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Montreal is riding high, despite the majors' lowest payroll, Tons of runs, California's closer quandary
May 01, 1995 | Tom Verducci
In a division of also-rans, the Mariners again look as if they could run past the rest of the field to win their first title
August 08, 1994 | Edited by Franz Lidz and Richard O'Brien
Lee Smith, the $1.5 million-a-year reliever for the Baltimore Orioles, admitted he has been stockpiling autographed bats in his locker so he "can sell them during a strike."
June 17, 1991 | Edited by Steve Wulf
Lee Smith, St. Louis Cardinals reliever, explaining why he gained weight in the off-season: "I had my two-year-old counting sit-ups for me. He can count to 10, but he skips some of the numbers."
May 27, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
Lee Smith, St. Louis Cardinals reliever, on a pitch that Eric Davis hit for a home run: "It was a slider that didn't slide. Well, it slid once—off the facing of the upper deck."