June 25, 2001 | Jack McCallum
Coming to bat cold and chafing at their second-string status, pinch hitters often must make the most of one big swing
October 17, 1977 | Ron Fimrite
Considering all that had gone on in this strangest of all baseball playoffs, it was only fitting that the National League pennant should be won in a rainstorm by a California team before a record crowd that was not...
August 27, 2001 | Jamal Greene
St. Louis infielder Placido Polanco is a powerless, yet powerful, asset
December 24, 1973
In increasing numbers the ebullient athletes of the Caribbean are putting their own distinctive mark on sport. To baseball they have brought dash, to boxing passion, to horse racing daredeviltry. Since 1972 tiny...
October 04, 1982 | Jim Kaplan
Versatile Pedro Guerrero is producing numbing numbers for Los Angeles