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As Chicago's Ron Cey will tell you, baseball can lift you up—and take you down. Turn the pages for a glimpse of the game that's off the wall, wrong side up, down and dirty, even glovely.
July 09, 1984 | Henry Hecht
Last season Boston's Tony Armas hit 36 homers and drove in 107 runs. He also batted .218. "Last year was embarrassing," says Armas, who's hitting .286 this year with 19 homers and 55 RBIs. "I'm not a .218 hitter."
June 25, 1984 | Henry Hecht
Baltimore leftfielder Gary Roenicke hit a grand slam home run with two out in the eighth inning against New York in Yankee Stadium on Sunday. The homer won a game for pitcher Mike Flanagan and $1 million for Anne M....
April 12, 1982 | Ron Fimrite
"The only person I recognize around here," says Ferguson Jenkins, a Cub pitcher for the first time since 1973, "is Yosh Kawano." How true. Kawano, who was the team's clubhouse man before Mrs. O'Leary owned a cow, is...