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March 01, 1976
It was major league baseball's first interoffice picnic, a day out for the boys during which some of the game's biggest stars forgot about the reserve clause and Bowie Kuhn and had a jolly time playing like a bunch...
March 29, 1976 | Bill Christine
During one of the rare lulls in the 1975 World Series I turned to my neighbor in the Fenway Park press box, Stan Hochman of the Philadelphia Daily News, and asked what he thought his city's "most memorable moment" in...
July 26, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
September 13, 1976 | Daphne Hurford
It seems fitting that the Guinness folks would pick New York City's Empire State Building for their new World Records Exhibit Hall, because that oldtime skyscraper held the record as the world's tallest for 39 years....
April 25, 1977 | Edited by William Oscar Johnson
•Sal Bando, Milwaukee Brewer third baseman, observing that Vida Blue is one of two remaining members of the Old Guard with the Oakland A's: "We look upon Vida as a hostage."