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April 11, 2005 | Bill Syken
When Lou Gehrig gave his farewell speech in 1939, Shirley Povich covered it for The Washington Post. No surprise there: Povich, who wrote for the paper from 1924 until his death in 1998, attended many of the...
April 04, 2005 | Tom Verducci
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March 08, 2004 | Bill Scheft
Well, I guess this isn't surprising: Steinbrenner just signed Peter Jackson.
February 11, 2002 | Michael Bamberger
Jeff Julian had the time of his life playing in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am, even though he has been handed a death sentence
May 14, 2001 | Daniel G. Habib
For such an artful ballplayer, Lou Gehrig was a clumsy pitchman. During an appearance on Robert Ripley's Believe It Or Not radio program in the late 1930s, Gehrig, who had a $1,000 contract to endorse Huskies cereal,...