in the story beginning on page 22. The man holding the...
June 06, 1977
Going, going...gone has been the flight pattern all spring, as big league batters tee off on the new baseball made by Rawlings. Larry Keith discloses the results of scientific tests undertaken to determine if the...
May 09, 1977
A laugher is what the Dodgers are threatening to make out of the race in the NL West. Led by record-setting slugger Ron Cey, Los Angeles lost only three times in April and opened a big lead. Larry Keith tells of a...
March 07, 1977
Strutting their stuffs after a nine-year prohibition are college basketball players. Be it Funk Dunk, Punk Dunk, Rock the Baby, Yo Yo or Double Dunk, the shot is turning on the crowds. Barry McDermott reports.
February 28, 1977
The rites of spring for baseball players begin with conditioning. Artist James McMullan depicts the moods of the camps—both laborious and relaxed—while Larry Keith reveals whether ballplayers really get in shape.