April 17, 1978 | Joe Jares
Bulgier than ever, Mickey Lolich returned from retirement and won the opener for the Padres
March 07, 1977 | Larry Keith
Like the crack of bats and the pop of balls against leather, the sounds of panting breaths and creaking bones have always been part of the spring-training ritual. What is new are the Kung Fu experts, the strength and...
September 13, 1976 | Kent Hannon
MET STARTING PITCHERS KOOSMAN, LOLICH, MATLACK AND SEAVER ARE THE BEST, BUT BECAUSE OF DINKY HITTING AND FIELDING, THEIR RECORDS DON'T SHOW IT
April 07, 1975 | Jim Kaplan
From Brooklyn to the Bronx you got the same story all winter: the Yanks can't miss. Hadn't they picked up 25-game winner Catfish Hunter, a bargain at $3 million? And wouldn't their other new sensation, Bobby Bonds,...
July 16, 1973 | John A. Meyers
It is always desirable, when dealing with a weighty story, to have a writer and photographer who are knowledgeable in the field and capable of establishing immediate rapport with the subjects to be interviewed. That...