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May 25, 1970 | William Leggett
A single up the middle brought the Atlanta Braves' Henry Aaron his 3,000th hit and a mile-high milestone in a fabulous hitting career that after 16 years does not show the least sign of peaking
July 13, 1970 | William Leggett
Powered by home runs and juiced up with pitching, Cincinnati's Big Red Machine has been running through the National League West. The question is, can the machine hum in a brand-new stadium?
July 20, 1970 | Herman Weiskopf
Everybody in baseball has theories about the 'lively ball,' but what laboratory tests show is mostly a startling lack of consistency. One may be a rabbit but the next is apt to be a dud
August 10, 1970 | Roy Blount Jr.
Eyeing his slaphappy band of plucky Bucs across a generation gap, tobacco-chewing Danny Murtaugh agrees they deserve to have a style all their own. But please don't spit on the artificial turf
September 07, 1970 | Alfred Wright
Bud Harrelson does not exactly have blacksmith's arms, and he wears down to a twig in the dog days of summer. But he is holding New York together—almost—as it battles for its very life