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July 02, 2007 | Richard Hoffer
The secret's out: Players no longer pretend their teams are big, happy families
April 11, 2005 | Bill Syken
A fine biography of Lou Gehrig offers new insight into one of baseball's most curious, and tragic, heroes
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,...
August 02, 1993
Ripken's StreakYour article about Cal Ripken Jr. and his streak (Solitary Man, June 28) greatly disturbed me. The story underscores what is wrong with our country today: Nobody wants to work. Everyone says Ripken...
May 03, 1993 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
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