April 22, 1968 | Peter Carry
It was a strange turnabout from baseball's earlier pattern of contributions toward racial equality. A team from Philadelphia had to convince the Dodgers to postpone their opener out of respect for the murdered Dr....
October 13, 1969
That newest of American sporting institutions, the major league baseball playoffs, was unveiled last week in Atlanta and Baltimore as a necessary prelude to that most honorable and ancient of American sporting...
June 22, 1970
March 15, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Jack Concannon, on the reaction he expects from the Chicago Bears' front office to his Fu Manchu mustache, long sideburns and collar-length hair: "They want us to play like Joe Namath but we can't look like him."
July 29, 1974 | Pat Jordan
Robin Yount, youngest player in the majors, has few shortcomings